Climate Change Will Change The Taste Of Beer – Yes Really!

Although centuries old, beer is continually changing. New trends in everything from ingredients to brewing styles alter how a beer tastes. But not all changes are under our control. Beer is almost certainly going to taste different in the future, because the ingredients themselves are changing.

 

The Best Ways to Preserve Wines and Beer to Increase Shelf Life

Whether you want an ice-cold Bud or the most local microbrew that nobody has ever heard of, it’s possible that you can get the perfect brew for your mood. But what will you do when it comes to storing your wine and beer for a long time. The guidelines below illustrate the best way to preserve wine and beer to increase shelf life.

 

Beer As A Post-Workout Recovery Drink? Not As Crazy As It Sounds

There may be some good news brewing for fitness and beer enthusiasts:

 

How To Brew Cider Using Supermarket Fruit Juice

Beat the lockdown ban on alcohol with this easy cider recipe, using 100%, preservative-free fruit juice and wine yeast.

 

Heineken Launches Robotic Bar For Alcohol-free Beer Brand

As the need for physical distancing continues across Australia and around the world, international premium beer brand, Heineken, has developed a new concept designed to give drinkers complete peace of mind when ordering a beer while providing a novel drinking experience in the process.

 

How To Choose The Right Hydrometer for Homebrewing

Beer is one of our earliest recipes, and arguably one of the earliest elements of “civilization” itself. Needless to say, we’ve been brewing beer for quite some time and aren’t about to stop now!

 
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3 Types of Beer to Enjoy This Summer

Enjoying a nice cold beer on a hot summer’s day is one of the joys of life. So why not try one of these types of beer that will help you enjoy your summer just a little bit more.

 

Guinness Uses ‘leftover Lockdown Beer’ To Fertilise Christmas Trees

GUINNESS is donating hundreds of thousands of kegs to be used to fertilise Christmas trees after much of their stock went unused during lockdown.

 

Revealed: The Secrets Of The Guinness Brewery

If you are one of the 20 million visitors who have already experienced the Guinness Storehouse tour, it’s time to return for the new Behind the Gates tour to become a Guinness Completist.

 

How To Make A Chocolate Cake In A Pint Glass

The recipe, which was shared on Instagram by The Big Bakes, requires a fair few ingredients, but most of these will likely already be in your cupboard – and it’s super easy to make. To perfect your dish, wash it down with an actual pint.

 
 
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Beer is one of the world’s oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Iraq and ancient Egypt. Archaeologists speculate that beer was instrumental in the formation of civilizations