Is this a "magic" beer dispenser?
Heineken has created a system that they claim cuts a pubs energy use by up to 90%.
The new dispensing system dubbed SmartDispense was developed by Heineken as part of their green brewing initiative.
No more lines to clean weekly
One of the big complaints besides cooling beer is having to keep lines cleaned at least weekly. With the new system Heineken claims that the average bar can save 75% of the water and chemicals as well as beer that have been traditionally used during the cleaning process.
The history of beer is long and storied, and no one can say with certainty how it came to be. Most historians think that beer came about as an accident, and I agree with this. Unlike mead, or even wine, making beer is not really a straight forward process. It makes sense that it just “sorta happened.”
I decided to do some vegetarian cooking with beer and since my friend David Fox is a vegan, I decided to dedicate this post to his insanity, errr, dedication!
This is very simple and great for a weeknight. I have mentioned before that I love slow cookers and this vegan recipe takes advantage of that.
You can modify this as you see fit, but don't take out the beer! That would be alcohol abuse.
There's nothing like a cold beer!
Jon Griffin here, your professor at AskTheBeerGuy.com, with another quick beer update.
As some of you may know, home brewing beer has not been legal in the United States forever. In fact, there are still some states, up until recently, which is what this podcast is about, that actually prohibited home brewing. It wasn't until the Jimmy Carter administration legalized home brewing beer at the federal level, February 1st 1979, that home brewing became legal at all.
Jon Griffin here, your professor at AskTheBeerGuy.com with another quick beer update.
I should start calling this the “Green Bottle Review Session,” but here we are. We’re going to review a Stella Artois that I happened to find without the case punctured—no holes in it, so there should be no light that has gotten to it. As you can see, it pours fairly nice, as you would expect; nice carbonation with the bubbles; head retention’s moderate—went away fairly quickly, but it does leave a little white tiny head on the top.
Here is my review of Samuel Adams Little White Rye.
Welcome to another edition of "Ask The Beer Guy." This is your host, Jon Griffin, the beer-drinking professor.
What I have in my beer stained hands is some Pilsner Urquell. It comes in green bottles, but if there’s one thing that I hate, it’s green bottle beer. So why am I showing you this? Because you’ll notice the box is completely sealed, even the parts where these two grocery store handlers usually ruin it. I happen to find one, so I’m going to buy it and drink it tonight. What are we going to drink it with? Well, it’s spring time in Las Vegas. A little breeze blowing in the back. I’ve got some noisy kids in my Jacuzzi, but we’re going to do some barbecuing.