Let’s Learn! Citra Hops

Disclaimer: this post is going to be heavily in favor of Citra hops because they’re one of my absolute favorites.…

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Tripel and Quadrupel Ales

Beers are always trying to one-up each other, and the tripel and quadrupel styles are (sort of) results of that…

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What’s a Gose?

As we continue our journey to identify every style of beer, I realized that I hadn’t yet covered one of…

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What Makes Hazy IPAs Hazy?

If you’ve come looking for a cut and dry definition of what makes a hazy beer hazy, then you’re out…

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Barrel-Aged: All The Rage?

To answer my own question, yes. Barrel-aged is “all the rage.” Even the most conservative breweries—by which I mean “not-very-inclined-to-start-experimenting-with-new-beer-menus breweries,” are…

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Beers, Yeasts and You

At one point during in this blog I delineated all beer types into two distinct groups: ales and lagers. Is…

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What are Saisons?

There are plenty of rad craft breweries that brew saisons. Coming from the French word for “season,” saisons are not…

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What Underrated/Underappreciated Beer Style Do You Enjoy?

I recently reached out to another awesome beer blogger, Ryan, to brainstorm some cool things we could to together. We…

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Blind Taste Test: Lager Style

Last week, Holy Mountain, a popular Seattle brewery, released a few limited-stock beers that I was fortunate to buy before…

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Let’s Learn About the Different Types of Lagers

Earlier this week, we talked about what a lager is (mostly as opposed to an ale). If you missed that,…

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