The September/October issue of Mutineer Magazine is now on newsstands. Just in time for the Great American Beer Festival, the largest beer event in the country, Issue #13 is loaded with craft beer epicness.
Stories in the new issue include:
Mutineer Interview: James Watt of Brewdog
Woodland creatures. Nuclear penguins. Trashy blondes. An in-depth look into the brilliant mind behind Brewdog‘s revolutionary brand and eccentric beers.
Special Report: Tales of the Cocktail
Bartending feats of Olympic proportions, pool parties with bathrobes, bar room brawls, and five days of endless parties, seminars and tastings — things got epic at Tales of the Cocktail. Mutineer presents its report of this year’s legendary event in New Orleans, LA.
Of Vines and Violence: Israel’s Rise to the Top
Mutineer Magazine traveled to Israel to get an inside look at one of the fastest growing regions in the wine industry. “Vines, when stressed, produce their best efforts, and it seems that the same can be said of Israel, a country that has flourish under inhospitable circumstances and remains under siege.”
Wayne B. Wheeler’s War
The controversial story about how one of the most masterful and influential men in U.S. history used his power to ignite and fuel the Prohibition.
Mutineer Collaboration Series: Mutinous Battle Chai Ale
An intimate look into the recipe development and brewing process of Mutineer’s first collaboration beer, featuring New Holland Brewing Company.
The September/October issue also includes:
In The World: Earthquake in Haiti
What People Drink: John Jordan
What People Drink: Shaun Phillips
What People Drink: MUSEXPO
Wine Steals: Boxed Wine
Beer Styles: Lambics
Limited Release Beers
Classic Cocktails: Bloody Mary
Cooking with Black Tea
Left Coast Libations: Seattle
Modern Watering Hole: Denver Beer Bars
Apple Soda, Coffee Certifications, Chimay Cheese, and much, much, more…