While we may enjoy a good strong imperial stout from time to time, most of us can’t stomach sitting around and drinking glass after glass of the stuff. Session beers to the rescue! This sessionable drink has recently seen great growth and Session Beers: Brewing For Flavor and Balance by Jennifer Talley takes us on an exploration of easy-drinking brew.
Every beer fan keeps a bottle opener on them everywhere they go. You never know when you’ll need it but you don’t want to be stuck carrying around something that adds a lot of weight. For those looking for the smallest opener to get the job done, the Pry.Me Beer Bottle Opener is just what you need.
There’s no shortage of awesome beer bottle openers out there but some options are a bit extreme. For those looking for something simple, functional, and great looking, the Areaware Bent-Nail Bottle Opener is a perfect pick.
For beer fans, our beverage of choice becomes a part of our lives. Not only in what we consume, but also in the way we dress. While brewery t-shirts and hats are common place, our love of beer can be part of other pieces of our look too. Original Grain Brewmaster watches are a classy way to tell time and integrate a piece of the beverage we love.
Beer koozies are an awesome way to keep your drink cold while you imbibe, but bringing them along for the trek can be difficult at times. For those looking for a koozie they can take anywhere, check out Rumpl Beer Blankets.
In the past year we’ve seen a big increase in session beers. We’ve seen session pale ales, IPAs, sours and more, but have you ever seen a session barleywine? At first thought, it’s a bit of a contradiction in style. But Bent Paddle Brewing has made it happen with their latest Valve Jockey Brewer’s Series “Session” Barleywine. Here’s what it’s like.
When two fantastic brewers get together, good things are gonna happen. Fair State Co-op and Modern Times Beer came together to make Spirit Foul. Here’s a look at this hazy IPA.
We’ve all run out and bought a beer when the brewer finally decided to take our favorite and barrel-age it. The experience of a beverage aged in oak is something different (and often better) than that of the typical drink. Now what if you didn’t have to wait for your favorite brewer to put their beer in a barrel? What if you could oak age your own at home? With The Oak Bottle, you can oak-age any beverage you like.