In this issue, @beervana asks “What is beer, anyway?”, I use a recent Telegraph rant to weigh in on kids in pubs, scientists use radiocarbon dating to identify fraudulent whiskies, and @sidewalksafari shares a great day-trip itinerary for Dublin.
In this issue, we talk about various movements from Big Beer, discuss Scotland’s love affair with haggis & Burns Night, I do a rant on stupid tax policies & high ABV beers in Ireland (with a little help from Twitter), and I discuss the death of privacy. Happy Friday, everybody!
In this issue, we’ve got a whole bunch from Vinepair (they had some great content this week), @beervana, an announcement of @beerwithnat ‘s new book, an Irish beer law history lesson from @beerfoodtravel, and scratch-and-sniff weed wallpaper.
In this issue, we’ve got some great bits from Vinepair, a bunch of interesting stuff on the rise of voluntary teetotaling by Millennials and Gen-Z, an American Scientist piece on the importance of barley, and @aodespair railing about the insidious practice of packaging TV and film content.
In this issue, we’ve got some great bits from @taranurin on Puerto Rico’s growing craft beer scene, quite a lot of stuff about coffee trends, @beervana’s review of the decade in beer, and a little rant about why California’s AB5 will be a prime example of the law of unintended consequences. I also wrote a piece on the long-awaited opening of Brewdog Outpost Dublin.
In this week’s issue, we cover how genetically-engineered yeast might help prevent stale beer, why craft breweries should be worried about distributor consolidation and not craft seltzer, @ATJbeer’s love letter to Orval, and the definitive answer to who produces the best coffee in the world.