Colorado Breweries and Mile High Water

Colorado BreweriesThere must be something nearly perfect in the natural water supplies in the state of Colorado. How can I be so confident in this? Well currently there are more Colorado breweries than anywhere else. So there must be an explanation for all of these Colorado breweries, but what is it? I don’t have an absolute answer nor is my opinion 100% fact. But I do have some answers that make some sense.





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Make Beer At Home Tips

home brewing kitsIf you are one of the many people out there who are a tried and true beer lover, then you are definitely going to want to know how to make beer at home. It is actually not that difficult of a process, and as well it is not expensive either.

If you are interested in learning how to make beer at home, then you are definitely going to want to read on so that you can learn about the basic process that is involved to make beer at home.

How To Make Beer At Home





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Want a Good Beer? Do German!

The Germans are renowned for a lot of things; one of them is beer. Beer is an important part of their tradition and heritage, with more than thirteen-hundred different breweries spread across the land. As far as per capita beer drinking, the Germans are only below the Czechs and the Irish.

The history of German beer goes back to the beginnings of the nation when monks began to experiment with brewing around 1000 A.D. Eventually, brewing started to become really profitable for the monks and the nation’s leaders started to regulate the manufacturing of the brew. The most well-known and significant factor to influence German brewing came about in 1516 with the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot, or the purity requirement.





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Microbrewery And America

The term microbrewery originally originated in the United Kingdom during the late 1970s. Though it was originally used to reflect on the size of the breweries, it gradually came to reflect a different attitude and approach to adaptability, flexibility, experimentation, and customer service.

The term eventually spread to the United States, where it was eventually used to indicate a brewery that produces no less than 15,000 barrels of beer per year. The term microbrewery is now falling out of touch in the United States, as the term craft brewer is preferred.





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Clipper City Micro Brewery

The Clipper City Brewing Company was founded by by pioneer Hugh Sisson, with the intention of restoring a rich brewing tradition to the entire Baltimore area. By focusing on the classic styles of beer that are made with fresh ingredients and high standards, Clipper City is the largest brewing company in Baltimore, giving the entire Bay area residents reason to celebrate.

After the inception of craft brewing in Baltimore, Hugh immersed himself in developing and market recognition of both Sisson’s brewpub and all of its beers.





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Lagers

lagerLagering, as a process, was discovered around 200 years ago in Bavaria. Here, it was found that beers experiencing secondary fermentation in casks stored in the caves of the Alps would produce beers with different characteristics than ales.

The process of lagering became very popular in areas where fermentating with cool temperatures could be maintained, although it wasn’t until the invention of the refrigerator that lagers really spread around the world.





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Anheuser Busch And Microbrews

Beer brewing has always been the core business of the Anheuser-Busch company. An industry leader since 1957, Anheuser-Busch currently owns over half of the domestic beer market.

The market share has grown so much that Anheuser- Busch now has a bigger portion of the market than the next four competitors, with the international sales being no different. Anheuser-Busch remains the leading exporter of beer from the United States, with sales in more than 60 countries.





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Brewpub Heaven

Oregon MicrobrewsEveryone knows that if your looking for the best in coffee, you go to Seattle. For wine, you go to California. When it comes to the best in beer, you go to Portland Oregon, where your never more than 15 minutes away from a quality brewpub.

The Williamette Rive in western Oregon has been the center of hop growing and brewing since the days of the pioneers. When the microbrew revolution began, the history and the hops were already there, along with the spring water, the grain, and the fruit for summer beers. As a result, regional brewers and microbrewers began to pop up all over the place.





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Home Brew In Tulsa

Lager Vs. AleIf you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you know how the beer industry does quite well there. With all those beer drinkers, everyone is looking for the latest, greatest beer. Sure, there are many beers to choose from that are sold in bars and gas stations but there is always room for improvement.

If you live in Tulsa, and you are sick and tired of all the beer you have to choose from, then why not make your own? That’s right, Tulsa home brewing has never been easier since the advent of the internet. All you have to do is look up how to brew your own beer and you can find a lot of information on how to do it, as well as find out how to brew different types of beer.





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Home Beer Brewing Kits Are The Start Of An Intoxicating Adventure

You will be right in thinking that there must be an alternative to drinking commercial beer that large factories containing huge copper containers manned by white-coated employees are churning out and for which you end up paying more than you wish to pay.

The answer is simple. You should think about buying home beer brewing kits and brew your own beer at home which will help to save your money while experiencing the pleasure of drinking beer that (if made properly) will taste the way that you want it to taste.