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The Baltimore brewery's schwarzbier is jam-packed with roasty, chocolatey rich goodness while still being super-light and crushable.
This week's best new beers.
We dare you to look away from this infinitely looping #beer content.
Kanpai combined traditional Japanese sake brewing methods with beer ingredients to create a product that's unique to London.
You know, just in case you needed yet another way to get your cannabis.
Aron and Amy Levin, owners of St. Florian's Brewery, have been hit by California's recent wildfires in more than one way: Aron is also a local fire captain.
Emergency Drinking Beer, a pilsner-meets-gose from Georgia-based Wild Heaven, is here to save the day.
The maple flavor of Fungus Shui so strong that I want to pour this beer over pancakes. Yet there isn’t a single drop of maple in this beer.
Although the California brewery had success with haze, its true calling has always been the piney West Coast IPA.
From antiquated styles to killer IPAs, here are the beers we’re celebrating right now.
It’s time for a new orange vegetable to reign supreme.
"I’ve become a quality-over-quantity kind of guy," says the Pennsylvania native. "I’ve been on the road enough to know the perils of overdoing it."
In the Cyclades islands, a new wave of craft brewers have emerged in the wake of Greece's economic crisis.
With a new outpost in mainland China, Hong Kong-based Young Master brings a wide array of brews to an area that's had little exposure to craft beer.
The sour brown ale drinks like a whale, but can be readily found in your local beer aisle.
It’s a beer so simply excellent that it barely requires elaboration beyond that.
"It would have to be something you wanted to drink when the weather turned, because that’s the same transition my music always syncs to."
The Denver-based brewery, better known for its wild ales, has produced a standout.
Rosita Schwarzbier is the brew you’ll want on hand if you need to bury a body.
This nearly 300-year-old beer is quaffable year-round, drinkable at nearly any temperature, and light enough to enjoy more than one pint.
Hidden River Brewing Co. serves brown ales and hazy IPAs to tourists and locals alike, as well as to five ghostly guests who never leave.
"I'm not that discerning, I usually just go with whatever has the nicest tap."
And it involved 177 distinct varieties of beer.
All of the bands, beers, and beer-lovers who gathered on Saturday for Octfest in NYC.
Coronado's collaboration with Bird Rock Coffee Roasters is cold brew in beer form.
The Philly-based noise punk band discusses why pumpkin beers taste like ChapStick and the disastrous side effects of drinking Four Loko.
Aimed at runners, Sufferfest's 95-calorie kölsch Repeat is brewed with bee pollen and delivers a clean finish for post-race refreshment.
The folk-rocker even came to the interview with a list of favorite brews. "I just can’t believe how how big of a thing it is now. It makes me happy."
Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, one of Denmark’s pioneering gypsy brewers, is settling down without toning it down.
Nestled in the volcanic foothills of Mexico City, Monstruo de Agua brews with native ingredients like agave sap, prickly pear, and pine needles.
This hazy IPA from the town that has seemingly perfected the style manages to rise above the rest.
Not sure what beers to pair with your Mission Chinese Food bites? We’ve got you.
Women in South Africa have long home-brewed beer, but now the craft beer scene is seeing young black women come up as brewmasters, too.
"It's cold and it's got that sharp taste, it's just simple and it's not offensive—kinda like me!"
Indeed's Mexican lager elevates every facet of the style, from the glorious color and magnetizing aroma to the perplexing mix of flavors.
The double IPA iteration of the classic boasts two and a half times the Centennial hops and a whopping 11.0% ABV.
Gluten-free? Non-alcoholic? Hard kombucha and seltzer? Octfest has something for every drinker.
Muzzle of Bees, made with honey from Right Bee Cider’s own urban beehives, is a not-too-sweet, pretty perfect tribute.
The Copenhagen rock band has performed in the demilitarized area between North and South Korea and drank in Serge Gainsbourg’s favorite bar.
Tart and sessionable at only 4.5% ABV, Threes Brewing's grisette Passing Time is extremely refreshing and tantalizing on the palate.
Hank Schrader’s Märzen-style lager has gone from the TV screen to the pint glass.
"If I have an afternoon free, I’ll go sit in a bar and read a book. Some people go to cafes. I’m ashamed to admit that I just go to a bar and drink beers."
We’re going to go ahead and call Karbach Brewing’s Crawford Bock a home run.
I used to think German beers were too tied to tradition to be interesting. I’ve realized just how wrong I was.
"Being in a band and encouraging a culture among your fans is a very small thing to do, but it’s a real thing that does something. Or so I like to think."
An homage to the cocktail made famous by The Big Lebowski, Left Hand's White Russian Nitro is a white stout brewed with coffee and vanilla.
