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The Evolution of IPA

India pale ale is the style that built craft beer.  With bold, hoppy flavors, it was distinctive and different and

Working to Grow the Grain Industry

Farming, malt, advocacy, and education are among the topics covered on this episode of the Brewer to Brewer Podcast where

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Brewing with Organic Ingredients

What’s it like being an organic brewery in 2023? Harder than you might think, but getting a little better. Sandy

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Denver Rare Beer Tasting Releases Pour List

DENVER, CO – The 14th edition of the Denver Rare Beer Tasting will feature an impossible to replicate collection of some of the most sought after beers on the planet to raise funds for the Pints for Prostates campaign. A collection of 64 of America’s leading craft breweries have committed to pour at the Sept. 22nd event, which happens during the Great American Beer Festival weekend. The Denver Rare Beer Tasting 14er features the chance to sample rare, exotic and vintage beers, along with the opportunity to meet the men and women who made them. Each attendee receives beer samples, lunch, collectible tasting glass, t-shirt and

Corn Lagers: Don’t call it a comeback, it’s been here for years 

Corn has never been given a fair shake.  The evils of high fructose corn syrup have been bellowed from every soapbox, the most commonly grown corn is for animal feed, and is generally, not a much-beloved ingredient.  This has also been the case in beer. Even as recent as 2019, Bud Light ran an ad during the Super Bowl calling out Coors Light and Miller Lite for using corn syrup in their beer. But the trend of lighter, more session-able beers is on the rise, including corn lagers.  Some of the best breweries in the country are using heirloom varietals of

Hop Selection is More Than Aroma

On a recent episode of the Brewer to Brewer podcast Matt Cole of Fat Head’s Brewery interviewed Joe Mohrfeld of Pinthouse Pizza and Brewery. The conversation eventually turned to hop selection. Mohrfeld, who previously worked at Odell Brewing, has a lot of experience with hop selection and has expanded his perspective beyond rubbings and lot selections. He is big on relationships and looking at how the farms in the Pacific Northwest operate. In his own words “We tend to be very relationship driven with our farmers. I spent a little over a decade traveling back and forth between the Pacific

Memories of Anchor and Our Special Ale

The recent news about Anchor Brewing pulling back it’s distribution to just California and discontinuing Our Special Ale, it’s Christmas offering, had editor John Holl thinking about the brewery’s place in history and its impact. He invited Scott Ungermann, the former brewmaster of Anchor onto the Drink Beer, Think Beer podcast to talk about all that and more. A few weeks ago Dave Infante, of the excellent Fingers Newsletter broke the news that broke hearts: Anchor Brewing, the venerable San Francisco Brewery, the makers of Steam Beer, and now owned by Sapporo, were pulling back its distribution to focus solely on California – already

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