• Red, White, and Beer: Best Summertime Sippers to Drink for the Holiday

    • Posted: 7/2/2018
    • Categories: Beer

    Happy Fourth of July! We know there’s no better way to enjoy America’s holiday than by grilling out, spending time with family, and enjoying a cold beer. That’s why we’ve decided to share our top beer picks for Independence Day enjoyment! Read on for a quick list of favorite summer sippers from our experts at Jungle Jim’s.

    Stop by, pick up a six-pack, and enjoy the holiday all week long!

     

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  • International Craft Beer Festival 2018 Recap

    You came, you saw, and you conquered over 400 beers from over 100 breweries at this year’s International Craft Beer Festival! Thank you all for an amazing two nights and we can’t wait to throw the best beer festival in the city again next year. Cheers until then!

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  • Beer Department: 90+ Rated May 2018

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  • Beer Department: Get to Know a Style: Kölsch

    With warmer weather on the horizon, it seems a great time to offer a little insight into a great light beer option that’s often misunderstood, even in the geekiest of beer geek circles.

    Kölsch is the native beer style of the city of Cologne (Köln in German) in northern Germany. Its production dates back to the early 20th century at the Sunner brewery. At one time there were as many as 40 breweries in and around Cologne brewing Kölsch but the devastation wrought by World War II reduced the number of functioning breweries to just two.

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  • Beer Department: Expert Picks May 2018

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  • Beer Department: 90+ Rated April 2018

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  • Beer Department: The Rise of American Craft Lager

    Lager is something of a dirty word in American craft beer circles. Before a few centuries ago, all beers were brewed as ales, i.e. warm, top fermented beers with plenty of secondary yeast aromas and flavors. All ales also used to be some shade of amber, brown or black. The ability to gently dry malt that yielded a lightly colored golden beer coincided with the isolation of lager yeast in the 19th century. Thereafter, these clean,

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  • Beer Department: Expert Picks April 2018

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  • Beer Department: 90+ Rated February 2018

    • Posted: 2/1/2018
    • Categories: Beer
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  • Beer Department: Cellaring Beer

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    • Categories: Beer

    Everyone knows that certain wines can benefit from age, with some wines taking decades to reach their peak. What is less known, and even less understood, is that beer can benefit enormously from proper cellaring. While many people want to begin cellaring beer, the prospect of starting and maintaining a cellar can be overwhelming. So let’s break it down step by step and get you on the road to enjoying cellared beer!

    WARNING: Cellaring beer is a fun and interesting hobby that rewards patience and experimentation.

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