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Beers You Should Know And Drink: Gose

Drinks Sean M. Buchan 7 comments

What sets this style apart from a witbier are the adjuncts. Coriander and salt are added during (or after) the boil in order to create a fuller mouthfeel and added complexity. (This tradition may have arisen from salty springs that provided early brewers their water.) Typically brewed below 5.0% ABV, these session beers are ideal to crack open on a warm spring day. More

8 Memorable Sips from FredFest 2012 in Portland, OR

Drinks Adam Lindsley Post a comment

Celebrating beer writer Fred Eckhardt's birthday for the seventh year in a row while raising money for charity, the annual FredFest at Hair of the Dog Brewing showcased rare and one-off beers from 22 breweries for its 2012 extravaganza. Read on to discover our choices for the 8 most memorable sips from FredFest 2012. More

One Big Bottle: Marrón Acidifié

Drinks Jonathan Moxey 2 comments

To create its first collaboration beer, The Bruery teamed up with Cigar City Brewing Co. to brew an Imperial Oud Bruin. This 8.5% ABV dark sour beer spent more than a year in whiskey and wine barrels before it was blended and bottled. More

Serious Beer: American Saisons

Drinks Jonathan Moxey 10 comments

Of the 17 American-brewed Saisons we tried, some were malt-focused, others spiced, some herbed, funked, hopped up, and some were all of the above. The best Saisons we tried were dry, highly carbonated, and had a balanced bitterness. More

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