9,000 Year Old Beer to be Relaunched
A brewery is relaunching the world's oldest beer by using on a 9,000-year-old Chinese recipe. Chateau Jiahu is a blend of rice, honey and fruit which is said to have been all the rage in ancient China. But after being forgotten about for around 9,000 years the beer is set to make it's return after beer experts Dogfish recreated the brew.
Seattle Beer Festival Welcomes Drinker & Their Dogs
Seattle is famous for their weather and their coffee, but they've slowly been making their way onto the beer scene as well. After all, they aren't too far away from Portland, a city that has more breweries than anywhere else in the country. To celebrate this new beer fame, they’re welcoming one and all to the Seattle International Beer Festival. On July 3-5, hop heads and beer bellies from around the country will gather at the Seattle Center Mural Amphitheatre to test out the latest and greatest from the world of beer. There will be over 150 varieties on tap and in bottles just waiting for you to sample them.