Bierkraft in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn is the sort of place most beer lovers would step over their mothers to spend time—and money—in regularly.
What's Brewing June 14, 2011 - Tom Acitelli
Brewing Features - Full Pints November 19, 2010 - Roger Protz
It’s every beer lover’s dream, to jump in the Time Machine, spin the dials and travel back to discover what iconic brews were really like centuries ago: the IPAs of Victorian England, the porters and stouts of 18th-century London, and, when the church once held sway, the robust ales made by monks.
Full Pints - Learn Beer - Styles - Styles Features Belgium's Trappist Brewing Abbeys May 1, 2004 - Charles D. Cook
Beer, brewed by monks? The very concept might shock some people, especially in our alcohol-phobic society. But northern Europe has a long history of monastic brewing, stretching back as early as the seventh century AD.