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Eric Dunaway is responsible for the beer program at the country's wildest supermarket, Jungle Jim's International Market.
When it comes to breweries hitting the juicy mark, California-based Alvarado Street Brewery’s Contains No Juice Double IPA knocks it out of the park.
The iconic Long Island-based group have some words of wisdom for all the aging rockers out there.
By teaming up, brewers and chefs are creating new opportunities for up-and-coming culinary stars.
Hopfentea takes a traditional, low-gravity Berliner weisse and flavors it with fruits found in tropical tea punch.
Based on an award-winning homebrew recipe, Funkwerks Saison is a good, solid beer—but it could use a little more funk for balance.
This week's best new beers.
Suave Fest from Raíces Brewing Co. in Denver is an all-out celebration of Latinx brewing culture.
Longtime friends and Cape Cod characters Willie Fenichel and Nico Enriquez are creating a new kind of hard seltzer.
There are many fans of the cream-canned lager, but Banquet Beer is still awaiting its PBR renaissance.
Nightmare's imperial IPA Exposure—named after freezing torture—maximizes flavor and aroma through the use of cryo-frozen Citra and Mosaic hops.
Beer-drinkers around the world are speaking up to show that craft beer can be a diverse, inclusive space.
The uber-funk aroma of Deja Vous is appealing, but the beer itself doesn’t serve the same intrigue.
Pure Bathing Culture’s Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman discuss touring for their latest release 'Night Pass' and collaborating as a couple.
Pilot Project’s new brewers are serving boozy kombucha and beer-wine hybrids at this one-of-a-kind brewery and taproom.
Defiance Brewing Company’s flagship IPA Twisted Logik may be the best in a state that is becoming crowded with quality offerings.
One resident in the Bahamas said, “Send Beer.”
The origins of the style are just as mysterious as today's interpretations.
Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing has made a sessionable, unfiltered, hop-forward brew with the flavor of a juicy IPA.
If you can get past the ick factor, Reuse Beer might hold the key to sustainable water management.
Maybe it’s because Alaskan uses glacier-fed water from the Juneau Ice Field, but the beer tastes cleaner and crisper than most of the style.
From a killer rendition of an obscure style to a practically perfect pale ale, here’s what we’re drinking right now.
Drinking cheap beers by a lake is one of the best experiences in the Midwest. Now sober, I sought out a substitute for an experience I wasn’t ready to lose yet.
The Riot Fest 2019 lineup is all about the beer.
Phantom brewer Billy Powell is the mind behind these gruesome brews.
The Ohio brewery's fruited wheat ale is a little light on the fruit.
Broaden & Build in Copenhagen is a brewery, research center, and radically inventive testing ground for the future of the industry.
Every day’s a summer Friday when you’re sipping a beer slushie on a beach.
Salmon Pants, from 3 Floyds and Mikkeller’s collaborative WarPigs Brewery, is a gothic interpretation of the grocery store beer.
When Martin House Brewing in Fort Worth, Texas unleashed this salty gose, it created a phenomenon.
Makgeolli is a traditional Korean rice wine that's cloudy-milky in appearance and wields a tangy, fizzy, lactic-fermented flavor. It's also addictively good.
Tree House’s IPAs and double IPAs are world-class, but don’t pass over one of the brewery’s earliest offerings in Lights Out pale ale.
The drummer and producer isn't afraid of throwing back a few IPAs before a show as long as you "make sure it's not sloppy, but being loose is alright."
There is no other beer in Cologne. Crisp, light, delicious, kölsch is both the name of the local beer and the dialect of German spoken here.
Why some fine dining all-stars are swapping sommeliers for Cicerones.
Decadent Ales’ double dry-hopped double IPA Multiflora has the hop profile of a single IPA with the malty sweetness and ABV of a double.
Long Island’s Blue Point Brewing teamed up with Presidente on the plantain-infused golden pilsner Una Fría.
As the craft beer market gets saturated with more and more outlandish brews, these brewers decided to stop going wild and start embracing their mild side.
Funkenhausen's beer program can transport you to Cologne.
This Vermont-made beer is well suited for just about any drinker and any occasion.
First it was hard seltzer. Then it was Stronger Seltzer. Today it’s an unheard-of 14% ABV Four Loko Sour Seltzer.
Bourbon County Mon Chéri Stout is a seriously swoon-worthy beer.
This Cicerone-in-training took the latest internet food sensation and poured beer all over it.
SweetWater partnered with sunglasses brand Costa on Kick Plastic Pilsner to raise awareness about plastic waste in oceans and waterways.
Inspired by the classic Zombie cocktail, Social Hour blends pineapple and pink guava into a hazy summer ale.
