Monthly Archives: October 2012

Well Done Gary Fish of Deschutes Brewery

PORTLAND, Ore. – Deschutes Brewery founder and owner Gary Fish was awarded The Al and Pat Reser Civic Leadership Award Tuesday evening at the 2012 Governors’ Gold Awards ceremony at the Oregon Convention Center. The award recognizes one individual each … Continue reading

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Make it a good night

I’m one of those cooks that looks into the pantry not knowing what it is I want to make. What sounds good? What haven’t we had in a while? I love creating. Today I looked in and decided the ingredient … Continue reading

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Ligero Brewing Company’s, “Woofus”

                     We were going after a specific group  of people on this one. The party goers are mostly  fans of Tecate, Pacifico and …well you get the picture. So we wanted a nice smooth pale but of course couldn’t help … Continue reading

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The Surge of Hard Cider…

You’d Be Hard-Pressed to Find a Hotter Alcoholic Beverage Than Hard Cider   Hard cider has sometimes been portrayed as the old-fashioned “poor cousin to beer.” But unlike the uniformly sweet, fizzy ciders of the past, today’s alcoholic ciders can … Continue reading

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For Those of You In A Hurry…

BeerSci: How To Brew A Beer In A Week   A couple of days ago, one of the PopSci.com edit staff asked me if it was possible to brew a beer in time for election day. That’s related to one … Continue reading

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World’s Strongest Beer, Not Sure Why…

Scottish brewer unveils the world’s strongest beer Brewmeister Brewery has produced the world’s strongest beer with a 65 percent ABV. (Brewmeister) A Scottish brewery claims to have produced the world’s strongest beer,  Brewmeister’s Armageddon, with an alcohol by volume (ABV) … Continue reading

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Pairing Beer With food…

The Catch The most complicated aspect of this meal was that we did not have the ability to do a full taste test with both the food and the pool of considered craft beers. Seriously, we had to work on … Continue reading

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Craft Cider is Next?

Big Brewers Chase U.S. Cider Growth on Craft Beer Explosion Ralph Hugus, owner of Hugus Fruit Farm, loads crates of apples onto a trailer to be brought back for processing at the farm’s facility in Rushville, Ohio, on Sept. 11, … Continue reading

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Craft Beer in Royal Pint Cans, Very Cool!!!

Canned revolution: Dales Pale Ale now in royal pints. Oskar Blues Brewery Oskar Blues Brewery of Longmont Colorado has time and time again pushed the canned craft beer revolution to new heights and great success. A major leader in this … Continue reading

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We at BrewingReport are Big Fans of Stone Brewing…

Stone Brewing Tasting Room Now Open in Pasadena There’s quite a little beer vortex brewing in Old Town Pasadena right now. Yesterday, the Stone Brewing Co. team officially debuted a new tasting room and retail store next to La Grande … Continue reading

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Claire Winder. Lady Brewer

Claire Winder’s work at Saint Arnold Brewing Co. requires physical strength and a special wardrobe. Photo: James Nielsen / © Houston Chronicle 2012 When she was 13, Claire Winder‘s parents thought modeling school would help her overcome shyness. Last week, … Continue reading

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Grateful Dead, Dogfish Head Pair up

By Rolling Stone October 18, 2012 9:40 AM ET Courtesy of Dogfish Head Brewery The Grateful Dead have joined forces with the Milton, Deleware, microbrewery Dogfish Head to whip up a new brew called, what else, “American Beauty.” The new beer is … Continue reading

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Cheers to Scientists!

Researchers Map the Barley Genome to Improve Future of Beer There’s a lot of elements that go into brewing a beer but now, scientists believe they may have cracked the code to producing a better beer. Researchers just published the … Continue reading

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A Very Helpful Guide to Diagnosing Off Flavors….

The 10 most common beer defects. Take a whiff of your beer. If it smells of wet… This year was a record year, with more than 4,420 beers from 673 breweries in 48 of the 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., … Continue reading

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