Even seasoned beer enthusiasts who can easily distinguish between different beer styles in their glass often need help explaining the difference between ales and lagers to the uninitiated.
In a world where even our toasters are getting smarter (but not smarter than us, at least yet), it's no surprise that the Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing how we pour and enjoy a pint.
In the diverse world of craft brewing, the kaleidoscope of beer styles offers a spectrum of flavors, aromas, and textures. Amidst this diversity, wheat beer stands out as a refreshing and often misunderstood gem—prompting the question, "What is wheat beer?"
Here at b33r.xyz we always considered beer to be a thing that unites people and maybe even fosters international cooperation and world peace. However, in the case of Carlsberg's Russian brewery, this approach seems to have experienced a Russian reversal.
We love our beer ice cold, sure. We are usually less inclined towards non-alcoholic beer, but there are some occasions to partake in this type of brew. According to a recent study, our gut feeling is correct: Ice-cold beer is both a better and a safer option.
Aren't all bears malty? That is a good question, considering all beers are made from malt (among other main beer ingredients). But before we can answer it, let's first define what exactly is malt.
Have you ever wondered what exactly beer is made of? What are the key ingredients that give beer its unique flavor and characteristics? In this article, we will explore the various elements of beer and delve into the brewing process.
Acknowledging the overarching significance of climate change is a shared understanding that transcends geographical boundaries and societal divisions. However, what many may find surprising is the extent to which this global predicament infiltrates the most cherished aspects of our daily lives, including our favorite beverages.
Scientists at Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany) have studied female binge-drinking mice and found out that hoppy beers are better for the liver than beers without hops. As we explained in our earlier article, one way to think about beer styles would be to divide beers into two broad categories: hoppy beers and malty beers.
It is common knowledge that hops are one of the key ingredients in beer, but do you know what are hopes used for, exactly? Hops were used in beer brewing since time immemorial. According to “Food plants of the world: An illustrated guide,” there is evidence of wild hops utilized in making beer as early as 3000 years ago.