Beer guide in St. Petersburg
The second largest city in Russia has long been a center of attraction for tourists. Everyone finds something different in St. Petersburg. Travelers from all over the world come to…

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How ancient torture inspires brewers to experiment creatively
Learning about the ancient method of torture called Scaphism, Billy Powell, the owner of the Long Island Nightmare Brewing Company, felt that he simply had to brew beer inspired by…

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“We are pleased to experience emotions in the process of collaboration”: an interview with Rewort Brewery
The Russian brewery Rewort is well known and represented in Belarus. This popularity is connected, among other things, with collaborations to which the team from Sergiev Posad has a special…

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Seafood & Beer Food Paring

When dishes with gills, fins, tentacles and shells are presented on the menu, most of us will prefer wine. Undoubtedly, white or less full-bodied red wine goes well with various seafood delicacies. With beer, it’s a bit more complicated, but the result will exceed all expectations. The style of beer you have never attached importance to can be a revelation in itself when served with a suitable seafood dish. Seafood cooks in an article in Food & Wine magazine offer some of their favorite mixes. Pivo.by publishes a translation of the material.

“It may surprise you at first glance. After all, the delicate taste of oysters may seem like a bad pair for a dark and rich stout. But try this combination and you will see how the fried, malt notes of the stout work wonders with salted oysters, ”says Jenn Grosskruger, chef at Ocean Prime in Philadelphia. He suggests trying out the Great Lakes Brewing Shuck IT Oyster Stout, and we recommend Pearl Jet from Marston’s Brewery. The salty aftertaste of beer is perfect for oysters. Continue reading

How the Estonian Põhjala Brewery Works
In October, Estonian brewery Põhjala announced the millionth bottle of beer produced since the beginning of the year. In winter, Põhjala opened a new factory with a production capacity of…

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Tasting: eight varieties of the Polish brewery Trzech Kumpli
At the recent Minsk Craft Beer Fest, the Polish brewery Trzech Kumpli successfully debuted in Belarus. A month later, the beer of this company appeared on open sale in Minsk.…

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Philip Vandenbruhle: “Belarus needs to develop local breweries. There will be no culture without them ”
It is no secret that the Belgian brewing school is one of the most respected. The Belgians, however, did not come to this immediately. There was a time when beer…

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How Home Brewers Created Their New York
Four years ago, John Hall invited me to perform at a beer festival that was once held by the now defunct All About Beer Magazine. One of the “speakers” was…

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