Posts Tagged ‘session beer’

Local Bars Bring Spirit of St. Louis to D.C. with Schlafly House In Session Ale

The public has been screaming for session ales. Low alcohol, easy drinking beers are a much needed antidote to the many palate-shaking extreme brews flooding the craft beer market. Starting Monday D.C. will have one: a collaboration beer brewed at the Schlafly Tap Room in St. Louis by the District's own Greg Jasgur, overseer of the […]

Why Are There So Few Low-Alcohol Specialty Beers?

Today's topic is a spin-off of our first question from readers during this All Beer Week here at Young & Hungry. The question, which Beerspotter Orr Shtuhl responded to yesterday, was about the absence of craft Pilsners in the American beer market. In what we see as a related topic, we turn the discussion from Pilsners […]

Still Drinking? Reach for a Session Beer

Yes, of course you're still drinking. Maybe not right now — or, maybe coffee right now — but today is just Day 2 of (at least) a four-day weekend, one bookended by gluttony and friends and football and friends, respectively. All of which is to say that my beer-per-day average sees an incline of sorts […]