Dukes of Ale
Homebrew club gets technical about beer
By Marisa Demarco
The secondary mission of Dukes of Ale: Teach people how to taste beer.
Diary of a Homebrewer
By John Millington
I was a late-blooming beer drinker. I didn't really appreciate it until one night at the Golden West Saloon, after tasting a sickeningly oversweet stout. I couldn't even finish it, and I asked if Mathias the bartender had any IPA so I could wash the taste out of my mouth. All I wanted was bitterness. What I got was that, plus a load of finishing hops, too. I had just drank my first BridgePort IPA, and I was in love. That's when I began to make some effort to seek out what I had been missing and sample more variety.
A Compendium of Beer
Our brief and incomplete summary of the wide world of beer
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Encompassing a wide variety of beer types like bitter, India Pale Ale (IPA) and Extra Special Bitter (ESB), pale ale tends to be a considerably hopped-up British variety and can vary from light golden to dark amber in color. Ever growing in popularity, American-style IPA is hoppier and less malty than its English brethren and is thus more bitter.
Pair with: Strong, greasy foods like pizza and burgers, and fried foods like fish and chips
Creative Startups Accelerator Info Session at Zendo ArtEspresso
Meet the Creative Startups Team and ask your questions regarding the 2016 Accelerator program while sipping coffee.
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