Archive for the 'Trends' Category

Lock, Stock & Barrel-Aged Beer

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

On April 20, 2009, Odell Brewing will release the second barrel aged beer in its Woodcut series. Woodcut No. 2, an oak aged golden ale, was brewed over six months ago on the brewery’s pilot brewing system. The golden ale has been aging in virgin oak barrels and will bottle condition in cork finish, 750 […]

Beer: An American Revolution

Monday, March 9th, 2009

In 1920, the National Prohibition Act destroyed the beer industry in the United States, putting some 1,500 breweries out of business. When the “noble experiment” was repealed in 1933, beer lovers rejoiced, and the beer industry staggered back to its feet. The industry had lost much of its diversity, however, and the emergence of national […]

Rogue’s Dead Guy Gets in the Whiskey Spirit

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Rogue’s Dead Guy family has a whole new spirit—Dead Guy Whiskey, created on the Pacific Ocean and Yaquina Bay in a multi-step process. Northwest Harrington, Maier Munich, Klages, and Carastan malts are combined with Free Range Coastal Water in a 100 BBL 3,000 gallon brew system. Distiller’s yeast is then added to the wort, fermented, […]

First “No Carb” Beer?

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

A Queensland boutique brewer has today made brewing history with the launch of BIGHEAD — Australia’s first no-carb beer. BIGHEAD is the brainchild of Burleigh Brewing Company, an independent craft brewery based in Burleigh Heads on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Burleigh Brewing’s CEO, Peta Fielding, said BIGHEAD’s arrival would be welcome news for men and women […]

Bell’s To Brew At De Proef

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

SBS Imports of Seattle, Washington has announced that Bell’s Brewery has agreed to be the 2009 partner for the latest brew in the De Proef Brewmaster’s Collaboration Series. The yet to be designed beer will be brewed in March at De Proef in Lochristi, Belgium and released to the USA market in September 2009. The […]

Sapporo To Label Carbon Footprint

Friday, August 8th, 2008

Everywhere you look, companies are going green, and breweries are naturally leading the way. Japan’s Saporro Breweries will put a carbon label on cans of its Black Label draft beer. The new label will list how much carbon dioxide is emitted per can during the entire production and disposal process of creating the beer. Using […]

Beer O’clock arrives earliest in Denmark

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

“Beer O’clock” arrives at Denmark 4:41 p.m., but not until 6:14 in the UK. That’s the time they’ll have their first drink at the bar, on average. An average Frenchman is done at the bar by 8:33, while Germans don’t quit until 10:59 p.m. Only one British in ten enjoys a pint with lunch anymore, […]