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BrewDog Plans For A Better Tomorrow
“We may have grown up a bit. But the underdog spirit is as alive as ever. We are determined to con...
This New Guinness Storehouse Tour Takes Beer Lovers Behind the Scenes Like Never Before
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is now offering the best behind-the-scenes beer tour in Ireland.
Beer for Breakfast? Yes, please!
Oatmeal Stout is a sub-style of stout, the main distinction being the inclusion of up to 20% oat (flakes in this homebrew) by weight in the grist.
Is 2020 the Year of the Low-Cal IPA?
2018 may have belonged to the hazy IPA, but 2020 could be the year of the low-cal IPAs.
Clean you brewery drains without scrubbing with this new Madison Chemical program
Madison Chemical has debuted a two-part drain cleaning program that cleans drains without scrubbing. This newest drain cleaning technology — OXYWAVE — is a quat-free solution to remove biofilm and…
The Wide World of Stout: Going Nuts
There are a few ways to get peanut flavor into beer. Chip Walton gets the lowdown on process and ingredients from three breweries and a meadery known for these nostalgia-rich beverages.
Nearly 100 Women From Beer Industry Collaborate To Create ‘Strongest Woman On Earth’ Beer
In Cherry Hill, New Jersey at the Forgotten Boardwalk Brewery, the future of one beer is totally female.
Five lost Belgian beer styles that you still can drink regardless
Luckily, once in a while a Belgian 'lost beer' is brought back to life. Which is nice, because historic beer is at its best when you can drink it.
A Taxonomy of IPAs?
I’m trying to create a roadmap that captures all the various IPAs a drinker will encounter in the wild as a part of my Beer Bible reboot, and I’d love your help.
Rainier Brewing Launches 'Tabs for Good' to Preserve Wilderness
In the rapidly urbanizing Pacific Northwest of 2020, the native population of Wild Rainiers is being threatened like never before. This year Rainier is partnering with three of the Pacific…
Coors Light wants to make a canine your Valentine this year
Coors Light, a brand of Chicago-based Molson Coors Brewing Co., is encouraging consumers to skip the cheesy Valentine's traditions and spend the day with a fur-ever friend. The domestic beer brand…
Lagunitas suing local warehouse for allegedly withholding 5,600 kegs
Lagunitas is accusing a logistics company of “trying to choke off its supply of beer to customers.”
Anheuser-Busch's China Growth Strategy Is at Risk From the Coronavirus
The brewer was already seeing business weaken before the disease outbreak.
Where to find Pliny the Younger, if you absolutely need this fabled triple IPA
Ignore the annoying hype. Pliny the Younger truly is a bucket-list brew
Famous Dave's to Acquire Granite City Food and Brewery
BBQ Holdings Inc., the parent company of Famous Dave’s, announced Thursday a purchase agreement to acquire the assets of craft beer chain Granite City Food and Brewery. Terms of the deal were not…
News, nuggets and longreads 15 February 2020: Flagships, Norway, Introversion
Here's all the writing about beer and pubs that's grabbed our attention in the past week, from pub ticking to archive digging.
KC Native JOSHUA RILEY: A new face at Brickstone Brewing
I know one potential reader of this column is thinking, “Hey, why didn’t I get one of these write-ups?”
Alcohol-free beer and veg sales soar in 'month of moderation'
Kantar figures show shoppers having a healthier start to the year, with sales of alcohol-free drinks, aubergines and vegetarian burgers soaring at supermarkets.
White Claw beverage pays millions to acquire Glendale land for new plant
White Claw maker finishes purchase of land for West Valley factory.
Online beer category a 'huge area of opportunity': AB InBev
Online purchasing makes up less than 1% of the US beer category – and therefore represents a ‘huge area of opportunity’, according to ZX Ventures, AB InBev’s global growth and innovation group.
I'd Like All My Beer in a 54-Ounce Bottle From Now On
This Nashville bar serves beer in a way I can get behind.
The Marketing Magic Behind New Belgium’s Voodoo Ranger IPA Series
Released in 2017, New Belgium's Voodoo Ranger IPA family has quickly established itself as one of the most popular IPA brands in the nation.
The only canned beer tasting competition is accepting submissions for 2020 (now with an artwork component)
Can Can Awards, the only beer judging competition in the world just for canned beer, has announced that registration is open now until June 5, and cost is $49 per submission, with no limit on number…
Alcohol spills into unlikely beverages
Big alcohol brands are following, not leading. And where they are headed is alternative drink categories, many of them "hard" versions of nonalcoholic beverages.
Brew day sparks collaboration among NJ's female beer makers
Dozens of women from New Jersey's craft brewing industry gathered at Cherry Hill's Forgotten Boardwa...
Artificial Intelligence and Robots Can Make Your Next Cocktail. But Should They?
A Philly brewery and a Swedish distillery have recently experimented with AI to create new products—but some human touches are irreplaceable. For now, anyway.
Dogfish Head Begins Residency at Boston Beer Company’s Concrete Beach Brewery
Concrete Beach Brewery welcomes their off-centered co-workers from Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery to begin an ongoing residency at their Wynwood-based Social Hall.
Craft Beer Pioneer Carol Stoudt Discusses Upcoming Retirement, Brewery Closure
After more than three decades in the beer industry, Carol Stoudt plans to retire in the spring and cease brewing operations at her namesake brewery in Adamstown, Pennsylvania. “I got together with a…