Researchers have long linked health benefits and beer. Here is a rundown of how beer can be a healthy beverage when enjoyed responsibly and reasonably.Read More
Thanks to a thirst-quenching combination of beer and lemonade, or other light-bodied nonalcoholic beverages, radler beers are one of the most refreshing alcoholic beverages to cool off with during the warm summer. Here are a few to find from craft brewers this summer.Read More
Hoppy and bitter beers are often misunderstood, especially if you're new to craft beer. Chef Adam Dulye has advice on how you can learn to appreciate these flavor combinations, especially when pairing food and beer.Read More
A Cleveland, Ohio, area brewpub is joining the anti-plastic straw movement that's growing in popularity worldwide from cities to businesses to individuals.Read More
One World Brewing, a small and independent brewery in Asheville, North Carolina, is responding to vandals that defaced their new location.Read More
This spring, dozens of Denver craft breweries are joining forces for the House That Beer Built, a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.Read More
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New York’s Queensbridge housing projects was an incubator for future rappers. As the area around Queensbridge has slowly started changing, additions like Big Alice Brewing are adding new elements to local lore.Read More
Crying Eagle Brewing Company in Lake Charles, Louisiana, talks about high hopes, costly lessons, and a rebrand that set them up for future success.Read More
From its self-serve tasting room to smart tech that saves water, Ono Brewing is at the forefront of innovative craft beer.Read More
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You can make this year beer bbq sauce at home using your favorite bock beer, a style that has a high malt character with toasty and nutty aromas.Read More
The charring on this salad gives it a slightly heavier note, making it a great companion to your next grilled meal. The bacon, gorgonzola, and garlic in this dish all pair perfectly with your favorite stout.Read More
IPA pineapple teriyaki is a fragrant, flavor-loaded sauce with versatile end uses. In this dish from Chef Chris Perrine, it is applied as a glaze over shrimp and fresh pineapple skewers. The same sauce can serve as a dip for grilled veggies, can be drizzled over seared fish & rice bowls or used as a marinade for pork, beef or chicken. The specific flavor profile of the IPA is to the discretion of the recipe preparer.Read More
Kids aren’t the only people fascinated by dinosaurs! Craft brewers geek out over these larger-than-life prehistoric phenoms and these dinosaur-themed craft beers prove it.Read More
2018 summer craft beers come in all your favorite beer types. From IPAs to lagers to fruit beers and more, small and independent craft brewers tell us about their new summer seasonal releases.Read More
While you're exploring craft beer May 14 to May 20, we created this handy CraftBeer.com American Craft Beer Week Bingo card to give you a ton of ideas on ways to celebrate.Read More
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Hidden between the coast and mountains, these somewhat secluded central California craft breweries are turning out hazy IPAs and barrel aged stouts that rival those pouring from better-known California craft beer destinations.Read More
Very few things are better after a long hike than a well-made craft beer. Writer Kristen Kuchar guides you to craft breweries along five of America’s long hiking trails.Read More
Seasonal seafood shacks in New England are a time-honored tradition and nothing goes better with summer than craft beer. Writer Matt Osgood shows you his favorite summer seafood meals and the craft beers to go with them.Read More
Independent Craft Beer in the United States
Now is the best time to be a beer lover in the U.S. We are proud to be part of the creative and vibrant community that independent craft brewers have created, and we want to help that community grow while keeping it strong. We know that helping beer lovers further learn about craft beer involves more than providing you with a beer style definition, and that’s why we bring you stories – we want to connect you with the people and breweries behind the beer.