Combining beers is either a mortal sin or a completely natural part of beer appreciation, depending on your perspective. What’s the future of this controversial practice?
Alcohol delivery services aim to make ordering a six-pack as easy as as ordering a pizza. But what price do you pay for convenience?
As 2017 draws to a close, we can say this: there is a lot of good beer out there. More than ever before, in fact, which makes narrowing down a list such as this all the more challenging.
Ten years ago in Copenhagen, two high school friends began brewing beer under the tutelage of their physics teacher, Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, who is now one of the world’s most well-known brewers. Since then, the two have created more than 200 different beers, with more to come.
Rwandan entrepreneur Fina Uwineza will open her country’s first craft brewery as a tool for female economic improvement. She just might create a national beer along the way.
Life lessons from the guy who inspired Phil Dunphy, TV’s greatest goofball dad.
In America, “brewing revolution” is a marketing tagline. In Thailand, it’s a fight for the right to brew at all.
All less than five years old, these breweries are poised to make their marks on American beer in the coming decade.
Trees’ influence on beer isn’t limited to barrels. Today, brewers go whole log, using needles, sap, leaves and bark to create beers born of their surroundings.
One of Brooklyn’s best dining and drinking spots triumphs over square footage.