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The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Apr. 15 2014, 11:14 AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 15 2014, 11:44 AM EDT The beer style known as bock has evolved over time, from the subtly hopped ales of 14th-century Germany to the leaner yet still malty
It's organized by types of beer, with examples of brands for each type. Says the company: "This wall map is the most complete charting of beer ever, breaking down ales and lagers into over 100 delicious styles from hoppy IPAs to fruity lambics, and
One-hundred-fifty-four years of Minnesota history are rooted in a bluffside estate overlooking the Cottonwood River in New Ulm. In a sense, it's a pastoral time capsule and an emblem of the American dream the inspirational birthplace of a German
Despite all of the hype surrounding the success of craft beer, there is a lack of consensus as to what "craft" beer actually is...Currently "craft" beers are undergoing an unprecedented period of growth. The category has prospered during the economic
Finally, Yes Gordon Welters for The New York Times The brewpub Hops & Barley, one of the city's first craft beer destinations. Published: October 17, 2013 Gendarmenmarkt, lined with imposing buildings like the French Cathedral and the Konzerthaus,
Germany Every year, Munich's Oktoberfest festival draws attention to this country's old brewing traditions from beer lovers across the world. However, several weeks before this year's event, an American kindergarten teacher named Matt Walthall was
Great American Beer Festival , held in Denver, Colorado over the weekend. This year, New Glarus Brewing captured two medals and Milwaukee\'s MillerCoors earned three awards that included two for its Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company brands. The 2013
They're not yet foaming mad, but the U.S. government shutdown has created a small brewhaha for local craft beer makers. A federal agency little-known outside the industry wields power over much of what beer lovers see on package store shelves.
Oaktober Ale -- with a unique twist on tradition. Brewmaster Ryan Koga makes his as an ale and ferments it with oak chips. The result is a wonderfully complex brew, full of woody, leafy, and bready maltiness. \n \n\n What is it?
On the rise ... mid-strength beer is the second largest beer segment. Carlton & United Breweries, the former beer arm of Foster's, will dump its underperforming Carlton Cold, which has a 4 per cent alcohol content, and replace it with a new mid-