In the last of our special episodes that offer brewers’ insights into their Best in Beer 2022 winners, Twin Barns head brewer Randy Booth shares the process behind their top-scoring German-style pilsner.
By applying what we know now—using a grain bill that goes easy on the crystal/caramel malts and new yeast strains that overlay fresher, brighter aromas—we can achieve an updated throwback that lets us enjoy the best of both worlds.
In this clip from their video course, Hop Butcher for the World cofounder Jude La Rose describes what Riwaka’s unique full-spectrum flavor profile can do for a beer, whether that’s an IPA, a lager, or even a Kölsch.
Maximum flavor in fruit and other ingredients is what consumers have grown to expect from Wiley Roots, and they’ve built an atypical process for building intense but rounded flavor in fruit beers as well as bigger barrel-aged stouts.
New York City–based writer Courtney Iseman, a Craft Beer & Brewing contributor and author of the newsletter Hugging the Bar, shares her highlights from the past year.
An influential if irreverent voice among drinkers today, the driving force behind DontDrinkBeer.com and the Malt Couture podcast shares his top tips and beers of the past year.
Our intrepid managing editor—currently based in Bangkok—shares his favorite beers of the year and ponders what may lie around the next corner.
From books on Brussels beer and brewing with hemp to a handmade bottle-pouring cradle, here are a few recent editors’ picks that could also work as gift ideas.
IPAs have become the driving force and signature style family of American craft beer, now available in a wide spectrum of forms, flavors, and strengths. But which ones do the pros prefer? Here are five of their picks.
Among the many takeaways of the pandemic: Drinking beer at home can be a real pleasure. Here, our Gearhead considers some of the gadgets, equipment, and other improvements that can help make your beer-house a beer-home.