St. Patricks day is know for its green beer. The only problem is that most bars serve really bad beer…then they make it green. So I want to show how to make your own green beer so you can make it with good quality beer. This week I tried the Widmer Brothers Broken Halo IPA. I have to say that [...]
A recent trend with craft brewers is to actually put their beers in a can. Watch this week to find out why you don’t need to be afraid of this fact. We show you the reasons it’s good to have your beer from a can and how you should drink it to get the best flavor out of that canned [...]
What is the one thing that beer connoisseurs do to enjoy their beer more. While things might vary between each one, there is one key truth between each one. They drink with intention and take notes on their beer. Learn this week exactly what they write down in their notes.
I sat down the other day with Aaron Burnett to talk about his past addictions, first beers, how he stopped, 12 step-programs and the sort. Aaron is one of the on-air personalities of the “World Famous Buck and Dex Show” here in Albuquerque. He got saved last year and has been sharing his new faith in Jesus ever since. It’s [...]
I had the chance the other day to sit down with Greg Mays. Greg is the author of Simple Cocktails at Home and a Christian. He is a local Albuquerque guy. We originally met through theBeerean and now we go to church together. We talk about the idea behind his book and why a Christian is writing a book about cocktails. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K628y9sDnYQ[/youtube]
With the Superbowl being only six days away, I thought I would share with you a little video of something you could make for the big day. A BEER FRIDGE CANNON!!!! This thing is awesomeness wrapped in rainbows and dipped in children’s smiles. So the first time you look at this beer fridge cannon, it looks totally fake. But as [...]
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/19380467[/vimeo] Now You Can Call it a Come Back! from Greg Qualls on Vimeo. I know a few months ago I told you to not a call my return to theBeerean a come back…well things change. I’m going to officially call this a come back. Tell your family. Tell your friends. Tell your coworkers. Even tell that creepy guy jogs [...]
Honestly, there is this weird tension in me right now. I’m sad that I’m saying goodbye to being the main contributor on this blog, but I feel a since of relief. As you can probably tell, I haven’t had the time to devote to this blog as I did when I first started it several months ago. Because of that, I’ve become overly guilty and stressed. I love beer, and I love the friends that I’ve made through this blog.
What’s the best way to ultimately enjoy your beer. The only way you can truly enjoy your beer is if beer isn’t your ultimate joy. What this weeks Beer Tip of the Week for more on this thought.
What should you do with your beer that has gone bad? It might be the death of you to drink it, but it still has the ability to give some life.
Had to go short and sweet this week. I have a lot on my plate right now. But I hope this tip is helpful to everyone out there.
Here is an interesting thought. The fact that we actually have the physical capacity to enjoy the food we eat and the beer we drink is a sign that God wants us to enjoy them. Watch the video for more thoughts on this.
Some people might think that putting some lime in your beer is as easy as squeezing a little lime into your bottle. But thre is one more step that you need to do.
Beer Tip of the Week gives tips that focus on the entire beer drinking experience. We focus on tips for everything from buying your beer (coming in a future episode) to cleaning your glasses when you’re done. This episode focuses on the later.
This is the last week on how to store your beer. So far we’ve looked at avoiding light and extreme temperatures. This time we take a look at how soon you should drink your beer.
Unlike other alcoholic beverages, beer will go bad with time. It has a shelf life. This is why some breweries have put clear born on dates on the labels of their beverages. They want their consumer to know how long ago their beer was made. The fresher your beer the better flavor you are going to get from it.