Craft Brewing Magazine
Like the punk-rock pioneers who inspire them, Burning Beard rejects standard operating procedure and embraces a unique set of values that have helped to set them apart from the crowded San Diego beer scene.
The pH of wort affects flavor, clarity, hop utilization, and more. Longtime Port City head brewer Jonathan Reeves explains why water and pH adjustment—and measuring it at different steps in the brewing process—is a key to brewing consistently great beer.
Neil Witte, a Master Cicerone and founder of the TapStar draft quality certification for bars and taprooms, explains the basics that homebrewers need to know to keep their tap lines clean for the best possible beer.
Podcast Episode 176: The Austin Beer Garden Brewery Is Committed to All the Little Things that Make Great Lagers
Swifty Peters and Amos Lowe collectively spent decades honing great craft lagers, long before they were trendy. In this episode, they discuss their unwavering commitment to making award-winning lager exactly the way they want it.
The bright and lively nature of this hybrid style makes it the perfect choice as an American alternative to European lagers. While the name can be more sleight-of-hand than literal, that won’t stop us from recommending five we love.