This week in Drink — Oktoberfest 2021

It was the marriage of future Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese on October 12, 1810 that laid the foundation for Oktoberfest. All of Munich was invited to celebrate the nuptials. Horses were run, and beer was drunk—this is Bavaria we’re talking about. The people loved it. So much so that the following year they decided … Continue reading This week in Drink — Oktoberfest 2021

This week in Drink — Malt and The Big Molé

From the soul of beer to a beer with a spicy soul; it's a celebration of beer's building block in this week's Boulder Weekly. Up first, it all has to begin somewhere: And it all begins with the malt. Often called the “soul of beer,” the primary function of malt is to provide yeast the … Continue reading This week in Drink — Malt and The Big Molé

Know your brew: Oktoberfest/Märzen

This article originally appeared in Boulder Weekly. It all started with a wedding, specifically, the marriage of Ludwig, Bavaria’s future king, and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen on Oct. 12, 1810. All of Munich was invited to the celebration, which lasted for five days. A horse race was held to mark the nuptials, and copious amounts … Continue reading Know your brew: Oktoberfest/Märzen