Hopinions 180 “Homebrew Special #9”

This week Martin & Steve ramp up the nostalgia by bringing back the Homebrew Special from the ‘Beer O’clock Show’ days, and we’re joined by Sean O’Reilly who talks us through his brewing process and plans for the future Beers | Brid’s Cross Brewing ‘BC-0101 American Pale Ale’, ‘BC-0201 Best Bitter’ & ‘BC-0301 American Stout’ […]

Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives

What is OHBA?Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives, established in 2013, is the first in the U.S. dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing materials that tell the story of Northwest brewing. We focus on materials related the regional hops and barley farming, craft and home brewing, cider, mead, and the OSU research that dates to the […]

Yellowbelly Brewery Releases Amelia Blueberry/Raspberry Sour

ST. JOHN’S, NL – Yellowbelly Brewery has announced the release of a new beer to mark the 90th anniversary of Ameila Earhart’s transatlantic solo flight from Harbour Grace, Newfoundland to Northern Island. Amelia Blueberry/Raspberry Sour (6% abv): A bold blend of local berries with German Pils and Canadian 2-row malts, Amelia is sweet (but not too sweet), […]

Ukrainian brewer releases recipes for international collaboration

Last week, Pravda Brewery, located in Lviv, Ukraine shifted from making beer to Molotov cocktails. As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, the brewery has opened up their recipes and artwork to the world’s craft brewers.  Pravda Brewery has made available the recipes and artwork of their award winning beers. The recipes include – Syla […]

10 Beers Best Enjoyed at the Source

February 24, 2022 While the pandemic and its related challenges have lingered, there are some hopeful signs for beer enthusiasts and travelers in 2022. The Craft Brewers Conference is currently scheduled for an in-person event in Minneapolis in May, and the Great American Beer Festival is poised to celebrate its 40th anniversary October 6–8 in […]

Monticello Mountain Ale Debuts | Virginia Craft Beer Magazine

  By Jeff Maisey Beer was such an essential ingredient to colonial life, Thomas Jefferson designed spaces for brewing and storing home-brew on the grounds of Monticello.  Much has been written on the topic, and now some 210 years after Jefferson’s first batch was bottled — May 12, 1812 — a modern Monticello Ale makes […]

Georgia Craft Brewers Festival 4/2/22

Georgia Craft Brewers Guild and Atlanta Beer Festivals present Georgia Craft Brewers Festival Atlantic Station Event Space – Atlanta, GAFriday, April 1 (VIP Preview)Saturday, April 2, 2022, 1pm-5pmFeaturing 60+ member breweries of the Georgia Brewers Guild and great collaboration beers.250+ total beers, an expected 25+ special collaboration beers brewed exclusively for this festival.Live music, great […]