For our Best in Beer 2019 issue, we asked you to tell us your favorite beers—that's it. No qualifications, no multiple choice. Here's how you voted.
The cofounder of the Fort Collins, Colorado, craft maltings dives deep into the science of malt, from field to fermentor.
In this clip from our full video course on kettle-souring, Resident Culture's Chris Tropeano discusses pulling lactic bacteria from the bottom of the kettle for re-pitching in future beers.
In case the colder months get you down, this brightly hopped wheat beer offers a taste of Southern sunshine.
For our annual Best in Beer survey, we asked you about your favorite homebrew equipment, brands, and stores. The results are in.
For our Best in Beer 2019 issue, we asked for your favorite brewers of eight different styles of beer. Here are the results.
Civil Life Brewing (St. Louis, Missouri) is a brewer's brewery, and their focus on sessionable beers has made them local favorites. Learn more about how they build character and expression in small beers.
In every issue our Love Handles department features three great beer bars. For Issue 34 we went to the Pine Box (Seattle), Stein Haus (Great Falls), and Small Bar (San Diego).
Nick Soulias of Tin Roof in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, says that yeast is key to accentuating hop character in "juicy" beers. He puts it to work here in their flagship IPA recipe.
Scott Vaccaro of Captain Lawrence in Elmsford, New York, shares his insight on why lactose works and what it brings to IPA.
Our editors, writers, and blind-review panelists have tasted thousands of beers sent to our office, passed over a bar at a brewery or pub, and poured at festivals around the world. Here is the culmination of the best of those experiences.