er beer style was born in Plzeň, Bohemia (now the Czech Republic), when the residents became fed up with the poor-quality ale they were drinking and brought in a Bavarian brewer, Josef Groll, with a simple directive: Brew us better beer.Read More
Search Results for: Tapped into Bloomington
When you visit our local breweries, you likely have a few favorite go-to beers, but you may also get intrigued by that newest addition
to their taps.
My love of German beers seems to run in my cultural DNA—whether I am enjoying a crisp summer Kölsch, a spicy Hefeweizen, a chocolatey Dunkel, or a rich Oktoberfest Märzen.Read More
Cooler weather always sends me looking for darker, maltier ales, especially when I am searching for a beer that pairs well with chili or a rich stew, and brown ales are a perfect fit.Read More
Usually, citrus character in beer comes from American hops like Cascade, Centennial, Simcoe, and Citra, but since I am not a big fan of their grapefruit-like tastes, I went for orange flavors and aromas.Read More