Looking for an awesome way to make a little side-coin? Well, now may be the time to re-locate to London because Meantime Brewing Co. wants to pay you to drink.
It's hard to deny the size and economic impact of America's craft beer industry. In fact, the Brewers Association estimates that the 24.6 million barrels of craft beer brewed in the U.S. in 2016 contributed $23.5billion to the economy.
You'd be forgiven if you struggled to pinpoint the flavor profile of South Australia based brewer Mike Holden's "Shale Ale". Holden elaborates: "The beer definitely has a unique flavor to it, but it is not something that is off-putting or maybe something that people will not even recognize."
Have you ever thought about where yeast comes from? It's obviously an integral part of the beer brewing process. For Indiana based brewer Robert Caputo, the source of yeast proved to be a pain point. Caputo was eager to create a beer that was 100% Indianan. He had sourced malts, hops and water from Indiana with little issue, but was struggling to find yeasts native to the state. Enter his friend, Mathew Bochman.
It's a wonderful time of the year. Baseball is winding down, the NFL is off and running and the NBA and NHL are just about to start their 2017-2018 seasons. Sports fans have a lot to be happy about at this time of year. It would seem that beer companies have even more to celebrate.
House Bill 3287 was enacted in the State of Texas on June 15, 2017 and has caused a significant stir in the craft beer community. Growing breweries, and those considering opening their own businesses, are concerned that the new legislation could scare off potential investment. The reason? The bill requires all Texan based breweries who produce 225,000 barrels (5805718.09 gallons) of beer annually to pay a distributor to deliver their beer, even if it's to a taproom in the same facility.
Well, heres your chance to prove it. Did I mention that first prize is free beer for life? Now that I've got your attention, here are the details. Denver-based Wynkoop Brewing is looking for its Beer Drinker of the Year. But don't be fooled, the competition is a little more complex than the name may suggest.