Like Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try

Like Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try
Chances are, you’ve occasionally thrown back a few bottles of a popular Mexican amber lager. Maybe you drank them before you got into craft beer and now they make you nostalgic, or maybe you harbor dreams of being the Most Interesting Man  — or Woman — in the World. Whatever the reason, the popularity of Mexican-style lagers persists even among seasoned ... Read more

Boise Beer Travel: The Quiet Ascent of a Rich Beer Culture

Boise Beer Travel: The Quiet Ascent of a Rich Beer Culture
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It’s been said that if Portland, Oregon, and Bend, Oregon, had a baby, it would be Boise, Idaho. There’s merit to this claim. Boise residents are an outdoor-loving lot. The area’s warm, dry climate is conducive to exploring nearly 200 miles of hiking and biking trails minutes from downtown. The Bogus Basin ski area is a short drive from the ... Read more

 Top 50 US Craft Breweries

 Top 50 US Craft Breweries
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The Brewers Association (BA) released its annual ranking of the Top 50 U.S. Craft Brewing Companies Wednesday, saying the breweries on the list are “providing optimism” in a “dynamic time for the brewing community.”
More than 5,200 breweries are operating in the U.S. right now, which is more than any other time in the nation’s history ... Read more

Class of 2016: 34 of the Best New Breweries in the US

Class of 2016: 34 of the Best New Breweries in the US
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In a year when a whopping 861 breweries joined the ranks of America’s booming beer industry, choosing favorites is an almost impossible task. A decade ago that number represented more than half of the national total. So, to help us build our annual feature on brewery openings, we asked our readers, followers, and contributors for their suggestions. Here are 34 ... Read more

Big in Japan: Stouts in the Land of the Rising Sun

Big in Japan: Stouts in the Land of the Rising Sun
There’s no doubt about it: Stouts are huge in Japan. At the World Beer Cup in Philadelphia earlier this year, Japanese breweries claimed seven medals for the style, including two golds. “They are getting more recognition, it seems like,” says Hiroyuki Fujiwara, a beer judge and president of the Japan Beer Journalists’ Association. “For craft beer brewers, it’s more enjoyable ... Read more

New Belgium’s Brewery, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers

New Belgium’s Brewery,  Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers
This year marks New Belgium’s 20 th year for making sour beers, which first launched its wood beer program in 1997 with La Folie. The award-winning sour ale’s 2017 version is now available and continues the sour ale tradition thanks to the craftsmanship of New Belgium’s blending team. Every year, Eric Salazar, New Belgium’s Wood Cellar Manager, and Lauren Salazar, ... Read more

Brewers Find Bold Beer Flavors in Barrels Beyond Bourbon

Brewers Find Bold Beer Flavors in Barrels Beyond Bourbon
The number of craft breweries with some level of barrel aging program has risen dramatically over the past decade, with most gravitating toward used whiskey casks, particularly bourbon, to add new oaky, vanilla and boozy flavor elements to select batches. But whiskey certainly is far from being the only game in town, especially as brewers experiment with oak containers that ... Read more

8 Arizona Breweries You’ll Want to Explore

8 Arizona Breweries You’ll Want to Explore
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Beer enthusiasts around the Grand Canyon state would agree that over the last half decade, Arizona breweries have grown exponentially. Phoenix and Tucson, in particular, have exploded their numbers of craft breweries, as Arizona residents have fallen hard for beer from small and independent brewers. In Tucson alone, seven new breweries opened up in 2016 and another one opened its ... Read more

An Interview With Saint Benjamin Brewing

An Interview With Saint Benjamin Brewing
Succeeding in a big beer city like Philadelphia can’t be easy. This is a town that sits alongside Portland, San Diego, and Asheville as one of the great beer Meccas in the United States, after all. While that means it’s packed with beer lovers, it also means there is a lot of competition. How do you rise above the ... Read more

Beercation: Seattle

Beercation: Seattle
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“It’s like household, however with higher beer!” The person on the bar laughs as he tosses me a solution to my query, “Why do you come right here daily?” His standing as an everyday was cemented when Geaux Brewing moved in down the road and began serving him the perfect beer he’d ever had. “Household, however with higher beer” is ... Read more

Breakout Brewer: El Segundo Brewing

Breakout Brewer: El Segundo Brewing
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In a sleepy beach town less than twenty miles from downtown Los Angeles, a five-year-old craft brewery is on a mission to change how people see—and taste—hoppy beer. El Segundo Brewing Company has quickly evolved from a favorite of local beer geeks to a destination in L.A.’s thriving South Bay craft-beer scene. And now, the hops-obsessed brewery is gaining national ... Read more
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