This month was very exciting for me! I had my first beer article go to print! It was for a small local magazine about Stockton, and while… Read more “Beer Up Your Life Goes to Print!”
October was a month of good fortune when it comes to beer for K and I. We were lucky to visit Sierra Nevada for their Single, Fresh,… Read more “My October Favorites”
Our wonderful New Belgium Brewing rep surprised us (K and I) with a case of this year’s Le Terroir, to sell at our craft beer bar. This… Read more “Le Terroir 2013”
I just had to share a photo from this week’s bottle share with my friend Pete, and Dale. I could go into how amazing each beer was… Read more “Bottle Share”
I am a huge fan of New Belgium’s innovative craft series, Lips of Faith. I’m always stoked and excited for new releases, collaborations, and intrigued by their… Read more “Strangest Beer of 2013”
Read the article here. This is a repost from AllAboutBeer.com…WHO DOESN’T WANT TO DRINK A BEER FROM THE GENIUS WHO BROUGHT US SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE AND BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS?!… Read more “Wynkoop Brews Kurt Vonnegut Beer”
This is a repost from drinks.seriouseats.com, with a great analysis about what’s in store for craft brewing in 2013. While we’re already in April (can you believe it?), I’ve noticed some of these already, especially CANS. More and more we’re seeing canned craft beers, and I don’t think this is merely a fad. I’ll never forget being handed my first Big Swell IPA from Maui Brewing, or drinking my first Dale’s Pale Ale from Oskar Blues or the sweet Hell or High Watermelon from 21st Amendment. These craft brewers only focus on canning, unlike many other major brewers, who are now also canning their beers. Such as New Belgium, and Flying Dog (who I just recently posted about).
Take note of the trends, and get excited! 2013 is going great for craft brewing, and it’s only going to get better!