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While some professional brewers have gone on record as outspoken critics of the New England–style IPA, others have embraced it wholeheartedly. We asked a few brewers who were sympathetic to the style to share some of their favorites.
Over the past three years, Cory King’s Side Project Brewing has gone from labor of love to the #3 rated brewery in the world on the social beer-sharing app Untappd. What’s in the 6-pack of his choice? Read on to find out.
Here are a few hippie- and metal-influenced breweries to seek out.
The culture of waiting in line for new and limited releases is an anomaly in the history of beer but not necessarily the cultural outlier in American commerce that some make it out to be.
Despite the fact that we put no style restrictions on the five brewers we asked, every one came back with an imperial stout. Read on to see what these brewers are drinking when they’re not drinking the beer they make.
Check out a few craft-beer alternatives (both abroad and in the United States) that celebrate the Irish.
Several themes kept bubbling up across all of our conversations with the brewers and brewery owners—change, quality, and growth.
The “Love Handles” department in Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine® is devoted to great beer bars. Here are the three beer bars that we explored in Issue 17 (February/March 2017).
Since opening NoDa Brewing Company five years ago, Brewmaster Chad Henderson has expanded the brewery not only in size, but in the number of unforgettable beers he brews.