The Art Of The Rotating Beer Series

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Nice Weisse

April Style of the Month: Wheat Beers German Weissbier, Belgian Witbier, American Wheat Beer, Berliner Weisse, Gose, and Lambic; you can quickly see that this is a pretty broad category. With warmer weather on the way (we hope, it is coming right?), sitting in an outdoor beer garden with a half-liter of Weissbier is just […]

Hi, my name is Brett

Brettanomyces is a strain of yeast, used to fully or partially ferment and in some cases, to bottle condition beer, in which a small dose of yeast is added to the bottle before the beer undergoes some type of storage, conditioning period or shipment. In order to fully begin to understand this illusive yeast strain, […]

Where the Wild Ales are!

Back before the age of modern refrigeration, sanitation and the understanding of how bacteria worked, it would be safe to say that most of the beers that people drank had some level of sourness to them. A sour flavor can be considered an unwanted flavor in modern beer styles and is sometimes a sign of […]

All In The Name Of Beer Love!

Happy Valentine’s Day Beer Geeks! We couldn’t think of a better day to share something with you that we’ve put countless hours, care, and consideration into. On November 10th of 2017, we turned 7 years old. (What?!?) From heads peeking in the door of 51 Leonard Street in Belmont, MA asking, “What is Craft Beer?”, to […]

Craft Beer Cellar Roslindale Welcomes A New Neighbor – Trillium

The Boston beer scene got a jolt of big news recently when Trillium Brewing Company announced it would house an indoor beer garden this winter at the historic Roslindale Substation. This comes on the heels of a very successful summer beer garden in downtown Boston. But did you know that will be the second place to […]

Craft Beer Cellar Makes Your Thanksgiving Amazing!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and, for us at Craft Beer Cellar, it brings up one of our favorite questions: What beer to drink with Thanksgiving dinner? We’ve asked this question before here on our blog, and it’s amazing to see the array of styles our stores and their Beer Geeks come up with. […]

Craft Beer Cellar Fort Collins Preps for GABF

With nearly 800 breweries sampling thousands of beers, the Great American Beer Festival is the pre-eminent craft beer festival in the country. Craft Beer Cellar Fort Collins is just over an hour away from the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, where the GABF is held. It’s well worth the trip if you’re in Colorado for […]

Meet Craft Beer Cellar’s Advanced Cicerones™

At Craft Beer Cellar, education is a passion. We love constantly learning about beer, and passing that on to our customers. And we enjoy learning from our customers, too. All of our Beer Geeks are, at minimum, Cicerone Certified Beer Servers. This is the first of four certification levels, with each step requiring far more […]

Style of the Month, August 2017: Pale Ales

Pale ales didn’t really exist until the 18th century, when improvements in malt drying technology enabled malt to be kilned dry without heavily toasting the kernels. These new lighter beers were instant successes and would go on to define British brewing for the next two centuries, while also finding footholds in the eclectic Belgian brewing […]

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