I’m working on a post about my recent trip to Santa Barbara, but in the meantime here is the first video I shot for Beer Belly.
Tomorrow, we will be headed to Golden Road Brewing in Atwater Village to shoot another video. I am really excited that we’ll get to speak with Meg Gill, co-owner of the brewery. I’m hoping to get more time editing this video so that I can improve upon the previous one.
I am also planning a return to homebrewing. My last beer was a pale ale brewed with Calypso hops. It was a great beer with a lot of pear and apple flavors. A friend of mine gifted me a pound of Cascade hops grown on his parent’s farm, so I’m putting together a recipe that will lend itself to Cascade. I’m thinking of brewing a (Brown) IPA, or a hoppy wheat beer.
I’m working (slowly) on a piece about my trip to Flagstaff, AZ, which is an amazing beer town. But in the meantime enjoy another issue of The Beer World.
I never ever thought I would embed a Hanson video into a blog. But it seems fitting today. And be real with yourself. We all know that you hum along to this song and belt out the chorus. Just let go and enjoy yourself.
No Joke, Hanson Is Releasing Their Own Beer… MmmHop
The Next Wave of Homebrewing Setups? Probably not…
Why Those Damn Flies Attracted To Beer
More Evidence To The Rise Of Cider
LA Times Covers Ventura’s Surf Brewery
With Thanksgiving still a week away it might be a bit premature to start talking about Christmas and Hanukkah, but it’s never too early to begin thinking about what gifts to get your loved ones. And besides, every single store out there is already completely decorated for the season.
I understand that it can often be extremely difficult in finding the perfect gift for the men in the family. I mean what do we really enjoy? Sports, Beer, Movies, Music, Beer, Video Games, Beer. We really do love beer. Well, I’m here to give you a few options for the beer lover among your family and friends. There are a ton of great options for this holiday.
The Oxford Companion To Beer – Edited by Garrett Oliver
This is THE book to get this season. This expansive book is the first reference work detailing the history and culture of mankind’s greatest creation, Beer. Read about beer pairings, pub games and the development of beer styles from around the world. $40 from Amazon