Category: Beer Librarian

Why Drink a Session Beer?

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] With last year’s alcohol limit change to Ohio law, we are seeing more and more beers with high ABV percentages. Having one too many of these strong beers can have some headed straight to bed! Now more than ever, there is a need for a lighter and more all-day friendly beer, cue the “session beer.” You can continue […]

Show your Irish Lineage

Finally, a day that we all can pretend to be Irish! With St. Patrick’s Day just a few days away, we thought we would take the time to shine some light on two of our Irish style brews we will be pouring in honor of the day. Loughran’s Irish Stout First up is Loughran’s Dry Irish Stout.  Pronounced (lock-ran). This […]

Summer Belgian Beer Series (Trappist, Abbeys and Farmhouse, Oh My!)

It’s been a nice hot summer and we are introducing our Belgian beer style series. The series, which will roll out throughout the summer, began with Hall Pass, our Abbey Single, and now Nova Scuti, our Belgian Blonde. Still to come will be a Belgian Tripel and our Belgian Wit, Strunk and Witte.    Uniquely Belgian Belgium is a relatively […]

Happy IPA Day from Lineage Brewing!

The India Pale Ale, or IPA, clearly deserves its own holiday. This is one of the most popular beer styles in the U.S. The India Pale Ale is over 180 years old and despite its name, the style originated in England. A Brief History of the IPA In the 1500s, the first hopped beers appeared in England, originating from Flanders. Hops contained preservative […]

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