According to a recently released study the more beer a scientist drinks, the less likely the scientist is to publish a paper or to have a paper cited by another researcher, a measure of a paper’s quality and importance.
A New York Times blog reports the story here.
An Imperial/Double IPA brewed by
Speakeasy Ales and Lagers
San Francisco, California USA
Pours a light orange or slightly cloudy yellow. It smells of hops and more hops. I also pulled some light citrus fruit aromas; very nice. It tastes hoppy and pine laden. I was surprised though that I picked up that tangy, citrus like aroma in the flavor as well. Very interesting. I liked. A very good IPA. It was balanced for an over-the-top hop bomb, if you can believe that. Just below the tippy-top tier in my opinion but in the contest.
Beeradvocate.com suggested food pairings: Cuisine (Barbecue) Cheese (peppery; Monterey / Pepper Jack, sharp; Blue, Cheddar, pungent; Gorgonzola, Limburger) Meat (Game, Grilled Meat, Salmon)
My ratebeer.com score: 3.8
Buy it here
Now this has some good promise: Beernews.org has added a beer buying guide to their site. Why didn’t I think of this? Oh, I suck at HTML.
Anyhow, the online guide seems to be off to a neat start and I only hope that it grows. I find it to be user friendly. No, it isn’t a database at this point but it casually lists good beers and where you can now find them to buy. Here is the site.