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Review: Guinness Rye Pale Ale and Antwerpen Stout

Guinness is back at it, with two new limited line extensions that further distance it from its best-known product. Both part of its skunkworks “Brewers Project,” the beers launched at the end of 2016. Guinness Rye Pale Ale – A… Continue reading ?

How Tesla Batteries Help Make Sierra Nevada Beer

The hop notes are pine and citrus, chased by toasted malt and a finish of lithium-ion. That's right, one of the iconic American pale ales is now officially produced with the help of advanced energy storage technology. Sierra Nevada Brewing...Show More Summary

Upslope Brewing Announces New Year-round Offering, Citra Pale Ale

The post, Upslope Brewing Announces New Year-round Offering, Citra Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Press Release Boulder, Colo. (Jan 16, 2017) — Over eight years ago, Upslope Brewing introduced its first offering, Upslope Pale Ale, to […] The post, Upslope Brewing Announces New Year-round Offering, Citra Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

Editorial – HopSlam or HypeSlam?

Bell’s Brewery first released their iconic 10% ABV HopSlam Ale Double India Pale Ale in the early 2000’s. Alot has changed in th… The post Editorial – HopSlam or HypeSlam? appeared first on thefullpint.com.

2016 Three Notch’d 10 Farmers Pale Ale

The post, 2016 Three Notch’d 10 Farmers Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. In 2014, Three Notch’d Brewing collected freshly picked hops from ten area hop farms, producing 10 Farmers Pale Ale. In 2015, the […] The post, 2016 Three Notch’d 10 Farmers Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

Start the year with a classic beer: Anchor Steam

What it is: Easy to overlook in a wave of India pale ales and bourbon barrel-aged stouts, Anchor Steam was first brewed in 1896 and first bottled in 1971, according to San Francisco's Anchor Brewing Co. Though many classic brands would follow — Anchor Liberty Ale, Anchor Porter and Anchor Christmas...

Full Sail Brewing Introduces IPApaya

(Hood River, Oregon) – Winter weather forecast for Hood River: unseasonably tropical. IPApaya Papaya India Pale Ale, the lates… The post Full Sail Brewing Introduces IPApaya appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Finally, A Beer Brewed Specifically For Drinking In The Shower Before Going Out

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

Shower Beer is a collaboration between Swedish creative firm SNASK and Stockholm based beer makers PangPang Brewery. Each small 18-centiliter (6-ounce) brown bottle contains a 10% ABV pale ale, and is made for drinking in the shower and getting ready before going out. Show More Summary

Review: Starr Hill Last Leaf and Basketcase

These seasonals are part of Starr Hill’s 2016 Fall Tour Pack along with Whiter Shade of Pale Ale and Northern Lights. Let’s sample the new brews. Starr Hill Last Leaf Maple Brown Ale – A brown ale brewed with real… Continue reading ...

Start Line Brewing Is Now Open in Hopkinton

So many running-inspired beers A new brewery in Hopkinton has hit the ground running, and its taps are now flowing with IPAs, pale ales, and stouts. Start Line Brewing unveiled its tasting room, located at Water Fresh Farm (151R Hayden...Show More Summary

Ska Brewing Dementia Is Being Released for The Winter

(Durango, CO) – Ska Brewing Dementia is setting in just in time for the holiday season. Ska aged their winter pale ale Euphoria in P… The post Ska Brewing Dementia Is Being Released for The Winter appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Stone Ripper – A Modern Pale Ale Starting out in CA Only

(Escondido, CA) – Stone Brewing has been challenged for the past few years to stay true to what has made them insanely popular… The post Stone Ripper – A Modern Pale Ale Starting out in CA Only appeared first on thefullpint.com.

From the Brewery to the Table, How One Pale Ale Pasta Is Made

BxB radiatore pasta is a collaboration between the Bronx Brewery and Sfoglini Pasta Shop

Would You Pay $56 For Five Potato Chips?

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Oh Gizmo!

Well that’s how much ‘S:t Eriks India Pale Ale’, a Swedish beer brand, is charging for what they’re calling “The World’s Most Exclusive Potato Chips”. Sold in a limited edition

Craft Breweries Are Finding Specialty Hops All Tapped Out

Henry VIII once called hops a "wicked and pernicious weed," but they're crucial to the production of most beers, especially when it comes to "hoppy" India Pale Ales, or IPAs. In fact, more than 4,000 brewers are battling for less than a dozen popular hop varieties "like a bunch...

Craft Brewers Are Battling a Hops Shortage

Hops: They're delightful. They give beer its bitter snap and create those lovely piney, citrusy aromas in your India pale ale. Unfortunately, farmers apparently can't produce enough of the little green flowers to keep up with the demand from the ever-growing number of American breweries. Show More Summary

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