Brewers have warm hearts for cold-fermented beers, and we asked these five brewers to share the objects of their greatest affection.
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For homebrewers looking to up their game—and for anyone looking to share their enthusiasm with beer-curious people—here are five picks from our editors
West Coast? Hazy? Fruity? Dank? From our Spring 2023 issue, these five brewers’ tastes in India pale ale maps the breadth of the style itself.
Whether they’re smooth, malty throwbacks or hop-drenched progressives in crimson tuxedos, here are some of the best American amber and red ales we know.
The Cellarmaker Training Bines IPA that we named one of our Best 20 Beers in 2022 was one of five that came from five different breweries in an unusual collaboration project. Now, you can brew it on your own system.
If “fruit beer” was once a niche style, it has since evolved into something much more significant, absorbing other traditions along the way to become a vibrant celebration of some of the most popular flavors on Earth. Here are five picks from the pros.
Here, we plot state populations against the number of breweries in each state, to get insight into which have the most and fewest breweries per capita.
There are many shades of black, and there are many stripes of porter and stout. If Guinness Draught remains widely popular yet barrel-aged beasts are what excite the geeks today, what do the brewers themselves prefer? Here are five pro picks.
One of the most accomplished brewmasters in America and founder of the Pink Boots Society, dedicated to supporting women in the beer industry, Teri Fahrendorf shares six beers and memories from a career of defying expectations. Although recently retired from brewing, she’s not done with Pink Boots or with continuing to leave her mark on beer.