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All posts tagged "beer"
IMBIBE: South-of-the-Border Brews
There’s more to Mexican beer than Corona. Jackson, WY – If you’ve only quaffed one beer brewed in Mexico, my money says it was probably a Corona. Corona, a light straw-colored lager, was created in 1925 to...
- Posted January 5, 2016
WYOMING LEGISLATURE: Will lawmakers make nice next month?
JACKSON, WYO – Will lawmakers make nice next month? If not, will they spark up and chillax? The 62nd Wyoming Legislature cranks up next month in the budget session form. Every other year, state lawmakers have taken...
- Posted January 28, 2014
Jackson’s Nanobrewery is still a Nanobrewery
The new Brew System is here! Our new brewer, Kirk McHale, arrived in town a couple months back – he is the mastermind behind Melvin IPA and 2 x 4 Quadruple Pale Ale. He drove our new...
- Posted April 28, 2011
Beer Blog #3 – Now 8% Stronger
I didn’t intend to open a brewery that only served beer above 8.0% alcohol, it just kind of happened. My beers and the guest taps tended to be strong this winter. All these years living in Wyoming,...
- Posted April 9, 2010
The changing tastes of man: The Beer Drinker
The Germans and English have gotten beer to amazing levels over the past few hundred years. Germans have been starting breweries all over the world since the early days. So much of what we drink are German...
- Posted January 27, 2010
New Beer Blog – Now with 100% more calories
Every year the Association of Brewers has their annual beer festival in Denver, the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). Thanks to the recession, this year’s event had the biggest attendance in its 28-year history (in America alcohol...
- Posted December 7, 2009