What? You say your thirst is not yet quenched?
You still want more?
Check out some of these excellent beer-related web sites:
Clubs, Organizations, Resources:
American Homebrewer’s Association:
This web site contains information on homebrewing, beer events, beer news, beer trivia, and more.
Great American Beer Festival:
This festival is sponsored by the same folks who operate beertown.org, mentioned in the previous link. This event is so large and so important to brewers and beer fans alike, it has its own web page. In this web site, one can find information on the festival including links to purchase tickets to the individual sessions.
The Beer Institute is an organization dedicated to beer education, beer commerce, beer advocacy, and responsibility
American Brewers Guild:
Craft brewing education, at your fingertips
Siebel Institute of Technology and World Brewing Academy
America’s premiere brewing school, located in Chicago, Illinois.
On-line Courses Review:
A useful resource with links to online brewing courses, craft brewing degrees, and other educational material
Ale Street News:
America’s most circulated beer publication, Ale Street News is primarily a news source, but the web site contains much more, including information on beer events, beer forums, beer blogs, etc.
All About Beer:
This is one of the most popular beer publications in the United States, complete with beer news, beer tastings and ratings, etc. The web site includes information on beer travel, beer events, and beer education.
Brew Your Own:
A popular magazine for homebrewers, Brew Your Own is ready to assist homebrewers at all levels with tips and advice on ways to hone your craft. The web site talks about homebrewing, along with links to resources, recipes, and more.
Celebrator Beer News:
Yet another brewing news publication, Celebrator Beer News contains news about the brewing industry, beer and beer book reviews, beer travel and event information, and links to beer blogs.
Beer Community and Review Sites:
An online community where members rate beer, connect with other beer lovers, and keep personal logs of beer they have tried.
Beer Advocate, founded by brothers Jason and Todd Alstrom, is a web site dedicated to tasting and reviewing beers. Anyone can sign up and post reviews of beer, beer events, brewpubs, breweries, etc. Not only can you read about beer, you can also make friends in the process and find fellow beer lovers in your local area.
This web site bills itself as the most complete source of brewery information worldwide. It isn’t difficult to see why. With information on more than 10,000 breweries and more than 24,000 different beers, Beerme.com is an exhaustive web site about beer and the breweries that produce it.
Similar to BeerAdvocate.com, RateBeer.com is a web site dedicated to member ratings on beer, breweries, brewpubs, etc. It is also a community web site that helps bring together individuals from around the world who share a common interest; namely, their love for malt beverages.
Realbeer.com is a beer community web site with forums for members to post, along with information on breweries, brewpubs, beer education, and beer events.