As mentioned last week, we’re filling up a fantasy 12-pack of beers from brewers who will be represented at the… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Vermont
[March 1, 2010] I’m going to fill up a figurative 12-pack in the three months to come, spotlighting a few… Read more »
The Pinkus-Müller Brewery, founded in 1816, is the only one of 150 breweries left in Munster, still family-run to the sixth generation. It was the first to go all-organic, beginning in 1980, and is one of the few with a female brewmaster, Barbara Müller, at the helm.
I’d heard a lot about Lagunitas, particularly its creative label writing and imaginative seasonal offerings and one-offs, such as the plan to release beers commemorating the 40th anniversaries of each album release by Frank Zappa.
To mark Rock Art’s tenth year with a special brew, Nadeau came up with Vermonster, named after the mythical creature with one set of legs longer than the other, thereby enabling it to walk level in Vermont’s hills.
I can’t say that I find the task of beginning a weekly beer journal a particular daunting task; unless sick,… Read more »