Behold the “regular” IPA.
It is not fruity or hazy or juicy or dank.
It’s not from New England, it’s not from Northwest.
It is not dry or tropical or thick as a milkshake.
And for god’s sake, don’t stand in line for it like you’re on some kind of quest.
It’s not black or brown or imperial or brut,… Read the rest
Philly Loves Beer… and weed, apparently.
The non-profit organization that runs Philly Beer Week says its goal is to promote the city’s “authentic beer experiences.”
Yet, the title sponsor of beer week’s Opening Tap festival is a decidedly un-beerlike company: TerraVida Holistic Centers, Pennsylvania’s largest medical marijuana dispensary.
The company paid an undisclosed amount to have its logo plastered on … Read the rest
Matt Lindenmuth, who opened Saucony Creek Brewing 6 years ago, is turning his side project – The Larimer Beer Co. – into a real brewery. Founded two years ago as a gypsy brewery that made beer in Colorado, The Larimer will build an R&D brewery with taproom in Chester, next to Talen Energy Stadium, home of the Philadelphia Union.… Read the rest
Weyerbacher Brewing is going through a rough financial patch. The 24-year-old Easton, Pa., brewery laid off two longtime salespeople to trim costs as it seeks new investment.
“We’re in the process of reorganizing a little bit,” said Josh Lampe, the company’s COO. “We’re getting some funding from investors. As part of that, we had to get the company healthy before … Read the rest
One of Philly’s newest breweries is going to look – and taste – a lot like one of its oldest.
It will re-create long-lost beers that helped establish Philadelphia as the brewing capital of America in the 18th and 19th centuries. Brands like Robert Smith’s India Pale Ale, Tiger Head Cream Ale and Robert Hare’s Colonial Porter will … Read the rest
It’s that time of the year, when beer critics put down their pints for a moment and try to remember: What the hell was I drinking this year?
That’s right: It’s time for the Beers of the Year.
Unfortunately with the demise of so many beer rags and blogs in recent years, we’re beginning to see wine writers fill the … Read the rest
By now, you’ve heard New Jersey’s Bureau of Alcohol Beverage Control has spiked those dumbass, new brewery tasting room rules. Y’know, the ones that – among many other things – prohibit breweries from displaying menus from the local pizza shop and require a permit to turn the Eagles game on TV.
The agency will go back to the drawing board … Read the rest
Though he’s often called the “patron saint” of brewing, King Gambrinus is neither a saint. Nor a king. Nor an actual person.
Historians believe he is a conflation of other historic figures, who as far back as the 16th century was credited with the invention of beer. By the 1800s, his name and visage were adopted by Belgian, Dutch, … Read the rest
Old King Gambrinus, the once-legendary symbol of Delaware’s greatest brewery, is in sad shape these days. He’s strewn across the floor in about 60 pieces, barely salvaged from the junk heap by a passionate beer historian in Wilmington, Del.
“This is the most iconic image of brewing in Delaware,” said John Medkeff Jr., who has been writing about Delaware beer … Read the rest
Well Crafted Beer Co.
Where: 310 Madison St, Lansdale (Montco). The 100-year-old former Masonic temple was most recently used as an arts center.
What: Joining Round Guys as Lansdale’s second brewery, the space features a 7-barrel brewhouse, 20-tap tasting room and open-air seating within steps of Lansdale’s newly renovated SEPTA train station.
Who: A group of alumni from Rochester Institute … Read the rest