Here at weblogbeers we’re not big on extra work, but in the face of a pandemic, when we can’t visit our local pub, a baseball game or even go to a movie and get a soft pretzel and some beer cheese—I guess the best we can do is make our own with the recipe below!
Craft brewers are still growing and not just around the waist like most of us, according to the Brewers Association (BA)—the recent 2017 end-of-year data shows increased beer tourism driven by independent craft brewers with more than 6000 breweries in … Continue reading
Left Hand Brewing 4th annual Nitro Fest. America’s coolest nitro-exclusive beer festival returns November 11th.
Craftbeer.com has “crafted” a class that helps us beer drinkers talk like pros when it comes to barley, hops, water, and yeast and helps us make good decisions regarding our beer selections. Here at Weblogbeers, we spend a lot of time … Continue reading
Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. in St. Louis is starting a new research lab, inviting beer lovers to leave feedback that’ll be crucial in creating new releases.
Every day activities are enhanced by grains and hops eating out, hangin’ with friends, or even yard work. So when we saw the list below in a post by our friends at craftbeer.com on amusement destinations that have craft breweries near by it was like a light shown through the clouds and we heard singing. Continue reading
New Belgium Brewing one of our favorite brewers just brought out their summer seasonal Summer Helles. Now normally at Weblogbeers we wouldn’t get all excited about a seasonal especially a summer seasonal which in our opinion have been sketchy at … Continue reading