Cider is quite a bit easier to make from scratch than beer – there’s no heating of water (that’s why it was the first booze brewed b
Sour beers are at a ninety degree angle to most conventional beers in that food spoilage organisms are deliberately added to beer to produce sourness & other tastes & aromas&nb
Barley Wine is traditionally a thick, viscous, treacly, dark, strong beer brewed in England in the 19th century. It does however have a reference back in ancient Greece where it was a s
This novel style of beer from the States has now become an established style – even though the name grates every time I say it. It’s an oxymoron - is it black or is it pale?
Its tempting to think back before industrial factories churned out multinational fizzy lager-like beer, that everything was good English bitter. It wasn't - as Chris Routledge writes in
The most repeated quote about beer wasn't even about beer, but it doesn't stop breweries, beer bloggers & half-wits trotting it out again & again.