In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, winter’s greatest unofficial holiday is nearly upon us: That is, Super Bowl Sunday. This year’s grueling playoff run has delivered two elite teams — the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs — gearing up for the
If you’ve been to a brewery anytime within the last few years, chances are you’ve heard about sour beers. Whereas once it might have been difficult to find one at a local brewery, these days it seems like almost everyone in the craft beer world is brewing at least one.
As any bartender will tell you, getting a nice, frothy head on a pint of beer is an art form. There’s also plenty of science involved, too, and new research sheds light on exactly how that tasty foam appears on top of your beer. In a new study, published in
From cold brews with a boozy kick to actually tasty alcohol-free stouts, here are three winter beer trends to try in the new year. The 10 Coolest Places in America to Drink Craft Beer Trend #1: Big Stouts Come in Smaller Packages Imperial stouts, rich bruisers with flavors of roasted