Beer fans from the US, and many around the world, are likely well aware of Stone Brewing’s reputation for making tremendous beer. For many years now, Stone has been one of the most highly rated and ubiquitous breweries in the nation. When I recently saw the launch of their Tiki Escape IPA and a corresponding... Continue Reading →
While the current situation is stressful, the response by the craft beer community has been heartening. Seeing breweries and beer snobs alike leap to action to help those in the community who are adversely impacted has been a great thing to see. One such example is the Help Now Variety 12 pack, sold by Tupps Brewery of McKinney, TX.
It's almost here! The first annual Master of Marzen Bracket will be kicking off this weekend. The bracket will be finalized and the first round of reviews will begin this Sunday, As of the time of writing, there are 23 entrants in the bracket, with a few more en route. The entrants have been seeded... Continue Reading →
Only two weeks remain until the start of the Master of Marzen. If you haven't read my last post about the bracket, explaining the concept and rules, check it out now. Entered BreweriesThe amount of support I've received from breweries has been great! As of today I have received beer from 10 breweries and expect... Continue Reading →
Hey there beer people! It's been quite a while since my last post here. I've been very active with my (pretty much) daily Instagram beer reviews but have not given this website the love it deserves. That said, I'm back with some big news. I am announcing my First Annual Master of Marzen bracket to... Continue Reading →
Well, didn't this beer just burst onto the scene? If you've been active in the craft beer online community in recent months, you've almost certainly come across the vibrant, psychedelic bottle and the pink hued craft beer.
While China and beer aren't exactly synonymous, it has been brewed domestically since the turn of the 20th century. According to a recent article by the Washington Post, China accounts for one quarter of the annual worldwide beer consumption. And while brands like Tsingtao and Snow (once described as "a forgettable pale lager that doesn’t... Continue Reading →
Here in America, we're living through some fairly rocky political times. It seems that the vast majority of the country struggles to agree on anything. Party politics aside, and in no way looking to cause controversy, it's about time we got some objectively good news from D.C.
Well, beer drinkers rejoice. Recent news states that Senate Republicans are pushing a bill that would, theoretically, make your (domestic) beer cheaper.
One of the great things about visiting new cities is trying new, regional beer. On a business trip to Atlanta, I jumped at the chance to try a handful of beers I can't find in my native Texas.
On one evening, looking for food and drink within walking distance of my downtown Atlanta hotel, I stumbled on the listing for Max Lager's Wood Fired-Grill and Brewery. As it was generally well reviewed, and seemed reasonably priced for a downtown establishment, I figured I'd give it a try.