Interesting beer news we’ve gathered and thought you’d want to check it out.
A teenage Larry Bell first discovered a wider world of beer in the mid-1970s when his older brother, who lived in Washington, D.C., snuck him into that city’s old Brickskeller restaurant, which then held the Guinness world record for most commercially available beers (1,072).
Wheaties, it’s not just for breakfast anymore. The cereal that has built its brand on the images of athletic achievement has partnered with craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited edition Hefeweizen beer. It’s name? HefeWheaties.
Is there an official beer of summer? Starting well before Memorial Day each year, ales and lagers with summer in their names, picturing all manner of warm-weather activities or leisure, begin arriving on shelves and on tap. It’s a can-popular season, and from lightly spiced ales to citrus-heavy wheats, or even specialty-branded American lagers, there’s a lot of choice for the modern summer drinker. Now there’s even more.