Nashville’s Fat Bottom Brewing Company opened a new facility this summer, and they have a lot to celebrate. But the road to success came with hard lessons.Read More
Tucked away a little south of downtown Austin, the founders of St. Elmo Brewing are looking to create old neighborhood charm.Read More
Female brewers have a long history in the story of beer. See how women have contributed to our enjoyment of beer from the earliest days to now.Read More
If you like craft beer and Marvel superhero movies, then get ready to geek out a little. A craft brewery made a cameo alongside Iron Man and Hulk at D23.Read More
New Belgium Brewing has named Steve Fechheimer its new CEO. Learn more about the brewery's new hire.Read More
A cotton candy beer is getting a lot of buzz on the internet. See how brewers get the beer to taste like your favorite summertime county fair treat.Read More
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Beer yoga is nearly as universal at breweries as IPAs: you can find a class almost anywhere. Writer James Wagner tells us about his first beer yoga class.Read More
When Stoudts opened, there were only 150 breweries in the whole United States. Now, the Brewers Association lists over 5,300 as of 2016.Read More
Lock 27, a small brewpub located just outside of Dayton, is transforming from a restaurant to a multi-site operation that includes high-end dining.Read More
In the Smylie Brothers kitchen we primarily use our flagship beers in our dishes. We use the Cali common in the braising liquid for the pork belly in addition to chicken stock, then after the bellies are tender we add more beer and thicken the liquid to create a rich gravy. As we make everything from scratch, we treat our raw ingredients with a lot of care and respect. The pork belly that we get from George Rasmussen at Swan Creek Farm in Colon, Michigan, is a good example of this. George takes our spent grain from the brewing process back to feed his pigs and we buy that pork from him.Read More
Nothing can beat this exotic Brazilian moqueca for dramatic presentation. Serve your guests this fish stew inside smoldering coconuts to make your next outdoor cookout truly unique. Pair it with the witbier you use in the stew. The author used Warped Wing Brewing’s SeñorWITa.Read More
Add your favorite IPA to this recipe for beer-battered fish tacos and have a little fiesta in honor of one of the quintessential American beer styles, the India pale ale.Read More
We talk to Josh Cody of Colorado Malting Company about the specialty malt game and what he believes to be the next frontier in American beer: smoked beer.Read More
The Brewers Association is rolling out the independent craft brewer seal, an icon to help beer lovers know if they are buying from an independent brewer.Read More
Brick Store Pub, a craft beer bar in Atlanta, celebrates 20 years in 2017. Co-owner Dave Blanchard shares some of his most significant memories.Read More
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Pennsylvania beer has a long history. Here's a guide to getting the most out of independent Pennsylvania breweries during your next beercation.Read More
Michigan breweries sit at the heart of the Midwest craft beer world. Here's a guide to getting the most out of your next beercation.Read More
Isn't it time to get off the radar? Here are craft breweries outside city centers that are definitely worth a detour during your next beercation.Read More