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11 meer tophandwerkbrouerye: lesers se keuse

11 meer tophandwerkbrouerye: lesers se keuse

Hierdie handwerkbrouerye verdien ook 'n bietjie liefde, volgens u lesers

Boneyard -brouery, Bend, Ore.

Ons het van ons lesers gehoor dat die Stille Oseaan Noordwes, veral Bend, Ore. En ons het geluister: daarom het ons geweet dat ons moet kyk na hierdie brouery wat deur lesers voorgestel word. Ons hoor dat die RFM IPA nie te mis is nie, en laat ons maar sê dat Hop Venom IPA en Notorious Triple IPA, onderskeidelik 10 persent en 12 persent ABV, lyk asof hulle 'n hap het. Ons kyk na hierdie Oregon -brouery om te sien wat daarna gebeur.

Deschutes Brouery, Bend, Ore.

Nog 'n Bend, Ore brouery om baie liefde te ontvang? Dit ontwrig natuurlik (dit was 'n naaswenner in ons eie peiling). Volgens Luke Skyora, senior redakteur van die tydskrif Wine & Spirits, verdien Deschutes sy goeie naam "vir hul betroubaarheid en toewyding om te balanseer oor bomaanvalle."

Fullsteam -brouery, Durham, N.

Daar was verontwaardiging toe ons aanvanklike lys brouerye geen van Noord -Carolina bevat nie - ons weet dit. Maar dit beteken nie dat ons nie baie liefde vir die handwerkbrouerye van Noord -Carolina het nie, insluitend Fullsteam -brouery. Fullsteam weet hoe om die beste uit die staat se produkte en hulpbronne te haal, soos plaaslik gekweekte basiliekruid en gerookte hikorie, plaaslik verboude gars, en dit in sy brouerye in te bring. Met beide 'n stewige reeks vlagskipbier en 'esoteriese' bier, is daar iets vir almal om by Fullsteam lief te hê.

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond, Va.

Hierdie brouery, Hardywood Park, wat deur die leser voorgestel word, is die liefdeskind van twee vriende, het homebrewers geword, BCJP-beoordelaars en ciccerones geword. En daarmee saam het Hardywood Park 'n toewyding aan sy wortels in Richmond getoon met 'n paar ongewone bierstyle, soos 'n IPA met 'community hop' en die Hardywood Saison Rustica, met plaaslik gegroeide sitroengras, steranys en peperkorrels.

Hill Farmstead Brewery, Greensboro, Vt.

Hill Farmstead mag sy bier slegs in Vermont verkoop, maar dit het die fanbase nie afgeskrik nie. Hill Farmstead maak van die mees "begeerlike" biere in die land, wat Clare Goggin Sivits, skrywer van BeerGoggin.com, herdefinieer wat 'plaaslik' in 'n ambagsbier beteken (die brouery op 'n plaas). Dit is miskien 'n jong brouery, maar ons sal wag om te sien waar die brouery in 2014 gaan.

Hops & Grain, Austin

Een van die naaswenners in ons meningspeiling, Hops & Grains, het 'n groeiende aanhangersbasis in 'n stad vol ambagsbier-en ons kan sien hoekom. 'N Wêreldbeker -wenner in 2012 vir sy altbier, Hops & Grains het drie stewige vlagskipbiere; maar ons dink dit is hul kweekhuis, waar hulle eksperimenteer met seisoene met 'n klein, beperkte oplaag. Te oordeel na die keuse van hierdie maand, soos die Chardonnay Alt, kan ons sien waarom die kraan altyd besig is met bierliefhebbers. (O, en die kleintjies hou ook van hulle vir hul lekkergoed met herwinde spelt.)

Jester King Craft Brewery, Austin

Nog 'n gunsteling uit Austin, maar ons kon nie ignoreer hoe lief lesers vir Jester was nie. Hierdie brouery in die plaashuis herinterpreteer die aale in 'n verskeidenheid style, soos 'n Hoppy Farmhouse Ale, die Farmhouse Imperial Stout en die Farmhouse Rye Imperial Stout. Terwyl ons plaaslike bestanddele gebruik, kan ons sien waarom die bier 'n besoek na die Ceres-park werd is (veral noudat die brouery biere tuis kan bedien, danksy die verandering in die Texas-wet).

Left Hand Brewing Co., Longmont, Colo.

Ons weet, ons weet - ons het baie lof geplaas op sommige Colorado -brouerye. Maar hierdie veteraan (en deur die leser voorgestelde brouery) van die handwerkbrou-toneel in Colorado verdien lof, al was dit net vir die Milk Stout Nitro wat almal liefhet. Ondanks die groot aantal brouerye noord van Denver, het Left Hand vir hom 'n tuiste in die Longmont gemaak met 'n aantal gemeenskapsinisiatiewe, soos die Homefront IPA. Dit, plus 'n baie goeie reeks brouerye, maak van Left Hand 'n kilometerwenner.

