Few beers out there can satisfy better than the first drink of a successful homebrew project. There’s something about taking ownership of that beer creation that makes it taste all the better.
After you’ve put a few good batches under your belt, try these easy additions to take your boozy kitchen creations to the next level.
The famous beer festival Oktoberfest takes place each year at the end of September in Munich, Germany. The folk festival is well-known for its namesake brew.
Millions of locals and tourists alike descend upon the large beer tents to take part in the local food and drink of the area, but you don’t have to be in Bavaria to celebrate. Here’s how bring the party to your place!
Game day isn’t game day without a tailgate party. Arrive early, post up in a good spot, and crack open a can.
Here’s how to tailgate and still show love to the central ingredient in tailgate success, the beer.
The best way to enjoy all that great beer has to offer is by drinking with the seasons. Seasonal brews are fresh and pair well with both the weather and dishes commonly seen this time of year. Many breweries compliment their usual lineups with a few seasonal specials. Here are 3 types of beer to drink this fall.