Meghan Storey

Meghan Storey has been lucky enough to work in the world of craft beer since graduating from the University of Mississippi. Now living in Nashville, TN, with her big yellow dog Wally, she loves introducing friends to new craft beer and food pairings. Since beginning work on CraftBeer.com she can be found adding beer to just about everything she cooks.

Meghan's Articles


North Country Brewing Co.

North Country Brewery owners Jodi and Bob McCafferty have been sourcing local ingredients for the rural brewpub’s scratch kitchen since the brewery opened in 2005. more»

Six Super Bowl-Worthy Appetizers Made with Beer

To help you in your quest to bring the ultimate Super Bowl snack, here are six appetizers made with beer. From the classic chicken wing made with a Belgian-style tripel to caramelized onion dip hopped up with an India pale ale, there's a recipe here that's sure to amp up your Super Bowl Sunday! more»

Craft Beer Christmas Cookie Round-Up

It's time to bring craft beer to your Christmas cookie day, and not just in your glass. Here's a round-up of six of the most delicious-sounding beer cookies, made by some seriously creative and talented food bloggers. more»

U.S. Brewery Count Surpasses 4,000

The Brewers Association (publishers of CraftBeer.com) recently announced that there are now more than 4,000 active breweries in their database. America is once again approaching the historical high count of 4,131 breweries in 1873. more»

Craft Beer & America’s Favorite BBQ

Eating great BBQ while enjoying a fine craft beer is always a favorable experience. But you may find that some beers pair better with certain styles of BBQ over others. Which naturally raises the question: Is there a perfect beer style to pair with BBQ? more»

Craft Beer Summer Seasonals 2015

Brewers are designing craft beer summer seasonals to enjoy in warmer weather that pair well with summer foods and activities. When looking through these seasonals, we're noticing adjectives like light, citrusy, crisp, refreshing and bright used to describe these beers. more»