A Love Letter to Double IPA

From Peruvian Lager to Hazy, Double IPAs

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Twenty-Four Session

Despite the popularity of Double IPA’s and Imperial Stouts, there are a growing number of low ABV options available on our shelves. They are great for the hot summer months, after you mow the lawn, return from a bike ride, or anytime! They are super refreshing and, by definition, low enough alcohol that you can […]

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Kettle Sours, also called ‘quick sours’, are tart beers that feature lactobacillus, or “lacto”. This bacterium is a probiotic that converts sugars to lactic acid. It’s the same live culture you’ll find in unsweetened yogurt. “Kettle” refers to the brew kettle, meaning the beer is soured in a stainless-steel brewing vessel and fermented in a […]

Saison Season is here!

While Farmhouse Ale has become synonymous with Saison, it is actually a category within which two styles reside:  Saison and Bière de Garde. Saison –  French for “season”–  was a beer made as a refreshment for farm workers during the warm summer months. With its origins in the French-speaking Belgian region of Wallonia, Saisons were […]

The CBC Guide to Pairing Beer with Donuts:

Like Craft Beer, Donuts, or Doughnuts depending on who you ask, are having their time in the limelight. Ingredients, techniques, and styles vary regionally, but cafes and bakeries are taking a gourmet approach to our favorite breakfast item, elevating the classics to a new level and experimenting with ingredients such as banana, pomegranate, bacon, and […]

Craft Wine Cellar?

Craft Beer Cellar is all about hospitality, education, and ultimately beer, but what happens when you want to expand your beverage horizons? We’re here for you! Aroma, taste, and ultimately flavor helped steer us create this guide to wine for Beer Geeks! Love the smooth, buttery, crisp taste of a Czech Premium Pale Lager/Czech Pilsner? […]

Czech it out!

The beer style known as Pilsner has a rich history. In 1838, citizens of Plzen, Czech Republic dumped an entire season’s worth of beer due to a lack of quality. Because of this, they built a new brewery, and recruited Josef Groll, a brewer from neighboring Bavaria, to be its brewmaster. Groll was asked to […]

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 […]

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