• The Crisis Is Making Breweries Creative

    The Crisis Is Making Breweries Creative

    The current economic crisis is pushing numerous industries to their limits. These include, above all, tourism, gastronomy and the hotel industry. Now creativity is required more than ever. After all, a lot of breweries cannot sell their products. A brewery has now found a creative solution so that the barley[…]

  • Weird Beer Snacks

    Weird Beer Snacks

    It would not be a mistake to say that beer one of the most beloved drinks around the world. There are so many kinds and variations of it, but you will never have regrets or disappointment after ordering a nice glass of refreshing, bubbly, and cold beer on a hot[…]

  • America’s Coolest Bars Part 2

    Camp – Brooklyn, NY If you’re looking for a bar to hang out and relax in with an awesomely rustic atmosphere then look no further than Camp, a bar made to feel like a hunting lodge out in the wilderness. The décor comes mounted trophy’s, log walls and log-built furniture[…]

  • America’s Coolest Bars Part 1

    Unicorn Seattle, WA Unicorn is a fantastic bar, though Seattle may be known for its drizzly weather Unicorn is filled with bright colours and excitement within every nook and cranny of the place. This bar isn’t just a place where you can find wonderfully wild cocktails but it actually doubles[…]

  • The Different Types of Beers – Part 2

    In our journey to discover the different types of beers that exist around the world we have discovered the difference between lagers and ales, and looked at pilsners, IPA’s and stouts. In this blog we are going to look at even more types of beers including porter, Belgium beer and[…]

  • The Different Types of Beers – Part 1

    Many people are confused with the plethora of beer brands, styles and types of beers that exist today. Is there really a difference between a pilsner and a larger? Or perhaps a porter and a stout? In this blog we try to take the mystery out of beer and to[…]

  • The History of Beer – Part 2

    The second serving of our blog on the history of beer looks at the spread of beer across the world from Northern Europe, and how it has changed from the early primitive brews of ancient Egypt.

  • The History of Beer – Part 1

    Did you know that beer is the oldest recorded recipe in the world? It is quite refreshing that this is so for all beer lovers around the world, it would not be quite the same if the oldest recorded recipe of all time was for a lemon drizzle cake or[…]

  • The World’s Best-Selling Beers

    There are so many brands and types of beer consumed in the world today it might come as a surprise which is the world’s top selling brand. Obviously, the large corporate brewers of the beer industry rule the roost when it comes to volume sales, the independent brewers of ales[…]

  • The Different Types and Styles of Beer

    Going into your local pub and ordering a beer is getting harder and harder, the choice of types and styles of beers now available is staggering. There are different types of real ales, craft beers, exotic bottled beers, keg beers, the list is endless. It is now possible to go[…]