Providence, RI – The 16th Annual Great International Beer & Cider Competition was held on Friday, November 2, 2012, in Providence, Rhode Island, one day before the 19th Annual Great International Beer Festival. Festivals of America produced both events. New England beer newspaper Yankee Brew News was the media sponsor of the competition.
Tag: dark lager
What's Brewing November 7, 2012 - Win Bassett
New on the Shelves September 12, 2012 - Win Bassett
(Boonville, CA) – Anderson Valley Brewing Company announced today that starting in September, a new Dark Lager will join its portfolio of award-winning ales. “El Steinber” is the brewery’s newest core offering in nearly seven years and its first full-production lager. Debuting in select markets as a draft-only offering beginning in September 2012, national distribution of... View Article
What's Brewing June 11, 2012 - Win Bassett
(Ann Arbor, MI) – The Wolverine State Brewing Company has received final approval of expansion plans that will add 3500 square feet of the old Big George’s warehouse to the brewery and Tap Room in the coming months. The new space will include a private rental hall with separate bar to accommodate parties up to 75... View Article
Beer Talk May 1, 2012 -
Wolverine State Brewing Co. Ann Arbor, MI This is Michigan’s Smoothest Dark Beer, a dark beer even people who don’t think they like dark beer will love. Wolverine Dark will win you over with a smooth maltiness balanced by a crisp feel on your tongue without any of the chunky chewy taste that some dark... View Article
New on the Shelves March 22, 2012 - Win Bassett
(Ka’anapali, HI) – The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa announced their partnership with Maui Brewing Company today for the creation of the Black Rock Lager served exclusively at the resorts pool bars and lounges.
What's Brewing January 20, 2012 - Greg Barbera
After a successful first year of business, The Wolverine State Brewing Company declares 2012 the Year of the Lager Revolution.
Culture - Full Pints May 1, 2011 - Roger Protz
In April 2010, as the world’s airlines were grounded by volcanic ash, all the signs indicated that the Campaign for Real Ale’s annual conference would be poorly attended. It was due to take place on the Isle of Man, halfway between Britain and Ireland in the Irish Sea. The island’s capital, Douglas, is a short... View Article
Beers March 1, 2011 -
Dunkel is the original style of lager, serving as the forerunner to the pale lagers of today. They originated in and around Bavaria, and are widely brewed both there and around the world. This is often what the average consumer is referring to when they think of dark beer. At their best, these beers combine the dryish chocolate or licorice notes associated with the use of dark roasted malts and the roundness and crisp character of a lager. Examples brewed in and around Munich tend to be a little fuller-bodied and sometimes have a hint of bready sweetness to the palate, a characteristic of the typical Bavarian malts used.
Brewing Features - Full Pints England Isn’t Just About Ales September 1, 2010 - Adrian Tierney-Jones
Appearances can be deceptive. The place is an old stone barn amid a group of farm buildings on the edge of a village in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. This is an area of mellow stone, high hedges, winding lanes and long views over rolling hills. It’s the kind of landscape that is home to many a... View Article