Fall has blessed us with a bounty of beers.
The brewery describes Dr. Robot as a “refreshing year-round sipper” made with blackberry juice and lemon zest to enhance the beer’s tart flavor.
Wild fermented, dry-hopped, and topped with pear juice, Sunshine & Opportunity is a beer that combines everything great about craft beer in America today.
Raise a glass of these criminally delicious beers
Mike Kinsella's first drink was a Cosmopolitan in Orlando, Florida in his early-twenties.
When a men’s rights activist filed a discrimination claim against Eagle Rock Brewery’s Women’s Beer Forum, Ting Su didn’t back down—she doubled down.
Danii Oliver made waves with Island to Island Brewery, then she decided to leave.
Wild Heaven teamed up with the Atlanta Botanical Garden to produce a “beer-coction” that showcases seasonal ingredients harvested directly from the Garden.
Of the widely available lagers out there today, Rolling Rock often goes overlooked while brews like PBR get all the love.
"One of the members of GWAR only drinks White Claw—the big guy, Balsac the Jaws of Death. If it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for me."
A 1 oz. bottle contains 500 mg of CBD, plus aromatic terpenes from Citra and Denali hops.
Eric Dunaway is responsible for the beer program at the country's wildest supermarket, Jungle Jim's International Market.
The iconic Long Island-based group have some words of wisdom for all the aging rockers out there.
By teaming up, brewers and chefs are creating new opportunities for up-and-coming culinary stars.
When it comes to breweries hitting the juicy mark, California-based Alvarado Street Brewery’s Contains No Juice Double IPA knocks it out of the park.
Hopfentea takes a traditional, low-gravity Berliner weisse and flavors it with fruits found in tropical tea punch.
Based on an award-winning homebrew recipe, Funkwerks Saison is a good, solid beer—but it could use a little more funk for balance.
Suave Fest from Raíces Brewing Co. in Denver is an all-out celebration of Latinx brewing culture.
Nightmare's imperial IPA Exposure—named after freezing torture—maximizes flavor and aroma through the use of cryo-frozen Citra and Mosaic hops.
Longtime friends and Cape Cod characters Willie Fenichel and Nico Enriquez are creating a new kind of hard seltzer.
Beer-drinkers around the world are speaking up to show that craft beer can be a diverse, inclusive space.
There are many fans of the cream-canned lager, but Banquet Beer is still awaiting its PBR renaissance.
The uber-funk aroma of Deja Vous is appealing, but the beer itself doesn’t serve the same intrigue.
Pure Bathing Culture’s Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman discuss touring for their latest release 'Night Pass' and collaborating as a couple.
Pilot Project’s new brewers are serving boozy kombucha and beer-wine hybrids at this one-of-a-kind brewery and taproom.
One resident in the Bahamas said, “Send Beer.”
Defiance Brewing Company’s flagship IPA Twisted Logik may be the best in a state that is becoming crowded with quality offerings.
The origins of the style are just as mysterious as today's interpretations.
Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing has made a sessionable, unfiltered, hop-forward brew with the flavor of a juicy IPA.
If you can get past the ick factor, Reuse Beer might hold the key to sustainable water management.
Maybe it’s because Alaskan uses glacier-fed water from the Juneau Ice Field, but the beer tastes cleaner and crisper than most of the style.
Drinking cheap beers by a lake is one of the best experiences in the Midwest. Now sober, I sought out a substitute for an experience I wasn’t ready to lose yet.
From a killer rendition of an obscure style to a practically perfect pale ale, here’s what we’re drinking right now.
The Riot Fest 2019 lineup is all about the beer.
The Ohio brewery's fruited wheat ale is a little light on the fruit.
Phantom brewer Billy Powell is the mind behind these gruesome brews.
Broaden & Build in Copenhagen is a brewery, research center, and radically inventive testing ground for the future of the industry.
Every day’s a summer Friday when you’re sipping a beer slushie on a beach.
Salmon Pants, from 3 Floyds and Mikkeller’s collaborative WarPigs Brewery, is a gothic interpretation of the grocery store beer.
Makgeolli is a traditional Korean rice wine that's cloudy-milky in appearance and wields a tangy, fizzy, lactic-fermented flavor. It's also addictively good.
When Martin House Brewing in Fort Worth, Texas unleashed this salty gose, it created a phenomenon.
Tree House’s IPAs and double IPAs are world-class, but don’t pass over one of the brewery’s earliest offerings in Lights Out pale ale.
The drummer and producer isn't afraid of throwing back a few IPAs before a show as long as you "make sure it's not sloppy, but being loose is alright."