Falling For Beer
Never miss a beat. Get the best beer journalism delivered straight to your inbox.
Federal regulations aren’t doing enough to cut carbon emissions, which is why some brewers are taking on the challenge themselves.
A sprinkle of salt can do wonders for soups, meats... and beer.
The brightly colored frozen beer concoction is perfect for patios as well as Instagram.
Floral and fruity New Zealand hops take center stage in this less bitter IPA that is making its way from the Land Down Under to the States.
Brews with a view? Sign us up.
Shamone manages to bring together the best parts of a New England-style IPA and kettle sour in single can.
The latest twist to Victory's popular Golden Monkey isn't another Belgian tripel.
Combining co-owner Chris Maestro's twin loves of vinyl and craft beer, BierWax is an inclusive space where the walls are lined with over 6,000 records.
In Destihl Brewery's Piña Colada Gose, the tartness of a standard gose mellows out the sweetness of a piña colada.
This week's best new beers.
Omission's gluten-reduced IPA stays balanced with a hefty punch of Northwest hops, but it's more about what isn't there than what is.
Bauhaus Brew Labs' Matt Schwandt had to give up drinking alcohol due to acute pancreatitis, but that didn't mean he had to give up beer.
Six events around the country just received funding to make beer a more inclusive space for everyone.
This light, hoppy IPA brewed in New York’s Hudson Valley is an easy beer to say yes to on a hazy, hot summer day.
After tasting through a dozen of the most popular low-ABV ales on the market, these are the best beers that will only get you a little buzzed.
Lagunitas has jumped on the low-carb and low-calorie trend with DayTime, a session IPA that clocks in at 98 calories.
Mich Golden is both rumor and legend in Minnesota. Jerard Fagerberg tries to separate fact from fiction with the Gopher State's favorite light lager.
Introducing Liquid Death, a “punk” brand of plain old water that’s making a killing.
The Kansas City contender in the new wave of low-cal, low-carb ales comes out of the gate ahead of the pack.
If you plan to break out the chips and guac to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this weekend, try one of these good ol’ American-made, Mexican-inspired beers.
The Oakland-based brewery calls its hopless Golden State of Mind a “California Tea Beer,” thanks to the local grains, herbs, and spices in the recipe.
Over pints of peanut butter and jelly stout, Cage the Elephant's Brad Shultz and Matthan Minster discuss the anxiety and loss that inspired their latest album.
Last month’s beer offerings were incredibly diverse and seriously delicious.
While the humble glass growler has achieved symbolic status, it’s far from the best tool for storing and transporting beer.
Denver-based Crooked Stave is better known for its stellar sour program, but its take on a hazy double IPA hit nearly every note I look for in a beer.
The Cincinnati brewery's take on the classic American lager checks all the boxes.
The Fab Five's JVN is teaming up with Elysian Brewing to celebrate marriage equality.
Using cutting-edge technology, archeologists at the Field Museum learned the secrets of a thousand-year-old brew.
Mile-long walls of taps only make choosing the perfect pint even more difficult—especially when more options come at the cost of freshness.
Thanks to Folksbier Brauerei and Black Seed, you can have your bagels and drink them too.
Hop in your time machine, we're heading to ancient Georgia, when winemakers used clay amphora to make and store wine.
Massachusetts brewery Lord Hobo has married New England's hazy IPA with the region's pro sports dominance in a liquid celebration of Boston.
The Kentucky Common, Chicago Common and California Common are all terrific beers—with completely different origin stories.
"When someone tells me they like the beer, it feels the same as someone liking one of my songs," Chill Moody said about his collaboration with Dock Street Brewery.
With a cornucopia of ingredients, DuClaw Brewing Company's Strawberry Letter 23 is neither IPA, sour ale, nor fruit beer, but something entirely original.
Before there was the hazy IPA, there was Hazed & Infused, Boulder Beer Company's unfiltered pale ale that has been in production since 2002.
Brewing at 10,000 feet may be tough, but that hasn’t stopped these guys from doing it.
With 4/20 just around the corner, we decided to round up some of our favorite dank beers to celebrate hops’ more infamous cousin, cannabis.
Always a must-buy for beer collectors across the nation, the latest edition of Deschutes' barrel-aged imperial The Abyss still delivers.
For better or worse, powdered milk sugar is helping brewers turn beer into something that resembles a smoothie shop special.
It may not wow your palate with mind-blowing flavors, but Reformation's beer-wine hybrid Alani is fun, fruity, subtly intriguing, and quaffable at 4.7% ABV.
If anything can cut through the heat of a dragging day, it might be Four Peaks' light and fresh-flavored Sunbru Kölsch.
The rapper, comedian, and sometimes-pro-wrestler's new "socially aware stand-up and music series" debuts on Comedy Central on April 19.
Crisp, clean, and refreshing, Saint Archer's Mexican Lager begs for a wedge of lime and a sunny day.
From a cannabis-inspired beer festival on 4/20 to a celebration of wild ales, these are the best fests coming up this spring.
The Scottish craft brewery created Speedbird 100 so passengers on British Airways could have their beer and fly with it too.
