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Jester King’s former head brewer on her new solo project, Keeping Together.
A modified version of the classic arcade mainstay is appearing at bars across the US and dispensing hard seltzer.
- Austin Eastciders
The Texas cider-maker's seasonal offering is basically hot apple cider in alcoholic form… served cold, of course.
- New Glarus Brewing
Not to disparage the good name of Spotted Cow, but Wisconsin's New Glarus routinely does better with this stellar pale ale.
Blackout Stout is a case study in how to layer roasty, bitter, and sweet flavors in an imperial stout.
- Maplewood Brewery & Distillery
Heavy on fresh citrus flavors with a subtle hint of earthy pine, this Chicago-made brew is no imposter.
- WeldWerks Brewing Company
Juicy Bits is a triple-threat of an IPA: it looks good, smells good, and tastes great.
- Lagunitas Brewing Company
The brewers didn't initially intend to create this sweet winter seasonal, but we're sure glad they did.
- Dovetail Brewery
The classic European-style lager is low on ABV but big on malt flavor.
- Tröegs Brewing Company
Tröegs' deliciously boozy Belgian strong dark ale clocks in at 11% ABV with the decadent flavors of caramel, cherries, and spice.
As the Idaho capital continues to grow, its craft brew scene has been keeping pace. Here's where to drink in Boise.
A remote location and complex alcohol laws were just the beginning of Nunavut Brewing Company’s struggle to open.
"We just want people who are normal to drink better beer," one Lisbon brewer says. "We brew beers especially for those people."