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How a Teetotaler Unleashed America's Craft Brew Revolution

MaxyM/Shutterstock America's craft brew industry is booming. Domestically produced styles like India pale ale, American wheat beer and imperial stouts are so popular that they're even making an impact in strongholds of traditional brewing like Germany. Show More Summary

Old Bust Head Brewery Bust Head English Pale Ale

Along with a six pack of Old Bust Head’s Wildcat IPA that I purchased a while back, I also snagged a sixer of their Bust Head English Pale Ale. This was also a brew that I had sampled with mixed results at their grand opening. Again, I believe that experience was due to several beers […] The post Old Bust Head Brewery Bust Head English Pale Ale appeared first on The Barley Blog.

Saturday Evening In Section 201, Seat 9

I had three beers over the weekend. A Brooklyn Summer ale at the Hops Spot in Sackets Harbor, NY with lunch Saturday. A Saranac Pale Ale at the Chiefs - Paw Sox game that evening. A Syracuse Pale Ale at the Dinosaur BBQ with lunch the next day. Show More Summary

American IPAs, Ranked

3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The British invented India pale ale in the 18 th century, but despite having been born in one foreign country and named for another, IPA has evolved into a distinctly American art form. Excellent IPAs are now made all over the world, but America's unrivaled dedication to hops and bombast have effectively made this bitter, high-proof brew our national drink. Read more...

Epic Brewing Collaborates with Lauter Day Brewers on Brett Pale Ale

(Salt Lake City, UT) – The Annex by Epic Brewing announces the tapping of its first collaboration beer with the local homebre… The post Epic Brewing Collaborates with Lauter Day Brewers on Brett Pale Ale appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Full Tilt Brewing Releases 2014 Fully Tilted Baltimore Pale Ale Next Week

(Canton, Baltimore, Maryland ) – FULL TILT BREWING is set to release their newest offering and first of their “Fully Tilte… The post Full Tilt Brewing Releases 2014 Fully Tilted Baltimore Pale Ale Next Week appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Victory Brewing Company Introduces a Revolutionary New Series: Moving Parts – The Ever Evolving IPA

Press Release DOWNINGTOWN, PA, June 17, 2014 – Victory Brewing Company (Victory) is pleased to announce its new IPA series, Moving Parts. A celebration of hops, malt, yeast and the brewing process for in-demand India pale ales, Moving...Show More Summary

The Fort Collins Brewery Announces 1020 Pale Ale

Fort Collins, Colo. - The Fort Collins Brewery, along with Gravity 1020 Modern Tavern is excited to announce the newest addition … The post The Fort Collins Brewery Announces 1020 Pale Ale appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Full Sail Brewing Releases Ales For ALS Dry-Hopped Pale Ale

Hood River, OR - Full Sail Brewing is proud to be one of the 69 craft brewers across the country that has joined the Ales for ALS?… The post Full Sail Brewing Releases Ales For ALS Dry-Hopped Pale Ale appeared first on thefullpint.c...

New Belgium and Odell Brewing FOCOllaboration

FOCOllaboration is the first ever joint effort from New Belgium and Odell Brewing — both located in Fort Collins, CO. This 6.7% ABV and 55 IBU American Pale Ale is a combination of ingredients that each brewery is known for employing in their own individual products to great effect. Show More Summary

Review: Starr Hill Whiter Shade of Pale Ale, Soul Shine, and Little Red Roostarr

Three new brews from Starr Hill, arriving just in time for summer barbecues. Thoughts follow. Starr Hill Whiter Shade of Pale Ale White IPA – A hybrid of Belgian wheat beer and India Pale Ale, a bit like one of … Continue reading ?

Don't Panic, Daisy Cutter Fans

Fans of Half Acre’s Daisy Cutter in 16-ounce cans may want to ration their stashes of the popular West Coast style pale ale over the next couple weeks. [ more › ]

Fat Head’s Brewery Announces Trail Head Pale Ale Cans

It’s not about the destination, it’s about the experience – the adventure. Trees. Water. Sky. Air. Soak it up. Breathe… The post Fat Head’s Brewery Announces Trail Head Pale Ale Cans appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Grillin' and Chillin'.

Grillin' the usual veggies! And bbq tofu! My folks chillin' and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. Grilled peaches. So delicious. Finished veggies with mushrooms too. Sandwich. Cali Creamin' Vanilla Pale Ale by Mother Earth Brew C...

Friday beer: Cerveja Extra Tipo Pale Ale

Papa couldn’t tell us and it didn’t make no sense When the teacher told us we couldn’t talk no French no more. Do you hear me calling, do you understand? Once it is gone, it ain’t never coming back no more. Hé, mon cher garçon, Est-ce que tu me comprends?     - Zachardy Richard, “No French, […]

Data points: White trumps IPA

Shanken News Daily has a bunch of numbers about 2013 beer sales. Sometimes they use cases and sometimes barrels, but if my math is right then Blue Moon White continues to outsell Samuel Adams Boston Lager and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale put together, and by more than 20 percent. All Blue Moon brands sold 1.98 […]

Yakima Valley’s Craft Spirits, Great Wine, and An Award-Winning Pale Ale

2 months agoFood & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

On a beautiful, clear spring morning in Yakima Valley we headed west to Hackett Ranch in the Ahtanum Valley for a 10 a.m. breakfast of champions: craft-spirits and wine tasting. Apparently morning is the best time for tasting, as your palate is clean and free of a day's build-up of proteins.

AleSmith & Tony Gwynn Brew San Diego Pale Ale 394

(San Diego, California) - San Diego’s multiple award winning brewery, AleSmith Brewing Company, is set to launch the newest… The post AleSmith & Tony Gwynn Brew San Diego Pale Ale 394 appeared first on thefullpint.com.

“If there’s one thing I know about it’s beer”

The Wall Street Journal sent Geoff Dyer a bottle of El Segundo Brewing Company’s Blue House Citra Pale ale, and asked him to write about it. Because he’s Geoff Dyer, and there isn’t a topic (e.g. aircraft carriers, photography) on Earth that he can’t write about, he of course obliged.

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