Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sure, Why Not?

Beer made with actual moon dust debuts Lots of small hops for man mean one giant leap for brewing-kind. Delaware-based Dogfish Head brewery has introduced a beer made with actual moon dust. The beer, called “Celest-jewel-ale,” is made in conjunction … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Beer TV!!!

New craft beer TV show highlights San Diego The craft beer revolution returns to television with the Esquire Network’s new “Brew Dogs,” and the show’s crazy characters, stunts and sensationalism that cable TV demands are tempered by a strong focus … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Even in China….

Chinese embrace craft beer Locals exposed to specialty brews while abroad are finding native purveyors Traveling in China, you can expect to find great dumplings, homemade noodles and — craft beer? The days of Tsingtao or bust are over. Craft … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Ten Very Good Ones…

Top 10 craft beers With craft beers becoming more and more popular, it can be hard to find the right brew for you. Gayot has done some sudsy research so you can buy your next craft beer with confidence. Take … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Interesting Glass…

Ingenious glass allows you to drink two kinds of beer at once Impress your friends with this two-beers-at-once beer glass. (Or seriously depress them by making them worry that you’re obsessed with beer. And if you’re laying down $36.94 for … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Some Top Guns in Cans….

Picks for the top canned craft brews across the USA Bombshell Blonde, Southern Star Brewing Company: No craft brewer from Texas had ever messed with cans before Southern Star put this rich, creamy golden colored ale in one. 3Beans, Sixpoint … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

AH, a trip down memory lane…

Billy Carter: Beer Drinker, Book Lover Every United States president back to Harry S. Truman had at least one brother – Eisenhower had six! But Billy Carter, the only brother of President Jimmy Carter of Plains, Ga. was certainly the … Continue reading

Posted in Vicki's View | Leave a comment

Strawberry Rhubarb ale. MMM Fall is here!

New Glarus Brewing Co., 4 percent ABVWisconsin’s New Glarus brewery is world reknowned for its take on fruit beers such as Wisconsin Belgian Red Cherry Ale and Raspberry Tart. Last year’s poor cherry harvest led to a retooling of the … Continue reading

Posted in Bottles, Bars & Breweries | Leave a comment

Big Fans of Fernet, We Have to Try This One….

Odell Brewing Introduces Fernet Aged Porter   Fort Collins, CO. – In late September, Odell Brewing will release Fernet Aged Porter, a robust imperial porter aged in emptied Fernet barrels from Colorado distiller, Leopold Bros. “We have always been huge … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

Pretty Cool…

Brewbot Lets you Brew Craft Beers With Your Smartphone A new connected home brewing kit turns phones into command centers for DIY craft beer creation. The world of hobbyists home-brewing beer just got more techie. Cargo, a Northern Ireland-based company, … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

7-signs-that-the-craft-beer-craze-has-gone-totally-mainstream

From Hollywood to Costco to your state senator, everyone seems to want to be associated with craft beer lately. Here are a few indications that craft beer can no longer be classified as a niche category with limited appeal to … Continue reading

Posted in Vicki's View | Leave a comment

Stomach Yeast? WOW!

A tee-toting Texan has given a new meaning to the term ‘beer belly’ after being diagnosed with a rare medical condition that gets him drunk without touching a drop The 61-year-old suffers from auto-brewery syndrome, an unusual yeast infection that … Continue reading

Posted in Vicki's View | Leave a comment

Sour Saturday at BrewingReport

The Guys wanted to have a farewell to summer on the last day of summer, so we decided after brewing on Sat morning, we would have a Sour tasting event. so that is what we did! First up, Oude Gueze … Continue reading

Posted in Vicki's View | Leave a comment

We Can’t Believe This is Being Made An Issue….

NPR Asks: Why is Craft Brewing Such a White Thing? ‘For the most part, you’ve got a bunch of white guys with beards making beer’ Art Larrance of Portland, Oregon’s Cascade Brewing National Public Radio’s Alastair Bland asks why there … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment

This Would Be Very Bad…

Texas home-brewer diagnosed with rare condition A Texas man was diagnosed with a rare medical condition doctors said he developed from brewing his own beer. The 61-year-old was checked out at a North Texas hospital after complaining about dizziness. Nurses … Continue reading

Posted in Glenn's Pint of GFY | Leave a comment