You may have noticed a redesign of the website. We have added community features to try to make your experience more connected with the other users. Before you could only comment on individual posts. But now, if you sign up for a This Week in Beer Community account, you can participate in our forums, or… Continue reading
Lord I wish I didn’t have to keep using that graphic. You may have noticed a peculiar lack of updates recently. it started out as the usual holiday business but has turned into to something much less (or more depending on how you feel about holiday business) enjoyable. And as much as I would like… Continue reading
I didn’t go blind.
I suppose it was just a matter of time.
Now, I don’t often find myself putting away an open bottle of beer, but I am still surprised that I have never seen a product like this before. Beersavers are bottlecap-shaped silicone covers for your beet bottles. They are discribed as a way to keep your beer “fresh and safe,” not sure what they mean… Continue reading
I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. I swear that just last week we learned about BrewDog’s magical concoction The End of History, and that at 55% alcohol it had claimed the title of the worlds most alcoholic beer. and now I am stunned to see that is already old news. Koelschip is the name… Continue reading
The End of History from BrewDog on Vimeo. Those crazy Scottish bastards have done it again. The fine folks at Brew Dog have gone and Brewed the strongest beer in the world, again. You may remember Tactical Nuclear Penguin (32%), and Sink the Bismark (41%). Well those are sissy beers now. The mad scientists have… Continue reading
Correction to the article “Home (State) Brew” that was in Michigan Beverage Journal July 2010 issue. In the article there was a misstatement and another brewery in Michigan was said to have won the “Small Brewer of the Year” award at the Great American Beer Festival. It was in fact Redwood Lodge Flint, MI. Redwood… Continue reading
Are you a beer lover or a beer snob? All beer has it’s own place and time; and yes some are better than others. But I for one choose to enjoy them all for what they are. A beer isn’t bad because of its style or purpose. A beer is bad only because of how… Continue reading
June 2007 Lansing, MI House of Representatives State Capital building. That was when a great thing for Michigan’s growing beer industry happened. House Resolution No. 301 was introduced by State Representative Rebekah Warren of district 53 out of Ann Arbor. Resolution 301 declares the month of July to be Michigan Craft Beer Month. One of… Continue reading