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The Jailhouse: Old West Charm and New School Beer in Buena Vista, Colorado Barkeep by

Colorado beer-industry pro Sarah Haughey opened The Jailhouse Craft Beer Bar in the squat, 850-square-foot building in Buena Vista that briefly served as the town jail 137 years ago.

A Festive Shift: Why Beer Events Are Moving Beyond the One-Size-Fits-All Model The Business of Beer by

As the ubiquitous, one-size-fits-all beer festival loses its appeal, organizers are rethinking the events in an effort to entice both attendees and brewers.

Higher Prices, Brighter Futures? The Changing Landscape of Beer Retail Feature by

As craft brewers push to distinguish themselves from Big Beer, revenue from higher-priced premium beers is increasing faster than any other craft segment. Will that make the $8 six-pack a thing of the past?

Rabbit Sausage: 3 Pairings Table Mates by

At The Mighty in Miami, co-owner Ryan Brooks pairs a housemade rabbit sausage with three beers that aren’t overly hoppy.

Where to Drink in Denver, Colorado Destinations by

When the industry’s so-called “third wave” washed over Denver, it grew the ranks of breweries from fewer than 10 in 2009 to more than 45 today.

New Wave Funk: The Next Generation of American Wild Ale Brewers Feature by

While terroir is certainly popular, one of the other trademarks of today’s Wild Ale makers is collaborating with distant brewers who float in and out of host breweries like microflora in the breeze.

The Great Barrel Race: Foeders Are a Rare (and Mysterious) Commodity Feature by

Increasingly, sour beers—and the foeders used to produce them—are becoming a less-surprising feature among American craft breweries. And while larger breweries with connections acquire as they go, the demand for foeders among smaller breweries is only growing.

Beer News News by

Auburn University to offer a major in brewing science; Budweiser responds to suit alleging Bud “watered down” brews; Philadelphia sues Yuengling for $6.6 million in back taxes; a brewery expansion roundup; and Scottish brewery chastised by anti-alcohol groups over “breakfast beer.”

Skyler Weekes, Founder and Owner, Rocky Mountain Barrel Co. Last Call by

Sky Weekes was a wine geek with a culinary degree when he decided to launch his barrel-broker business out of a U-Haul garage three years ago. Today, he’s worked with nearly every brewery in Colorado.