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Kate Bernot is DRAFT’s beer editor. Reach her at kate.bernot[at]draftmag.com.

Looking to get out of town for a brewery adventure, but don’t have more than a day? These itineraries have you covered.

Both boast founders with solid beer resumes, but their planned paths are markedly different.

As restrictive laws change, Calgary brewers lead a province-wide beer bonanaza—and make up for lost time.

“The problem is that the BA continues to refuse to let the consumer make up their own mind and tries to make it up for them.”

Outdoor beer festivals, a hootenanny, Christmas in July and more beer events this month

The symbol is intended to differentiate independent breweries from those owned by Big Beer. Will it work?

The set of historic beers includes a kotbusser and a 19th-century-style Arctic ale.

Generally reserved for porters and stouts, coconut goes on summer vacation when paired with fruity hops.

Whether it’s beer brewing, hop farming or special needs families, communities lift each other up. The Olson & Son Hopyard just happened to overlap a whole bunch of them.

New breweries mine family heritage and decades living abroad to test Americans’ appetite for styles like authentic Scottish wee heavys and Italian grape ales.

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