Popularity hasn’t been a problem for beer, but businesses are starting to serve it in hopes of drawing crowds. Will selling beer in non-traditional locations be enough to help some struggling spots turn the corner?
The craft beer boom has brewers scrambling for limited resources. One of these precious resources is beer cans, and they aren’t exactly easy to find. The high demand for cans has inspired breweries to use a few innovate solutions to keep up with a thirsty public.
Hops have played a central role in the stratospheric rise of craft beer. As a taste for the bitter citrus and heady aroma that hops give their pints, beer drinkers have helped hops rise with a knowledgeable demand.
Brewers and local farms across the country are profiting from the popularity, but are they able to keep up with a ceaseless demand of a notoriously fickle crop?
There’s a story behind every great beer, and farmhouse ale has a great one. Farmhouse ales (also known as Saisons) are one of the true seasonal beers. Enjoying a crisp Saison outside on a warm summer night is one of life’s great pleasures.
But what’s the story? Where does the farmhouse come into play? And what’s a good one to try? Let’s take a look at this intriguing brew.
Ever have that feeling that you just got someone the perfect Christmas gift? Their eyes open wide and they can’t wait to dig in and discover what’s inside. The best part? They can enjoy their gift all day! Pleasing the discriminating taste of anyone who loves craft beer has never been easier.