Schlafly, St. Louis

Ons het gesien hoe Boulevard Brewing, die buurman van Schlafly, bo-aan die stembus vlieg, maar Schlafly was 'n naaswenner van ons meningspeiling. Die wye verskeidenheid brouerye, van somersakkers tot Tripel-bottels, maak dit 'n duidelike gunsteling in die tuisdorp. Daar is 'n rede waarom dit "die St. Louis -brouery" genoem word.

Star Hill -brouery, Crozet, Va.

Star Hill, 'n brouery wat deur lesers voorgestel word, is een van die bekroonde brouerye in die staat; Aangesien dit die begin van die Virginia Craft Beer -maand is, moes ons natuurlik daarop let. Met 'n groot aantal brouerye, soos die Smoke Out in Duitse styl, is dit duidelik dat Star Hill die weg gebaan het vir ander Virginiese handwerkbrouerye.

Stillwater Artisanal Ales, Baltimore

'N Naaswenner in ons meningspeiling en 'n lesersvoorstel, Stillwater is beslis 'n Baltimore-liefling. En dit het ook 'n belangrike straat in die ambagsbierbedryf, as een van die 100 beste brouerye ter wêreld in 2012. In 'n stad wat stadig groei in die ambagsbier, loop Stillwater voor.

Surly Brewing Co., Minneapolis, Minn.

Weereens kon lesers nie glo dat Minneapolis nie op ons lys verskyn nie. Vergewe ons, liewe bierliefhebbers van Minneapolis - jy sal beslis nie meer nors wees nie? Surly Brewing Co. is sedert 1994 'n veteraan van die Minnesota -biertoneel en het die uitdaging aangeneem om 'n beter bier vir die goeie mense van Minnesota te maak. Geval: sy woedende bier, 'n Amerikaanse IPA wat oral 'n gunsteling is onder liefhebbers van bierliefhebbers.


Dogfish Head ’s Sam Calagione en BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — Die uiteindelike gesaghebbende inleiding tot uiterste tuisbrouery, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast's Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is te koop by Amazon.com en word amptelik op 14 November vrygestel by onafhanklike boekwinkels of u gunsteling handelaar. Sam Calagione, uitvoerende hoof en stigter van Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, een van die land se mees erkende indie -handwerkbrouerye, het saamgewerk met Todd en Jason Alström, broers en stigters van BeerAdvocate, 'n wêreldwye, voetsoolvlaknetwerk aangedryf deur 'n onafhanklike gemeenskap van handwerkbier -entoesiaste , om Project Extreme Brewing te skep.

Met meer as 50 tuisgemaakte resepte en kreatiewe broufilosofieë van tientalle Amerika se mees geliefde, gerespekteerde en gesogte indie-handwerkbrouerye, vind lesers stap-vir-stap instruksies en wenke vir die maak van kreatiewe, vooruitdenkende resepte wat die definisie uitbrei van wat ingaan 'n wonderlike bier maak. Slegs binne Project Extreme Brewing kan lesers leer hoe om 'n Flanders Red te maak geïnspireer deur 'n pastrami-toebroodjie, 'n nie-so-tradisionele Stout gemaak met sjokolade en oesters, of 'n Scotch Ale wat ontwerp is om die geure van 'n outydse cocktail na te boots. Homebrewers kan die bydrae van die Imperial Coffee Porter -resep van Dogfish Head, genaamd Mr. Hierdie ekstreme brousel, vernoem na die pionier in die wetenskaponderwyser mnr Vargas uit die film uit die 80's Fast Times at Ridgemont High, bevat Sanka -koffiekoffie sonder koffie, 'n ton bleekmout, amber, karamel, koring, swart patent en sjokolademout. tikkie kaneel en neutmuskaat om dit af te rond.

Baanbreker in die beweging om te eksperimenteer met bier buite die Reinheitsgebot (ook bekend as die 'Duitse bierreinheidswet', wat verklaar dat dit onwettig is om met enigiets anders as water, gars en hop te brou) en#8211 Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate was leiers in die versterking van die kreatiwiteit agter die uiterste broubeweging. "Ons het nog altyd geglo dat die Reinheitsgebot niks anders as 'n relatief moderne vorm van kunsensuur is nie, en ons is trots daarop om saam met mense soos die Alström - ons broers in bier - saam te werk om vindingryke biere avontuurlik te brou," sê Calagione. Ontploffende verbruikersbelang in kombinasie met die uiterste broufilosofie en die uiteenlopende, kreatiewe, bestanddeel- en prosesgedrewe brouerye het die beeld en persepsie van bier op die mark hervorm. Onlangse IRI-data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) dui op 'n groei van 151% in die verkoop van handwerkbier in style soos vrugte-IPA's, soet-/melkstoute, suur aalbome en kruie/vrugte-spesialiteitsbiere. Hulle toon ook 'n plofbare verkoopgroei van 5 jaar in bier wat buite die Reinheitsgebot gebrou word, soos Session IPA's (1,927% styging), Gose (toename van 11,594%), Imperial Pale Ales (toename van 17,343%) en Porters (toename van 107,161%).

