Beer of the Month
Hoops Brewing in Duluth’s Canal Park became one of the better breweries in the region when it opened this summer. The well-designed brewery is brightened by large, wood support beams, and there’s a nice vibe in the room, but it’s the
With fall quickly upon us, we’ll share two heavier tasting beers that aren’t too high in the alcohol by volume (ABV) column.
Let’s start with Castle Danger Brewing’s Red Hop Rising, sold in four packs. It’s basically a red IPA.
The 16-ounce can poured a shade
September is the perfect month on the North Shore. The birch begin turning yellow. The air is crisp and hitting a temperature perfect for hiking during the day and sleeping at night. The mosquitoes are gone. And breweries all along the Shore are transitioning from their light, summer seasonals to
Nowadays, if you walk into any brewery, bar or restaurant, you’re most likely going to find a pale ale listed somewhere on the menu. A style with English roots, pale ales have come to define the recent craft beer movement in the U. S. Characterized by their “pale” color (the result of a light
It’s summer—everything’s green, the woods are buzzing with life and everyone’s out enjoying the sun. Summer’s the season for paddling, swimming, mosquitoes, and, of course, crisp session beer.
I’ve been spending a lot of time this
Belgian-style beers are some of the oldest, most unique styles around—and some of the most delicious. Loosely defined by their maltiness and fruity yeast flavor, Belgians are a diverse group of brews that range from sour Lambics and fruity Wits, to malt-driven Dubbels and Tripels.