We've had beer brewed with wasabi, some slabs of bacon, and other slightly strange ingredients before, but for this list, those additions weren't bizarre enough. We wanted to share some of the most outlandish beer creations we've ever heard of. Brews that chuckle at minor oddities and little additions from the spice ... continue reading
Once in a while, we like to play mad scientist with our beer. While there are plenty of amazing brews out there that are perfect on their own, there’s something about being part of the creation of something that excites us. If you want to play beer mixologist, here are some blends to get you started.
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You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
With around 3,000 breweries in the United States, it's tough for the new guy to stand out. Jared Rouben (formerly of Goose Island) is doing just that with his latest venture Moody Tongue. The Chicago-based brewery just unveiled a 5% ABV lager that's made with shaved Australian black truffle and it will run $120 a bottle. ... continue reading
Victory Brewing out in Downington, PA makes some seriously delicious brews, but unless you've made a trip to the brewpub, you probably haven't had their equally great food. Now one of the items they serve up there is getting packaged for your home enjoyment. Victory recently released these three different ice creams, ... continue reading
What should you do after you've just had a big meal with a few beers? Have another beer for dessert. The Frozen Beer Slushie Maker from Kirin adds a frozen head to your favorite beverage for a frosty treat. You may have seen the idea before, Kirin actually started doing this a few years back and even had the boozy ... continue reading
When you hit your local liquor shop or travel to a brewery in search of some new beers to try, there are a few that are worth keeping an eye out for. Some of these are brand new or just announce, and others are seasonal offerings just hitting the shelves. So next time you’re out scouting potential fridge-dwellers, ... continue reading
Walk into 99% of the breweries in the United States, and you'll be greeted with stainless steel conical fermenters, a seemingly limitless supply of sanitizing solution, and equipment that is cared for like the head brewer was Mr. Clean himself. In Cantillon, you'll find a shit-ton of spiderwebs.
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A war broke out a little over five years ago that many people have never heard about. The fight raged over which brewery could create the world’s strongest beer. Since most brewing yeasts couldn’t survive and help make beers at these levels, the brewers had to get creative with freezing to make their brews clock ... continue reading
Like many readily available American beers, a lot of the Mexican beers you come across offer little in the way of flavor. We’re not saying partying with a few Coronas is going to make for a bad Cinco de Mayo, but there are some other options out there that deliver at least a little more in the way of taste.
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With the ability to keep your cold beer chilled for over 24 hours, this insulated growler eliminates the need to quickly head home after filling it up. The clever clamp top will keep any liquid from leaking out and won’t allow for any nasty build-up like you’d find caked in the threads of other growlers. The double wall vacuum insulation also allows the growler to double as a thermos that keeps hot liquids hot for 12 hours. ... check it out
We've homebrewed quite a few batches of beer. Even though they were different styles, with different ingredients and flavor profiles, they all had one thing in common. We made a horrific mess. The type of mess that takes hours to clean up and/or makes you hide from your roommates or significant other. The "kit" was ... continue reading
Besides churning out killer beers like Even More Jesus and Bozo Beer, Denmark’s Evil Twin Brewing has consistently plastered their bottles with interesting labels. From the bold and often humorous names to the almost fractal-like design, the bottles and cans from Evil Twin are instantly recognizable. We talked with ... continue reading
We'd recommend aging some of those barley wines you've got for a few years for a smoother profile, but aging something 3,300? That's nuts. While this beer isn't aged long, it is based on a recipe that predates any brew you've downed in your time. Egtved Girl's Brew is based on a recipe from the Bronze Age that was ... continue reading
With the new season of Game of Thrones kicking off this weekend, it's time to purchase a few brews to enjoy with the bloodshed. Announced some months back, Fire and Blood Red Ale from Ommegang is now available in stores and ready for your Sunday night feast. The name is derived from the slogan of the House Targaryen ... continue reading
A little over a year ago, renowned glassmaker, Spiegelau, teamed up with the folks at Dogfish Head to create a glass perfectly suited for IPAs. Now the company has worked with Left Hand Brewing Co. and Rogue to craft this glass that does the same for stouts. The claim is that the base drives foam up into the large ... continue reading