“ In die afgelope dekade het die tuisgemaakte en kommersiële brougemeenskap gegroei tot die konsep van bier sonder grense en brou verder as militante bierstyle, "sê Calagione. 'Ek was trots daarop om deur die jare skouer aan skouer saam met die Alström Brothers by hul Extreme Beer Fest® te werk, en nou, met die hulp van baie van ons gunsteling brouers, stort ons ons gedeelde liefde vir eksperimentele brouery in hierdie selfdoenboek. ” Sedert die eerste Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003 begin het, het bierstylkategorieë in die kompetisie meer as 50% gegroei vanaf die begin tot vandag toe brouerye steeds 'n vuis na die norm verhoog en in styl en diversiteit verder vermeerder. Hierdie statistieke bevestig dat unieke, kragtige biere wat die grense van tradisionele brouery verskuif, nie net 'n beweging is nie, hulle is hier om te bly. Todd Alström deel, en wat se ekstreme bier? Eenvoudig gestel, dit is die bier wat die grense van brouery en die gesindheid, kreatiwiteit en tegnieke agter die brou van uiterste bier stoot, is die grondslag van die internasionale brourevolusie van vandag. Project Extreme Brewing vang dit op en ons is geëerd om deel te wees daarvan saam met Sam en die brouers wat bygedra het. ”

As dit nie uiters opwindend genoeg is nie, het meer Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate 'n paar avontuurlike brouervriende in die boek byeengebring om 'n ses-deel video-reeks te skep wat die evolusie en reis van die nuutste, ekstreme brouwerk beskryf. Volg saam met pelle van Short ’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, en die Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian van die Brewers Association, in 'n dokumentêre video-reeks reis wat demonstreer wat uiterste brouery beteken vir hul individuele verkenning van kreatiewe brouery. Brouers deel gedagtes oor die evolusie van uiterste brouery, die impak van veroudering van houtvat, kulinêre inspirasie, saam met tonne gelag en high-fives. Calagione toer deur sy ambagsbroubroers in sy tuisstaat Coastal Delaware en gee kykers 'n kykie agter die skerms na elke spesiale brou-dag by die broupub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Afdelings is beskikbaar op die Dogfish Head YouTube -kanaal.

Calagione en die Alström-broers het saamgewerk om Puddin 'Wine, 'n tradisionele Engelse Barleywine, met 'n avontuurlike aanraking wat in die boek verskyn, te brou. Puddin 'Wine word teen 10,5% ABV ingebrou en gedroog met kersies, pruime, donkerbruinsuiker, haselneute, sultana (groot rosyne) en swartbessies, wat 'n moutige, ryk, komplekse en vrugtige bier tot gevolg het. 'N Versnit van Maris Otter, Pils en donker kristalmoute saam met geroosterde koring balanseer die notas van die donker pit met gladde karamel en toffie. Hierdie Barleywine herinner aan u gunsteling Kersfeespoeding (en geïnspireer deur die werklike vakansie -resep van Jason Alström) en bied 'n mengsel van geure wat ryk en effens soet is, maar effens tert met sjerrie- en eikehoutnote. Puddin ’ Wine is 6 maande oud op Terra d ’Oro Zinfandel Port -vate en is nou beskikbaar by Dogfish se verspreidingsnetwerke.


Dogfish Head ’s Sam Calagione en BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — Die uiteindelike gesaghebbende inleiding tot uiterste tuisbrouery, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast's Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is te koop by Amazon.com en word amptelik op 14 November vrygestel by onafhanklike boekwinkels of u gunsteling handelaar. Sam Calagione, uitvoerende hoof en stigter van Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, een van die land se mees erkende indie -handwerkbrouerye, het saamgewerk met Todd en Jason Alström, broers en stigters van BeerAdvocate, 'n wêreldwye, voetsoolvlaknetwerk aangedryf deur 'n onafhanklike gemeenskap van handwerkbier -entoesiaste , om Project Extreme Brewing te skep.

Met meer as 50 tuisgemaakte resepte en kreatiewe broufilosofieë van tientalle Amerikaanse mees geliefde, gerespekteerde en gesogte indie-handwerkbrouerye, vind lesers stap-vir-stap instruksies en wenke vir die maak van kreatiewe, vooruitdenkende resepte wat die definisie uitbrei van wat ingaan 'n wonderlike bier maak. Slegs binne Project Extreme Brewing kan lesers leer hoe om 'n Flanders Red te maak geïnspireer deur 'n pastrami-toebroodjie, 'n nie-so-tradisionele Stout gemaak met sjokolade en oesters, of 'n Scotch Ale wat ontwerp is om die geure van 'n outydse cocktail na te boots. Homebrewers kan die bydrae van die Imperial Coffee Porter -resep van Dogfish Head, genaamd Mr. Vernoem na die pionier in die wetenskaponderwyser mnr Vargas uit die film uit die 80's Fast Times at Ridgemont High, hierdie ekstreme brousel bevat Sanka -koffiekoffie, 'n ton bleekmout, amber, karamel, koring, swart patent en sjokolademout. tikkie kaneel en neutmuskaat om dit af te rond.

