Sour and wild beer: what is the difference?
You may have heard the terms “sour ale” (sour ale, sour ale) and “wild ale” (wild ale, wild ale), often used interchangeably to refer to beer with a tart or…

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Opinion: what a brewer should be able to cook
In the section “Opinion”, which publishes reflections on the cornerstone issues of modern craft brewing, we asked several brewers to speak on what should be able to cook in 2019.…

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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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In the beer market of Belarus in the range of premium beer replenishment: Grolsch Premium Lager

Grolsch Premium Lager beer differs from other international lagers in its more complex and dense taste. Its main features are ingredients and cooking method. This is a beer with two varieties of hops – Magnum and Emerald, which are added at two different stages of brewing, and three varieties of Dutch malt. In production, a double mashing method of malt is used.

At the first sip of this beer you can feel a “crisp” refreshing taste, then fresh herbal notes, smooth and soft carbonation are revealed. Beer has a lasting sensation of hop bitterness in the aftertaste, which distinguishes it from other lagers on the market. The recommended temperature of use is 6–8 ° C. This beer goes well with barbecue, sushi, Asian dishes with chicken, hard cheese and savory foods, especially Dutch bitterballen (bitter balls). Continue reading

What are “natural flavors” in beer and what are they used for?

Surely in your favorite beer store you have often caught the eye of a bottle with the words “brewed with natural flavors.” What does this mean?

In fact, it can mean almost anything. But do not think that this post is from the series “You Won’t Believe What They Add to Your Beer”

I became interested in natural flavors because of the growing popularity of “craft beer,” which flourishes by adding a variety of ingredients of this kind. Blue Moon, America’s most popular beer, also contains natural flavors, as well as the Leinenkugel line of shandy beer cocktails, which in 2013 became the fastest growing segment of the beer market.

However, not only large manufacturers add natural flavorings to beer – they can also be found in beer from Sam Adams, Shipyard, Rogue and many other US breweries. Continue reading

Beer guide in Warsaw

 

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

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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In the beer market of Belarus in the range of premium beer replenishment: Grolsch Premium Lager
Grolsch Premium Lager beer differs from other international lagers in its more complex and dense taste. Its main features are ingredients and cooking method. This is a beer with two…

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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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16th Century Antwerp Pubs
Beer history researcher Rowel Mulder, in his blog Lost Beers, talks about the many pubs in Antwerp in the 16th century and the variety of beers and wines you could…

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