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1. The Hefeweizen Beer: Origin and Evolution over the Ages

Author: James M Category: Pairings Date: 2015-09-24 22:40:12
Hefeweizen craft beer is rated as one of the most popular beers in the world, and all for a very good reason. Hefeweizen is not just a name that sells because of the value of its trademark. Read more..

2. Lagunitas Brewing Company: A unique history

Author: James M Category: Pairings Date: 2015-08-09 18:32:55
If you're looking for a brewery that is known for unique interpretations of traditional beer styles, then Lagunitas Brewing Company will be something you will enjoy. The packaging includes descriptive text and stories that will entertain you and your friends about the history of Lagunitas brewing company in California. Read more..

3. The Sonoma County Beer Mecca

Author: James M Category: Travel Date: 2015-08-09 11:53:49
So your going wine tasting in Napa? Flying in from France to sample some extraordinary wine? why not taste some extraordinary beer while you're there. Sonoma county is home to some of the finest breweries in the Country. Read more..

4. Another Reason why Colorado is Such a Cool State

Author: James M Category: Travel Date: 2015-08-03 08:32:10
I don't think I've ever breathed air as fresh as Colorado's, and one visit to the Breckenridge brewery will make you want to call the place home.. Read more..

5. The 2015 U.S. Open Beer Championship

Author: James M Category: Pairings Date: 2015-08-03 08:31:59
I was an avid beer golfer in college, I should've stuck with it as I could of won a major.. Read more..

6. A Good Time to be a Hops and Barley Farmer

Author: James M Category: Travel Date: 2015-08-03 08:31:49
Fortune magazine examines one of the trickle down effects of the craft beer boom.. Read more..

7. What is an IPA and why is it so Popular?

Author: Category: Pairings Date: 2015-03-02 09:32:22
Indian Pale ale is one good example of beer made from hops (female flowers of the hop plant) within the wider category of the Pale Ales (PAs). The 1st time the word "Indian Pale Ale" was used was when it was advertised inside the magazine "Sydney Gazette & New South-Wales Advertiser" in the year 1829. Read more..