Baanbreker in die beweging om te eksperimenteer met bier buite die Reinheitsgebot (ook bekend as die 'Duitse bierreinheidswet' wat verklaar dat dit onwettig is om met enigiets anders as water, gars en hop te brou) – Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate was leiers in die versterking van die kreatiwiteit agter die uiterste broubeweging. "Ons het nog altyd geglo dat die Reinheitsgebot niks anders as 'n relatief moderne vorm van kunsensuur is nie, en ons is trots daarop om saam met mense soos die Alström - ons broers in bier - saam te werk om vindingryke biere avontuurlik te brou," sê Calagione. Ontploffende verbruikersbelang, gekombineer met die uiterste broufilosofie en die uiteenlopende, kreatiewe, bestanddeel- en prosesgedrewe brouerye, het die beeld en persepsie van bier op die mark verander. Onlangse IRI-data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) dui op 'n groei van 151% in die verkoop van handwerkbier in style soos vrugte-IPA's, soet-/melkstoute, suur aalbome en kruie/vrugte-spesialiteitsbiere. Hulle toon ook 'n plofbare groei van 5 jaar in bier wat buite die Reinheitsgebot gebrou word, soos Session IPA's (1,927% toename), Gose (toename van 11,594%), Imperial Pale Ales (toename van 17,343%) en Porters (toename van 107,161%).

In die afgelope dekade het die tuisbier- en kommersiële brougemeenskap gegroei tot die konsep van bier sonder grense en brou verder as militante bierstyle, "sê Calagione. 'Ek was trots daarop om deur die jare skouer aan skouer saam met die Alström Brothers by hul Extreme Beer Fest® te werk, en nou, met die hulp van baie van ons gunsteling brouers, stort ons ons gedeelde liefde vir eksperimentele brouery in hierdie selfdoenboek. ” Sedert die eerste Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003 begin het, het bierstylkategorieë in die kompetisie meer as 50% gegroei vanaf die begin tot vandag toe brouerye steeds 'n vuis na die norm verhoog en in styl en diversiteit verder vermeerder. Hierdie statistieke bevestig dat unieke, kragtige biere wat die grense van tradisionele brouery verskuif, nie net 'n beweging is nie, hulle is hier om te bly. Todd Alström deel, en wat se ekstreme bier? Eenvoudig gestel, dit is die bier wat die grense van brouery en die gesindheid, kreatiwiteit en tegnieke agter die brou van uiterste bier stoot, is die grondslag van die internasionale brourevolusie van vandag. Project Extreme Brewing vang dit op en ons is geëerd om deel daarvan te wees saam met Sam en die brouers wat bygedra het. ”

As dit nie uiters opwindend genoeg is nie, het meer Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate 'n paar avontuurlustige brouervriende in die boek byeengebring om 'n ses-delige video-reeks te skep wat die evolusie en reis van die nuutste, ekstreme brouwerk beskryf. Volg saam met pelle van Short ’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, en die Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian van die Brewers Association, in 'n dokumentêre video-reeks reis wat demonstreer wat uiterste brouery beteken vir hul individuele verkenning van kreatiewe brouery. Brouers deel gedagtes oor die evolusie van uiterste brouery, die impak van veroudering van houtvat, kulinêre inspirasie, tesame met lag en hoë fives. Calagione toer deur sy broeibroodjies in sy tuisstaat, Coastal Delaware, en gee kykers 'n blik agter die skerms op elke spesiale brou-dag by die brouwpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Afdelings is beskikbaar op die Dogfish Head YouTube -kanaal.

Calagione en die Alström-broers het saamgewerk om Puddin 'Wine, 'n tradisionele Engelse Barleywine, met 'n avontuurlike aanraking wat in die boek verskyn, te brou. Puddin 'Wine word teen 10,5% ABV ingebrou en gedroog met kersies, pruime, donkerbruinsuiker, haselneute, sultana (groot rosyne) en swartbessies, wat 'n moutige, ryk, komplekse en vrugtige bier tot gevolg het. 'N Versnit van Maris Otter, Pils en donker kristalmoute saam met geroosterde koring balanseer die notas van die donker pit met gladde karamel en toffie. Hierdie Barleywine herinner aan u gunsteling Kerspoeding (en geïnspireer deur die werklike vakansie -resep van Jason Alström) en bied 'n mengsel van geure wat ryk en effens soet is, maar effens tert met sjerrie- en eikehoutnote. Puddin ’ Wine is 6 maande oud op Terra d ’Oro Zinfandel Port -vate en is nou beskikbaar by Dogfish se verspreidingsnetwerke.


