This article appears in the September 2016 issue of All About Beer Magazine, on newsstands now. From early on in my writing career, I’ve referred to pilsner as “the beer that conquered the world.” This dry, hoppy, golden lager rolled out of Bohemia in the early 1840s and quickly became the world’s favorite. Europe, Africa, Asia,... View Article
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Bryson August 4, 2016 - Lew Bryson
Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking March 1, 2001 - Rob Haiber
In the previous issue, we discussed oatmeal stouts and how that style has split into three sub-styles comprising the group. This type of style splitting has become commonplace. As the beer market becomes more and more international, styles are no longer bound to their country of origin.