Party Animals

I don’t know how I missed this story after babbling so much about Sink the Bismarck, but apparently the brewhounds at BrewDog briefly took back their crown last month. In late July they announced The End of History, a Belgian-style blonde ale that busted the halfway mark on the path to pure ethanol (it’s 55% […]

Sink the Bismarck Review

War has erupted on European soil. In one corner, Scottish beermeisters Jim Watt and Martin Dickie (leaders of BrewDog brewing company) grin mischievously, thinking they’ve already won; in the other, the brewers at Schorschbräu (BrewDog’s German adversary) wait silently, readying a secret weapon. Each brewery wants to make the world’s strongest beer. Only one can […]

The Last 10 Years in Beer

Last week, a new year was born. And a new decade! Before we look ahead at what beers may come, let’s flip back through a timeline of the 2000s’ weirdest beer-related news. 2000: Ah, the opener of the aughts — that’s my new name for this past decade, mainly because I want to say things […]