What does it mean to be green? Does it mean adding food coloring to your beer to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Does it mean, perhaps, being too young? Or too hoppy? If you’ve been conscious the last few years, you already know the answer to all of those is an emphatic “no.” Being and thinking... View Article
Culture - Full Pints January 1, 2008 - Jay R. Brooks
Culture - Full Pints - Live Beer - Travel November 1, 2007 - Owen Ogletree
While Oregon and Washington, Colorado, Maine or California amongst others saw explosive craft brewery growth, the Southeastern states seemed trapped in light lager culture and a persistent prohibitionist mindset. Beer remained stuck at sports bars and tailgating parties.
Full Pints - People - People Features May 1, 2007 - Julie Johnson Bradford
If you love the beers of Rogue Ales, take a moment to thank the inhospitable environment of Los Angeles. If John Maier had not found the sprawling city unbearable, he might not have left a lucrative job in the aerospace industry, might not have gravitated to brewing, and might not have made Rogue the innovative... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints January 1, 2007 - Timothy J. Holian
The current work is an expanded version of the author’s 1999 book The History of Beer and Brewing in Chicago, 1833-1978, adding approximately 100 pages to the original text. The first book is a lively, easy-to-read account of Chicago brewing from its origins until the closing of the Peter Hand Brewery. Special emphasis is placed... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints November 1, 2006 - Gregg Glaser
New England is a vibrant, dynamic region for craft brewers. Each of the six states boasts excellent microbreweries and brewpubs. These breweries in the cradle of “Yankee” America are methodically, thoroughly and efficiently described and profiled in The Good Beer Guide to New England.
Full Pints - Pub Shop September 1, 2004 - Alan Moen
In Nick Park’s magical Wallace and Gromit short feature Claymation film, A Grand Day Out, his two characters are in a quandary about where to go for a holiday. “I know,” Wallace, says at last, staring at the moon, “We’ll go where there’s cheese!”