April is here and it’s KBS time of year. Owners Dave Engbers and Mike Stevens of Founders Brewing in Grand Rapids Michigan give us a little intel as to how KBS came about and why it’s one of craft beers most anticipated releases of the year.
Beer Culture a documentary film is about the deep and rich culture among beer drinkers; believed to have been lost in a commercialized America. We tell the stories of the individual struggles and successes of Colorado Top Craft Brewers. Continue reading
Brewing Beer is the manufacturing of beer by soaking a carbohydrate resource (frequently grain grains) in water as well as fermenting the resulting pleasant liquid with yeast. It might be carried out in a brewery by an industrial brewer, in your home by a homebrewer, Continue reading
By Todd Smith Originally published at Cascadian Rhythm Editor’s note: this post is the first in a series of craft beer-inspired, educational posts written by Todd. These posts will be referred to as “Todd Talks.” When my wife and I discussed the beer entries on the website, it became clear …
Beer is one of the world’s oldest and most popular beverages, so of course it stands to reason that it is also one of its most fascinating. Welcome to Watchmojo’s Top 5 Facts. Crack open a cold one and join us for this installment, in which we’re looking at the most interesting facts about beer, the world’s third most-consumed drink.
(Excerpted from Brewed In America by Stanley Baron, 1962.) The progress of the American brewing industry following the War of Independence has been summed up in the following terms by Victor S. Clark in his History of Manufactures in the United States: