Bier Garden Girl of August
August 1, 2010 – 10:27 AM | Comments Off on Bier Garden Girl of August

Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Live from Bonnaroo
June 18, 2010 – 2:43 PM | Comments Off on Live from Bonnaroo
Live from Bonnaroo

Bonnaroo is a lot to take in. All there is to experience can certainly take a toll on a person. Thankfully, there were plenty of food and beverage vendors scattered all over the venue. However, the best and most refreshing way to (legally) wind down and relax at Bonnaroo was in the festival’s unique Broo’ers Tent.

Bluegrass Brewing Company
May 1, 2010 – 11:17 AM | No Comment
Bluegrass Brewing Company

As you walk around eastern Lousville and you turn onto 4th Street, something unexpected hits your eye. Neon lights fill the scene from the ground to the skyline and a giant neon guitar flashes “Fourth Street Live!” as music can be heard flowing out the open bar doors on a warm Spring night.

Brown Ales
January 13, 2010 – 11:39 AM | One Comment

Brown Ales have been a staple part of British brewing traditions for nearly 300 years. In order to be considered a brown ale, a beer needs to be brewed with a combination of various types of brown malts. Most modern brown ales are brewed primarily with caramel malts and chocolate malts.

Dunkel Lager
January 9, 2010 – 4:39 PM | No Comment

Dunkel lagers are dark, German-style beers. Dunkel is the German word for dark, and dunkel beers tend to range in color from amber to dark, reddish-brown. Dunkel-style beer is a traditional style brewed originally Munich and popular throughout Bavaria. Dunkels typically contain alcohol concentrations of 4.5-6% ABV, making this style significantly weaker than doppelbocks or stouts.

Barley Wine
January 9, 2010 – 3:39 PM | One Comment

Barley wine beer is a type of English strong ale that was first brewed at the turn of the 20th century by England’s Bass Brewery. A barley wine typically reaches an alcohol strength of 8-12% ABV and is brewed from specific gravities as high as 1.120.

Dark Ales
January 9, 2010 – 2:39 PM | One Comment

For a beer to be called an ale it must be brewed with malted barley using a top-fermenting brewers’ yeast. This yeast ferments the beer quickly which gives it a sweeter, full bodied and sometimes fruity taste. Dark ales are brewed using dark-roasted barley malts and tend to be thicker and creamier in texture and stronger and sweeter in taste than traditional ales.

Bock
January 4, 2010 – 5:30 PM | One Comment

A bock beer is a very strong type of lager, ranging in color from pale to amber to even dark brown. Bocks were originally brewed by Roman Catholic monks in Einbeck, Germany during the 14th century.

Greenport Harbor Brewing
January 1, 2010 – 7:54 AM | One Comment
Greenport Harbor Brewing

Centuries ago, Greenport was a bustling whaling village by the bay, complete with fisheries and oyster processing plants. Today the North Fork is much quieter, but there is still so much going on. Far past the wineries and vineyards that sprawl across eastern Long Island is Greenport Harbor Brewing Co., the village of Greenport’s newest local flavor