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Thinking about most of their beers as a triangle, Jason Synan and Mike Renganeschi want to focus on acidity, hops, and botanicals. However, each characteristic doesn’t play the traditional role in their beers that one might expect.
The National Audubon Society is working with brewers in the Delaware River Watershed to keep waterways clean so that customers can continue to drink great beer and birds don’t lose their habitat.
As the 2019 Utopias edition gets closer to our glasses, Jennifer Glanville, the director of brewing operations for Boston Beer sits down to talk about what goes into making a beer so boozy it might as well be a spirit.
Students of brewing have a chance to enter their beers in a national competition just for college and university brewing programs.
The key to a proper gose, says Fal Allen, the longtime brewmaster at Anderson Valley Brewing Company, is to go easy on the salt and don’t put too much stock in the fancy stuff.
In the city of Middletown, New York, the line forms early outside of Equilibrium Brewery on weekends for fans jonesing for a hops fix. This is what happens when professionally trained scientists get involved in brewing.
Mike Pallen paid his dues as a homebrewer and after helping some other breweries get off the ground all while working on his own recipes, he's busted out onto the national beer scene.
TrimTab Brewing’s Founder is focused on its local community, discovery of flavors, and a belief that even something very small can have a big impact on its surroundings.
While the thought of ale spontaneously fermenting in coolships might conjure thoughts of the country, you’re more likely to find it in cities across America.
In an interview, Jeff Alworth talks about his new book that looks at the impact and importance that Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. had on Portland, Oregon (and beyond).