Ground Breaker is a brewery started in Portland, Oregon, USA in 2011 and was called, at that time, Harvester Brewing. They craft solely gluten-free beer, which is certified as such, and rated very highly in the realm of gluten-free beer. Now, the first question you likely will ask is, why change the name so quickly?
The world of beer is shrouded in many myths and misconceptions; some easy to contemplate, others, downright ridiculous. In this post, we’ll attempt to shed some light on a few beer untruths. Myth 1: Lager isn’t beer – ale is beer ‘Lager isn’t beer’ is a completely false misconception bandied about by many cask ale
We started this blog to celebrate a carft-brewing renaissance in North American & the UK. However, I feel it might also be useful to cover some of the basics, which are often the subject of much ambiguity and debate. One of the most common areas for confusion is beer styles and their terminology. To the majority of
IPA’s or India Pale Ales have been the focus of much press in recent years; mainly due to the revolutionary craft brewing scene in the US. The origins of this iconic beer style lay at the heart of the British Empire, and it was first brewed between 1780s and 1823 in London. India Pale Ale was the