Tag: Alaska

  
TapRoot in Anchorage, Alaska Barkeep by

Over the years, TapRoot has hosted everything from burlesque shows to Scotch tastings, plus ongoing events like karaoke nights and a trivia series. They’re doing their damnedest to keep Anchorage weird, and it seems to be paying off.

49th State Brewing Company: Alaskan Beer, Eight Months a Year From the Source by

For much of the year, Healy, Alaska, is a sleepy place. But from mid-May until mid-October things get rather busy, especially at Healy’s lone brewery, 49th State.

Alaska Brewed Feature by

A state of stunning landscapes and untamed wilderness, Alaska is often forgotten when surveying America’s craft beer boom. But from breweries approaching two decades in business to those that just celebrated their first anniversary, great beer and great people can be found in every Alaskan city.

Inspiration Last Call by

Mark Staples of Midnight Sun Brewing Co. reflects on his inspired journey from working computers for the Australian government to running his own brewery in Alaska.

Beer Travels Unfiltered by

Whether you spend hours checking out every beer hall listed on the web or you just wander into a place that catches your attention, always try to make time for beer-related travels, big or small.

Geoff Larson of Alaskan Brewing Company Going Pro by

Geoff Larson, co-founder and brewmaster at the Alaskan Brewing Company, has overseen a gold rush of a different sort: He has won more Great American Beer Fest medals than any brewery in the festival’s history.