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The Best Irish Stouts (Other Than Guinness)

Guinness’s centuries-long dominance of Irish stouts is no accident. It’s the result of highly persuasive marketing, a romanticized drinking culture, extensive product refinement, and longstanding tradition. It’s also a really good beer and Arthur Guinness knows I’ve spent more than my share of nights in a pub exclusively drinking his…

The Best Irish Stouts (Other Than Guinness)
Food
Monday Night Brewing Taco Tuesday Lager

Mexican-style lagers have the same problem as pilsners. Most people really only think of Corona or Miller and miss out on a ton of great beers. Beers like Taco Tuesday from Monday Night Brewing. It’s a beer put together specifically to pair with tacos or burritos or enchiladas or any…

Monday Night Brewing Taco Tuesday Lager
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Dogfish Head Releases Fermentation Engastration, the ‘Turducken of Beers’

The world of craft beer is well known for its experimentation with style and flavors. For better or worse, innovation breeds new beer categories and keeps the industry fresh and interesting. And experimentation isn't limited to just beer. Brewers take inspiration from winemakers, winemakers dabble in co-ferments with cidermakers, and…

Dogfish Head Releases Fermentation Engastration, the ‘Turducken of Beers’
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Patagonia and Dogfish Head Collaborate on Kernza Pils

Patagonia has teamed up with renowned craft brewery Dogfish Head on a collaborative beer brewed to taste good and do better. Both Patagonia and Dogfish Head have embraced environmental activism and this collaborative effort sees the worlds of craft beer and ecology collide. Kernza Pils is a classic pilsner using…

Patagonia and Dogfish Head Collaborate on Kernza Pils
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What Exactly Is an Irish Red Ale?

There are claims that traditional Irish ale has always had a red hue to it. Obviously including such a definitive word, “always”, takes an anecdotal observation and turns it into an objective absolutist statement, which is never a good idea with history. It’s probably more accurate to say that red…

What Exactly Is an Irish Red Ale?
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