Kinnegar Brewing, Donegal – Brewers At Play – 18.1 and 18.2 Juicy Session IPA 3.8% ABV

Beer #266 Brewery: Kinnegar Brewing, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Beer: Brewers At Play – No. 18.1 Juicy Session IPA 3.8% ABV Style: Pale Ale – New England In keeping with the philosophy of the Brewers at Play series, this collaboration with HONESTBREW and YAKIMA CHIEF HOPS trials a new hop blend against a background of slightly… Continue reading Kinnegar Brewing, Donegal – Brewers At Play – 18.1 and 18.2 Juicy Session IPA 3.8% ABV

#150 Porterhouse Brewing Company Hersbrucker Pilsner

My review on Porterhouse Brewing Co’s Hersbrucker Pilsner Catch me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thebeerguy-Harry-Meadows/191085667749821 Twatter: https://twitter.com/HarryMeadows93 I’m Harry, a student who was fed up with drinking mass produced crap beer. I wanted real beer, real ale, and I found it. I now review it. Take a look! source

Beer Review # 1166 Three Floyds Brewing Brian Boru Red Ale

Three Floyds Brewing Brian Boru Red Ale is the beer reviewed follow me now on Twitter http://twitter.com/Gregsbeerreview Facebook- facebook.com/greg.puckett.16 Google + https://plus.google.com/109076719725827373032 Gregsbeerreviews T Shirt 2013 video and info http://youtu.be/nDiChJ8c42M Gregsbeerreviews Bottle Openers 2013 video and info http://youtu.be/fFiN-V_5kqs BEER SCALE 1- UNDRINKABLE 2- F 3- D 4- C 5- B- 6- B 7- B+ 8-… Continue reading Beer Review # 1166 Three Floyds Brewing Brian Boru Red Ale

Kinnegar Brewing, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland – Olan's Tart 5% ABV

Beer #251 Brewery: Kinnegar Brewing, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland – Collaboration with Dan Kelly’s Cider Beer: Olan’s Tart 5% ABV Style: Sour – Fruited Clean, crisp, apple sour made with freshly pressed apple juice from our friends at Dan Kelly’s Cider. Bought from Honestbrew Beer reviews from Don. Learning how to taste and appreciate craft… Continue reading Kinnegar Brewing, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland – Olan's Tart 5% ABV

Irish Mafia Brewing Company Interview!!!

We are onsite at the Irish Mafia Brewing company. They have been open for 2 years. The owner is Mark Mansfield. He is one of the brothers that owns Brothers Winery. Irish Mafia Brewing Company: Address: 2971 Whalen Rd, Bloomfield, NY 14469 Phone: (585) 257-5172 Web-page: https://www.irishmafiabrewing.com The beer and the wings are amazing and… Continue reading Irish Mafia Brewing Company Interview!!!

Wicklow Wolf Brewing Company, Ireland – Elevation Pale Ale 4.8% ABV

Beer #150 Brewery: Wicklow Wolf Brewing Company, Newtown Mount Kennedy, Leinster Ireland Beer: Elevation Pale Ale 4.8% ABV Style: Pale Ale – American This aromatic & flavourful Pale Ale showcases a blend of fruity characteristics typical from the Mosaic hop which is used in abundance in this beer. Bought from Beer52 Beer reviews from Don.… Continue reading Wicklow Wolf Brewing Company, Ireland – Elevation Pale Ale 4.8% ABV

Ale vs. Lager Beer — What's the Difference?

Let’s talk beer. What’s the difference between an ale and a lager? To find out, we visited Boomtown Brewery in Los Angeles, and met with Production Manager, Benjamin Turkel, who explained the similarities and differences between the two beers. Benjamin took us through the different style points and production methods to learn ultimately what separates… Continue reading Ale vs. Lager Beer — What's the Difference?

Big Trends & Breweries in 2021 | The Craft Beer Channel

Check out last year’s video and see how we did in 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3KI9ylOwYM Big Trends & Breweries in 2021 | The Craft Beer Channel Welcome to a New Year, a new start. The world may be an uncertain place but we’re certain there are some positives to be found in all the amazing new breweries… Continue reading Big Trends & Breweries in 2021 | The Craft Beer Channel

Brewing an IRISH RED ALE With MORE FLAVOR | Grain to Glass in SEVEN DAYS

Strapped for time before St Patrick’s Day? In this video I show you how to make an Irish Red Ale, which is very easy to take from grain to glass in a week. By pitching a very healthy yeast starter and by oxygenating with pure O2, I was able to get fermentation to complete in… Continue reading Brewing an IRISH RED ALE With MORE FLAVOR | Grain to Glass in SEVEN DAYS