The roots of American craft beer extend throughout the nation, but the bines of the movement are clearly embedded in the Pacific Northwest.Read More
Nothing attracts customers to a brewery more than incredible beer. But a close second? An incredible location!Read More
Fairbanks, Alaska, attracts visitors hoping to capture sight of the aurora borealis. If you're hunting aurora, these Fairbanks craft breweries should be part of your adventure.Read More
These essential beer events only happen once a year, so be sure to add them to your calendar.Read More
As if the countless American IPA iterations were not enough to satiate a hophead’s palate, a new one—dubbed Cold IPA—lingers bitterly on the horizon.Read More
Melissa Corbin explores St. Patrick's Day traditions and two Irish-American brewers of note.Read More
Here’s a top 10 list of coveted beers that mirror the spirit and history of their local community, and are best enjoyed near the breweries that crafted them.Read More
The old principle that beer simply goes with pizza is outdated. People are now putting more thought into these pairings, as they have with the proliferation of superlative pizza offerings. …Read More
What makes a good-looking brewery and taproom? Contributor Will McGough shows us a handful of his favorite remarkable brewery taprooms.Read More
Beer history is a fragile thing. So much of it has been lost to time because objects, artifacts, and recipes lacked a caretaker at a crucial time.Read More
Taking a walking tour is one of the best ways to get to know a city without the trappings of more touristy activities. You’re introduced to the region and its context by one of its very own, if even simply for social reasons.Read More
Tis’ the season for some craft-beer delight and gathering ‘round a table full of holiday cheer as celebrations begin with family and friends from far and near. Ooof. OK. Let’s pause …Read More
With more breweries than at any time in U.S. history, CraftBeer.com is privileged to provide small and independent craft brewers an opportunity to share their stories and highlight the variety of craft beers they brew. But we don’t want you to just read about craft brewers, we want you to get out and visit them with the most expansive brewery map on the internet. Continually updated by CraftBeer.com’s parent organization the Brewers Association, CraftBeer.com’s Brewery Finder, along with articles on beer travel and great beer bars, is an indispensable tool for discovering craft beer near you.
There is more to a brewery than the beers that they make. Often, the brewery’s story is just as unique as the beer styles the brewer creates. The Breweries section is your spot to learn more about the people behind craft beer. Then, the next time you visit one of the breweries you’ve read about in our stories, you’ll feel like you’re sharing beer with old friends. Use our Brewery Finder tool and the beer travel section to get out and meet the brewers we feature.