Recipes! We keep great recipes made with beer on our recipe page. Also, noted beer chef Sean Paxton has some fantastic recipes on The Homebrew Chef; for gluten-free recipes to go with your Green's beer or Samuel Smith Organic Cider check out gfJules.com.
Our POS catalog is here. We keep brewery logos in vector format, available for download at our ftp site - right here. If you want digital photos of labels, bottles, glassware, or breweries please go here. (To access these folders you will need a username and password, which you can get by contacting our office or your local MdV rep.)
Our Classic Brewing Styles brochure is right here.
Our friends at Pike Brewing, in the heart of downtown Seattle, are on the web right here.
The book A Taste of Heaven is a wonderful guide to food & drink made by monks and nuns by author Madeline Scherb - part travel guide, part cookbook, it of course includes discussions about Trappist beer. You can buy the book here.
We have long been curious what beer would look like if photographed with a "reflected light differential interference contrast (DIC) microscope using a quartz compensating plate between the Wollaston prisms and polarizers." Well, Florida State University has satisfied that curiousity with this DIC microscope photo of Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout.
Belgian Beer Me offers education about Belgian beers, as well as several guided tours of Belgium each year.
You can buy soap made with Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout right here at Etsy.
The "Year of Beer 2016" page-a-day calendar is 365 fine beers, including some from MdV. Great for any beer lover - you can buy it right here.