Hoppy, high ABV, barrel-aged, black IPAs, sours, NE-style, they’ve all had their time in the spotlight. A new trend is just starting and it’s far different than anything that’s come before. Non-alcoholic craft beer is about to make a name for itself.
While local beer options keep getting better, sometimes the only way to get your hands on a brew you crave is to trade for it. Keeping that precious cargo safe in transit can be challenging and you don’t want to risk any lost liquid. To keep your beer safe, you need Whale Pod craft can shippers. Here’s why they’re so awesome.
It’s all about personality. We drink beers that we enjoy and represent us. We do the same when picking beer gear and gadgets too. Want a unique, personalized way to open bottles at home? Check out the Gear Infusion Customized Wall Mounted Bottle Opener.
Love exploring all the awesome breweries, distilleries, and bars Minnesota has to offer? Here’s an great deal for you. Take a look at the Minnesota Craft Notes 2018 passport and learn how it’ll get you hooked up!
It’s a question every brewery and beer bar would love to answer. How do you sell more beer? While some believe the answer is offering drink specials, special tappings, and other events, there’s a far simpler answer. You can sell more beer with science.
There are countless reasons to have a drink. But when was the last time you stopped to really think about why you sit down and slug one back? Are you drinking for the right reasons or the wrong?
We’ve heard of white IPAs, black IPAs, red lagers, and of course green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, but have you ever heard of a blue beer before? They exist. Or at least one does. Here’s a look at Abashiri Beer’s Okhotsk Blue Draft.
Ale gets all the attention in the craft beer world but a fine lager is hard to beat. To learn more about this wonderful side of the beer spectrum, here’s a look at Lager: The Definitive Guide to Tasting and Brewing the World’s Most Popular Beer Styles by Dave Carpenter.