Martin Luther once said, "God himself has given mankind two forms of sustenance in the form of grain – beer and bread. Those who do not drink beer have nothing to drink." With this statement, it's hard to disagree. For years, beer has been more than just a drink consumed at bars on a Friday night with a group of friends. Have you ever wondered about its origins?
American dream - an idea so badly bruised by reality that even Americans themselves stopped believing in it. Fortunately not all of them. The American dream can still come true thanks to the passion and hard work of brewers who love good beer.
The ancient tradition and the fascinating journey undertaken by sour beers, which remained a mystery to brewers for centuries, open up a world of unique flavours and diversity. Today, we can enjoy the fruits of their experiments, in the form of various sour beers offered by craft breweries worldwide.
Hop beers have not lost their popularity for years and are conquering the craft beer market. Have you ever wondered how it happened that hops ended up in beer and became one of the basic raw materials used in its production?