Almost the entire line of the Russian Pivot Point brewery has appeared on sale in Minsk bars and shops. Pivo.by conducted a tasting of thirteen varieties: from light and strong IPL to strong double IPA. The tasting commission consisted of five people that day, which greatly facilitated the process of consumption and allowed to receive an unbiased feedback.
The Russian Pivot Point brewery began its production activities in early 2019. During this time, the company produced 15 varieties, most of which will now be available in bars and shops in Minsk (and in the future in regional cities of Belarus). As a container for establishments, the company chose nice 0.5 liter cans. The unified design style makes it easy to highlight the brewery’s products on the loaded bar shelves.
We begin our acquaintance with the brewery with the Hop Dozer brand. IPL style beer was hopped by the vibrant Cascade and Citra. Pour beer into glasses. Continue reading
Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. Developed infrastructure, European standards of urban planning and a great history. All this intertwined in this city and formed its modern look. Due to its convenient location, Warsaw annually receives millions of tourists from all over the world. We continue our regular column “Beer Guide” and tell you about the most worthy beer establishments of the city of two banks.
For beer tourism in the capital, we recommend using the local resource ontap.pl, where in addition to working hours you can always find the current list of varieties on taps. We also advise you to remember the phrase “deska piw” – a tasting set of 3–6 varieties, which is served most often on a wooden plank. Continue reading
In the Finnish folk epos Kalevala, a rather detailed and colorful description of how beer appeared is given. So, during the creation of the world’s first beer, the heroine of the poem Osmotar experienced certain difficulties in starting the fermentation process, until the bee brought her the necessary fermenting ingredient. Hearing that Klaus Christensen, founder of Munkebo Mikrobryg and her main brewer, collected wild yeast carried by bees, I could not help but draw an analogy with this epic piece. This story tells how wild yeast was used to ferment beer.
In nature, yeast surrounds us everywhere. Most often they are concentrated in places that are a source of sugars, such as fruits, berries and tree bark. Therefore, collecting yeast with the help of bees makes sense, because bees prefer precisely those places where wild yeast is present. Continue reading