Beginning with a recipe for spent grain bread, this article is the first in a series to explore “Thrifty Homebrewing,” where we share ideas for conserving, preserving, and saving resources in homebrewing.
The following is a guest post from Billy Broas, a beer blogger at BillyBrew.com, where he’s telling the world about craft beer and sharing his obsession for homebrewing. Are some beers overrated? Nate wrote a great post about the topic where he says “Yes.” I agree. He explains that certain beers are highly rated because [...]
Guest Post: Don from Beer and Whiskey Bros. Please visit and subscribe to their site!!!! Thanks again from our beer brothers!!!! I chose to drink a Black Cauldron Imperial Stout from Grand Teton Brewing in Victor, Idaho. It is a small brewery that makes some pretty solid brews. They just released their Lost Continent Double [...]
Guest Post: Don from Beer and Whiskey Bros. Please visit and subscribe to their site!!!! Let me first start off by saying that I did not buy this beer. It was a birthday gift as a part of a bunch of singles I was given by my sister-in-law. There, at least I think my man [...]
Intro: You are probably familiar with the beer scientist, my bro Mike, but this is my official debut on Thank Heaven for Beer as Rich, the Beer Connoisseur. As most of you know, Mike left cold, cloudy Indiana for warm, sunny California. I am still in the frigid Midwest, but with my location, I have access [...]
Guest Beer Review by Andrea, wife of the Beer Scientist Let me begin by saying that I’m nuts about nuts (clarification: I want to unequivocally declare that I am referring to food here). Whether that’s raw, whole almonds; peanut butter; Nutella; or brown rice green tea with its nutty undertones–if it’s got that nutty quality, [...]
Ready. Set. Sip. My taste buds confirmed the presence of grapefruit, pine nuts, and maybe even a smidgeon of guava.
In review of North Coast Brewery’s Old Stock Ale, we are putting up two reviews: First, Mike from MikeLovesBeer.com will share his thoughts, then you’ll hear from Thank Heaven for Beer. Why? Coincidentally we both drink this beer about the same time, and second, hopefully you will note that beer geeks are not lemmings when [...]
This guest series has actually been written by Howard, a reader and frequent commenter/educator here on Thank Heaven for Beer. Since his experience far outweighs ours, we thought it only fitting to open up the floor. Thanks Howard! Packaging For my shipping, I buy the Duck brand bubble wrap at Wal-Mart for $10-$11. It’s 100 [...]
This guest series has actually been written by Howard, a reader and frequent commenter/educator here on Thank Heaven for Beer. Since his experience far outweighs ours, we thought it only fitting to open up the floor. Thanks Howard! BIF stands for Beer It Forward, which is just like the movie “Pay it Forward”, but with [...]