• THE MOST "RARE" BEER INGREDIENTS

    THE MOST "RARE" BEER INGREDIENTS

    0 comments
    Beer is one of the alcoholic beverages with the longest history in the world and, although its list of ingredients is usually quite invariable (water, yeast, hops and barley malt, or other cereals), there are few occasions in which brewers used other products. Belgians themselves, for whom beer is a religion, have spent centuries experimenting with additives such as fruit, syrups, or chocolate in...
  • 6 facts you didn't know about hops:

    6 facts you didn't know about hops:

    0 comments
    The flower of the hop plant is what gives beers their bitterness. Only the female plants produce the flower which is located separately from the male plants in hop plantations. This is because, if the male plantations were to pollinate the flowers, they would produce seeds and therefore would no longer be useful for brewing. The largest hop-producing countries are Germany, the United States,...
  • Kombucha is Coming and How About Hard Tea?

    Kombucha is Coming and How About Hard Tea?

    0 comments
    Kombucha. While this interesting beverage dates back thousands of years to China, it is entirely possible you have either never heard of it or you don’t know much about it. Beyond associating it with a certain health conscience friend or a crunchy granola lifestyle, it has gone mainstream and is being produced on the homebrew scale all the way up to large scale commercial...




You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered