Bier ist gut. For those German challenged, it means what it sounds like. Beer fricken’ rocks.
It’s the 200th anniversary of the German Tradition of Oktoberfest. That’s right, in 1810, some beer loving German royalty decided to get hitched and that’s how we ended up with the rich, amber, copper seasonals that are Oktoberfest style beers. It’s like a really long, international game of telephone that started with a traditional German marriage and horse race and ended up being a bunch of people gathering around to drink beer, roast sausages and wear the most hideous outfits you can think of.
Enjoy $5 pints every Friday and Saturday, at 6pm at the Angel City Brewery in Alpine Village.
This weekend is the LAST weekend (10/23 & 10/24) to enjoy Angel City beers in the brewery!
Beer and football. It goes together like peanut butter and jelly…like rosemary and thyme… like flies on shit or like rama lama lama ke ding a de dinga a dong. Ya’ know, like the Superbowl and the Detroit Lions – just kidding on that last one.
The parallels between beer and cheese have started a gastronomic revolution. Not only is beer versatile with cheese, it’s usually inspired. The idea of pairing cheese and beer isn't a new one, even in the U.S. Pizza and beer is a popular American tradition, and one that I don’t see going out of style. (Photo: Vissago)
Hamilton’s Tavern is a traditional neighborhood alehouse located in the heart of the historic South Park area of San Diego.
Located in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina, this beer pub has two floors of beer. Two FLOORS. This is one of the reasons The Thirsty Monk is this months Beer Goddess Bar of the Month!
It doesn't get much better than when you get to hang out around the lake on a sunny Southern California day, listening to live music, and tasting your way through over 75 different beers.
Green beer has a completely different context today than it did ten years ago. The following breweries don’t make green-colored beer, but in terms of environmental impact, its beers are as green as they come.
The following brewers don’t necessarily care we’re in a recession. They just love their beer. Some have been around for years, while others are newer releases. The following beers are more expensive than our heating bills, a delectable dinner out for eight or perhaps a new computer! Hale the most expensive beers, in the world!
Do you want to win free stuff? When I say “stuff”, I mean, beer festival tickets, various brewery apparel, pint glasses, beer tchotchke’s and various Beer Goddess garb?
Yes! And how you ask? Simply participate on The Beer Goddess! Points are awarded every time you participate. The more points you gain, the cooler prizes you can earn!