After booming into the mainstream this summer, hard seltzer is getting its own party.
Mike Potter and Day Bracey are preparing for the second iteration of Fresh Fest, the first Black craft beer festival, after a wildly successful first year.
We turned to the pros for chef-worthy tips that you can pull off at home.
The Buddhist kingdom of the Himayalas is known for its stunning scenery and Gross National Happiness index. But craft beer? Not so much.
These new wave lagers are all about capturing an island vacation in a can.
The Birmingham, Alabama brewery has mastered the art of the canned beermosa.
Brewer Kathleen Culhane buries crystals in the brewery and performs Wiccan rituals before brewing a batch of beer.
The Florida brewery captures Grandma’s greatest hit in a 12-ounce package.
"I know that sounds crazy, but my parents would let me have a sip of wine or beer, and I loved beer when I was really young."
Grisette is a tart, low-alcohol beer historically enjoyed by miners. Jackie O’s take on the style, Scrip, does justice to this overlooked brew.
Because sloths and alligators deserve beer too.
Celebrate IPA Day with a guide to the wide world of IPAs, courtesy of two Master Cicerones®.
From double dry-hopped juice bombs to mouth-puckering sours, here are this month’s best beers.
With Two Lights, Allagash attempts to combine the best qualities of cold beer and sparkling wine.
Berliner Weisse was long dismissed by the city that made it famous, but now the beer is enjoying a renaissance at home—without those candy-colored syrups.
It’s easy to discern which side of the beer and cocktail divide Buckin’ Mule falls on.
The Chicago-based band compares its new album, "Forever Turned Around," to an Old Style and shot of Malort.
Joe Vogelbacher, a brewer featured in the documentary ‘Beers of Joy,’ shares what it’s like to take the toughest beer exam in the world.
Wild fermented, mixed cultured sours are taking their cues from the wine-making world and brewers are loving the funky, fruit-forward results.
You heard it here first: This tropical hop bomb DIPA from Toppling Goliath is even better than the brewery's beloved King Sue.
No one asked for beer and bubble tea to make a baby, but here we are.
A rare condition called auto-brewery syndrome can cause yeast to convert sugar to alcohol inside your body—and yes, it'll get you drunk.
Only a few American breweries have attempted this rare style.
"The first beer we tried tasted like mop water."
The tomato, clam, and beer-based concoction has gone from the beaches of Mexico to your gas station cooler.
Are We Having Fun Yet? from Ohio-based Hoof Hearted Brewing is double dry-hopped fruit bomb "party pale ale."
This is an example of a beer with too much of a good thing.
Banish the thought of the sticky-sweet Scorpion Bowls of yesteryear. These complex, fruit-forward beers are straight-up delicious.
From the upper reaches of the French Alps to the distant shores of Easter Island, here are the beer-heavy journeys of our dreams.
San Francisco’s Fort Point Beer Co. has resurrected Dortmunder lager on American soil with its new release, Export.
It looks like sparkling water but tastes like a fruity IPA—perfect for those times when you want a beer without the booze.
Upland’s sours have become something of a legend among rare beer-seekers, and Prim is certainly worth seeking out.
Over IPAs, songwriter-producer and ex-Deerhoof band member Chris Cohen talks about his father, why he doesn’t use producers, and the LA music scene.
The New York City-based band worked with the Chicago-based beer company to brew a Belgian-style wit named Wit Awake.
Masala fish fry and rooftop garden saison collide at Avling Kitchen & Brewery.
From beer baths and hop-scented beard oils to IPA aromatherapy candles, here's how to treat yourself with beer.
The 5% boozy iced coffee apparently tastes like Yoo-hoo.
With all the well-fruited kettle sours out there, it’s good to have a reminder of what a solid base, wild yeast, porous barrel, and patience can accomplish.
Alvarium Beer Co. is the first brewery to operate in New Britain, Connecticut in over 60 years.
Dean’s Zesty Booch, located in the scenic town of Bozeman, Montana, claims to be the world’s first producer of hard kombucha seltzer.
"The Chicken 'Schni' is a staple on every pub menu in Australia, and it’s essentially a really big chicken nugget. I’m sure the Germans would be mortified."
Developed by brewer/long-distance runner Shelley Smith and Samuel Adams, Marathon's 26.2 Brew is formulated as a recovery beer.
In a world where tea, coffee, and even soda are becoming pod-based, Pratinha Brewery's 'Magic Booze' craft beer might not sound so strange at all.
With Mural, the Colorado brewery attempts to bring the refreshing flavors of traditional aguas frescas to a summer brew.
To help you fulfill your patriotic duty, we’ve rounded up some excellent beers that are more American than sparklers stuck into a hot dog.