At Manchester’s Beermoth, the Casks, Kegs, Bottles, and Snacks Take Flight

From our Love Handles files on the world’s great beer bars: In Manchester, England, Café Beermoth is a Belgian-inspired bar offering a wide selection in an array of formats ... and sausage rolls, too.

By: Matthew Curtis

RELATED:

Whitelock’s Ale House Is at the Heart of Leeds and Its Story

Recipe: Flix El Paso Paydirt Pete’s Pilsner

Jono Gaytan, head brewer at Flix Brewhouse in El Paso, Texas, says this easygoing pale lager that features Idaho 7 is “meant to be enjoyed during college football games or mowing the lawn.” (Or, no doubt, during a movie at Flix.)

By: Johnathan “Jono” Gaytan

RELATED:

Embrace Hoppy Lager (By Whatever Name)

Podcast Episode 354: Viva Las Vegas! Dave Pascual of Big Dogs Plays His Medal-Winning Cards Close to the Vest

With 10 GABF medals (including four golds) and three World Beer Cup medals (two more golds) to their name, this Las Vegas brewery has cracked the competition code and figured out how to win big.

By: Jamie Bogner

Previewing ProMach Craft Beer Solutions at This Year’s Craft Brewer’s Conference

At this year’s Craft Brewers Conference in Las Vegas, our brands will be bringing the latest in processing and packaging technology tailored toward the craft-beer industry. Come visit us and meet with the subject-matter experts of the industry!

By: ProMach Craft Beer Solutions (Sponsored)

Fun and Flavorful Pastry Stouts with Great Notion | Brewing Course

Lara Hargrave, lead brewer at Great Notion in Portland, Oregon, takes us on a journey through the production of big, whimsical, indulgent, nostalgia-inducing dessert-inspired stouts.

By: Lara Hargrave

Elevate Your Brewery with Arryved Brewery Management

Grab a cold one and let’s dive into the wonderful world of brewery management software.

By: Arryved (Sponsored)

Recipe: Keeping Together Thoughts Without a Thinker

This mixed-culture saison with oranges, Earl Grey tea, and saffron scored a 99/100 with our blind panel and delighted our editorial team, who named it one of their Best 20 Beers in 2023.

By: Averie Swanson

RELATED:

The Best 20 Beers in 2023

Gearhead: The Enviable Lightness of Craft Lager

What does it mean to worship at the altar of crisp? For brewers, it means special attention to technique and to the cellar.

By: John M. Verive

RELATED:

Gearing Up to Brew Lager

Make Your Best Kentucky Common

Kentucky common is a smooth, drinkable, light-amber hybrid that’s closer to Kölsch, cream ale, and California common than it is to Jack Daniels.

By: Josh Weikert

RELATED:

Recipe: Spelunker Kentucky Common Ale

Podcast Episode 353: Viva Las Vegas! Able Baker’s Matt Marino Goes All-In on Modern West Coast–Style IPA

High-gravity brewing, extreme attenuation, pilsner malt, modern hop products, and non-diacetyl-producing yeast all figure into the ways that this Las Vegas brewery produces its compelling—and top-selling—West Coast–style IPA, Atomic Duck.

By: Jamie Bogner

In Pursuit of Hop Magic to Broaden the Reach of Craft

Has craft beer reached its apex? We’re confident that the answer is an emphatic No! Many people have yet to find a beer that they feel was made for them. Hop varieties abound; however, a broader array of hop profiles (both in flavor and structure) will help brewers reach these untapped consumers.

By: Indie Hops (Sponsored)

Video Tip: Have Patience and an Open Mind When Barrel-Aging Barleywine

Give those barrels plenty of time before tasting, says New Image founder Brandon Capps, and be open to new possibilities when tasting different components for blending.

By: Brandon Capps

RELATED:

Video Course: Building Big Barrel-Aged Barleywines with New Image

The Humble Origins of a True French Saison

One of the world’s most respected brewers of dry, rustic farmhouse ales, Daniel Thiriez of Brasserie Thiriez, shares the story of his brewery, his yeast, and their place in the small northern French town of Esquelbecq. As told to Ryan Pachmayer.

By: Daniel Thiriez

RELATED:

Recipe: Thiriez La Rouge Flamande

Latest Recipes >

Latest Issue >

Spirits & Distilling >

Popular >

Latest Video Courses >

Building Big Barrel-Aged Barleywines with New Image

From selecting malts with intention to deploying Madeira-inspired macro-oxidation, finishing on different woods, and blending to taste, New Image founder Brandon Capps outlines a technical approach to crafting characterful barrel-aged barleywines.

Brewing Historically Inspired Smoked Beers with Our Mutual Friend

Jan Chadkowski, head brewer and co-owner of Denver’s Our Mutual Friend, outlines his approach to brewing historically inspired, smoke-forward beers of high drinkability.

Mastering Cold IPA

The brewer who invented and defined cold IPA—Kevin Davey of Heater Allen and Gold Dot Beer—shares the tips and techniques needed to brew one that shines.