Back in the 18th century, brewers adjusted various porter recipes to create a stronger version of the traditional porter. This style of beer became known as the “stouter” or stout porter and took off once Guinness started selling and promoting their own style of this beer. Over the past couple centuries, the lines between porters and… Continue reading Stouts: How Do They Differ From Porters?
Living in the suburbs can be difficult for beer drinkers, but not for those who live in Chalfont, PA. Tower Hill Brewery opened in 2015, when Stan Kraft decided that he wanted to create an upper-class Gastropub, who appreciates hand crafted beer and handmade food that goes along with it!
Craft brewers is the U.S. have continuously been experimenting with different types of porters and their traditional ingredients, making it difficult for beer drinkers to identify the difference between a stout and a porter. To help you get a better understanding, I covered the five basic types of craft porters. Have fun learning about porters!!
Did you know that the neighborhood of Kensington used to be hot spot for breweries in the 19th century? Are you looking for a new Taproom to check out in Philadelphia? Well St. Benjamin Brewing Company is the perfect place to visit for some quality craft beer and enjoyable food!
Were you ever curious about the different Belgian-style beers out there? Did you even know that there various different styles? Today, we will talk about the seven Belgian-style beers that craft brewers are constantly creating!
Looking for a new brewery to check out over the holidays? Do you want to escape the congested city and enjoy some craft beer? Well if you do, Stickman Brews is the place to check out!
Did you know that beer advertising wasn’t popular until the 1950s? Do you know what it means to be a craft brewery today? If your curious about the answers to these questions keep reading!