Kempt Staff Today’s must-reads from around the Internet. Footwear continues to be a pressing issue on the GOP campaign trail, the enduring cult of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Pharrell is now a co-owner of G-Star and…
Didn't think you could find a good gluten-free IPA? Think again. Until very recently, if one happened to be intolerant to gluten or battling celiac disease, drinking a nice tall pint of hoppy India pale ale was out of the question. Of course, gluten-free beers have been available for years. Show More Summary
(Portland, OR) – Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) today announced the February release of its award-winning seasonal beer Ris… The post Hopworks Urban Brewery Rise Up Red India Pale Ale Returns appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Two pints of Machine House Brewery's smoked orange pale ale at Jack's BBQ in Sodo. AG Winter in Seattle makes me want to drink. I know I'm not alone in this—the interminable darkness, rain, gloom, etc., gets to many people. As I've gotten older though (and especially since having a kid), I've dialed back on the drinking. Show More Summary
(Salt Lake City, UT) — Uinta Brewing Company’s flagship Pale Ale, historically known as Cutthroat, is set to test the wate… The post Uinta Brewing Pale Ale Hits National Distribution appeared first on thefullpint.com.
See if you can guess where Bronx Brewery is based. Not sure? Check out their website, then consider these two offerings from the company’s collection of (all canned) beers. Bronx Brewery Belgian Style Pale Ale – A bit musty and… Continue reading ? The post Review: Bronx Brewery Belgian Style Pale Ale and Rye Ale appeared first on Drinkhacker.
The oatmeal pale ale is a collaboration between Denver and Indianapolis breweries.
Newcastle, in another collaboration with Caledonian, keeps hacking away at the IPA-brown ale hybrid. This time it’s a Foreign Extra, which means more hops, more alcohol, and more of pretty much everything. As with the prior experiments, this one comes… Continue reading ? The post Review: Newcastle Foreign Extra India Pale Ale appeared first on Drinkhacker.
From reporter Amanda Peacher, here's a photo of the "supply room" at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. At least these scary armed militants didn't forget the beer -- a lovely Mirror Pond Pale Ale with a tawny color and delicious hop-forward aroma. And is that a Karaoke machine? But if they're really going to hole up there for "years" as they said, they might need some more Doritos.
Cerveza Zenith brewery in the Peruvian Andes battles an altitude of 11,150 feet above sea level to produce its pale ales and porters. “Altitude is obviously an issue. No one is 100 percent sure on the rules,” says owner Zac Lanham.
Enough's enough, guys. Always at the forefront of American stunt brewing, Dogfish Head says it has concocted an India pale ale that clocks in at an insane 658 IBUs, making it the "hoppiest beer ever documented." For quick context, the...Show More Summary
(New York, NY) – The Bronx Brewery, New York City-based maker of exceptional pale ales, has released its newest limited ed… The post The Bronx Brewery Releases Limited Edition Pale Ale, ‘On The Black’ appeared first on thefullpint.c...
The post, Flying Dog Belgian Style Pale Ale and Cookie Pairing, first appeared on The Barley Blog. About this time last year, Flying Dog Brewing released an awesome beer and cookie pairing in collaboration with Otterbein’s Bakery. I’ve...Show More Summary
The post, Three Notch’d 10 Farmers Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. In 2014 Three Notch’d Brewing released their first offering in bottle — a wet hopped ale called 10 Farmers — that utilized only Virginia grown Cascade hops from, you guessed it, 10 hop farms. Show More Summary
More consumers -- especially millennials -- use the Internet's array of rating websites and apps to judge the quality of everything from India pale ales (Untapped) to Cohen Brothers' films (rottentomatoes.com). The latter has become a powerful influencer in the $40 billion dollar global movie industry. Show More Summary
Three classic seasonal releases from Deschutes — all highly anticipated fall/winter offerings — are here. Let’s dive in! Deschutes Brewery Hop Trip Pale Ale (2015) – Juicy and quaffable, a nicely hoppy nuber with ample citrus backing it up. Show More Summary
The post, Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Green Flash labels this beer as a pale ale, but it’s heavy hopping with Warrior, Cascade and El Dorado hop varieties puts it firmly in IPA land. 30th Street...Show More Summary
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — At first, Jon Turner was just a software guy who really liked to brew beer. He cooked up two batches a week in his kitchen and kept his hard-drinking friends well supplied. He once brewed one pale ale over and over for a year to get it just right. In 2011, […]
There's a new beer style in town, and it's from Vermont. In stubborn defiance of American drinkers’ longstanding penchant for bland beer, hop-forward, increasingly bitter India Pale Ales are crowding the modern craft beer scene. For nearly a decade now, IPAs have represented the fastest growing sector of an already booming industry. Show More Summary
Knock back an official cold one with Black Ops 3 on launch night.