Monthly Archives: March 2014

Like Mother, Like Son….

Mother, son team run Va. brewery This Thursday Feb. 27, 2014 photo shows mother and son Mary and Danny Wolf, who operate Wild Wolf Brewing Company, as they pose for a photo in their shop in Nellysford, Va. They opened … Continue reading

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Want To Stay Healthy? Drink Beer. Here Are 5 Health Benefits of Beer

Here is good news for alcohol lovers. As per some studies consuming beer in moderate quantity can help people in improving memory, concentration and also decreases the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The alcohol content in beer ranges from less … Continue reading

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Teabagger, the second coming

The Teabagger is back by popular demand. This is a great warm weather beer, should be around 5% ABV Continue reading

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Second Coming American Black Ale

We didn’t know what the original gravity might be, since we didn’t know how much sugars and protein were left in the grain. Continue reading

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Stout First Running

Tasted this beer today, it is 2 weeks old, uncarbonated. It is fantastic!! Not much in the nose, But very chocolatey. We will put gas on this today. Continue reading

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Cool Macro Beer Ownership Chart….

Infographic: What Beer Brands are Owned By Which Companies? I just came across a great article by Tom Philpott .   In a nutshell, Philpott lays out how 80% of the beer consumed in America is brewed by two corporate entities; SABMiller … Continue reading

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IPLs…….

Floral, citrusy India Pale Lagers blend two brave styles You’ve heard of IPA, no doubt. It’s quite likely your favorite style. Now the penchant for pungent hops profiles is leading some adventurous craft brewers to experiment with traditionally pale, Old … Continue reading

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There’s Something Beyond Corona?

South of the Border Brews Mexico’s craft beer scene heats up Those who haven’t traveled south of the border in the last decade may be unaware of a new movement brewing in Mexico—craft beer. “I think [the market] is still … Continue reading

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Something On Yeast…

A closer look at beer: yeast       Yeast is the true unsung hero of the brewing process; after all, without it, we wouldn’t have alcohol at all. Many of us are familiar with yeast in the baking world … Continue reading

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We Disagree With ” All Of A Sudden”

Sour Beer Is Suddenly All The Rage Founded in 1900, Belgium’s Cantillon Brewery is one of the world’s original lambic producers. Sour beers may have a long history, but they’re suddenly becoming a hot topic in the beer world. The … Continue reading

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We Love Female Brewers!!!

Female beer makers “unite” to make beer, celebrate women in the industry Some female beer brewers in the United Kingdom had a bloody brilliant idea: set aside one day when female brewers around the world make the same beer recipe, … Continue reading

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21 Out Of 23 Good Ones….

23 American beers to drink before you die There are at least infinity beers in this country of ours, and someone likes every single one of them. But unfortunately, infinity beers is too many for most people to try, so … Continue reading

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