Home / Posts Tagged "beer history"

Articles

Beer poking is an age-old tradition which dates back more than 400 years ago. It was quite popular in the colonial era where a combination of heat and alcohol was preferred during the cold winters. When Colonial Americans were sitting by the campfires in winter,

READ MORE

Porters are a dark beer named after working-class port workers (also called Porters) that considered this drink a part of their daily lives. The Eighteenth-century British working-class preferred this dark ale after a hard day’s work. When the people in the Baltic region discovered this

READ MORE

Beer lovers can’t go too far into December without trying a Christmas staple off the beer menu. These dark, rich, strong ales are the season’s best offerings and while they may be a heavily-driven marketing tactic by modern-day beer brands and makers, the concept stems

READ MORE

The winters bring plenty of joy to people around the world as they get ready to celebrate the festival of love, brotherhood and gratitude. But along with that, it also brings a tonne of beer to our lips! Christmas is one of the best times of

READ MORE

Movies, books and religion generally like to portray nuns as serious and stern uptight women who spent most of their time with either their rosaries or rapping kids on their knuckles with rulers. History, on the other hand, paints a completely different picture. Cut back to about

READ MORE