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.
Battle of the Beers – OCTOBERFEST Week 2
Welcome to week two of my Octoberfest experiment! While I've never been to the real deal in Germany, Octoberfest seasonal brews are probably my favorite seasonal offerings of the year. Over the duration of September and into October, I am going to be trying many of the seasonal brews available in San Antonio, with the aim of crowning the best Octoberfest brew.
Brew News – The City Built on Beer
You've likely seen, in recent years, reports of the growing craft beer movement in the US having a tremendous impact on local economies. Small brewers are creating hubs of activity spurring economic growth, but on the other side of the world, beer is literally building cities. Or, should I say rebuilding.
Battle of the Beers – OCTOBERFEST Week 1
What's up y'all? Its early September which means it's almost Octoberfest! While I have never been, but would love to go, to a proper Bavarian Octoberfest celebration, I still enjoy the Octoberfest seasonal beers. To be honest, this is BY FAR my favorite time of the year from a seasonal beer perspective.
Brew News – This Week’s Highlights
Hey there everyone! Here's an overview of some of the beer-related news you may have missed in the last week. Beer proof kicks, for the good of beer, easier to get beer in georgia, recycled beer, beer protest, hurricane harvey.
Beer Review – Paulaner Hefe-Weizen
In 2016, Paulaner produced 1 million hectoliters (thats 26,417,205.2 gallons) of beer which is consumed in over80 countries. This translates to 211,337,641.6 pints of Paulaner consumed in one calendar year, which is fairly impressive in my eyes.
Beer Review – Spaten Premium Lager
Spaten Premium Lager's clear, light yellow color and hoppy aroma are fairly typical of European lagers. Upon opening the bottle, my first thought was to compare it to the smell of Italy's Peroni.