The official beer of America is the India pale ale, whether you like it or not.
Some to buy, some to trade for, some to lust over.
Reflecting on the beginnings of my craft beer obsession.
Because why not?
Unraveling the mystery of inebriation in a bottle.
The biggest takeaways from 2016.
This week we focus on IPAs. Get 'em while they're fresh.
How a small gathering of 250 beer nerds turned into a 4,000-person event…
The most popular style of American beer until 2011, when the IPA dethroned it.
The taproom dilemma.
The most popular trend in craft beer, explained.
This week we feature Modern Times, Prairie, Against the Grain and more.
Hoppy Table Beer is the brewery's newest year-round offering.
Allagash Brewing and Oxbow Brewing are collaborating on a grisette for Saison Day.
And you can drink from the source beginning this March.
If the alcohol doesn't get you, the spiciness will.
This week we feature Perennial Ales, Modern Times, Firestone Walker and more.
Why Sip of Sunshine from Lawson's Finest Liquids is now selling like mad in The Bay State.
A beer made by Vikings. Only order it if you can pronounce it.
Can't buy Heady Topper? Make your own at home.
An endorsement for "born on" and expiration dates on IPAs.
Ever wonder what happens to all the ingredients that don't become beer?
A dark and smooth lager for stepping past light pilsners into a storied past.
Just the basics, please.
This week we focus on sour ales, which are great fresh or aged, and an IPA in cans.
It's kind of like the American Pale Ale... but Belgian.
Think of a giant tea bag, then add hops.
An enduring Russian Imperial Stout moves from 750ml bottles to 16-ounce cans.
The best chili recipe around also happens to use Shiner beer. Stay warm, friends.
The hoppier, more balanced, and less sweet winter warmer.
The hefeweizen's older, darker brother.
Once a scourge to brewers, this funky yeast strain is enjoying newfound popularity.
This week we focus on sour ales, which are great fresh or aged.
Some of the best, most uniquely American beer being produced today.
A primer to the grandfather of them all.
Exploring the science behind hops and salt.
Where in the world did today's hottest beer style come from?
This crisp, clean version of a traditional porter started its life near the docks.
As part of Sierra Nevada's third annual "Beer Camp" program, some small breweries might be coming your way.
For fans of the lager or Kölsch, this easy-drinking ale is perfect for relaxing.
A German coal miner's beer that has resurfaced throughout the US.
A rough, ancient beer that's worthy of renaissance.
A nearly extinct beer style is making a big splash on the contemporary scene.
Tart and salty, this unique German beer is back in style.
In the land of hazy IPAs, Dinner seeks balance.
What is a beer without hops?
Born out of necessity, the English IPA remains a favorite centuries after its creation.
A hoppy spin on a Belgian classic or a Belgian spin on a hoppy classic?
Exploring the history of America's favorite beer.
Ice cream is great. Beer is also great. Here's how to bring them together.
Poseidon's pints, to be drunk with a trident in hand.
A traditional Finnish brew, the juniper-tinged sahti is making a comeback.
Brewers put a distinctly American spin on classic Belgian beer.
Less roasty than a stout, more syrupy than a brown ale, and stronger than a strong ale.
A guide to one of the most complex beers ever brewed.
Unraveling Scotland's gift in a bottle.
The big flavor and big money behind finishing beer in bourbon barrels.
Should we reserve the term "farmhouse" for breweries actually on farms?
Stouts and pale ales. Together?
An introduction to the internet's newest craft beer publication.
An old German wheat beer, explained.
Drinking the beer that manages to balance juicy hops with accessibility and freshness.
At a time when bigger means better, why would a brewery choose to stay small?
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