Last spring, former Harpoon brewer Steve Theoharides was talking about the brewery’s new session IPA, Take Five. It’s a well-done example of the style, vividly hopped but not bitter, low in alcohol but not thin. Developing the beer had been a challenge. Theoharides was working with potent American hops, and they were contributing too much... View Article
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Brewing Features May 1, 2016 - Jeff Alworth
Full Pints - Learn Beer - Styles - Styles Features July 1, 2005 - Julie Johnson Bradford
Only in Castro’s Cuba has a state of permanent revolution lasted longer than it has in the minds of beer writers. We remember the bad old days—before the revolution—when beer variety was non-existent, when bars and stores offered us the choice between Mainstream Lager A and Mainstream Lager B (and C and D, in more... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints November 1, 2003 - Paul Ruschmann
Why does so much great beer come from small states? Case in point: Vermont, population 608,827. Vermont ranks number one in breweries per capita, and its residents spend almost one-fifth of their beer money on in-state products. It couldn’t be easier to find micros, either; there are specially priced 12-packs in gas station beer coolers... View Article