Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen Hommage (2013)

Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen was founded in the municipality of Beersel, Belgium in the 1880s as a cafe and geuzestekerij, a place where young and old lambics acquired from other breweries are blended together to produce geuze. In 1953, the establishment was purchased from the mayor of Beersel, Jean-Baptiste Denaeyer, by Gaston Debelder who expanded the enterprise by adding a restaurant on site before retiring and leaving everything to his two sons, Guido and Armand, in 1982.

The Way Things Work

There are already a few reviews up on the site, and now that we are “live”—you can expect a lot more. Like halfwheel, the goal will be one per day. If you looked around, you’ll see that the reviews follow a similar format, have similar styles of pic...

The Lost Abbey Duck Duck Gooze (2013)

The Lost Abbey is the highly-regarded premium beer brand of Port Brewing Company operating out of the old Stone Brewing brewhouse in San Marcos, Calif. since its inception in 2006. The brewery is widely recognized for its excellent Belgian-style sours and American wild ales and makes substantial use of Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus in several of its flagship beers.Of its esteemed lineup, perhaps no offering carries with it as much notoriety and desirability as Duck Duck Gooze.

Introducing Tenemu

Welcome to Tenemu.Although Tenemu has its public launch today, the roots of the site go back about 18 months, when Charlie Minato and I decided to combine my love of craft beer with his love of using Basecamp for as many things as possible. We en...

Stillwater/Westbrook Brewing Gose Gone Wild

Stillwater Artisinal Ales was founded in 2010 by Brian Strumke, a former techno DJ and producer who went by the name Brian Stillwater. Strumke started out as a home brewer who won various competitions, usually in lesser known categories using beers that incorporated different herbs, spices and wild yeasts. In 2010, he released Stateside Saison, a 6.8 percent ABV saison, and so began Stillwater Artisan Ales.