Dogfish Head ’s Sam Calagione en BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — Die uiteindelike gesaghebbende inleiding tot uiterste tuisbrouery, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast's Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is te koop by Amazon.com en word amptelik op 14 November vrygestel by onafhanklike boekwinkels of u gunsteling handelaar. Sam Calagione, uitvoerende hoof en stigter van Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, een van die land se mees erkende indie -handwerkbrouerye, het saamgewerk met Todd en Jason Alström, broers en stigters van BeerAdvocate, 'n wêreldwye, voetsoolvlaknetwerk aangedryf deur 'n onafhanklike gemeenskap van handwerkbier -entoesiaste , om Project Extreme Brewing te skep.

Met meer as 50 tuisgemaakte resepte en kreatiewe broufilosofieë van tientalle Amerikaanse mees geliefde, gerespekteerde en gesogte indie-handwerkbrouerye, vind lesers stap-vir-stap instruksies en wenke vir die maak van kreatiewe, vooruitdenkende resepte wat die definisie uitbrei van wat ingaan 'n wonderlike bier maak. Slegs binne Project Extreme Brewing kan lesers leer hoe om 'n Flanders Red te maak wat geïnspireer is deur 'n pastrami-toebroodjie, 'n nie-so-tradisionele Stout gemaak met sjokolade en oesters, of 'n Scotch Ale wat ontwerp is om die geure van 'n outydse cocktail na te boots. Homebrewers kan die bydrae van die Imperial Coffee Porter -resep van Dogfish Head, genaamd Mr. Vernoem na die pionier in die wetenskaponderwyser mnr Vargas uit die film uit die 80's Fast Times at Ridgemont High, hierdie ekstreme brousel bevat Sanka -koffiekoffie, 'n ton bleekmout, amber, karamel, koring, swart patent en sjokolademout. tikkie kaneel en neutmuskaat om dit af te rond.

Die baanbrekerswerk in die beweging om te eksperimenteer met bier buite die Reinheitsgebot (ook bekend as die 'Duitse wet op suiwerheid van bier', wat verklaar dat dit onwettig is om met enigiets anders as water, gars en hop te brou). die uiterste broubeweging. "Ons het nog altyd geglo dat die Reinheitsgebot niks anders as 'n relatief moderne vorm van kunsensuur is nie, en ons is trots daarop om saam met mense soos die Alström - ons broers in bier - saam te werk om vindingryke biere avontuurlik te brou," sê Calagione. Ontploffende verbruikersbelang in kombinasie met die uiterste broufilosofie en die uiteenlopende, kreatiewe, bestanddeel- en prosesgedrewe brouerye het die beeld en persepsie van bier op die mark hervorm. Onlangse IRI-data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) dui op 'n groei van 151% in die verkoop van handwerkbier in style soos vrugte-IPA's, soet-/melkstoute, suur aalbome en kruie/vrugte-spesialiteitsbiere. Hulle toon ook 'n plofbare groei van 5 jaar in bier wat buite die Reinheitsgebot gebrou word, soos Session IPA's (1,927% toename), Gose (toename van 11,594%), Imperial Pale Ales (toename van 17,343%) en Porters (toename van 107,161%).

In die afgelope dekade het die tuisbier- en kommersiële brougemeenskap gegroei tot die konsep van bier sonder grense en brou verder as militante bierstyle, "sê Calagione. 'Ek was trots daarop om deur die jare skouer aan skouer saam met die Alström Brothers by hul Extreme Beer Fest® te werk, en nou, met die hulp van baie van ons gunsteling brouers, stort ons ons gedeelde liefde vir eksperimentele brouery in hierdie selfdoenboek. ” Sedert die eerste Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003 begin het, het bierstylkategorieë in die kompetisie meer as 50% gegroei vanaf die begin tot vandag toe brouerye steeds 'n vuis na die norm verhoog en in styl en diversiteit verder vermeerder. Hierdie statistieke bevestig dat unieke, kragtige biere wat die grense van tradisionele brouery verskuif, nie net 'n beweging is nie, hulle is hier om te bly. Todd Alström deel, en wat se ekstreme bier? Eenvoudig gestel, dit is die bier wat die grense van brouery en die gesindheid, kreatiwiteit en tegnieke agter die brou van uiterste bier stoot, is die grondslag van die internasionale brourevolusie van vandag. Project Extreme Brewing vang dit op en ons is geëerd om deel daarvan te wees saam met Sam en die brouers wat bygedra het. ”

