Archive for March 2010
IS SESSION BEER DEAD OR IS THAT DIACETYL?

IS SESSION BEER DEAD OR IS THAT DIACETYL?

David | Blog | March, 31 2010 | 1 Comment

I love session beers, but lately I’m wondering if that puts me in the creaky minority. Last week Philadelphia beer and booze blogger Lew Bryson posted on session beers for the first time in months, and he’s a major proponent. Lew pretty much sent readers straight to a piece by Ken Weaver with a headline that [...]

PAIRING NO. 3: CALIFORNIA UPSTARTS

PAIRING NO. 3: CALIFORNIA UPSTARTS

David | Blog | March, 29 2010 | 1 Comment

On Friday I paired a Belgian-style Wit from The Bruery, in suburban Los Angeles, with an aged goat cheese from Bohemian Creamery, Bodega Bay, North of San Francisco. Both companies are less than three years old, and both are making fantastic products.   Wit beer (a.k.a. Belgian white, or biere blanche) is one of my favorite beer [...]

VERMONT'S PRODIGAL BREWER

VERMONT’S PRODIGAL BREWER

David | Blog | March, 26 2010 | 1 Comment

Shaun Hill won’t make it to Chicago for the Craft Brewers Conference in April. He will most likely be up to his armpits in a mash tank, racing toward the May opening of Hill Farmstead Brewery, in Greensboro, Vt. If have the slightest interest in artisan cheese, dateline Greensboro should ring a bell for you. [...]

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