One of the most interesting and enjoyable ways to sample beers is to tour the brewery. Mrs. Hunting and I always scout out breweries to tour when on vacation, and often gain all sorts of new brew wisdom on said tours. Beer enthusiasts who go on tours are usually interesting, friendly folks who become more interesting and friendly as the beer flows. Continue reading
As amazing as beer is from all parts of the US and the world, craft beer drinkers could very easily and very happily drink nothing but Massachusetts-brewed beers. We have over 75 breweries and brewpubs in the state, many of which produce top-notch brews. Read on to find out more about our amazing brews. Continue reading
With breweries and beer choices multiplying like yeast cells in wort (beer before yeast transforms the sugary water into BEER), people are giving real thought to how to best pair beer with food.
When the only brews available were choices of light lagers, pairing beer with food was simple – either beer worked with the food or it didn’t. Those light beers do pair well with some foods because their crisp, refreshing, palate-cleansing nature washes away fats in, say, pizza or a burger, but their ideal food partners were limited. Continue reading