Author: Heather Vandenengel

Heather Vandenengel is a freelance writer living in Boston. Contact her at [email protected]

À la Fût: Quebec’s Cowboy Brewers From the Source by

Two hours north of Montreal, this 5-barrel brewpub is housed in a 150-year-old building that once served as a general store. Its small town of Saint-Tite also hosts a rodeo every September.

Pint by Pint: Building a Beer Scene in Southeast Asia Feature by

DIY resourcefulness can be seen across Southeast Asia, as expats and locals open small breweries and try to create a new beer culture that runs deeper than light lager over ice.

Glutenberg: Brewing Gluten-Free Beer in Quebec From the Source by

Glutenberg, based in Montreal, Québec has a simple, yet formidable, mission: to make beer that’s not only good gluten-free beer, but good beer, period. This ambitious attitude drives the young brewery to experiment with new techniques and embrace and highlight gluten-free grains.

Valley Malt: New England’s First Micro-Maltster Feature by

Before New England’s Valley Malt existed, a farmhouse brewery could never truly be a farmhouse brewery, and a harvest beer could never truly be a harvest beer.