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Purpose Brewing hosts its grand opening, tapping plenty of “salt and pepper” beers

Beers with mushrooms, hibiscus, yuzu and plenty of barrel influence await.

Is mead barrel-aging the next big thing in beer?

Mead-makers have begun to age more of their creations inside oak, opening up a whole new world of flavor possibilities for brewers.

Barrel-fermented vs. barrel-aged: What’s the difference?

What the yeast are up to—and when—makes all the difference.

Elegant wine-minded beers give you the very best of both worlds.

5 beer gadgets you can crowdfund now

Products from compact homebrew devices to spent-grain snack bars compete for your cash.

The next barrel-aging brewery to know: Chicago’s Whiner Beer

A Goose Island veteran and a Cicerone team up on barrel-aged Belgians … in cans.

Ferdinand is not your grandpa’s Stiegl beer

Expect more experimentation (like this rum barrel-aged imperial alt) from the Austrian brewery.

Seek out Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s most “kinetic” brewery

Manic? Obsessive? Genius? The brewery’s founder isn’t far from a beer Willy Wonka.

Indiana’s 18th Street Brewery to expand, release barrel-aged beers in 2015

Get your hands on barrel-aged Sour Note and Hunter variations in April.

Full Sail takes us behind the scenes for a look at its barrel program.

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