An invisible hand guides Adam Smith to the shade of Saint Sixtus Abbey.
If the en soi of a Bourbon barrel constrains the pour soi of the beer that is geworfen into it, the culture of a wild beer is the nothingness—the incipient, the contingent—that creates a space for the transcendence of foeder-facticity.
Beers have a discursive role in our cultural system. Let’s read them with all of our critical faculties.
On Easter Sunday we ask, does beer really prove that God loves us and wants us to be happy, or reveal us to be of the Devil's party without knowing it?
When Young Ludwig and Old Ludwig step into the pub, a choice of six IPAs leads to an era-defining insight into the nature of language.