Archive for September, 2010

Not a Detailed “How To” But, some basic Info. on the Equipment and processes that the master Home Brewer Ed uses to brew his Beer. Only a “Select Few” get to enjoy Ed’s Eco Ale. Most of the Equipment used in Ed’s Brewery is made from “Recycled Parts And Materials. An old Beer keg, A […]

Thanks to you all; I think you have explained homeopathic ‘medicine’ to me. I shall now have a scotch.

I appreciate a nice pilsner or dunkel-style dark beer as much as the next frau. My ancestors on my mom’s side hail from the tiny village of Frommern in southern Germany, and to pay homage, I’ve nursed many a stein of this most delicious liquid. But to suggest Oktoberfest is all about the drinking? Du […]

Beer kegs have been around since the 60’s but the technology really hasn’t changed all that much. Well, we figured it’s about time. We put one up on motorized wheels and installed remote control tapping giving you full control over where it goes and how much it pours.  

A grocery store or somewhere that sells in cases would be best. It is my favorite beer but I haven’t seen it anywhere lately.

I know it’s a stretch since the closest distributor is in Tennessee, but I’m hoping that SOMEONE knows some place that sells it or is capable of getting their hands on it. I’m from NJ and I just moved here in the beginning of September, and it’s by far my favorite beer, hands down.

Anheuser-Busch — whose Budweiser brand sales and image have taken a serious licking — has announced plans to push free beer and a hipper Bud image to younger beer drinkers over the next several weeks. To appeal to the under-30 set that has ignored the brand — but is a prime consumer group for beer […]

Under the typical white and blue Bavarian sky on Monday morning, the authorities launched the 200-year-old Oktoberfest, one of the most popular beer festivals in the world, immersing the city in an atmosphere of excitement. On Sonnenstrasse, one of the main streets in Munich close to the entrance of the Oktoberfest, “the Muenchner Kindl”, symbol […]

BREWERY’S DESCRIPTION & INFORMATION: Spicy yet smooth. Samuel AdamsĀ® White Ale is brewed with 10 exotic spices: orange and lemon peel, dried plum, Grains of Paradise, coriander, anise, hibiscus, rose hips, tamarind, and vanilla. As an unfiltered wheat ale, Samuel Adams White Ale has a crisp and refreshing taste profile with the added unique character […]