One hop this time! Two hops this time! Three hops and a few hop products this time!
A piece long in the making, long in the research, and long in its greater implications.
“Okay, Teddy, let’s not evaluate rashly here, all right? It’s a misunderstanding. We’re not saying pilsners are boring. We’re saying that we are too boring to appreciate them properly, is what I’m going with.”
Beer is wonderful, except when it’s wasteful. But breweries know what’s up, and they have known what’s up since ages ago! So don’t worry, be happy, drink beer.
Continuing my side career as a major Trillium Brewing Company booster: My interview with Esther Tetreault, one of the most joyful interviews I’ve conducted all year (aided in no small part by drinks*), about Trillium’s past, present, and future, including a discussion of “beer therapy” and a back and forth on the company’s apparent evolution …