Jeff Allworth, in an article on his Beervana blog, parses a few ambiguous and lost beer styles from Germany. Pivo.by publishes a translation of the material.
In the last two to three years, breweries have begun to take a strategic approach to production. Instead of releasing pinpoint innovations, they create entire “lines” and release a release schedule for the year ahead. As a rule, they are more informative for the production team, distributors and retail partners. However, from time to time, something interesting appears in them. When the Zoiglhaus brewery published its calendar, it found a place for a new line of beer for the brewery – Heritage (in the image it is highlighted with a red arrow):
Some of these beer styles are better known than others. Lichtenheiner, for example, was mentioned in the Beer Bible: Continue reading
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 study culture, architecture, traditions, local cuisine and, of course, to see how the cradle of Russian craft beer has changed since 2013.
It is worth noting that the city is associated with many, including the culture of drinking. It is not for nothing that the Leningrad group suggested in a song of the same name to come to St. Petersburg in order to enjoy plenty of alcohol. With this article, we open our section “Beer Guide”, in which we will advise the best beer houses and not only establishments.
We suggest starting your “trip” with the BeerGeek Bar & Store (2/45 Rubinstein St.). This is a cozy daredevil in the city center, which is located in a typical St. Petersburg courtyard, away from noisy streets. 12 taps from the best Russian and foreign breweries and about 300 varieties in bottles and cans. Continue reading