The tainted beer mystery in Canada has been solved. It turns out that instead of some evil mastermind, absent minded bartenders were the most likely culprits.
Ale and lager are terms that are often used interchangeably with beer. This way is a mistake and it blurs the line of one of the most basic distinctions of beer.
There are lots of cures that seem to employ varying degrees of practicality. But other more folksy remedies are so much more fun to consider and many are surprisingly effective.
Autumnal beers are far and away my favorite part of the season. Here are some of the most popular styles of the season – Oktoberfest, pumpkin beer, and saison.
Fred Noe, the seventh generation master distiller at Jim Beam, saw his portrait added alongside his predecessors’ this past week.
The beer blog considers how Stella Artois has managed to garner a refined, even chic, image in the US while in the UK the same beer is commonly known as the “wife-beater.
This is what health conscious pub-goers in Britain were expecting when a smoking ban went into affect this summer. What they got was something else entirely.
I thought that I’d worked out the difference between whiskey and whisky. I was wrong. In Ireland and Scotland it’s easy – the Irish make whiskey and the Scottish make whisky. But in the US and elsewhere the lines begin to blur.
Anheuser Busch has released their annual fall seaonal – Jack’s Pumpkin Spice Ale.
A couple of seemingly contradictory headlines started the beer blog blogger thinking about drinking age limits, societies’ differing views of alcohol, and alcohol laws in general.