As dit nie uiters opwindend genoeg is nie, het meer Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate 'n paar avontuurlustige brouervriende in die boek byeengebring om 'n ses-delige video-reeks te skep wat die evolusie en reis van die nuutste, ekstreme brouwerk beskryf. Volg saam met vriende van Short ’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, en the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian van die Brewers Association, in 'n dokumentêre-styl video reeks reis wat demonstreer wat uiterste brouery beteken vir hul individuele verkenning van kreatiewe brouery. Brouers deel gedagtes oor die evolusie van uiterste brouery, die impak van veroudering van houtvat, kulinêre inspirasie, tesame met lag en hoë fives. Calagione toer deur sy broeibroodjies in sy tuisstaat, Coastal Delaware, en gee kykers 'n blik agter die skerms op elke spesiale brou-dag by die brouwpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Afdelings is beskikbaar op die Dogfish Head YouTube -kanaal.

Calagione en die Alström-broers het saamgewerk om Puddin 'Wine, 'n tradisionele Engelse Barleywine, met 'n avontuurlike aanraking wat in die boek verskyn, te brou. Puddin 'Wine word teen 10,5% ABV ingebrou en gedroog met kersies, pruime, donkerbruinsuiker, haselneute, sultana (groot rosyne) en swartbessies, wat 'n moutige, ryk, komplekse en vrugtige bier tot gevolg het. 'N Versnit van Maris Otter, Pils en donker kristalmoute saam met geroosterde koring balanseer die notas van die donker pit met gladde karamel en toffie. Hierdie Barleywine herinner aan u gunsteling Kerspoeding (en geïnspireer deur die werklike vakansie -resep van Jason Alström) en bied 'n mengsel van geure wat ryk en effens soet is, maar effens tert met sjerrie- en eikehoutnote. Puddin ’ Wine is 6 maande oud op Terra d ’Oro Zinfandel Port -vate en is nou beskikbaar by Dogfish se verspreidingsnetwerke.


Dogfish Head ’s Sam Calagione en BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — Die uiteindelike gesaghebbende inleiding tot uiterste tuisbrouery, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast's Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is te koop by Amazon.com en word amptelik op 14 November vrygestel by onafhanklike boekwinkels of u gunsteling handelaar. Sam Calagione, uitvoerende hoof en stigter van Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, een van die land se mees erkende indie -handwerkbrouerye, het saamgewerk met Todd en Jason Alström, broers en stigters van BeerAdvocate, 'n wêreldwye, voetsoolvlaknetwerk aangedryf deur 'n onafhanklike gemeenskap van handwerkbier -entoesiaste , om Project Extreme Brewing te skep.

Met meer as 50 tuisgemaakte resepte en kreatiewe broufilosofieë van tientalle Amerikaanse mees geliefde, gerespekteerde en gesogte indie-handwerkbrouerye, vind lesers stap-vir-stap instruksies en wenke vir die maak van kreatiewe, vooruitdenkende resepte wat die definisie uitbrei van wat ingaan 'n wonderlike bier maak. Slegs binne Project Extreme Brewing kan lesers leer hoe om 'n Flanders Red te maak wat geïnspireer is deur 'n pastrami-toebroodjie, 'n nie-so-tradisionele Stout gemaak met sjokolade en oesters, of 'n Scotch Ale wat ontwerp is om die geure van 'n outydse cocktail na te boots. Homebrewers kan die bydrae van die Imperial Coffee Porter -resep van Dogfish Head, genaamd Mr. Hierdie ekstreme brousel, vernoem na die pionier in die wetenskaponderwyser mnr Vargas uit die film uit die 80's Fast Times at Ridgemont High, bevat Sanka -koffiekoffie sonder koffie, 'n ton bleekmout, amber, karamel, koring, swart patent en sjokolademout. tikkie kaneel en neutmuskaat om dit af te rond.

Baanbreker in die beweging om te eksperimenteer met bier buite die Reinheitsgebot (ook bekend as die 'Duitse bierreinheidswet' wat verklaar dat dit onwettig is om met enigiets anders as water, gars en hop te brou) – Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate was leiers in die versterking van die kreatiwiteit agter die uiterste broubeweging. "Ons het nog altyd geglo dat die Reinheitsgebot niks anders as 'n relatief moderne vorm van kunsensuur is nie, en ons is trots daarop om saam met mense soos die Alström - ons broers in bier - saam te werk om vindingryke biere avontuurlik te brou," sê Calagione. Ontploffende verbruikersbelang, gekombineer met die uiterste broufilosofie en die uiteenlopende, kreatiewe, bestanddeel- en prosesgedrewe brouerye, het die beeld en persepsie van bier op die mark verander. Onlangse IRI-data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) dui op 'n groei van 151% in die verkoop van handwerkbier in style soos vrugte-IPA's, soet-/melkstoute, suur aalbome en kruie/vrugte-spesialiteitsbiere. Hulle toon ook 'n plofbare groei van 5 jaar in bier wat buite die Reinheitsgebot gebrou word, soos Session IPA's (1,927% toename), Gose (toename van 11,594%), Imperial Pale Ales (toename van 17,343%) en Porters (toename van 107,161%).

