Tag Archives: Beer Knowledge

Beer Books | May Edition

The Oxford Companion To Beer Edited by Garrett Oliver As we move into May and dig into the beers of summer I thought it was a good idea to introduce more of a handbook to beer. This is the ultimate … Continue reading

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April – The Sour | Beer Style Exploration

What is a Sour beer? Sour beers have been around since the beginning of beer but have only recently become a popular style in the United States. The sourness of the beer is caused by yeast, more specifically yeast that … Continue reading

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Beer Books | March Edition

In January our beer book focused on the fundamentals of beer. The following month, February, we focused on the basics of brewing. Both books while immensely valuable were more fact driven and less fun driven. For the month of March … Continue reading

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It Begins | On The Road To Cicerone

What is a Cicerone? The textbook response – It is a program that certifies and educates beer professionals in order to elevate the beer experience for customers. The real world response – Beer Sommelier, it is a set of certificates … Continue reading

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January – The Stout | Beer Style Exploration

What is a Stout Style Beer? There are a number of great definitions but all of them will include the terms dark and toasty, they are also what is considered to be a warm-fermented ale. What does that mean to … Continue reading

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