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.
This issue covers the difficulties of making it as a craft brewer, why IGAs are the best (@vinepair), the incredible story of Martinelli’s, and a piece by @boakandbailey which shares the changing state of local pubs in Bristol.
More from my trip in Athens, including the beers we drank and pubs we visited!
In this issue, we’ve got news on New Belgium, @brewerstats breaks down the 2019 GABF winners, @beervana asks who really came up with ‘juicy’, and @thebeernut asks who is to blame for America calling all weissbiers hefeweizen.
In the latest issue, we highlight the AB-InBev acquisition of Craft Brew Alliance, NPR looks into whether beer is good for post-workout rehydration, @chrishall questions if the UK beer scene is mature, and @beervana gives us some insight on caramel malts.
I’m behind a day, but I assure you, it’s worth the wait. There’s a lot of great reads in here from @goodbeerhunting, @BoakandBailey, @shinybiscuit, @vinepair, @belgiansmaak and @boss_barista, as well as a link to my most recent blog post.
Where I discuss why pairing coffee and beer makes total sense, and all the tasty libations I was able to drink.
Italy cultivates over 500 varieties of grape, but only 20 hop varieties. In the quest to make “authentically Italian” beer, some brewers are getting creative, and incorporating grapes into their beer. And Italian Grape Ales are amazing.