Craft Beer Blog

5 Delicious and Popular Gluten-Free Beers

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Oct 10, 2012 10:01:00 AM

As more and more people are diagnosed with a gluten-intolerance, major beergluten free beers companies are beginning to accommodate their needs - with gluten-free beers. These types of beers are also great for those who are trying to stray from carbs, like those on the paleolithic diet or Atkins diet.

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Topics: gluten-free beer

How to Spot a Bad Beer: Flat, Skunked & Oxidized

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Aug 28, 2012 11:59:00 AM

One of the best parts about craft beer is that there are so many different styles, brandsskunked beer and companies injecting their personality into the beer while constantly pushing the limits. This is what makes the craft beer industry so amazing.

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6 Delicious Beers You Should Absolutely Avoid

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Aug 25, 2012 11:15:00 AM


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Topics: beer snob, worst beers

6 Fun Facts about the Prohibition of Alcohol in the United States

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Aug 4, 2012 9:34:00 AM

Prohibition, also known as the Noble Experiement, was a well-known historical period in the United States dating back to the 1920's and lasted for just under 14 years. The points leading up to prohibition were cited to be the increase in people and amount in which people were drinking. New societies developed and encouraged people to use moderation while drinking, however, the movement began to turn to complete prohibition.

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How to Make a Michelada in 7 Very Simple Steps

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Jun 26, 2012 12:08:00 PM

Recently, I visited a somewhat new Mexican & Tequila bar, the Painted Burro, in Davishow to make a michelada Square and had an incredible new drink - a Michelada

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What is a cask beer or ale?

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Jun 11, 2012 9:31:00 AM

While cask beers or cask ales aren't the most popular style of beer, they are absolutelycask beer still noteworthy in the roles that they played in history as well as current brewing trends.

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Topics: beer styles, cask ale

5 Noteworthy Parts of the American Craft Beer Fest (#ACBF)

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Jun 6, 2012 9:44:00 AM

If you live in, or around, Boston then this past weekend you may have attended Beer Advocate and Harpoon Brewery's event, the American Craft Beer Festival.  There were over 120 American brewers with over 550 different kinds of beer. A true event for any beer lover. 

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Women in Boston: Drop What You're Doing & Join This Saturday Event

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on May 21, 2012 11:06:00 AM

If you're a female that loves quality craft beer beer - then this Saturday you must attend The Love of Beer documentary showing.

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Topics: boston events

The Basics of How to Taste a Beer in 4 Simple Steps

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Apr 27, 2012 8:51:00 AM

With craft breweries growing in popularity, more and more people are starting to take beertasting beer  more seriously. People are expanding beyond the typical lawn mower beer and are beginning to try new styles and learn how to taste them.

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How to Pour the Perfect Beer in 3 Simple Steps [With Video]

Posted by Sarah Bedrick on Apr 18, 2012 9:02:00 AM

Pouring the perfect beer is considered an art. And, rightfully so because it takes passion,how to pour the perfect beer
understanding and knowledge of how to do it as well as persistence. And fortunately, the secrets to pouring the perfect pint are only three steps away.

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