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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.
This week's best new beers.
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.
There might be hope for humanity after all.
Real maple syrup is a rare find, and breweries are showing off the sweet stuff in some very special seasonals.
And yes, it is literally a wine spritzer in a can.
Florida’s Motorworks Brewing is helping shelter dogs find new homes with its Adoptable Dog Cruiser Kölsch.
Just because you spent all of January avoiding alcohol doesn't mean you need to dive into February with a 10% ABV stout.
And he’s not totally wrong.
As the beer market continues to get more crowded, some brewers are eyeing wine as a way to diversity their offerings and attract new customers.
This employee of the month walks on four paws and gets paid in cuddles.
Local breweries have helped revitalize deindustrialized neighborhoods from Buffalo to Cleveland.
Berlin's beer scene has been long dominated by men, but women in the industry "don’t care what beer was and is and if there’s something to defend or not.”
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.
"It smells like you’re drinking a bag of weed,” B-Real says about his new collaboration with the Atlanta, Georgia brewery.
With Captain Pabst, the macrobrewery behind PBR hopes to upgrade its image.
Beer and cider won’t stop the bushfires, but they can help.
The original Daisy Cutter is a stunner, and this version manages to achieve the same heights—even if it does so differently.
Mezcal’s smooth, complex cousin is about to step into the craft beer spotlight.
The Texas cider-maker's seasonal offering is basically hot apple cider in alcoholic form… served cold, of course.
Moody Tongue's new brewery, restaurant, and bar offers up a 12-course tasting menu paired with Asian pear saison and chocolate barleywine.
Jing-A Brewing is on a mission to bring Chinese craft beer to the world—and they're just getting started.
Not to disparage the good name of Spotted Cow, but Wisconsin's New Glarus routinely does better with this stellar pale ale.
Early sobriety can be alienating at times. So when a friend invited me to start playing Magic: The Gathering with her at a local game shop, I figured, why not?
Blackout Stout is a case study in how to layer roasty, bitter, and sweet flavors in an imperial stout.
Why have no beer when you could just have lots and lots of non-alcoholic beer?
December was the highest-scoring month of 2019. Here are the beers (including one perfect 100) we’ll be drinking well into the new decade.
Heavy on fresh citrus flavors with a subtle hint of earthy pine, this Chicago-made brew is no imposter.
Which one are you?
The reactions on Twitter have been… mixed.
Juicy Bits is a triple-threat of an IPA: it looks good, smells good, and tastes great.
New Year’s resolutions start now.
The brewers didn't initially intend to create this sweet winter seasonal, but we're sure glad they did.
The classic European-style lager is low on ABV but big on malt flavor.
Are hazy IPAs here to stay? Are alternatives to White Claw coming? We asked brewers.
Because the only thing better than being the Beer Person at the party is being the Beer and Cheese Person.
Vermont changed the beer game for a half-decade, and now Shacksbury is trying to do the same for cider.
Check out all of our favorite beers, destinations, interviews, and more from this year.
What we learned about the Marlboro man, porn, and bad bars during our best interviews of the year.
Here are some of our very favorite bottles that cracked the 10% ABV mark.
Tröegs' deliciously boozy Belgian strong dark ale clocks in at 11% ABV with the decadent flavors of caramel, cherries, and spice.
Dir En Grey have been thrashing hard for over 20 years. We caught up with them before their sold-out New York show.
Brewers are now keenly aware that to stand out in the crowded craft marketplace, you have to look your best.
Rogue Ales' Santa’s Private Reserve 2019 is infused with the flavor of candy cap mushrooms, and that is a very good thing.
Hit the like button if you’re a fan of houseplants, cute puppies, and cool beer cans.
Here are the very strangest brews of an extremely strange year.
With its truly artisanal approach to brewing and new generation of ambitious brewers, Mexico should be on your 2020 travel list.
In Virginia, Christmas doesn’t start until Hardywood releases Gingerbread Stout, and it’s easy to understand why.
Estonia's craft brewers employ ingredients like birch, cloudberries, and sea buckthorn as a way to connect to both the land and their heritage.
Odell’s Isolation Ale is a rare sessionable winter warmer that trades cloying spice for easy-drinking balance.
From clear to cloudy, fruit-forward to double-dry-hopped, these are our favorite IPAs of the year.
2019 was the year of hard seltzer, but in 2020 non-alcoholic hard seltzer brands will be vying for a piece of the bubbly pie.
Is that too much too ask?
The Eugene, Oregon brewery breaks all the rules with its turbo-charged altbier.
Ever heard of Svinninge? This brewery is about to put this tiny town on the global craft beer map in a big way.
Proceed with caution if you’re breaking one of these bad boys open at the holiday party. Your shindig might be over before it begins.
A recent study put the theory of tapping shaken beer cans to the test with 1,000 cans of beer.
Prairie’s Christmas Bomb! is a cinnamon-infused imperial stout that beats the hell out of after-dinner coffee and anxiety about work tomorrow.
Brewery Vivant in Grand Rapids employs a carbon reclamation system and solar power, and it could be a model for the rest of the beer industry.
Alpha Klaus is the cool cousin who rides into Christmas dinner on a Harley.
Carakale has been breaking new ground for a decade and they’re about to start shipping cans to the U.S.
From limited-edition glassware to the year's best books, our gift guide will help you find the perfect present for beer fans.
Three Monkeys brews beer unlike anything else in Brazil, like white IPAs and goses made with oysters, squid ink, and even curry.
Inspired bye Hefeweizen, it’s hazy, creamy, clove-y, and still able to warm you up on a cold night.
For the 45th iteration of its festive brew, Anchor Brewing layered on the flavor.