When it comes to love for dogs, you would be hard-pressed to find two people more caring and compassionate than the owners of Maggie's Farm Rum, Tim and Layla Russell. With a collection of rescue pups at their home and hanging around the distillery, it's easy to see how much they love their fine furry friends. With the success of Maggie's Farm Rum, both Tim and Layla wanted … [Read more...] about Maggie’s Farm Rum Shows Love for Local Animal Rescues
Image via Vice Homebrewers Wanted! When it comes to brewing beer at home, homebrewers don't expect much recognition or thanks other than from their friends and family, and their homebrew club, too. Beer made for the sake of brewing is something anyone that owns a carboy is very familiar with, and they tend to like it that way. That doesn't mean that most homebrewers … [Read more...] about Does Your Beer Have What it Takes to Be on Season 3 of Viceland’s Beerland?
Typically each issue I cover the history and details behind a specific style of beer, hence the column name, Style Profile. This issue however, the topic in question isn’t a categorical style at all, but rather more of a genre of beer. Instead of specific cues like those found in stouts, IPAs, or wheat beers, Trappist beers are more about where and how they’re brewed and less … [Read more...] about The Holy History of Trappist Beers
Newcastle Brown. Hoegaarden. Guinness. If you’re reading this magazine, it’s 2018, you’re probably a well-versed beer fan, and these names are old hat. They’re not hard to find on tap at plenty of places around town. These days, they’re even sold in grocery stores and at gas stations. Sam Smith’s Nut Brown. Lindeman’s Frambroise. Anchor Steam Beer. You may have cut your teeth … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh’s First Craft Beer Bar
There’s no shortage of information on the history of beer, and for good reason. Beer can be traced back for as long as civilization has been around, and some say that we can even thank that on our want for beer.Hard apple cider, while not as popular as beer, has helped to shape more recent history. Whether you’re looking at larger mass-marketed brands or small, local, … [Read more...] about Style Profile: Hard Apple Cider