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What Is Craft Beer?

What Is Craft Beer?

Craft beer is a type of beer that is brewed by small, independent breweries. It’s often made with traditional ingredients and produced in smaller batches than mass-produced beers.

Craft brewers pride themselves on using only the finest ingredients, such as malted barley and hops to produce their brews. (At Bone Hook, our barley comes from the great state of Minnesota).  This gives them the ability to control what goes into each bottle of craft beer; unlike larger companies who rely on standardized recipes produced by large corporations (which can vary greatly), craft brewers have more control over quality control because they make everything themselves.

Craft brewers are passionate about their craft and take pride in creating unique, authentic beers. They often use traditional ingredients such as malted barley and hops to create their brews, which can give each bottle a more complex flavor than mass-produced beer. Many craft breweries also offer seasonal varieties that are only available during certain times of the year; this gives consumers something new to look forward to and helps keep things interesting for everyone.  (At Bone Hook, we typicalyl have seasonal selections like Santa’s Milkshake, Pumpkin Jack’s spiced ale, Oktoberfest Marzen, Summer Solstice Saison, etc…)

History of Craft Beer

Craft beer is a term used to differentiate it from the mass-produced beers. It’s been around for centuries, but only in recent years has it become popular in America.

Craft beer was first brewed in California in the 1960s by Fritz Maytag and his wife, Adele Neuman Maytag, who founded Anchor Brewing Company. The couple decided to brew their own beer because they were unhappy with what was available at the time and wanted something different than what was on offer at grocery stores or bars nearby.

The Maytags weren’t the only ones who wanted to brew their own beer. A number of other people began experimenting with their own recipes, and within a few years, there were dozens of small breweries across America. The craft beer movement has continued to grow over the years, with many new breweries popping up every year.

Traditional Brewing

Traditional brewing was done in small batches, which is why beer has a very distinct flavor and smell. Craft beer is made with traditional ingredients and methods, but the production process is more efficient than ever before.

It takes a lot of time and effort to make beer, but it’s worth it when you get the perfect pint. The craft beer industry is growing every day, and at Bone Hook Brewing Company we pride ourselves on constantly experimenting with new ingredients and methods.

What Makes Craft Beer Different

Craft beer is different from mainstream beers in many ways. For one thing, it’s made in small batches and uses ingredients that aren’t mass-produced. In addition to this, craft brewers can use their own recipes or mix together ingredients from different styles of beer to create something new and exciting. Craft breweries also look at the customer as part of their process; they have an eye toward what people want when ordering a pint at the taproom or pub. At Bone Hook Brewing Company, we care about what people want in a beer!

How Long Does Craft Beer Last

Craft beer is fresh. When you buy a bottle of craft beer, it has been stored at the brewery and then shipped to your local store. This means that when you crack open a can of craft beer, there won’t be any telltale signs that it’s been sitting around for months or even years-which is good news for those who are worried about their favorite beverage going bad.

Regular beers often have shelf lives of six months or more before they start to go stale (and most people don’t think twice about how long their favorite brand has been around). However, because craft beers are made in smaller batches and tend not to be pasteurized until just before bottling or canning (when they’re checked again), they keep their flavor longer than traditional beers do during storage conditions.

There are many reasons why it’s good to drink fresh beer, but one of the most obvious is that it tastes better. If you’ve ever had a stale beer or one that’s been sitting around for months or years, then you know what we mean: they’re flat and have a metallic aftertaste. Craft beers are made with more care than other types of beer, so they don’t go bad as quickly and often have fewer preservatives added during production-which means they’re healthier for you too!

Craft Beer Production

Craft beer production is a focus on flavor and quality, which is why it’s so important that you buy from a craft brewery. The people who make craft beers care about the product they’re selling, and they want to ensure that it’s as good as possible.

Craft breweries don’t just put out any old thing-they carefully select ingredients for their recipes, making sure that each batch of beer tastes exactly how it should (and looks). They also pay close attention to how their ingredients are used in brewing processes.

Bone Hook Craft Beer

Bone Hook Brewing Company is proud to be a part of the craft beer industry. We pride ourselves on making great tasting beers and serving our community in southwest Florida. Come by and support your local family owned and run craft brewery and brewpub at 1514 Immokalee Rd, Unit 106 Naples, FL 34110. We look forward to serving you soon, cheers!

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