American brewers are catching on to what’s been known in Norway for centuries: This stuff can make some fantastic beer.
In the same way that many of history’s most beloved songs have come to life as the result of beer drinking, there’s a platinum-selling
collection of beers inspired by—and, often, named after—a song, album or band.
DRAFT’s editors taste dozens of new beers each week. These were our four favorites.
A few of the ales aged in alternative barrels we’ve been digging over the past six months.
Breweries owned by Anheuser Busch-InBev are brewing each others’ beers at facilities hundreds of miles from one another. And you’d never know the difference.
Breweries have been making beer to honor their favorite squads for years. Here are some of our favorites from around the wide, wide world of sports.
New beer legislation could make it easier for brewers to make and sell their beers—and easier for you to drink it.
The San Francisco-based brewery is financially insolvent, it announced on its website Friday.