Love ’em or hate ’em, beer geeks play a key roll in the beer industry, particularly when it comes to today’s booming craft beer scene.
What’s new in beer, from peacemaking homebrew to trademark disputes and gluten-free brew.
Much like polar ice caps and the spotted owl, global beer culture is in jeopardy.
Follow our simple instructions and in four weeks you’ll have a pint to call your very own.
Just 10 years after its founding, Three Floyds Brewing, a small Indiana microbrewery, has grown into an unlikely craft-brewing powerhouse.
When we heard about these new double-walled, 16-ounce beer glasses, we had to get our hands on a couple and test them out.
Anton Schwarz, the Bohemian immigrant and editor of The American Brewer until his death in 1895, racked up more geek cred in a few years than any of us could in a lifetime.
The Beer Geek’s advice on sodium, stirring up yeast in Hefeweizens, the risks of cellaring and over-carbonated beer.
The landscape of the beer geek is as rich and varied as the outside world; a microcosm of society as a whole.
A little sacrifice from the fridge can pay off big-time on the grill with beer-based marinades.
Idaho, Wyoming and Montana all boast some fantastic, overlooked winter destinations, offering more room on the slopes than their crowded, more-heralded neighbor to the south, as well as more elbow room at the bar.
While most beer geeks seem to think they’re totally above the beer image wars, they’re not.