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Too many brewers spoil the batch? Not at these crowdsourcing upstarts. Monday Night Brewing social-networks the old-fashioned way: The brewery hosts brewing-tasting events in …

Better known for three-martini power lunches, the nation’s capital region was without a production brewery for the past half-century. Suddenly, there are six different …

Travis Smith (a Russian River, The Bruery and La Jolla Brew House alum) and Douglas Constantiner (another Bruery face) will divide their Societe Brewing …

The science behind the Boston brewery’s moniker.

Brewers are resurrecting the true-blue porter.

Owner Bill Herlika shows us how the homebrewer spirit can thrive in the brewing industry.

Love is as fickle as wild yeast and can be as fleeting as the head on an English brown. Yet at their North Fork …

No glass allowed? No problem.

What to put away and haul out of the cellar now.

What is terroir, really, and can you find it in beer? Stan Hieronymus goes around the globe to see if where a beer is born makes a difference in the bottle.