Tag Archives: Copenhagen

• Booze From Bee Larvae? Scandinavian Foodies Turn to Beer

Booze From Bee Larvae? Scandinavian Foodies Turn to Beer

The Scandinavian food revolution, driven by famed Copenhagen restaurant Noma and its use of unconventional foraged ingredients, is set to make its way to your beer glass. Danish brewer Carlsberg has a swanky new ally in the fight to capture the attention of well-heeled drinkers who are shifting away from beer for a variety of […]

• Would You Buy Carlsberg’s “Gender Neutral” Beer?

Would You Buy Carlsberg’s “Gender Neutral” Beer?

What’s so special about Copenhagen? Not the city, of course — we’re talking about this new brand of light beer that’s about to hit shelves from the Danish brewing company. Research suggests that women make up at least 25% of the beer-consuming market — a target audience is that widely overlooked. From Bud Light’s “bros […]

• The Innovative 'Gypsy Brewers' Shaking Up the Beer World

The Innovative 'Gypsy Brewers' Shaking Up the Beer World

“Pretty Things is one of the most sought-after new brands of beer on the East Coast. But it’s not a brewery. There’s no facility or warehouse; the entire staff consists of Dann and Martha Paquette, the owners, and Jim Barnes, the New York sales rep. Instead, Pretty Things is part of a small but growing […]