When a company is nice enough to send you free beer you have to review it, right? Then a review of Newcastle Summer Ale it is.
The Founders Better Half utterly defeats Brother Barley.
Kid Carboy souses his way through Chicago Craft Beer Week’s Mash Tun Festival.
Brother Barley visits the Aleheads’ Mecca…Portland, Oregon.
Revolution Brewing is opening a brand new location on Chicago’s northwest-ish side at 3340 N. Kedzie Avenue. Tickets to the grand opening event, May 25, are sold out. If you have one, I’m jealous.
The newest Alehead weighs in on the bottle vs. can debate and how Woodchuck is joining the game. Also a little blip about CCBW…
Hell freezes over. Pigs fly. Bombers are now legal in Alabama. Hallelujah.
Kid Carboy tastes what he deems “Belgian quad meets imperial stout.”
Slouch has Some Reservations about cooking with beer.
Guest Poster Andrew reveals the best summer beer styles.
Brother Barley descends into the mouth of madness with Rogue’s Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale.
Kid Carboy examines the Chicago Craft Beer lineup and cherry-picks the best upcoming events for your convenience.
Received this email from Doc just now… if you’re in the nation’s capitol, go buy him a beer (or at least a 4-ounce pour). In related news, tell us what you’re drinking tonight. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ From: Ripped Van Drinkale To: Everyone Is it wrong to hang out at Church Key in DC all by yourself while […]
Kid Carboy interviews the founders of Chicago’s new Arcade Brewery, lovers of comics, crowdsourcing and videogames.
Oskar Blues joins New Belgium and Sierra Nevada in North Carolina.
An über-beer geek and writer is looking to raise funds for a 30-BBL brewhouse in San Diego? Yeah, that’s somebody I need to talk to… Jacob McKean is in the midst of fundraising for Modern Times Beer and we talk about his experiences working as a social media specialist at Stone Brewing, his Beerpulse Op-ed piece, bringing on famed homebrew blogger the Mad Fermantationist as a consultant, their projected beer line-up (including a homage to Nugget Nectar), and much more.
If you’ve thought about taking your homebrew hobby to the next level, listen to this and understand what you’re getting into.
Beerford reviews Laurelwood Brewing’s Green Mammoth Organic Imperial IPA