Archive for March, 2008
I got a sneak preview of a new beer show called The Local Brew. In their pilot episode they highlighted one of my favorite breweries, the Stone Brewing Company.
You’ve heard all-grain brewing is cheaper than extract brewing. Is it true or is a myth?
Are you a beer or homebrew blogger struggling to find an audience? Look no further, because BrewPoll.com can give you an instant beer-loving audience.
We're starting a lambic tour around Belgium and beyond. The first stop is Oud Beersel Framboise.
Next time you are at a party, you can impress your friends with these odd beer facts!
Lloyd’s of London is known for insuring some strange things, this is no exception. Ilja Gort, the Dutch owner of Chateau de la Garde in Bordeaux, producer of Tulipe Wines got his nose insured.
The long awaited review of the Beer House Oktoberfest beer kit. Here is how the beer turned out.
In October of 1978, House Resolution 1377 (Senate Amendment 3534) passed into law the right for homeowners to brew 100 gallons of beer per person (200 per household). That means in America (“land of the free”) everyone can brew beer, right? Are you sure about your state laws?
You have heard that wine cures everything. Here’s the bad news.
You are not drinking wisely unless you are familiar with Shawn the Beer Philosopher.