As the ubiquitous, one-size-fits-all beer festival loses its appeal, organizers are rethinking the events in an effort to entice both attendees and brewers.
By recreating historic recipes—sometimes on period-appropriate equipment—museums and beer historians are working to preserve early American brewing traditions.
Rack AeriAle, a nitrogen draft-dispensing system that updates the barrel-dispensing systems of old with new technology, allows beer from barrels to be chilled and carbonated on the way to the glass.
In her book, Utah native Jennifer Talley explores the history and culture of low-ABV beers and shares recipes and tips from some of the world’s top brewers.
Each Fieldwork label features a different image, spread across the entire surface of their cans to make an impact and embody the Bay Area brewery’s adventurous spirit.
Many beer scores follow a dated, A-F standard borrowed from the wine and spirits world that was basically designed for marketing.
Nonalcoholic beer makers hope that the product resonates with customers focused on wellness or battling health concerns.
Michigan craft brewing pioneer Arbor Brewing Company has taken on the Indian beer world, and will open its second South Asian location, a production brewery, in fall 2017.