Brewpubs boost flavor on their menus by pouring their beers into the pizza dough and serving up the perfect slice.
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Even though craft beer has grown in the last few decades, some of the information and techniques around it have not evolved. Author and Master Cicerone Mirella Amato believes that 2020 is the year to examine how the community talks about beer basics.
We’re talking to the leaders behind movements including #IAmCraftBeer movement, the Diverse Beer Writers Initiative, and Beer. Diversity. to examine where they gauge the community is in the push for greater inclusion in craft beer and what we have to look forward to in 2020.
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Beer. It’s why you’re here, right?
Beer. It’s why you’re here, right? Stay on top of all the latest stories and trends of small and independent craft brewers or expand your knowledge base of the beverage of beer with handy resources providing an in-depth look at beer styles, beer history and beer education. Read about what’s new in craft beer, including seasonal beer offerings, by CraftBeer.com’s featured authors. Be in the know on craft breweries’ new offerings and the surrounding culture of craft beer. Looking to improve your beer brewing vocabulary with our beer glossary or start your journey into craft beer? You’ll find the perfect resources on our Beer page. Are you considering a career in beer? In the past several years, more and more schools are offering classes and degrees that cater to the craft beer industry. Check out the CraftBeer.com Beer Schools page to discover colleges and universities offering a variety of beer classes and curriculums, both online and traditional in-person classes. Read More