You’ve finally come out of the closet and have admitted that you are beer-curious. Or maybe you, a committed beer lover, know someone who is interested in dabbling in the wonderful world of craft beer. Here are a few pointers to make sure you (or your beer-curious friends) get on the right track: 1. Seek [...]
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It’s not every day you get to sample Belgian beers straight from the home country in the presence of one of the leading beer importers in the country. But thanks to Belmont Station, one of the oldest and most respected beer bottle shops in the country, a bunch of folks got to do just that [...]
What’s in your beer? Hops, malted barley, yeast and water. But what how does water contribute to beer? “Glass” is in session, so find out here.
What to cellar, how to cellar it, and what happens when a beer writer has too many beers in her own cellar.
Let’s face it: Most beers are designed for immediate gratification. They are meant to be enjoyed as soon as possible; the fresher they are, the better they will taste. One of the best examples I ever received on that loosely framed “beer rule” came one day when Portland Brewing’s founder, Fred Bowman, invited me to [...]