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These seven designers are responsible for some of the most exciting art you’ll find in a beer aisle.
Nicole Erny and Averie Swanson know more about beer than just about anyone and they have the Master Cicerone certification to prove it.
"We're very conscious of who's reflected behind the bar. We want everyone to walk in and feel like they're included in that space.”
The queer brewer has used her vast following to launch an apprenticeship program supporting diversity in craft beer.
The excellence of the Asheville-based brewery’s flagship IPA, Hi-Pitch Mosaic, has remained consistent.
This is one of the best low-calorie IPAs we've ever had.
Men are welcome too.
Rhaiza Casiano and Eileen Ruiz of Pura Vida Brewery had to fight to be taken seriously. “As time passed, they saw that we were being real about this.”
With more than 31,000 followers on Instagram, Sarah Flora has turned her homebrewing hobby into a successful enterprise.
Introducing our second annual Women of Beer week.
"We ended up hiring more women than I was expecting. The ratio of women to men in the company is higher than ever before and it just makes me feel great."
This week's best new beers.
This robust porter is like a trip to Reykjavik in a bottle.
Viking Braggot Co. is the only brewery in the country to exclusively brew braggots—a drink pioneered by the Vikings that combines hops and honey.
The Nashville-based brewery brought the haze craze to Tennessee.
Right now is the perfect time to beef up your beer knowledge.
The Austin-based psych-blues band is writing and recording "World as a Waiting Room," a new studio LP to be pressed to wax and ready to deliver in 30 days.
Here’s what some brewers are drinking to ease their anxiety and boredom during the COVID-19 pandemic—and it’s not just beer.
On March 3, a tornado hit Nashville with less than an eight minute warning. By March 20, coronavirus had caused most remaining businesses to close.
A Dutch city’s brewing culture thrives once again, thanks to the Jopen brewery.
Crowler shortages, canning line blockages—what’s happening as brewers struggle to avoid dumping kegs.
It’s called All Together and craft brewers from Stockholm to Buenos Aires are joining forces to make it.
Berlin's breweries have banded together to kick off the Stay Home Club, which donates to Berlin’s Club Commission to help the local nightlife industry.
The brewery seeded the relief fund with $50,000 and the donations are already pouring in.
Nevertheless is a not-so-subtle nod to Elizabeth Warren.
Yes, you can make beer, mead, and even hard seltzer with whatever is lying around in your pantry.
Kombucha brewers around the world appreciate the project for the time it takes and drink it yields. Plus, it’s easy to get started.
Brewers in Italy were just starting to make a name for themselves in the wine and tourism-driven country, and then coronavirus happened.
Hoplark's HopTeas blends the best parts of an IPA with loose-leaf tea to create another exciting entry to the non-alcoholic beverage market.
In response to COVID-19, all of Prince Edward Island's liquor stores shut down. And then the breweries stepped up.
Citizens in the Czech Republic face a roughly $115,000 fine if they break self-quarantine.
At 4 p.m. on March 16, Ska Street Brewstillery opened its doors to the public. At 5 p.m., Governor Jared Polis ordered all bars statewide to close for 30 days.
“I saw a gap in the marketplace; there were no alcoholic ginger beers in the market really,” says G’s Ginger Beer founder Donna Katz.
Now it’s time to level up your knowledge about the brewing process itself. Read on to understand how your beer gets its unique character.
In order to keep as many people on as possible, brewers are launching CSA, community-sponsored fermentation, concert live streams, and more.
Can you tell the difference between a kettle sour and a traditional sour? Do you have any earthly clue what defines an IPA anymore? Read on to find out.
Two New England institutions have come together with a collaboration brew infused with cannoli shells.
“We all have to do what we can, that’s for sure.”
Why I’m drinking while video conferencing with friends during the coronavirus pandemic.
Stuck inside? Take some time to brush up on your beer knowledge as we answer common questions and boost your understanding of essential beer styles.
In the fight against COVID-19, doctors and regular citizens have a new, unexpected ally.
Get beer from Denizens, Wolf's Ridge, Platform, and more delivery straight to your door.
Flying Dog, Rhinegeist, and more have announced they would temporarily close due to the spread of the virus.
Odd Side Ales’ Rye Hipster Brunch Stout has everything you need: whiskey, coffee, maple, and bacon.
Brewers have certain ideas that never get to see mass production. Here are some of our favorite of these nearly forgotten concept brews.
"That moment—my 70-year-old mother saying the words 'haze-y I-P-A,' and writing it all down for future reference—I've never been more proud of her."
