Despite never publishing a magazine before, going against the grain, breaking a lot of publishing rules, and running on a pure passion for beer and a dream, we’re still here.
Grolsch swings to SABMiller, Widmer and Redhook to merge, Canadians’ outdated beer fridges, “Dublin Beer Bandit” at large, and a new beer allegedly reaches 20 percent ABV.
It’s time to turn the tables and tell beer drinkers how they can improve as patrons of good beer. Here are some beer resolutions to make you a better beer drinker in the New Year.
Break the cycle of your bad habits and climb out of your homebrewing rut with these Brew Year’s Resolutions.
Spiced holiday brews have a long, flavorful history. Rather than a perversion, Spiced Ale is the original beer.
In a dozen-odd years of professional brewing, Weyerbacher Brewing Company’s Dan Weirback has traded restrained English-style Ales for big, brawling Belgians, bourbon barrels, and imperialized… well, whatever he can make an Imperial, he will.
Novelty beer mug candles, a sleek personal breathalyzer, and a beer history book.
Bob Brewer discovers an inexpensive and uncomplicated way to reduce the foam from your favorite brew.
The protection properties of cardboard cases; ninja yeast battling in extreme beer; and another cool versus warm myth busted (again).
The Bros urge consumers to ignore the hype and only buy Westvletern beers if they make the pilgrimage to Belgium.
Tens of thousands of beers were tasted and thousands of places were put to the beer geek test for our largest beer in review ever. Who’s the best of the best? The results are in.
Taste the nuances of the latest holiday beers by cooking tasty treats with your favorite seasonal brews.
When in the big city, where to drink to avoid being overwhelmed by hordes of tourists and staggeringly mediocre beer selections? Let us show you.
Fred Bueltmann discusses the atmosphere of friendly competition amongst brewers in Michigan.