Archive for January, 2009
Why do we drink the drinks we do the way we do?
Last week I took pictures while I brewed beer, and tweeted them on Twitter. Here’s what you missed.
Genetic engineering in beer and wine production
Back by popular demand, it's another episode of Inside Fermentarium!
It’s been all over the news. Beer alarmist headlines state beer will be gone in 30 years because of global warming. Is this true or did someone have too many pints before writing their article?
I get this question so often, I am settling it now. Canadian beer is not stronger than American beer.
If you’ve had a Guinness, Boddingtons’s, or Beamish Irish Stout you know the creamy feeling I’m talking about. But how do you get it in your homebrew?
If you can toss a ping pong ball into a cup and can stand cheap beer, this career option pays $50,000.
I get many questions about homebrewing beer and wine, as well as alcohol questions in general. I figured this is a good place to answer those questions so everyone can benefit.
How many drunk Irishmen does it take to crash an airplane?