Friday, September 23, 2016
Journeys Into George Washington’s Beer ?

George Washington’s Beer ?

According to a local Fox affiliate station in New York, Blue Point Brewing Company made 30 barrels of “Colonial Ale”—a recipe the brew masters claim to have gotten from none other than America’s first President, George Washington. The brewery told  Fox5 that Washington originally wrote down the recipe in 1757 when he was a young colonel Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 23, 20161:12 am
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Journeys Into National Beer Day

National Beer Day

Today, April 7, is National Beer Day. It was on April 7, 1933 that beer could beer sold, bought and drank legally for the first time in 13 years. That day came to be one of celebration as a follow-up to the Cullen-Harrison Act that was signed into law by President Roosevelt on March 22 Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 7, 20168:26 pm
Friday, February 19, 2016
Journeys Into Farm-to-Glass Craft Beer

Farm-to-Glass Craft Beer

Virginia Tech hops into the farm-to-glass craft beer movement with a new brewhouse on campus…“The advent of a state-of-the-art shiny, new brewhouse and malting system will allow the university to shepherd along beer research as well. The newly installed system allows students to learn the latest in malting, brewing, and fermenation techniques, while faculty further Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 19, 20167:54 pm
Friday, February 19, 2016
Journeys Into A Beer Hot Tub

A Beer Hot Tub

  Check out this picture  – folks sipping beer from a hot tub full of beer (Thanks to Cool Material)  An Austrian brewery turned one of its fermenting vats into a beer pool guests can lounge in. More with a video. ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin 7:47 pm
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Journeys Into The Art of Beer

The Art of Beer

It’s smaller than a beer festival. It’s also more expensive ($55 general admission) and more selective about which breweries come, what is poured and what kind of vibe there will be. Some 37 breweries, many from outside the Sacramento region will be at the event, which also includes pairings with restaurants and an educational component. More. Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 23, 20167:47 pm
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Journeys Into Yoga and Beer

Yoga and Beer

At first glance, one might think that two different client bases are being catered to.Two different cultures. But you would be wrong. Apparently there is a growing market that bridges the two. Yoga Classes and craft breweries are  teaming up. More. But not everyone is amused (See comments). ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin January 20, 20169:25 pm
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Journeys Into Yooper Bars

Yooper Bars

There are a lot of bars in the Upper Peninsula, hundreds of them, some of them little more than fishing shacks with whiskey and whitefish for sale, many of them making almost as much money from Friday fish fries as they do from pouring shots. Randy and Kevin, somewhat ambitiously, decided to visit them all. They Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 17, 20168:13 pm
Saturday, January 2, 2016
Journeys Into Back to School Goes Beer

Back to School Goes Beer

What do you think John Belushi (Animal House) or Rodney Dangerfield (Back to School) would make of it if they were alive today ? It seems that with an explosion in growth in the U.S. craft beer industry over the last decade, Universities are getting into the act too. Recognizing this trend, some of the country’s Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 2, 20169:19 pm