Brewing in the Middle Ages was more diverse, less male-dominated, and way cooler than marketers would have you believe.
The Insane Clown Posse collaborated with Inland Empire Brewing Company on three "Frothy Whoop Dub" beers.
While the most common combination is a layer of a dark beer atop a lighter one, some beer-lovers like to layer six or seven different beers in a single glass.
The veteran actor starred in ‘Strange Brew’ as a mad scientist plotting to take over the world with beer.
Sawadogo was born in West Africa, went to pastry school in the Ivory Coast, moved to Canada to work in radio, and then opened Montclair Brewery in New Jersey.
We caught up with the Canadian singer-songwriter to talk beers, reincarnation, and why simpler is always better.
Em Sauter is gearing up to take the Master Cicerone test in beer for the third time and she’s sharing her journey with the world.
The craft beer organization just announced a series of grants benefiting beer events that focus on women and brewers of color.
Honor the women of the brewing community with a cold one. Here are the beers that will be hitting the market to celebrate International Women's Day.
Providential Golden Ale, a Belgian-style ale “brewed with spices” at a comfy 7.5% ABV, proves that Trader Joe's can do craft beer, too.
After consuming nothing but beer for Lent in 2019, Del Hall is attempting to repeat his experiment for 50 days.
“Do you know the joke about why Michelob Ultra is like making love in a canoe?”
Craft beer just got some serious love from the James Beard Foundation—here’s why it matters.
To keep well below federal thresholds, Vermont's Aqua ViTea removes the alcohol from its kombucha—and then triple-distills it into vodka.
A tweet from Cloudwater Brew Co. about a fake Imperial Haison sparked a heated debate about the future of experimental brewing.
Talea Beer Co. founders LeAnn Darland and Tara Hankinson are savvy businesswomen who can spot a uterus-sized hole in the market, but they also know their beer.
Yuengling’s new lager has upmarket 95 calories and 2.6 grams of carbs.
Dann Paquette and his wife Martha ran the wildly popular Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project before promptly closing it.
An energy industry hub, Calgary suffered after the 2014 oil price crash. In the wake of that fallout, the city's has become home to more than 50 breweries.
The Brooklyn-based rock band just released its eighth album.
Old Bisbee Brewing Company makes the clear beer as a tribute to a beverage produced during the Great French Wine Blight of the 19th century.
The Pennsylvania-based convenience store’s fourth beer collab is now available in Florida and people are psyched.
Krista Scruggs is considered one of the most exciting winemakers in the country and now she's set her sights on a new beverage: beer.
Kofi Meroe and Amado Carsky met in elementary school in Nigeria and reunited in DC to open Sankofa Beer Company.
Parisian craft beer pioneer Deck & Donohue teamed up with Ten Belles, one of the city's premier coffee houses, to collaborate on coffee beers and more.
Carmen McClelland and her grandmother Carmen Duran have visited over 20 breweries in the Albuquerque area.
By providing fair wages and full-time employment, these breweries are changing lives.
Mitch Ermatinger is the owner of one of Michigan's premier sour breweries, but he can't drink any of his beers.
"We spent the rest of the evening bopping between various restaurants and pubs, sampling beers, and talking—really talking—probably for the first time ever."
Sales are expected to double this year and a new hard seltzer festival is about to kick off.
Amid the chaos and fear caused by the coronavirus outbreak, Beijing’s Slow Boat Brewery has made sure its door is open and its taps full of fresh beer.
It's illegal for Muslims to consume alcohol in Pakistan, but that hasn't stopped anyone—including the country's sole brewery—from keeping the booze flowing.
Introducing the first pastry hard seltzer.
Breweries have tapped nearby chocolate-makers for these indulgent collaborations.
It’s not as crazy as it sounds.
One surprising hero in the Australian bushfire relief effort has been breweries around the world.
Brewers are increasingly using a mix of historical methods and scientific knowledge to define their signature style.
New technology allows Denver Beer Co.’s CO2 to be fed to local cannabis plants.
The Leave campaign has fostered a new climate of populism and racism, but real ale represents everything I still love about this crazy country.
Local governments are encourage brewers to go “toilet to tap” by using recycled water in their beers.
Many businesses did not survive the 2016 earthquake that cut off access to the costal town of Kaikoura.
Dry January ends today—here are the beers you want to break your fast.
Whether you're a fan of the Chiefs, the Niners, or just J.Lo, there’s a beer for you.
Dry January is hard, but this reviewer might have found the secret weapon when it comes to drinking beer without the booze.