The Great Alaska Beer & Barley Wine Festival, January 14-15, 2011. The fest, says Roberts, brings virtually every spread-out brewery around the state together under one roof. Yes, thankfully, it’s indoors. There are three sessions, but if you can only hit one, spend the extra 10 bucks for a $40 ticket and make it the... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints January 1, 2011 - Brian Yaeger
If there’s anything we’ve learned from National Geographic, it’s that animals migrate south for the winter. But we’re neither geese nor pronghorns. Furthermore, we are craft beer lovers, not lemmings. So why follow the herd? This winter, as the Arctic winds sweep across the northlands, embrace the glacial conditions and head for the higher latitudes.
Beer Travelers - Full Pints November 1, 2010 - Brian Yaeger
Is it a coincidence that some of the best brewing regions are set in or near the Rocky Mountains? Whichever side of the Continental Divide you find yourself on, from Wyoming down through Colorado and over into Arizona, there truly is something in the water.
Beer Travelers - Full Pints September 1, 2010 - Brian Yaeger
When I think about artists and their expressions,” said Tomme Arthur from Port/Lost Abbey Brewing, “I am reminded that art is in a constant state of evolution. Brush strokes get refined, subject matter improves and the essence of the artist and his perspective is suddenly brought to the front with amazing clarity.” Brewers, like musicians,... View Article