5 Craft Brewers and their Favorite Lagers

Lagers are making a comeback in the United States. Here are some favorites among craft brewers.

Belly Up To The (Cider) Bar

Emily Hutto gathered a list of twelve cider bars that offer an array of cider flavors and styles from cidermakers around the world.

Beyond the Barley: Craft Brewers Go Rogue on Grain Bills

Move over, barley. Make room for some exciting new grains.

5 Craft Brewers and Their Favorite Farmhouse Ales

Professional craft brewers weigh in on their favorite farmhouse ales from near and far.

Breakout Brewer: The Rare Barrel

Through trial and error with three base beers, The Rare Barrel’s Jay Goodwin creates award-winning sour beers.

Craft Brewers’ Roundtable: Pilsner In Perspective

These brewers went on and on about pilsner. Most brewers do.

Breakout Brewer: The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.

The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co. tastes more like Munich than Austin with its award-winning lineup of hoppy American and traditional German beer styles that add to the breadth of the city’s already robust beer scene.

Breakout Brewer: Breakside Brewery

Breakside Brewery in Portland, Oregon, is well known for its IPAs—but that wasn’t really the plan. At least it wasn’t the whole plan.

Convert Macro-Beer Drinkers into Craft-Beer Fans for the Big Game This Weekend

But how, you might ask, will you possibly convert these folks to craft beer? Behold—four strategic moves for intervention.

Eight Peanut Butter Beers to Drink on National Peanut Butter Day

The National Peanut Board says Americans eat about six pounds of peanut products per person each year, but how much do they drink?