Another week has passed and now you are resting on Sunday. Let’s be honest, however, you are thinking about your NFL fantasy draft and waiting for the next 2 weeks to pass so you can settle in and watch football for 12 hours. On to beer.
- If the internet loves anything, besides endless arguments and being pointlessly offended, it is a list. So, here is a list of what someone thinks are the 15 best craft beers in the US. It looks a lot like all the lists of the best beers in the US since they “scoured the internet” to come up with the list. Instead of actually drinking beer. In about a month, a group of judges will do a bunch of blind taste tests in Denver at the GABF and that will give us a real sense of the best beers in the US.
- This is an actual look at the issues new breweries and brewers face when trying to come up with a name for their breweries much less trying to find names for their beers.
- I understand the desire to eat organically produced foods. However, I worry that, as with food, the idea of organic will be used as a way to increase the price of beer out of the reach of many people who would and should be able to enjoy craft beer.
- The confusing Georgia beer law changes are not completely understood by the general public. I’m shocked.
- I started home brewing to learn more about beer. It is amazing how much I learned about how each ingredient and each step in the brewing process affects the taste of beer. Home brewing makes you consider everything that goes into the beer from the ingredients selected (it is amazing how different hops change the taste of a beer recipe), to chilling the wort before pitching the yeast, to the temperature you ferment the beer at. After my first brewing session a few years ago, the respect I have for brewers increased tenfold.