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Beat it, bubbly: These beer-centric oyster bars prove that bivalves and brews are a perfect match.


Craft brewers are once again embracing caves, tunnels and mines for aging beer.


As state laws capping ABVs ease, Southern brewers are flexing their muscles with double IPAs, Belgian quads and, naturally, plenty of barrel-aging.


Thanks to expats looking for better options, Hong Kong’s beer scene is finally charting a steady course.

From full-on charcuterie necklaces to a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air onesie, GABF brought it Thursday night.

The Mile High City has reached new heights, thanks to energetic urban renewal and a surge of award-winning breweries.

Hops, waterfalls, hiking and beer: Plenty of reasons to visit this Pacific Northwest gem in fall.

He’s been in the saddle at Anchor Brewing for 44 years, rising to the role of brewmaster when Fritz Maytag retired in 2010. In his free time, the 72-year-old takes the reins in a different arena.

Famous for his off-centered ales, the Dogfish Head owner finds balance on his paddleboard and works to conserve the ocean he rides.

From reporting in Beirut to opening Brooklyn Brewery in the ’80s, this former war correspondent has quite a story to tell.