Monthly Archives: October 2012

Way to go Samuel Adams !

Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream Program Provides Funding and Coaching for Small Businesses in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — The Boston Beer Company today announced that its Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream® program is … Continue reading

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We’re Not Sure Why You Would Want the World’s Srongest Beer…

Mind-Bending Brews   In the beer world, a well-known rule of thumb is that beer has less alcohol than wine and whiskey. But a handful of renegade brewers have decided to blow that out of the water with mind-bending brews … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Ale Match-Up…

After the summer ales have been finished off and the Oktoberfest beers disappear, another beer rules the shelves: pumpkin ale. In recent years, pumpkin ale has become a treat as loved as the season’s other favorite pumpkin staple, pumpkin pie. … Continue reading

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AHA’s Top 50….

America’s Best 50 Beers   The American Homebrewers Association has recently released their list of the top 50 American beers in their bi-monthly publication, Zymurgy.  The association asked readers to submit their top 20 favorite beers.  The sole condition was … Continue reading

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Carmalized Onion over Mashed Potatoes W/ Chicken

Cooler weather brings thoughts of comfort foods filling the house with hearty aromas. Nothing fills the air like Chicken Frying and Vidalia Onions stewing. Today I made this delicious dinner. I marinated  5 chicken breast overnight. To make  brine, combine: … Continue reading

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The Inland Empire is BrewingReport’s Backyard…

Andrew Johnson works the tap room Thursday at Dale Bros. Brewery in Upland. Photo Gallery: Inland Empire breweriesIn recent years, the specialty beer scene in Los Angeles has taken off and now the Inland Empire seems to be catching up. … Continue reading

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Five Solid Tips…

Beer Lesson: Five Things You Should Do to Become a Better Brewer How serious are you about homebrewing? We found one beer enthusiast who took his hobby to the next level— 26-year-old Andy Mitchell is a professional brewer with a mechanical engineering … Continue reading

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More Winners, Sam Adams Longshot!! Well Done, Gentlemen!!

Samuel Adams Announces Winners of the 2012 Samuel Adams LongShot American Homebrew Contest at GABF Samuel Adams is proud to announce that the annual quest for exceptional homebrews has yet again returned a wide spectrum of flavorful beers that continue … Continue reading

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Congratulations To 2012 GABF Winners!!

2010 Old Trainwreck Barleywine Silver Moon Brewing OR Aged Beer 2012 Bronze Lovely Cherry Baltic Porter Bend Brewing Co. OR Aged Beer 2012 Silver 2004 Triple Exultation Eel River Brewing Co. CA Aged Beer 2012 Gold Le Freak Green Flash … Continue reading

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Hop Infusion

We put a few simcoe flowers into the press and added our own Eastern PA Cream Ale, “Gwyndolyn”. We let the flavors infuse for about 10 min. Drank and enjoyed the aroma and flavor!!     Then, we put the … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Keg!

We saw this and thought it would make a great addition to your halloween festivites! Enjoy!   [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtVcZCaJmDc]

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More on Cans…

California’s Canned Beer Revolution Continues When it comes to lagers, ales and all sorts of craft beer wizardry, the snowy state of Colorado tends to lead the way. The state tops the nation in beer production per capita, spread out … Continue reading

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Brewing Equipment Shortage…

Beer Buzz: Equipment Crunch Here’s a worst-case scenario for the head of a new brewery: You have a killer location and construction is nearly complete. Word of an opening is buzzing around the neighborhood, and you’ve finalized the recipe for … Continue reading

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Top 10 States in Beer….

10 states that sell the most beer are surprising   Beer consumption in the U.S. has fallen for the third straight year, according to a report by the Beer Institute, a lobbying group. Since 2008, beer consumption has fallen as … Continue reading

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Master Cicerone Rich Higgins on GABF

Cicerones are the beer world’s version of sommeliers, and those who passed their certification tests become experts on beer storage and service, tasting and flavors, brewing ingredients and processes and pairing beer with food. There are three certification levels — … Continue reading

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