“ In die afgelope dekade het die tuisgemaakte en kommersiële brougemeenskap gegroei tot die konsep van bier sonder grense en brou verder as militante bierstyle, "sê Calagione. 'Ek was trots daarop om deur die jare skouer aan skouer saam met die Alström Brothers by hul Extreme Beer Fest® te werk, en nou, met die hulp van baie van ons gunsteling brouers, stort ons ons gedeelde liefde vir eksperimentele brouery in hierdie selfdoenboek. ” Sedert die eerste Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003 begin het, het bierstylkategorieë in die kompetisie meer as 50% gegroei vanaf die begin tot vandag toe brouerye steeds 'n vuis na die norm verhoog en in styl en diversiteit verder vermeerder. Hierdie statistieke bevestig dat unieke, kragtige biere wat die grense van tradisionele brouery verskuif, nie net 'n beweging is nie, hulle is hier om te bly. Todd Alström deel, en wat se ekstreme bier? Eenvoudig gestel, dit is die bier wat die grense van brouery en die gesindheid, kreatiwiteit en tegnieke agter die brou van uiterste bier stoot, is die grondslag van die internasionale brourevolusie van vandag. Project Extreme Brewing vang dit op en ons is geëerd om deel daarvan te wees saam met Sam en die brouers wat bygedra het. ”

As dit nie uiters opwindend genoeg is nie, het meer Dogfish Head en BeerAdvocate 'n paar avontuurlustige brouervriende in die boek byeengebring om 'n ses-delige video-reeks te skep wat die evolusie en reis van die nuutste, ekstreme brouwerk beskryf. Volg saam met pelle van Short ’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, en die Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian van die Brewers Association, in 'n dokumentêre video-reeks reis wat demonstreer wat uiterste brouery beteken vir hul individuele verkenning van kreatiewe brouery. Brouers deel gedagtes oor die evolusie van uiterste brouery, die impak van veroudering van houtvat, kulinêre inspirasie, tesame met lag en hoë fives. Calagione toer deur sy broeibroodjies in sy tuisstaat, Coastal Delaware, en gee kykers 'n blik agter die skerms op elke spesiale brou-dag by die brouwpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Afdelings is beskikbaar op die Dogfish Head YouTube -kanaal.

Calagione en die Alström-broers het saamgewerk om Puddin 'Wine, 'n tradisionele Engelse Barleywine, met 'n avontuurlike aanraking wat in die boek verskyn, te brou. Puddin 'Wine word teen 10,5% ABV ingebrou en gedroog met kersies, pruime, donkerbruinsuiker, haselneute, sultana (groot rosyne) en swartbessies, wat 'n moutige, ryk, komplekse en vrugtige bier tot gevolg het. 'N Versnit van Maris Otter, Pils en donker kristalmoute saam met geroosterde koring balanseer die notas van die donker pit met gladde karamel en toffie. Hierdie Barleywine herinner aan u gunsteling Kersfeespoeding (en geïnspireer deur die werklike vakansie -resep van Jason Alström) en bied 'n mengsel van geure wat ryk en effens soet is, maar effens tert met sjerrie- en eikehoutnote. Puddin ’ Wine is 6 maande oud op Terra d ’Oro Zinfandel Port -vate en is nou beskikbaar by Dogfish se verspreidingsnetwerke.


Dogfish Head ’s Sam Calagione en BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — Die uiteindelike gesaghebbende inleiding tot uiterste tuisbrouery, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast's Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is te koop by Amazon.com en word amptelik op 14 November vrygestel by onafhanklike boekwinkels of u gunsteling handelaar. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.


Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — The ultimate authoritative primer on extreme homebrewing, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is available for pre-sale at Amazon.com and will be officially released on November 14 at independent book stores or your favorite retailer. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.


Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — The ultimate authoritative primer on extreme homebrewing, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is available for pre-sale at Amazon.com and will be officially released on November 14 at independent book stores or your favorite retailer. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.


Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — The ultimate authoritative primer on extreme homebrewing, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is available for pre-sale at Amazon.com and will be officially released on November 14 at independent book stores or your favorite retailer. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.


Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — The ultimate authoritative primer on extreme homebrewing, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is available for pre-sale at Amazon.com and will be officially released on November 14 at independent book stores or your favorite retailer. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.


Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and BeerAdvocate Founders Release Book on Extreme Brewing

MILTON, Del. — The ultimate authoritative primer on extreme homebrewing, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home, is available for pre-sale at Amazon.com and will be officially released on November 14 at independent book stores or your favorite retailer. Sam Calagione, CEO and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, one of the nation’s most recognized indie craft breweries, teamed up with Todd and Jason Alström, brothers and founders of BeerAdvocate, a global, grassroots network powered by an independent community of craft beer enthusiasts, to create Project Extreme Brewing.

