Cat addicts with a fondness for craft beer will certainly appreciate our collection of two of the best things the world has to offer. Sit back, relax and enjoy this visual adoration of cats with craft beer from breweries across the globe.


Packing beer in your checked luggage is the way to go as there’s no way you’ll get that bottle or can through security in your carry-on. Unless you’ve poured it into a collection of 3-ounce shampoo bottles. 


Are you an easy-going Bud Light drinker or trying to impress with a Martini?


Easter lunch with a difference! A rich, spicy curry followed by a cleansing frozen berry dessert, paired with Pilsner Urquell and Castle Milk Stout – perfect for that in-between autumn season.


In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, we tweak a chocolate pudding dump cake to give it an extra kick!  Chocolate Pudding Cake is a one-pot cake that’s extremely easy to make. This recipe delivers a bubbling Guinness fudge sauce paired with a rich chocolate cake. Add a side serving of Irish cream whipped cream to help balance out the cake’s decadence. This dish is the perfect end to a feast on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17).


Beer and dessert for breakfast? Why not?! Delicious and totally acceptable if it’s in these chocolate stout beer waffles with whiskey syrup!


Most of the process for making alcoholic and non-alcoholic beer is fairly similar. Both types of beer go through similar steps like making a mash and boiling the wort. Blending in the hops and fermentation happens in both of the processes. The main difference for most non-alcoholic beers is that the beer has to be heated. 


The beer and cocktail worlds tend to orbit in separate universes, rarely meeting outside of a summer-day Shandy or hangover-inspired Michelada. But beer syrups, flavorful syrups made from beer and sugar as in simple syrup, are making a case for those worlds colliding. 


While many homebrewers have already become surprised by the long-going beer brew ingredient list, some other agents called beer finings are the new addition to the list. But for a good reason. Beer fining is a processing agent that is used to help to improve beer clarity without a change in flavour. Sounds interesting, no? Let’s learn about them below in greater detail before your next brew.


American Can was the first company to developed a beer can for the Gottfried Krueger’s Brewing Company in 1933. With an initial pilot of 2,000 cans of 3.2 percent ABV beer, the company waited for consumer feedback (91 percent positive) and then went commercial in 1935 with its “Krueger’s Finest” along with its Cream Ale. But even before Krueger’s first sale, Pabst and Anheuser-Busch had tried canning experimentally in the 1920s, but then came Prohibition.