You don’t need to be a beer pairing genius to know that pizza and beer are like peanut butter and jelly.
New Glarus Brewing’s latest beer, Gyrator Doppel, uses a hop and malt variety that wouldn’t be commercially available today if not for the efforts of brewmaster Dan Carey.
It’s nice to have a brewery closing story with a silver lining, and that’s exactly what Next Door Brewing has delivered to us.
Brown ales typically have roasted malt and chocolate-like characteristics with low bitterness. The beer’s flavor profile makes it versatile for food pairings, but typically brown ales go with roast pork, smoked sausage and game birds. Try this duck leg ragu with an American Brown Ale, the fat will neutralize any of the beer’s bitterness and complement its roastiness.
Hops give beer its bitterness, and beers that are heavy on hops, like American pale ales and English-style pale ales are often medium to full bodied, but can vary dramatically when it comes to ABV. These beers find a delicate balance between hop bitterness and malt, which gives beer its color and flavor. Hoppy and bitter beers are typically yellow to brown in color. They pair well with aged or hard cheeses, fried foods like fish and chips and creamy dishes like fettuccine alfredo or a mild curry with yogurt sauce.
Dark and roasty beers are often black or deep brown in color and have a wide ABV range. These smooth beers are typically medium-light to full bodied and use roasted malts that add notes of chocolate and cocoa. An example of a dark and roasty beer is an English-style brown porter, which pairs well with grilled meats and gruyere cheese.
The Aventinus-inspired John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt’s Dunkel Doppel Hefeweizen Bock is the first of several pub favorites coming to cans this year.
The ethos of making the community better pervades just about everything Delta Beer Lab does.
A trip to the bottle shop was a small joy in these strange times — well worth the risk of the extra stop — and I’d like to share a trio of my favorite finds with you.
Just when we’d gotten used to the New Englands and the hazies and the juicies, there’s a new hot IPA trend that’s taking the style in the opposite direction.
The Colorado brewery infused its newest beer with hemp, which despite its heady aroma is perfectly legitimate.
There's a reason yellow, fizzy lager is the most popular beer in the world. Call me old-fashioned, but I think it has more to do with the appeal of the beer than marketing campaigns by multinational, multi-billion-dollar corporations. (Dilly dilly!) When done well, a pilsner — and, to a far lesser degree, the American and European lagers that rose from it — is a masterpiece of flavor, aroma and balance.
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (AP) — Police have cited a Wisconsin man who began drinking after he got locked inside a convenience store’s beer cooler.
The band walks the well-traveled path connecting music and beer with the new House of Brews-brewed Aztec Astronaut.
The Amherst brewery aims to show it's just as deft with hops as it is with dark malts and bourbon barrels.
CHICAGO — Who knew so many people liked Zima?
These five beers can unlock new levels of deliciousness in common Super Bowl party foods.
The classic Czech-German style is seeing a renaissance of late in the hands of American craft brewers.
The Boston-based brewery, a fixture out East, began selling its beer in Wisconsin in November.
A stab at the next big thing led the Glendale brewery to revive a bygone beer infused with Concord grapes.