Tom Cizauskas does a fair amount of rehashing in ongoing discussion of “what’s craft beer?” that I’m promising myself I won’t get involved in today, but at the very end manages to put into words one of those hard to verbalize youknowitwhenyouseeit things. It’s the joy of the beer itself (and the joy of brewing […]
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And these are just the headlines. – Beer on demand: Craft breweries like Piece, Half Acre start delivery service – Bordeaux wine for craft beer drinkers – What’s it like when your startup craft brewery gets bought by Anheuser-Busch? – Hopsteiner picks its top hops for craft brewing professionals – Hopping mad about craft beer […]
BOOK REVIEW: “The Unbearable Nonsense of Craft Beer” Is the “craft beer movement” a social movement, a political movement, an aesthetic movement, any sort of movement? Tom Acitelli uses the term, or simply the movement, on more than a third of the pages in “The Audacity of Hops.” He does not categorize this movement, and […]
Perhaps Vince Cottone was not the first to use the words “craft” and “beer” together, but in his 1986 “Good Beer Guide: Brewers and Pubs of the Pacific Northwest” he put definitions of “craft brewery” and “true beer” into words when nobody else did. Cottone who today runs Sound Systems, a company that offers […]
What does “craft beer” mean to you? Probably no need to start that discussion again. These links are just the tip of the iceberg. But Charlie Papazian has a new poll and you should go vote your conscience. Related, in my mind, are posts from Kelly Ryan and Mario Rubio. Rubio writes about recent recalls […]