Monthly Archives: August 2012

September Promotion

September Promotion: We are very excited about our new mobile website designed for smartphones! We hope that it is making viewing BrewingReport.com on the go more convenient for our followers. To kick off our mobile site we are hosting a … Continue reading

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Utilizing Spent Grain…

Sustainable Uses of Spent Grain Spent grain, the leftover malt and adjuncts after the mash has extracted most of the sugars, proteins, and nutrients, can constitute as much as 85 percent of a brewery’s total by-product. Craft breweries all over … Continue reading

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Beer BBQ Sauce!!

Master the beer barbecue sauce Slather a seriously savory (and seriously easy) brew-based barbecue sauce on beef, chicken or pork. Use our basic recipe below, and change the beer according to what you grill. You’re grilling: beef  Pour in: a … Continue reading

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One More on Beer Ed….

Beer Appreciation Classes Take Over College Campuses Brewing and distillation courses: these are some classes you won’t want to skip While most university students are entrenched in the world of beer, they’re usually more skilled at drinking copious amounts of … Continue reading

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Mainstream Beer Education Begins!!

Rice University Offers a Beer Education Your Own College Probably Didn’t   Take beer “beyond the hedges” at Rice University. When you talk about getting educated on beer at college, I am going to assume that you mean learning about … Continue reading

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Very Cool Exhibit!

  Photo Gallery: Land Of 10,000 Beers ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – An awakening giant industry is making a strong first showing at the Minnesota State Fair. The Land of 10,000 Beers, an exhibit put on by the Minnesota Craft … Continue reading

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Ligero Brewing Emma IPA

We named this beer after our brilliantly, clever and endlessly talented web designer, because this beer is a lot like her. It commands a presence, it stands out from the rest, one drink and you want more. Style Information Recipe … Continue reading

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Pacifico? What Do You Think?

A Mexican Beer Rides a Social Media Wave Pacifico, a Pilsner-style Mexican beer popular among California surfers, is running its first major national advertising campaign as it broadens its distribution across the United States. A mural ad for Pacifico beer. … Continue reading

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Arizonians, This Sounds Like Fun!

Arizona has fine selection of craft beers Flagstaff Ale Trail shows off burgeoning brew scene Dehydration is always a danger when exploring Arizona trails, so it’s important to stop often to drink. Once you’ve had enough water, you will be … Continue reading

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Anheuser-Busch bringing Craft Beer to a store near you

Chicago’s Goose Island beers going national One of Chicago’s signature craft breweries will soon have a national audience. Goose Island brewery announced Friday it is expanding distribution of its Chicago-born beers to all 50 states by the end of November. … Continue reading

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A Word on Aging Beers….

On Tap: Aging beer 101   Dogfish HeadDogfish Head has many high alcohol beers that age well. Dogfish Head founder and owner Sam Calagione once said that the best way to age a beer is to take the bottle and … Continue reading

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Way to go Missouri !

    When the Circle 7 Ranch restaurant opens in the Ballwin Grove Plaza next month, it will deliver a first for Missouri beer-drinkers: Personal table taps that let diners draw their own brew. The owners of Circle 7 expect … Continue reading

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You Have to Respect This Guy…

Samuel Adams’ Jim Koch: America envy of world brewers.   Jim Koch, founder and chairman of The Boston Beer Company, began production of the Samuel Adams brew in his kitchen in 1984. Back then, he sold his Samuel Adams Boston … Continue reading

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Excellent Straight Forward Description of Gravity!!

Defining Gravity What is Gravity? You may have never heard the term gravity as it relates to brewing; you’re likely more accustomed to Newton’s version. That gravity’s cool too—it keeps beer in your glass and everything from spinning off into … Continue reading

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A Good Piece on the Subject of Esters…

The Poetry of Esters No matter how seriously you take craft beer, you’ve likely come to understand that it’s a cerebral beverage that can push your palate to places it has not gone before. To me and millions of others, … Continue reading

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