Join New Belgium brewmaster Peter Bouckaert—co-author of a 2016 Brewers Publications title on wood- and barrel-aged beers—in exploring the intimate role wood has played in the history of beer. Grapes and grains have been combined in fermented beverages since the dawn of the civilization. Professor Douglass Miller from the Culinary Institute of America and Chuck Bassford of Brooklyn Brewery will do a tasting of sweet and savory food dishes that utilize hops. He will be showcasing beers that each display the results of a different wood aging technique. The CraftBeer.com Beer & Food Pairing Chart breaks down pairing by looking at food components and beer flavors to describe potential interactions and provides examples of familiar dishes. BUT, not too long before, beer journalism could roughly trace its roots to one individual, Michael Jackson (The Beer Hunter). Join us for an intimate sampling of more than three decades of vintage brews from Rogue Ales and New Holland Brewing Company. We invite you to grab a beer, sit down, and start learning about craft beer with us. Educational Resources Interactive Beer Tasting Worksheets These five beer tasting worksheets help you explore three pairing interactions: complement, contrast and cut. Join Allagash and Deschutes for an intimate session to introduce the special, one-time-only SAVOR symposium collaboration beer, showcasing local ingredients from both regions. Hopefully these websites can be useful, while breaking into cellared beers you didn’t know you were saving for such an occasion. Allagash brewmaster Jason Perkins will guide tasters through an exploration of how residual spirits in barrels can impart a variety of different flavors in similar sour base beers. Both breweries will present one of their wild/sour beers paired with a regional food dish, as well as reveal a collaboration beer blended from beers produced at the separate breweries. Join Samuel Adams founder and brewer Jim Koch and brewer Jennifer Glanville as they discuss the parallels and differences between red wine and beer when paired with food. The print version is expensive as hell, and is nearly 800 pages, but its entire contents are available for free via BeerAndBrewing.com. The Draught Beer Quality Manual was written to help retailers consistently pour great beer and preserve profits through industry accepted best practices. This simple beer tasting mat helps you keep your beer samples organized and tasting notes organized. The CraftBeer.com Beer 101 Course is an online course created for anyone looking for an introduction to craft beer. In this video, CraftBeer.com's Andy Sparhawk describes a few of the most common types of beer glassware and how the glass enhances beer's flavors and aromatics. Discover how to perfectly pair beer and cheese with this guide. Sign up and we will deliver our newsletter to your inbox highlighting our latest and greatest stories. This is in the vein of prior recommendations, and it’s not a traditional education resource. CraftBeer.com shows you how valuable this experience is to chefs and restauranteurs. But now that many “Mid-Coast” breweries are fully immersed in the beer style as well, how has the category evolved? The course is produced by CraftBeer.com and published by the Brewers Association, the leading organization representing America's small and independent craft breweries. The CraftBeer.com Beer & Food Course is a one-of-a-kind resource that provides all the knowledge culinary professionals need to pair beer and food. It’s a great opportunity to grow your knowledge and understanding of beer, before venturing back into the world. Create Experiences with Beer & Food Pairings. Other Resources; From DNA to Beer: Harnessing Nature in Medicine and Industry presents the following classroom resources for K-12 and college/university educators and their students. Download the professional or enthusiast version of the course here. While you spend time in self-isolation, there’s plenty of time to read and learn. Complement your SAVOR experience by attending a mini beer dinner hosted by Julia Herz, craft beer program director of the Brewers Association and co-author of the CraftBeer.com Beer & Food Course, Jeremy Cowan, founder of Schmaltz Brewing Company, and Doug Constantiner, brewer for Societe Brewing Company. From beer service to beer tasting, the educational tools featured on the tabs below will help you expand your knowledge of craft beer. In this video, Julia Herz shares four techniques to detect beer-clean glassware and what you should expect when ordering a beer. Many brewers prefer used barrels to deemphasize the wood flavor and explore flavors from previous fillings.