Asheville's Twin Leaf Brewery loves that being an independent brewery allows them to support causes that are important to them. See how they're working to support science education, the environment and their community.Read More
Research into wild local beer yeast by Dr. Michael Lentz at the University of North Florida could help brewers break new ground.Read More
Whether you’re exploring independent beer where you live or while you travel, make a point to check out the Great American Beer Bars that stand out to our readers.Read More
Combine your love of craft beer with a great cause at the second annual Hops for Home on Saturday, May 12th from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Great Divide Bottling Hall (3403 Brighton Blvd., Denver CO 80216) benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.Read More
The Brewers Association releases its annual ranking of the Top 50 U.S. craft brewing companies based on beer sales by volume in 2017.Read More
Budding beer writers, listen up: The North American Guild of Beer Writers is announcing its first Diversity in Beer Writing Grant.Read More
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Katarina Martinez knows full well the ups and downs of owning a small brewery. The founder of Lineup Brewing in Brooklyn, New York, talks about her Bïeryoncé beer, being a woman in beer, and where she's finding her biggest supporters.Read More
New Mexico's Red River Brewing Company was a dream the Calhoun family hatched over a few beers. And now, in the spring of 2018, it's become a reality.Read More
Being married can be a lot like running a craft brewery— it’s a passionate labor of love that requires time and strong communication. A few brewery couples tell us how they make it work.Read More
Cook up the luck of the Irish all year 'round with this chocolate pie recipe using Sun King Brewing's Ring of Dingle Irish-Style Stout.Read More
Recipe for French Toast made with a your favorite breakfast stout custard batter and stuffed with cream cheese frosting spiked with bourbon.Read More
This recipe called for rhubarb to be soaked in grenadine and sugar for at least 24 hours. Beer and Baking opted to substitute the grenadine for Boulevard Brewing Company’s Saison-Brett to add the distinctive flavor profile of brettanomyces yeast, and cranberry bitters were added for color.Read More
Craft beer is a fascinating subject, but in the era of “Fake News” and viral videos, it’s time we hold ourselves as beer geeks to a higher standard.Read More
Michigan schools are bringing brewing back to its ancient roots by attracting women -- some with science background and some simple fascination -- into jobs at breweries, giving the state an entrepreneurial boost.Read More
Peanut butter beers are uber popular, but independent brewers are going beyond peanuts. Crack open these other nut beers -- from pistachio milk stouts to chestnut brown ale.Read More
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Comedy nights at breweries is becoming a popular draw. Comedian and beer lover Dwight Simmons takes you to four of the hottest shows at U.S. breweries.Read More
As small and independent brewing matures so are beer festivals. Organizers are finding creative themes to make their events standout. Check out these themed beer festivals.Read More
Santa Rosa area breweries announce celebrations for SF Beer Week 2018, including Russian River's Pliny the Younger release. Here are the details.Read More