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10/21/2013 12:01:00 PM PDT Just when you think you've heard every story, you hear an amazing new tale about a beer that disappeared, only to be resurrected nearly a hundred years later. Before World War I, the most popular beer in Antwerp, Belgium,
More than 200 years after Germany introduced Oktoberfest an annual fair marked by cultural events and large-scale consumption of beer and German delicacies the German Embassy in India has begun celebrating it in Delhi. On German National Day, October
As we mentioned in this past week's debut column, our goal is to entertain and inform. This week, we divulge into the world of different types of beer and what makes them unique. On top of that, do you ever wonder what type of person your beer would
The Czech brew, produced by the east Bohemian Primator brewery, became the overall winner of the 2013 World Beer Awards, and was also awarded as the best wheat beer. Praised for its balanced fruity taste, great body and spicy finish, Primator
The Answer Because you're not a cheesy North American beer newbie, you're a sophisticated Belgian! I don't know how the orange slice became the de rigueur garnish in North America. It's seen as declasse by many wheat-beer aficionados in Belgium and
There were a record 541 entries this year and the 24 expert judges awarded 41 gold medals, 50 silver medals and 91 bronze medals. One of the bronze medals in the Wheat and Other Grains Styles category (sponsored by the good people at Beer and Brewer
Beppi Crosariol The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jul. 25 2013, 4:59 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Jul. 25 2013, 4:59 PM EDT From an excellent modern brewery called Brasserie de l'Abbaye des Rocs, this is Belgian wheat ale with twists and turns.
This undated photo provided by the New-York Historical Society shows a metal Jacob Ruppert Beer-Ale, bar tray dated 1900-1930, which will be a part of the uncoming exhibit "Beer Here, " which will feature a small beer hall and the chance to try a
New Glarus Brewing is doing its part with its Thumprint series to make sure this old style of sour beer finds a new following. \n \n\n What is it? Thumbprint Berliner Weiss from New Glarus Brewing Company of New Glarus, Wisconsin. \n\n Style:
Australia's Feral Brewing Company has been voted the best in the country, with its Hop Hog India pale ale named the top beer of 2012 in a soon-to-be-released guide. It's the second time Hop Hog has taken the top spot in The Critics' Choice: Australia'