We spoke to the Vermont couple selling 3,000 jars of “Beer Jelly” a week, a spreadable jam made with stouts and pale ales from local breweries.
If we thought it couldn’t get any more breakfast-y for beer lovers after the creation of Count Chocula beer and HefeWheaties, then we were wrong. Because, apparently, there’s also now a sudsy beverage celebrating everyone’s love for Pop Tarts. San Francisco brewer 21st Amendment has taken on the breakfast craze with Toaster Pastry, an Indian Red Ale that serves … [More]
There are dozens upon dozens of different styles of beer out there, from pale ales to stouts to bocks. With so many styles of beer — and so many exceptions to the rules — it's incredibly difficult (not to mention time-consuming) to get to know them all. Show More Summary
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Thursday, Aug. 6, is IPA Day, and you can celebrate this year with a unique pint from MacLeod's Ale Company that draws attention to the often misunderstood history of the India Pale Ale.
The Australian surfing great Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew has been immortalised in the way Australians know best — with beer. In a portrait titled "The Next Wave," renowned watercolour artist Grant Molony captured the unique characterShow More Summary
It’s our second look at Scotland-based Innis & Gunn‘s beers, with two new oak-aged offerings (as all I&G beers are made) hitting the shelves now. The first is a seasonal brew, the second is a special edition that comes in a… Continue reading ? The post Review: Innis & Gunn Rare Oak Pale Ale and Highland Ale appeared first on Drinkhacker.
A look into the one off, blood orange juice, pale-ish ale by Lagunitas. [ more › ]
Newcastle is back and continuing its Collaboration Edition series of limited releases with two new brews made in collaboration with Edinburgh’s Caledonian Brewery — updates on the pale ale/IPA recipe. Newcastle Collaboration EditionShow More Summary
The Brewer’s Backyard returns tomorrow with Lester P. Beerson Day. On this celebration of Canada Day we’ll be welcoming the tasty beers from Great Lakes (pouring Canuck Pale Ale, Limp Puppet Session IPA, Pompous Ass English Pale AleShow More Summary
(Everett, MA) – This Wednesday, Night Shift Brewing‘s flagship pale ale, Whirlpool, upgrades to new 16oz printed … The post Night Shift Brewing Puts Whirlpool Pale Ale In Cans Tomorrow appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Expect a smooth, creamy brew that tastes more like a pale ale.
Are you one of the weirdoes, poseurs, or stout-humpers who claims to be tired of India pale ale? If so, congratulations on being cool and condolences on being screwed, because IPAs are never going away. According to data released yesterday...Show More Summary
(Cape May, NJ) – At 8:00 a.m. this Sunday, June 14, a record 1,700 athletes will leap 12-feet into the Delaware Bay from the … The post Triathlon Sponsor Cape May Brewing Company Releases ‘Escape the Cape’ Pale Ale appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Mavericks is a famous surf spot off the coast of Half Moon Bay, California, where these three beers — available exclusively in cans — are made. We tried them all. Thoughts follow. Mavericks Rye Pale Ale – Mavericks sent two… Continue reading ? The post Review: Beers of Mavericks (Half Moon Bay Brewing Co.) appeared first on Drinkhacker.
(Fort Collins, CO.) – On May 12, 2015 La Cumbre Brewing Company and Odell Brewing Company teamed up to make a special collaboratio… The post Odell & La Cumbre Brewing Paradisal Pale Ale – Albuquerque Beer Week Collab appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Forbidden Root releases flowery beer while encouraging volunteer work with their Charity Works Program. [ more › ]
Lightly sweet and bitter -- these are the initial flavors imparted by Glazed and Infused’s IPDoughnut (India pale doughnut). The limited edition confection is being offered in conjunction with Chicago Craft Beer Week, and they’re selling out quickly.
Despite all the breath chumps like me expend talking about sours and pilsners and whatever else we’ve decided is cool on any given day, India pale ales are still the best-selling category of craft beer. Sometimes it’s hard to think of...Show More Summary