TITLE

Belgian-style ales, made in America

PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
Modern Brewery Age;3/14/2012, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this article, the members of tasting panel of the journal have selected best Belgian-stlye ales including Wildeman Farmhouse IPA, Belgo Belgian IPA and Rayon Vert from various brewing industry. It is stated that Wildeman Farmhouse IPA smells like a saison with pepper taste, Belgo Belgian IPA tastes like banana and clove and Rayon Vert smells like saison and possesses barnyard flavors. It is mentioned that the panel samples 30 to 40 beers or ciders every month in a year.
ACCESSION #
73799926

 

Related Articles

  • KIWIS GROWING TASTE FOR THE AMBER. Miller, Neil // Beer & Brewer;Autumn2014, Issue 28, p30 

    The article discusses the industrialisation of the brewing industry in New Zealand and the growing taste of Kiwis for the amber. Topics include the popularity of the collaborative amber Lady Danger produced by the Beer Baroness and Epic Brewing Co. in female drinkers, the Gluten Free Amber Ale...

  • LAMBIC-STYLE BEERS IN NEW ZEALAND. Miller, Neil // Beer & Brewer;Autumn2012, Issue 20, p28 

    The article explores the Lambic-style beers and mixtures in New Zealand which include the Mussel Inn Weka, the Hallertau Sour Red, and the Moa 10-Year-Old beer.

  • LAY DOWN & ENJOY. Simpson, Willie // Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE;Aug2005, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p106 

    The article presents information on some alcoholic beverages. The 2004 Chimay Grand Reserve is a formidable strong ale. It has a port-like intensity yet finishes surprisingly soft and rounded. The dark brown ale pours with a dense, uneven head and has a rich toffee/spice aroma. Thomas Hardy's...

  • Domestic case sales decline. CERNIVEC, STEPHANIE // Beverage Industry;Mar2014, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p19 

    The article reports on 0.1% increase in case sales and 3.1 percent in dollar sales for the beer category including imported beer, craft beer, hard cider and flavored malt beverage in the U.S. in 2013. It is mentioned that boasting a 101 percent increase in case sales for the 52 weeks ending...

  • ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND RELEASES FROM BREWERS IN AUSTRALIA AND AROUND THE WORLD.  // National Liquor News;Oct2012, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p65 

    The article offers breweries news briefs as of October 2012. The brewing company James Squire has added the James Squire Orchard Crush Apple Cider to its cider range. Murray's Craft Brewing Co. will release its first India pale ale in a bottle. The beer maker AB Abro Byggeri will launch its beer...

  • BREWING.  // Australian Hotelier;Oct2012, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p65 

    The article offers brewing news briefs as of October 2012. The company James Squire has added a cider range to its product line and highlights that this range has been launched on-tap into its premises. Murray's Craft Brewing Co. has decided to launch its beer range in October 2012. The company...

  • SCRUMPY. Cameron, Neal // Beer & Brewer;Winter2012, Issue 21, p36 

    The article offers information on scrumpys, including its production and taste. It states that the term "scrumpy" was originated from the English word "scrimp" which means withered and scrumping as the act of picking up wind-blown fruit, particularly apples. It says that farm house ciders or...

  • FRONTIER BEERS -- HOMEGROWN. Williams, Anthony // Beer & Brewer;Spring2010, Issue 14, p26 

    The article presents several brewing industries in New Zealand and Australia in 2010. The Framboise Reserve of Redoak Boutique Beer Café in New South Wales is said to be perhaps the only fruit-infused barley wine in the world and was the digestive of choice for those willing to spend 75...

  • ROLL OUT THE BARREL-AGED BEER. Menge, Margaret; Silver, Marc // U.S. News & World Report;3/22/2004, Vol. 136 Issue 10, pD14 

    Discusses barrel-aged beer. Price for 8 to 10 ounces of barrel-aged beer; Process of aging beer in a barrel; Availability of barrel-aged beer; Details of the Chicago Festival of Barrel-Aged Beer.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics