22 Jun 2016

The Sour Craze

While we are living in the days of a love for IPA craft beers, a new type of beer has stepped into the game. Sour beer offers a variety of tangy tasting notes that can appeal to beer lovers, as well as wine and cider drinkers. While offering a craft beer to someone who does […]
15 Jun 2016

Beer is Good for Your Heart – in Moderation

Numerous research studies have concluded drinking moderate amounts of beer each day can be good for your health in more than one way. One of the benefits appears to be a reduction in heart attacks. The most recent study, done by the IRCCS Mediterranean Neurological Institute and published in the journal Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular […]
8 Jun 2016

New App Helps You Stop From Drinking Stale Beer

No one wants to drink stale beer, and now there is an Android app that is going to help you learn when your beer is stale. It actually gauges when your beer will start to falter based on when you bought it and what is printed on the bottle. You just need to make sure […]
1 Jun 2016

The Happiness of Drinking a Beer Outside

People love getting fresh air during the summer months. If you want to make the most of the beautiful Canadian summer, you probably plan on drinking your share of ice cold beers. There are so many ways to enjoy excellent beers in the summertime. Some people head to quaint outdoor cafes to sip beers and […]
25 May 2016

Beer- Grilled Meat Lovers’ Next Bestfriend

There are so many reasons why we all love grilled meat. First is the flavor. Then there is the fact that grilling meat is fun to do, especially, with guests or friends over. However, in unfortunate news, the great taste that comes with grilled meat compromises on the health quality of the meat. The process […]
18 May 2016

The Most Popular Beer in Canada, the United States, United Kingdom, Czech Republic and Australia

“Anyone can drink beer, but it takes intelligence to enjoy beer.” -Stephen Beaumont, Author of Premium Beer Drinker’s Guide: The World’s Strongest, Boldest and Most Unusual Beers. Some of the top countries that drink beer are Canada, Czech Republic, Australia, the United States and Australia. Each country has a different top selling beer. Canada’s Has […]
11 May 2016

Smoked Beer: To Love or Not to Love?

Some beer connoisseurs raise their glasses to smoked lager, but others don’t understand the hype, even if they are fortunate enough to frequent places that serve this unusual chestnut-colored beverage. What makes smoked beer such a hot commodity for some and a cold case for others? While regular beer is made with malt that has […]
4 May 2016

Origin of Pumpkin Ale and Its Tasty Variations

The first pumpkin ale is believed to have been created in the eighteenth century when the hardy and innovative pioneers used local ingredients, such as pumpkins, to brew ales. Back then, pumpkins were readily available, and their fermentable sugars filled in for the malt required to make beer. As conventional beer ingredients such as barley […]
27 Apr 2016

6 Different Drinking Guidelines applied around the World

Different governments across the globe have different guidelines about what they consider the safe limit for alcohol consumption; so the amount of alcohol you can consume safely depends on where you live. A recent study assessing the safe drinking guidelines in 37 countries revealed the following: Some countries have the same drinking guidelines for men […]
20 Apr 2016

A Smartphone App To Help You Keep Track of Your Drinking

We now have a smartphone app for everything, don’t we? Among the latest applications, is the Alcohol Tracker. Doctors in Singapore developed this smartphone app with an aim of helping users manage their alcohol intake. How the Alcohol Tracker Works After downloading the app, users are allowed to enter how many drinks they take each […]