Peanut butter is one of those crave-worthy foods we can eat straight out of the jar with a spoon. Here are 10 peanut butter beers you'll crave.Read More
Craft beer can both satisfy and accentuate every dish on your Thanksgiving table better than any other beverage. It's also perfect for toasting and sharing amongst family and friends. The beers being produced by America's small and independent craft brewers create conversations and can add a new twist to your family meal.Read More
Craft brewers love to experiment. What happens when breweries start blending barrels of existing beer with other barrels? Writer Hannah Carlson finds out.Read More
Take Craft Back, the crowdfunding campaign to "buy" beer giant AB InBev, is a bit short of its $213 billion goal, so they've found new ways to make cash.Read More
Grab your bikes, your best friends and all the awkward tweenage angst you can muster — a Virginia brewery is co-hosting a Stranger Things party.Read More
Houston's Saint Arnold is offering a limited number of memberships to the Saint Arnold Society, a group with many perks, including free beer for life.Read More
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Alaska's craft breweries may be geographically isolated, but it means they deeply embrace what it means to be a local brewery.Read More
U.S. Navy veteran Beth Bechtel fell in love with beer as she traveled. Now, she and her husband run Bear Island Brewing to offer local choice and flavor.Read More
Danii Oliver, head brewer at Brooklyn's Island to Island Brewing, talks about her new beer brewed with sugarcane grass water and how it reminds her of home.Read More
These tender cookies use a concentrated spiced holiday ale and orange zest to create a dough that can be rolled thick and cut into all kinds of fun holiday shapes. They are perfectly enjoyable as they are, but feel free to decorate them with your favorite frosting. Choose a winter-warmer style with an IBU of less than 40 with notes of holiday spice.Read More
Perfect for the cooler months, this basic brine with beer is an instance where the power of beer can be highlighted during the cooking process. Brining is salt's ability to denature proteins, causing some of the muscle to unwind and swell. The brine then gets trapped in these proteins and when cooked, the liquid binds to the muscle creating flavor pockets and a juicier result.Read More
Just when you thought cornbread couldn't get any better, Taylor Takes a Taste kicks it up a notch by adding Rogue Chipotle Ale. The hint of heat from the beer is the perfect complement to this hearty dinner standard.Read More
When Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. sold its first bottled beer at the beginning of 1981, it marked a turning point for American craft beer.Read More
Americans waste a ton of food, including bruised and "ugly fruit." Atlas Brew Works along with D.C. area organizations are rescuing fruit to turn into beer.Read More
How much does base malt flavor matter when it comes to your beer? Three leading industry experts reveal what they found in their breakthrough research.Read More
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Buffalo, New York, has so much more going for it than Niagara Falls and wings. Writer Amy Brooks shows you why a Buffalo beercation should be on your list.Read More
From Pensacola in the west to Panama City Beach in the east, more than a dozen Emerald Coast breweries and brewpubs call this area home.Read More
As thousands of beer lovers descend on Denver for the Great American Beer Festival, see how bars, breweries and restaurants go into overdrive prep mode.Read More