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American beer 40 years ago, and one of its chroniclers

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Before there was Michael Jackson, there was Bob Abel. Let me explain that. I don’t mean to say that Abel existed first, although he did. I mean that Abel’s big beer book came before...

Brewmaster Mitch Steele is leaving Stone Brewing

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Stone Brewing announced today that venerable brewmaster Mitch Steele will be leaving the brewery to start one of his own. His last day will be June 30. Steele has been with...

Stone Brewing reportedly lays off dozens of employees

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On Wednesday night, as DRAFT’s editors were settling into our usual post-work beers, we received a somewhat cryptic email: “Wanted to give you guys the heads up stone began the process of laying...

Smoke signals: Grodziskie is back

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The nearly extinct Grodziskie is slowly coming back, and it’s the brewer’s best guess at how it should taste. Perhaps beer brewed in the manner of Grodziskie, a style also called Grätzer,...

Cellaring: Evolving flavors

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Today’s (thirsty) Thursday, which means it’s time again to talk a little about cellaring your beer. Last week we got some tips on how to build your cellar, and today we’re taking...

Out of the cellar: 3 Goose Island Belgian ales

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  Jess Suworoff for DRAFT I’m a fan of Goose Island‘s Belgian-style ales—”the ladies,” Sofie, Matilda, Gillian, Lolita, Juliet—straight off the shelf. Generally, they’re expressive and lovely, wonderful to pair with food or drink alone....

America’s 100 best beer bars: 2011

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Beer bars are cropping up around the country at a frenetic pace, so paring our annual list down to 100 was no small feat. That said, we’re confident that if you...
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Kveik: The hottest new centuries-old beer yeast you’ve never heard of

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Let’s start with the word itself. Kveik (say it like “kwike”) means “yeast” in a particular Norwegian dialect. Appropriately, the word mainly refers today to yeast that has been reused for generations...
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Brewers Association announces plans to crack down on offensive and sexist beer labels

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The topic of diversity in craft brewing, whether focused on the dearth of minorities working in the industry or beer names and labels many view as sexist, is a hot one of late. The Brewers...
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On Iceland’s dung-smoked whale testicle beer

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Fin whale testicles may not seem like a natural ingredient for, well, anything. But Dagbjartur Arilíusson, owner of the Steðji microbrewery in Iceland, disagrees: Whale testicles—actually, whale testicles smoked with sheep dung—are...
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Your fancy beer is more caloric than you think

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We beer folks—those interested enough in the stuff to not just drink, but also to talk and read about it—we have a few elephants...

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