The farm-to-pint-glass movement isn’t just about ingredients -- craft breweries raise agricultural awareness by pairing livestock and lagers.Read More
While breweries are unable to be open to the public, many states allow craft breweries to sell beer to-go or even by delivery.Read More
Established breweries who are looking for the perfect place to build a second location are building farm brewery destinations.Read More
The COVID-19 Pandemic will have a lasting effect on the craft brewing community. Mark DeNote highlights how some brewers are adapting and what we can do to help them.Read More
Pioneering U.S. craft brewer Carol Stoudt announced her retirement after three decades running her Pennsylvania craft brewery.Read More
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.Read More
Brewers Briana Brake and Celeste Beatty partner to create Rocky Mount Brewery in an old North Carolina mill with a solemn history.Read More
CraftBeer.com—the Brewers Association’s website for beer lovers—released its annual list of Great American Beer Bars, celebrating establishments across all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico.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
With no indication the popularity of hard seltzers will fizzle soon, craft brewers are left to decide if they’ll brew a hard seltzer. The decision isn’t always easy.Read More
Inspired by their own backgrounds, the founders of New Jersey’s Montclair Brewery celebrate culture through their beer.Read More
Matthew Peetz wanted to be a wildlife biologist, then he got a homebrew kit and his career path changed as he fell in love with the science and art of yeast.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.