Making your first brew a one-gallon batch is the perfect way to find out if homebrewing is right for you and luckily there’s lots of kits out there for just this purpose. Is Craft A Brew’s Home Beer Brewing Kit the perfect starting kit for the new home brewer? Let’s find out!
Americans can’t get enough hops. As long as craft beer drinkers shout their demand for “More Hops!”, breweries will continue to find innovative ways to inject as much of that sought-after piney, citrusy, floral goodness into their beers as they can. As a result, we’ve developed just as many means to measure it, sell it, […]
I found Mike Moses and Nepenthe Brewing while reviewing candidates for our Best Beer Labels of 2020 and, honestly, shame on you readers for not sending more votes his way. His work belongs right at the top of the best labels out there and I felt obligated to put them front-and-center in your eye holes. […]
It takes a special kind of beer “power user” to sit at the corner of the bar and fire off a great quote at just the right moment and light up the faces of those around them. Are you ready to be the George Wendt of your local bar? Of course, you are! We here at Thirsty Bastards got your back.
We featured the label art of Dylan Nadsady in our vote for the Best Beer Labels of 2020. While Nadsady’s beer label for Emerald Republic Brewing did not make the Top Ten, his loose, raw, style stood out and we were compelled to reach out to see what makes him tick.
Stephanie Stevenson placed in the Top Ten Beer Labels of 2020, winning our mildly-coveted ARTBREW badge, with her first and only beer label, “Nevermore”, for Core 3 Brewery. That’s right, her first beer label EVER beat out hundreds of others. Let’s see what makes her tick!
At long last, the votes are in! Over 1800 of you rendered your opinions and made all of our contest dreams come true. Here you will find the Top Ten Beer Labels of 2020 from our curated list of 169 beauties and voted on by you, our lovely readers and the winner of the ARTBREW!
If you’re like me, you don’t need another post about how bad 2020 sucked. On levels monumental and life-upheaving as well as trivial and unimportant, to say we were forced to “do without” for a ridiculous length of time is an understatement. Thank goodness we still had beer. What’s amazing is, breweries didn’t slow down […]