Beer Style of the Month: Belgian Witbier

Origin: Belgium, 17th Century History: This 400-year-old Belgian beer style sort of died out in the 1950. Thankfully, it was later revived by Pierre Celis at Hoegaarden, and has grown steadily in popularity over time, both with modern craft brewers (your favorite local) and mass-market producers (Blue Moon) Appearance: Pale straw to noticeably light gold in … Read more

Draft Beer’s Dirty Little Secret

It’s happened to most of us. You stroll into a restaurant or tavern, cozy up to the bar, and order a draft beer. You’ve worked our butt off all day and can’t wait to take that first sip. The bartender serves up a sexy pint of suds. You raise your glass to your lips and then, right before the … Read more

Pink Boots Society – Celebrates Women in the Beer Industry

A collaboration hop blend simply means that multiple breweries use the same blend of hops in their beer, regardless of style. This creates a sense of solidarity among breweries and showcases the different beer styles that can be produced. The Pink Boots Society Collaboration Brew Day™ unifies chapters from all over the world. Over 200 … Read more

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