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March/April 2020

International Brewing Issue

For the March/April 2020 The New Brewer, we present our International Brewing issue. In this issue, we examine the future of German noble hops with regard to climate change and consumer preference; provide an analysis/travelogue of the craft beer scene in Brazil from frequent visitor Pete Slosberg; and include technical tips on brewing with Norwegian kveik yeast from Brewers Publications author Lars Marius Garshol. In addition, this issue explores the growing culture of non-alcohol beer—from the “sober curious” movement to a shift toward healthier lifestyles—as well as the various methods to brew it. Note: this issue went to press before the cancellation of the Craft Brewers Conference® and World Beer Cup®. We hope your future travels will take you to San Antonio so you can follow our insider’s guide to the craft beer scene in the Alamo City.

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Non-Alcohol Beers

Better, innovative products constitute one reason why non-alcohol beer sales are surging. These long-neglected brews are also appealing to new markets.

International Brewing Issue

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The New Brewer: International Brewing Issue

Methods for Brewing Non-Alcohol Beer

Consumers are increasingly looking for healthier, lower calorie options and are usually surprised to find that alcohol content is a major source of calories in beer.

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Brew Like a Farmer

In an excerpt from Historical Brewing Techniques: The Lost Art of Farmhouse Brewing, the author takes a closer look at the proper care and handling of kveik yeast.

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The New Brewer: International Brewing Issue

A Noble Cause

New cultivars are the first steps in an ongoing effort by German hop breeders to adapt their fragile landraces to challenges from climate change and market preferences.

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Craft Beer in Brazil

Brazil is entering its own “golden age” of craft beer, with more than 1,000 breweries currently operating in the largest country in South America.

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