Once considered among the trendiest additions to any style, rye is now a signifier that the beer you’re drinking was probably concocted a decade ago.
Most participants assumed a woman-brewed craft beer was cheaper and of poorer quality. Luckily, beer snobs knew better.
True to Stone, where hops reign supreme, this new beer is a contemporary spin on the lager style with a robust smattering of tropical, aromatic hops.
I snapped up SweetWater’s Peach, Love & Happiness with no thought of how the brewery's best offerings are hop-forward. That proved to be a mistake.
“I wanted to launch a new business model here that makes a social and environmental impact mission core to the business,” says 7 Bridges founder Stanley Boots.
By setting up shop in shopping centers, breweries are changing public opinion one pint at a time and, in turn, attracting like-minded businesses.
Bucking the tropical and hazy trend, Great Divide's signature Denver Pale Ale is dank and sticky, leaning into a flavor profile that captures its roots.
San Francisco-based Almanac Beer Company's Dogpatch Currant brings the strong sweet and tart flavors of blackcurrants to a base of sour red ale.
Resident cranky old guy Aaron Goldfarb wants all you kids to get off his lawn and start respecting your beer elders.
The reappearance of Schell’s Bock is another sign of spring.
Girl Scout cookies, Lucky Charms, spaghetti, and pizza—how do brewers cram these flavors into beer kegs?
We sat down with middleweight MMA fighter Uriah Hall to talk about UFC, mental health, and Jamaican beer.
Lori Goff is fighting to reduce microplastics and brewing waste with one fell swoop.
The double IPA was created in collaboration with the NYC Brewers Guild as well as 36 other breweries from across the city.
Letting nature do its thang is nothing new. Not so long ago, all beer would have been what we now call spontaneously fermented or wild beer.
A light, Mexican-style lager, Sun King’s Pachanga is one of October readers’ most-requested beers to review this year.
Hanging Hills Brewing Company’s second collaboration with the Drive-By Truckers, HeAthen Homecoming, is meant to be enjoyed in multiples.
From funky sours to hazy IPAs, we are so here for these beers.
Drink a pint and donate to the Pink Boots Society in honor of everyone's favorite badass Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Inspired by the cinnamon-sprinkled rice milk drink, The Bruery's Or Xata blonde ale is an excellent pairing for tacos.
Great things do come in small packages, as these bitsy beer cans prove.
While low-carb, low-cal beer has long been the dominion of Michelob Ultra, craft brewers are now getting in on the game themselves.
A sour ale fermented with dark red wine grapes, Lagunitas' Dark Swan is a beer-wine hybrid that's a departure from the brewery's usual hoppy repertoire.
"People like candy, and they like drinking... lo and behold you have people chucking Twinkies into their mash tuns."
Packing all the roasty and deep flavors of a stout into a light-colored beer is tough, and Fat Orange Cat Brew Co.'s All Cats Are Gray in the Dark proves why.
Former Mac DeMarco guitarist Peter Sagar likes his beer light and his music laid-back
But they still have a way to go.
"I really want my beer to be a conversation starter, to shine light on values that P-town stands for," says Chris Hartley, founder of Provincetown Brewing Co.
Natural Light has positioned Naturdays as a sessionable, light lager for people who like strawberry lemonade and drinking beer. What could go wrong?
Miho, a hoppy Belgian-style pale ale, has just about everything one could ask for in a beer.
Underrepresented as a queer black woman in craft beer, Ren Navarro launched Beer.Diversity. to fuel change in the industry—one that also makes financial sense.
“Most distilleries that opened as flat-out distilleries don’t have the luxury of storing large amounts of liquid cold and carbonating it."
From breweries to beer names, the craft world is seeing a lot of the same. To stand out, brewers need to break away from trends.
Balancing flavors of caramel, vanilla, and granola with hoppiness and a high ABV, Dogfish Head's American Beauty strikes a strange chord.
Tocobaga strikes the perfect balance between malty red ale and hoppy IPA.
"I don’t like IPAs, because I feel like they’re over-hyped... Why would I want to punish myself with this gross-tasting drink?"
“Wow,” was the first thing that came to mind when this beer hit my tongue.
Session beers are all well and good, but these top-scorers come with a potent, high-ABV kick.
Twin Peaks returned to their hometown to celebrate Goose Island's 312 Day and the re-release of their garage-style lager Natural Villains.
Forward-thinking brewers are looking to the past, and enlisting scientists like Patrick McGovern—a.k.a. the “Indiana Jones” of beer—in their quest.
Ommegang’s Double Barrel Dubbel is aged in bourbon and brandy casks, adding complexity to the brewery’s year-round dubbel.
Del Hall of Ohio’s Fifty West Brewing Company has already lost 20 pounds.
Bearded Iris takes an already brag-worthy double IPA and amps up the hops with an additional dose of Simcoe, Mosaic, Motueka, and Centennial.
Left Hand’s Milk Stout is already one of the most beloved American-made stouts. Can an infusion of raspberry elevate it even further?
The Winterlong Strong Beer Festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba only welcomes beers over 7% ABV.
The brewers of Anchor Steam Beer could be at the forefront of a larger movement.