Jan 06, 2014
All beers are not created equal – this I swear by. Some beers are just naturally healthier for you, while others simply are not. Before you start feeling guilty about knocking a few back, remember that beer is packed with nutrients, like hops and barley. Healthy beer drinking is a matter of finding the right beer and drinking in moderation. Here are a few brews that pack a healthy punch.
Feb 03, 2014
We've all heard some good myths and urban legends about our favorite alcoholic beverage. However, in this blog post you will find four popular myths debunked.
Jan 31, 2014
Ladies, let’s be honest… Valentine’s Day is less than a month away, and if you’re anything like me, you have no idea what to get your man. Lucky for you, I’ve done some investigative research and come up with five great gifts for a beer lover.
Mar 22, 2017
Remember when you were young and you found something exciting, then fell in love? Suddenly a new object, shiny and different came along, you got distracted and moved on to a new love, then another and most likely a few more; but you loved them all. Well, sometimes it pays to go back and visit your old loves. Obviously, I am talking about beer.
Mar 15, 2017
Today’s craft beer scene is all about big, hoppy beers. While it may seem like hops are the main ingredient in craft beer, they are actually one of four essential ingredients, along with barley, yeast and water. However, in many American style beers, they tend to steal the spotlight.
Mar 08, 2017
With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, March is the perfect month to enjoy a warming stout beer. Most often made with roasted barley and malts, the word stout has evolved from being used to describe a strong beer to a synonym of dark beer. The deceiving dark coloring of stouts leaves many with the false impression that stouts are filling and high in alcohol content. Quite the opposite, however, many (but not all) stout beers are lower in alcohol by volume, lower in caloric value, and rarely leave the stout drinker feeling overly full.