Dugong Dry-Hopped Red IPA Launch

The Cebruery & Large Marine Vertebrate Project, Philippines are happy to announce the release of the Dugong Dry-Hopped Red IPA. The official launch was held on May 8, 2015 at The Monastery. This partnership aims to support LAMAVE’s efforts to protect marine wildlife and their habitats in the Philippines. A percentage of the sales of the […]

DIY Keezer

When I was put on Keezer design duty, I knew exactly how I wanted it to look like. I have been a long-time fan of Restoration Hardware and everything with a wood restoration finish. A few Google researches and I was finally able to get a much clearer view on what to do and how […]

Dumaguete Dubbel Week

To celebrate our last pilot batch bottle of Dumaguete Dubbel, we declared last week as the Dumaguete Dubbel week on our Facebook page. For those who missed our posts here’s a complete summary! Our Dumaguete Dubbel is the strongest of our core offerings. A beautiful ruby red, the robust 7.5% alcohol by volume provides balance […]

Rediscovering a Lost Art

One of the coolest aspects of craft beer and the craft beer movement is the opportunity to rediscover “lost” techniques or ingredients.  Following the invention of refrigeration and the development of lagering, the popularity of pale, crisp, refreshing lager beers soared.  Certain legal restrictions have also occurred over the years (Prohibition in America, the German […]

Beer in a Cupcake

Earlier we talked about beer and food pairings, but ever thought about incorporating beer into the food itself? Everyone loves cupcakes and everyone loves beer, so what’s stopping us from combing these two together for a truly gastronomic adventure! Shying away from a mundane weekend spent browsing the net or watching TV, I thought about combining […]

Time of the Season (For Beer)

In a recent article I wrote on beer and food pairings, I commented that beer was a better pair for food than wine because beer was a traditional farmhouse beverage.  What I didn’t go in to at the time was—like all traditional farmhouse products—beer was therefore historically very closely and cyclically linked to the seasons.  […]

The Perfect Pair

The union of the Venn Diagram of “foodies” and “craft beer drinkers” is a fairly substantial one.  There is much that unites these two communities, from a passion for creation founded upon both science and art to an interest in fresh, high quality, locally sourced ingredients. For many, the idea of “pairing” food with drink […]