A Nottingham brewery has created a hybrid drink made from the fermentation of both malted grains and Pinot Grigio grapes – a drink that is neither beer nor wine, but bwine.
A US brewery has launched what it claims is the “hoppiest beer ever documented” measuring 658 IBUs, some 600 units higher than the average IPA.
A trend is developing in the United States for craft beers made both with grapes and spent lees.
US craft brewery Dogfish Head has created a new beer with moondust as the key ingredient.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly more like wine, with the traditional 12-ounce bottle being replaced with 75cl wine bottles and even three-litre Jeroboams.
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