American brewers are catching on to what’s been known in Norway for centuries: This stuff can make some fantastic beer.
In the same way that many of history’s most beloved songs have come to life as the result of beer drinking, there’s a platinum-selling
collection of beers inspired by—and, often, named after—a song, album or band.
“Both of us understand the explanation of the other one by having a look at the machinery rather than Google Translate.”
Ten years ago in Copenhagen, two high school friends began brewing beer under the tutelage of their physics teacher, Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, who is now one of the world’s most well-known brewers. Since then, the two have created more than 200 different beers, with more to come.
DRAFT’s editors taste dozens of new beers each week. These were our four favorites.
How the city came to brew with an alphabet soup of new hops.
A few of the ales aged in alternative barrels we’ve been digging over the past six months.
Breweries owned by Anheuser Busch-InBev are brewing each others’ beers at facilities hundreds of miles from one another. And you’d never know the difference.
Barrel brokers are the mostly invisible but completely vital hands behind some of the world’s favorite and most flavorful beers.
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