With over 50 homebrew recipes and creative brewing philosophies from dozens of America’s most beloved, respected and coveted indie craft breweries, readers will find step-by-step instructions and tips for making creative, forward-thinking recipes that expand the definition of what goes into making a great beer. Only inside Project Extreme Brewing can readers learn how to make a Flanders Red inspired by a pastrami sandwich, a not-so-traditional Stout made with chocolate and oysters, or a Scotch Ale designed to mimic the flavors of an Old Fashioned cocktail. Homebrewers can replicate the Imperial coffee porter recipe contribution from Dogfish Head called Mr. Hector Vargas, specifically brewed for those that dig some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and a little Sanka instant coffee in their porter. Named after the pioneer Science teacher Mr. Vargas from the 80’s movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, this extreme brew contains Sanka decaf instant coffee, a ton of 2 row pale malt, amber, caramel, wheat, black patent and chocolate malts, with a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to round it out.

Pioneering the movement to experiment with beers outside of the Reinheitsgebot (aka the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ stating it’s illegal to brew with anything other than water, barley and hops) – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate have been leaders in amplifying the creativity behind the extreme brewing movement. “We’ve always believed the Reinheitsgebot is nothing more than a relatively modern form of art censorship and we are proud to work side by side with folks like the Alström’s – our brothers in beer – to adventurously brew inventive beers,” says Calagione. Exploding consumer interest combined with extreme brewing philosophy and its diverse, creative, ingredient and process-driven brews have reshaped the image and perception of beer in the marketplace. Recent IRI data (Total Multi-Outlet and Convenience, YTD 2017 vs. 2012) indicates a 151% growth in craft beer sales in styles like fruit IPAs, sweet/milk stouts, sour ales and herb/fruit specialty beers. They also demonstrate an explosive 5-year sales growth in beers brewed outside the Reinheitsgebot, like Session IPAs (1,927% increase), Gose (11,594% increase), Imperial Pale Ales (17,343% increase) and Porters (107,161% increase).

“In the last decade, the homebrewing and commercial brewing community has grown to fully embrace the concept of beers without borders and brewing beyond militant beer styles,” says Calagione. “I’ve been proud to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the Alström Brothers at their Extreme Beer Fest® throughout the years, and now, with the help of many of our favorite brewers, we are pouring our shared love for experimental brewing into this DIY book.” Since the inception of the first Extreme Beer Fest® in 2003, beer style categories in the competition have grown over 50% from the early beginnings to today as breweries continue to raise a fist to the norm and further proliferate in style and diversity. These statistics confirm that unique, potent beers that push the boundaries of traditional brewing are not only a movement, they’re here to stay. Todd Alström shares, “What’s extreme beer? Simply put, it’s beer that pushes the boundaries of brewing – and the attitude, creativity, and techniques behind brewing extreme beers are the foundation of today’s international brewing revolution. Project Extreme Brewing captures this and we’re honored to be a part of it with Sam and the contributing brewers.”

If that’s not extremely exciting enough, there’s more – Dogfish Head and BeerAdvocate rallied a few adventurous brewer friends featured in the book to create a six-part video series documenting the evolution and journey of cutting edge, extreme brewing. Follow along with pals from Short’s Brewing, Carton Brewing, The Post Brewing Co., The Lost Abbey/Port Brewing Co., BeerAdvocate, and the Godfather of Homebrewing, Charlie Papazian of the Brewers Association, on a documentary-style video series journey demonstrating what extreme brewing means to their individual exploration of creative brewing. Brewers share thoughts on the evolution of extreme brewing, the impact of wood barrel aging, culinary inspirations, along with tons of laughs and high-fives. Calagione tours his craft brewing brethren around his home state of Coastal Delaware, and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at each special brew day at the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Episodes are available to view on the Dogfish Head YouTube Channel.

Calagione and the Alström brothers collaborated to brew Puddin’ Wine, a traditional English-style Barleywine with an adventurous touch that’s featured in book. Clocking in at 10.5% ABV, Puddin’ Wine is brewed with dried cherries, plums, dark brown sugar, hazelnuts, sultana (big ol’ raisins) and black currants – resulting in a malty, rich, complex and fruity beer. A blend of Maris Otter, Pils and dark crystal malts alongside toasted wheat balances the dark pit fruit notes with smoothing caramel and toffee. Reminiscent of your favorite Christmas pudding (and inspired by Jason Alström’s actual holiday recipe), this Barleywine serves up an infusion of flavors that are rich and mildly sweet, yet slightly tart with sherry and oak notes. Aged for 6 months on Terra d’Oro Zinfandel Port barrels, Puddin’ Wine is now available throughout Dogfish’s distribution networks.