Monthly Archives: March 2013

Of Course Beer is Good For You!

Why Drinking Craft Beer Is Awesome For Your Health 0 As backyard BBQ and beer guzzling season fast approaches I’ve been doing a good bit of wondering about the effects of all that guzzling on my health.  Could the Guinness … Continue reading

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Hoppy Easter!

Have a Hoppy Easter: 10 top Southern California craft beers Steve Wagner, left, and Greg Koch are co-founders of Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido. California is leading a national craft beer explosion. It’s home to 12 of the nation’s 50 … Continue reading

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Red Trolly Clone

Style Information Recipe Type: Extract Category: American Amber Ale Grains & Extracts Name Amount Notes Extra Light Dry Extract 6 lb Caramel/ Crystal Malt 60L 12 oz Caramel/ Crystal Malt 80 L 12 oz caramel Pils 8 oz Hops Name … Continue reading

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Austin Homebrew’s, Doomsday Rebellion”

Ridiculous amount of hops, a full 20 oz!! This beer actually had 1 oz of oak chips in the recipe, which we decided it didn’t need, so we didn’t add them Continue reading

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Austin Homebrew Supply’s,”Raspberry Tart”

Watching the Raspberry Tart Boil work it’s magic. Awesome Day. Awesome friends. Style Information Recipe Type: Extract Category: Fruit Addition Beer: Pale Grains & Extracts Name Amount Notes Biscuit Malt 1/2 lb Steep for 60 min @ 160 degrees Acid … Continue reading

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Cool Growler….

wish you were here Mar 24, 2013 4:15 PM 28,008 61 Growler/Keg Combo Keeps Beer Cold and Carbonated, Thinks Of Everything Look, the majesty of nature is great and all, but camping would be a lot better if you had … Continue reading

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`swigs’ of home-brewed beer taken from gallon jugs stored in the house?” Laughable

Alabama last state to prohibit home brewing Godfrey said the bill is part of an Alabama trend over the last few years to make alcohol more available by approving alcohol sales in more towns, allowing Sunday sales in more cities, … Continue reading

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$5000 For The Chance to Pour at a Charity Event?

Craft beers in doubt at Taste of the Nation as Anheuser-InBev moves in Pourmouth: Leffe is one of the beers Anheuser Busch-InBev will pour at Taste of the Nation Boston, but the brewing giant’s deep pockets may price out smaller … Continue reading

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Not All Beer Geeks are Guys…

Report Says Increasing Number of Women Prefer Craft Beer Over Wine According to the Detroit Free Press, the men-know-beer/women-prefer-wine cliche no longer stands. Females are increasingly more inclined to choose a craft beer as their drink of choice. Craft beer … Continue reading

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Fact: Beer is good for you!

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No mention of Hops

Oldest existing beer to be copied Helsinki, March 27 — Five bottles of beer that had been well preserved for 170 years in a shipwreck will be reproduced and introduced to the market, reports Xinhua. The bottles of beer, believed … Continue reading

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We Knew This All Along….

Craft Brews Slowly Chipping Away At Big Beer’s Dominance   Craft beers for sale in Chicago. Craft beer has about a 6 percent market share in the U.S. beer market, which is dominated by Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors. America loves … Continue reading

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Sam Can design available for free to craft brewers

The Boston Beer Co. (NYSE: SAM) made a million-dollar investment in designing a high-tech can aimed at making drinking Sam Adams out of aluminum a pleasurable experience. But the South Boston-based company is hoping its flagship brand won’t be the … Continue reading

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Times a Changin’

Why Beer Marketers Don’t Spend Much on Joe Six-Pack Anymore Subpremium Suds Like Busch, Keystone Light Yield ‘Fast Nickels,’ But Advertising More-Expensive Brews Brings in “Slow Dimes’ With the beer market inundated by fruity flavored brews, pricey craft brands and … Continue reading

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$2 Billion in One State!!

Beer industry contributed $2 billion to Michigan economy in 2012, says trade group study      Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell, center, City Commissioner Ruth Kelly, right, and brewery owner Jackson Van Dyke in the background, toast Grand Rapids designation … Continue reading

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