Beer documentary Beers of Joy got picked up by Gravitas Ventures and has a release date of March 1 set. Check out the trailer below.
Tiny bubbles in my Pig, makes me happy
In the past, I lamented the death of the 22 year Toronado Barleywine Festival, probably at the hands of organizers of SF Beer Week. But, phoenix has risen and the Barleywine Festival is alive!!! Starting at 11am, October 1, 2016… Continue Reading →
It’s always a cool story to hear when a some homebrewers get together to open their dream, a real production brewery. It’s an even better story when that brewery opens to great support from the community. Include with that a… Continue Reading →
We’re proud to announce the latest source of entertainment for beer geeks all over the world — well at least the ones with the new Apple TV, the Beergeek.com TV app. This app curates the best of the best of… Continue Reading →
In an ad created for an Argentine beer company, Salta, rugby players had missing teeth replaced with a specially designed tooth that functioned as a bottle opener. Not a bad idea for an ad, but would you do it? Notice… Continue Reading →
Seems like more and more craft beer is coming out in cans. And this beergeek approves. The cans are safer, lighter, and you can fit more in a small space (like a small cooler or a large pocket). Not to… Continue Reading →
Old Potrero Rye = Skyy Rye? Anchor Steam by Skyy? Skyy Gin?
SF Beer Week kicks off Saturday. Are you ready?
NBC 17 – News – Beer Festival Turns Durham Bulls Baseball Field Into Nightmarish Field 8000 beer drinkers + baseball field = trashed.
Beer For Dogs! Share a beer with your best friend! — if you really love your dog you’d give it a cat smoothie instead.
Researchers: Hops in Beer May Be Healthy – Yahoo! News — who knew? — no information on if that beer gut is healthy or not. I think I’ll keep mine just to make sure.
“As a longtime cheese aficionado, The Chronicle’s weekly cheese columnist and a nightly wine drinker, I’ve reluctantly concluded that many cheeses give wine, especially dry wine, a rough time. But after several weeks of “research, ” including two marathon tastings,… Continue Reading →