While the transformation of beer in the last three decades to a craft product that is respectable in the finest restaurants is impressive, the shift taking place around Tequila is nothing short of amazing.
Tag: Beyond Beer
Short Pours - Travel June 10, 2010 - Jay R. Brooks
We continue to feature profiles of beer towns that didn’t make it into our Beer Traveler issue. St. Louis, Missouri While St. Louis has arguably slipped in its influence, both beerwise and otherwise, the history of Anheuser-Busch still makes it a destination for beer lovers. A century ago, St. Louis was the fourth largest city... View Article
Short Pours - Travel June 4, 2010 - Jay R. Brooks
We will continue to run profiles of beer towns throughout the month pulled from the the cutting room floor of our Beer Traveler issue. Austin, Texas “Keep Austin Weird” is Austin’s unofficial motto, and it fits with the Texas capitol’s status as an oasis for artists, musicians, liberals and even brewers. In and around town,... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints November 1, 2003 - K. Florian Klemp
Got the homebrewing thing down? Think you know a lot about fermenting? Think again. Beyond beer, cider, mead and wine, there’s a whole wide world of fermented foods and beverages. Lots of people dabble in sourdough and some make vinegar or yogurt. The production of each requires a similar set of skills. But there is... View Article