From April’s Saison Day to National Lager Day in December, there’s a beer-centric holiday to celebrate just about every month. But do they make an impact?
Once dominated by a few macro lagers, Switzerland’s recent craft brewing boom has left it with more breweries per capita than any other European nation.
With patience and hard work, the traditional Kriek may no longer be a thing of the past as Belgian brewers partner with farmers to revive growth of the Schaerbeek cherry in Brussels.
More and more independent brewers are getting into lager brewing, but plenty of misinformation still exists. We asked Firestone Walker brewmaster Matt Brynildson to help us dispel five common myths.
Authors Brandon Fralic and Rachel Wood talk about their writing process, and revisit a few memories from the months of work they put into their first book, Beer Hiking Pacific Northwest.
Three Weavers Brewing Company co-founder and brewmaster Alexandra Nowell shares the steps that led her from a college classroom to a Los Angeles brewhouse.
John Bedard has become the go-to brewery architect in Brooklyn, with projects from Threes, Kings County Brewing Collective, Grimm, and more making up nearly half of his current portfolio.
From Washington to Tennessee, barbershops across the US that have embraced the relationship between local beer and the barber’s chair say the bond has proven to be a boon for their business.