The rise and fall of an American brewery. How investment hijinks brought down a brewing empire. Plus: the keys to kräusening — and an Old Style clone recipe.
Examine and attempt to decode the first written (hopped) beer recipe in England. Brew a beer that will please the historians and perhaps be fit for a king.
This obscure beer style, which is slightly salty and slightly sour, has been brewed for over 1,000 years.
After battling Irish villagers and plundering their valuables, you’re going to want to cool down with a beer, right?
With a little help from some archaeologists, we may all be able to brew and drink the beer that King Tut drank.
A homebrewer goes back in time to brew an authentic American Colonial-style ale. Recipe included!
We have a pretty good idea of what historical IPA was like when it left the docks of England bound for its long journey to India. But what did the beer taste like when it arrived in India after the ocean voyage? Our Style Profile columnist brews to find out a recreation.
American beers, pre and post-Prohibition. The Wiz knows...
Today’s homebrewer can recreate history with a few basic ingredients and a little imagination