Kettle sours have been an important brewing innovation and a boon for beer in the dining setting, according to Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver.
This week, we play James Atkinson’s recent conversation with Brooklyn Brewery’s head brewer and author of The Brewmaster’s Table, Garrett Oliver.
This week on Radio Brews News, Matt Kirkegaard and James Atkinson discuss the news for the week ending 22 September 2017.
The UK-based Beer Academy has recognised Australian brewer Bill Taylor, and US craft beer identity Garrett Oliver for their contributions to promoting the public understanding of beer. The academy, whose mission is to enlighten, educate and enthuse about all aspects of beer, has created a new annual award of Honorary Beer Academy Sommelier and recently… Read more →
Not too sure if we can file this story under ‘world-first’ but the most recent episode of Ale Stars at The Local Taphouse St Kilda certainly qualifies as something very special. The long-running and well patronised beer appreciation gathering launched the first of what it hopes will become a regular fixture on the Ale Stars… Read more →
A UK brewer aims to claim the title of the World’s Most Bitter Beer with a beer with a beer he estimates will weigh in at 500 IBUs. The Oxford Mail reports that Peter Fowler’s latest creation, a nine-gallon (forty litre) keg of barley wine – made using £100 ($174) worth of hops, compared to… Read more →