Beer, like wine, can be aged. In some cases, beer cellaring, as its commonly called, can improve or otherwise dramatically change your beer. As with wine, improving a beer with time requires certain conditions. Everything from the recipe of the beer itself to the conditions in which the liquid is stored come into play. Beer […]
If you’re anything like us, you don’t have a ton of space in your apartment, and that means, whether you store your bottles in a wine fridge — which everyone should own, by the way — or your real fridge, space is at a premium. And when space is at a premium, you usually wind […]
A couple of weeks ago, Chris O’Leary of the extremely useful Brew York site tweeted photographic evidence of the trip to his 600th distinct brewery. This is insane. I haven’t been to a tenth as many, yet it still often seems like all I ever do is visit new breweries.
We’ve all been there before, we had a party and stocked our fridge full of great beer and wine, but at the end of the night, there was a good amount leftover, and ideally, we’d like to make room for the other things we need to keep cool, such as that gallon of milk for […]