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When a brewer who cut his teeth on classic styles and learned the importance of repetition and quality is unleashed into a brand-new brewery where the only limitation is his imagination, good beer is bound to happen.
The Los Angeles brewer talks about his plan for modest growth, how he looks for inspiration beyond just Germany and the Czech Republic when it comes to pilsner, and shares his advice for creating a wild yeast culture that will develop over time.
We picked a few happening this winter and spring that will give you more than just another standard beer-drinking experience.
Finding the right blend of tea leaves can add a boost of flavor to your favorite mild beer. Learn more from Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co., including a recipe for their tea-infused English mild.
Alexandra Nowell, the brewmaster at Three Weavers in Los Angeles talks about what she learned as she worked her way up the brewing career ladder, especially an appreciation for ingredients.
The annual release of Old Fezziwig Ale, available only in the brewery’s Winter Classics Variety Pack, is something that many look forward to, but they often find that beer is the first gone from the party cooler, leaving them out in the cold.
From hops harvested at the Smithsonian to congressional staffers squaring off with their homebrew recipes, there’s been a lot of brewing action happening in the nation’s capital in the past few weeks.
It’s been three weeks since an internet post where issues of wages, beer service, and recipes were leveled against Trillium Brewing Co.
People make pilgrimages to the Suarez Family Brewery. There are no pints, only pours, and most of what’s on offer is below 6 percent ABV. Here it’s about taking it slow, appreciating nuance, and working with both tradition and the surrounding area.
Peter Bouckaert wants to reunite the original nine barrels that made up New Belgium’s first wood-aged program. He has two already but wants to know if you’ve seen the other seven.