מבשלת העץ הבודד The Lone Tree Brewery

Lone Tree Brewery: Micro-brewery in Gush Etzion.
We produce traditional crafted beers using only the finest natural ingredients.

Telephone: 02-930-9010
E Mail info@LTBeer.com

Gush Etzion Recreational Park, Abu Cleb, Gush Etzion
All are products are "Kosher Mehadrin, Gush Etzion"
Contributing Authors
Recent Tweets @
Posts tagged "real beer"
Was water really regarded as dangerous to drink in the Middle Ages?
Posted on March 4, 2014 by Martyn Cornell

It’s a story I’ve been guilty of treating a little too uncritically myself: “In the Middle Ages people drank beer rather than water because the water wasn’t safe.” But is that correct? No, not at all, according to the American food history blogger Jim Chevallier, who calls it The Great Medieval Water Myth

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/was-water-really-regarded-as-dangerous-to-drink-in-the-middle-ages/

Was water really regarded as dangerous to drink in the Middle Ages?

It’s a story I’ve been guilty of treating a little too uncritically myself: “In the Middle Ages people drank beer rather than water because the water wasn’t safe.” But is that correct? No, not at all, according to the American food history blogger Jim Chevallier, who calls it The Great Medieval Water Myth

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/was-water-really-regarded-as-dangerous-to-drink-in-the-middle-ages/

Was it ever

Gruit Britain?

The herb ale 

tradition

I dunno, you wait hundreds of years for a herb-flavoured beer, and then two come along at once. Just coincidence, I’m sure, but two new beers (ales, strictly), from the Pilot brewery in Leith, Scotland, and the Ilkley brewery in Yorkshire, have been announced this week that go back to the pre-hop tradition of flavouring your drink with whatever herbs and plants you could find in the local fields, hedgerows and woods, or up on the local moors. I’m delighted to see them, because I love herb-flavoured ales. I have just one worry, as a historian.

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/was-it-ever-gruit-britain-the-herb-ale-tradition/

Glasgow Beer Taps

Craft Beer, the (Very) Limited Edition

Two weeks ago, a beer drinker in Fresno, Calif., called Hill Farmstead Brewery in Vermont to ask where he could buy its craft beers. “You have to drive to the airport, get a ticket, fly to Burlington, rent a car and drive an hour and a half to the brewery,” the owner, Shaun Hill, replied with a laugh. But he wasn’t joking.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/19/business/craft-beer-the-very-limited-edition.html?emc=eta1&_r=0

As part of the new “alcohol-regulations” in Israel - all advertising for alcohol will become illegal - this will include the internet. 

Web-sites, Facebook pages, Tumblr will all be illegal.

- this will really hurt the small craft brewers.

Hipsters Love Beer

Welcome to  Beer Guide to London. It is “A” beer guide rather than “The” beer guide because it in no way intended to be comprehensive. It is a “curated” site — which just means these are the pubs that a couple of beer geeks — Fred and Jezza — happen to like. Jezza lives in London and is the “boots on the ground” while Fred lives in Los Angeles and does the technical stuff (but he often visits London).

http://www.beerguidelondon.com

Craft Beer Review | Brew Dog Punk IPA

Brew Dog says this beer is a post modern classic pale ale. The flavor was a nice balance of dank sweetness as well as bitter. I feel absolutely comfortable bringing this beer to a party. The Punk IPA has enough complexity and body for the beer connoisseurs as well as drinkable enough for the craft beer noob. Brew Dog sells this as 4 packs of 12 oz. bottles for a reasonable price given the fact that it’s from Scotland.

http://www.activebeergeek.com/craft-beer-review-brew-dog-punk-ipa/

Craft Beer Review | Samuel Adams Stony Brook Red

As one of the biggest craft breweries in the US, Samuel Adams brews great rarities as well as their plain flagships. The Stony Brook Red is a beer from their barrel room collection – a group of beers brewed with their Kosmic Mother Funk (KMF). KMF is a yeast/bacteria blend that adds a funky, wild, and tart profile to an already great brew. This beer scored an 85 on Beer Advocate and a 96 on RateBeer.com which means everyone seems to love it. Since this is brewed by Samuel Adams you can find it more widely distributed than other funky beers- I found one this at my local Hannafords. I poured the beer into my Tough Mudder stein, my only vessel that would fit the contents of a 750ML bottle of beer. Here are the numbers:

http://www.activebeergeek.com/craft-beer-review-samuel-adams-stony-brook-red/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ActiveBeerGeek+%28Active+Beer+Geek%29#lightbox[gallery]/0/

Dolina

Design of packaging for Dolina Craft Beer

Diseño de packaging para Dolina Cerveza Artesana

Client: Brebajes del Norte

http://www.moruba.es/destacado/dolina

More women getting into craft beer, not just as drinkers but also as brewers  

Beer companies had traditionally thought of women as adornments in ad rather than actual customers; the tables have turned



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/eats/women-moving-craft-beer-brewing-article-1.1522304#ixzz2lId4Tdxa