Brewing

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Beer Tasting Electronic ‘Tongue’ Gives Computer Discerning Palette For Good Brews

Computerized “tongue” can taste differences in beer, with incredible accuracy, leading to better quality beer.

05/19/2015

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UC Santa Cruz Science Leading To Perfect Beer Brewing, But Ancients Already Knew The Secrets

UC Santa Cruz has perfected the science of beer, and explains how sprouting barley then roasting it gives us the craft brew flavors that are fueling an entire new culinary economy.

04/24/2015

A barista pours steamed milk in a cup of Blue Bottle coffee. (CBS)

Look Inside Blue Bottle Brewing Process Reveals Frontier Of Craft Iced Coffee Movement

In the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the 4 Points Brewery, the beer is being crowded out by a growing trend, craft coffee that you can now buy at Whole Foods market.

11/28/2014

Anchor Brewing BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red

Eye On The Beer: Anchor Brewing BigLeaf Maple– Big Flavors, No Syrupy Cloying Sweetness To Ruin A Great Flavor Pairing

Fall and beer are perfect pairs, and while I love pumpkin beers, and coffee beers, and spiced beers, Anchor Steam’s BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red was my first time sampling a maple beer. It’s a brilliantly crafted pairing of opposite flavors — an oxymoronic concoction of alcoholic excellence.

11/18/2014

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Best Resources To Brew Beer At Home In San Francisco

Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in the world. Here are five helpful resources for the San Francisco home brewer.

10/02/2013