Brewing Traditions: Baltic Indulgence

Thick, rich, smooth Baltic porter is a comforting treat for the frigid months. If only it were easier to brew...

Podcast Episode 123: Blake Tyers of Creature Comforts on Wood-Aging Beer

The wood cellar and mixed-fermentation director for fast-growing Creature Comforts in Athens, Georgia, dives deep into brewing and blending barrel-aged beer.

Brewer's List: Five on Five

Game recognizes game. Here, we’ve asked five of the country's most accomplished brewers for their favorite beers of the past year.

Nappy Roots Spread the Craft Beer Gospel

Southern hip-hop group Nappy Roots—who named their last tour the Great American Beer Run—are also brewers and beer enthusiasts. Cofounder Skinny DeVille told us how it all happened and shared some of his favorite breweries.

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Recipe: Lupulus Brune

This recipe courtesy of Brasserie Lupulus in the Ardennes offers a modern spin on the Wallonian strong brown ale.

Editors' Picks: Brown Ales of Belgium

Historical quirks, local preference, and individual creativity all have a say in the diversity of Belgium’s brown ales.

Style School: Brown Ale, the Belgian Way(s)

Belgian panache and historical tricks can liven up a slice of the color spectrum often seen as decidedly unsexy.

Editors’ Picks: Two Recent Beer Books

Every year brings a spate of new beer books, often released ahead of the holiday shopping season. From Issue 36 (Dec 2019–Jan 2020), here are a couple of recommendations.

Podcast Episode 122: Jeff Bagby of Bagby Beer on a Historical Approach to Brewing for the Future

What if the next hot trend is a return to old favorites? Stranger things have happened in the world of food and drink. On that bet, Bagby Beer of Oceanside, California, is all in.

Video Tip: Make Your Own Tap Handles with 2nd Shift

Steve Crider, founder-brewer-handyman at 2nd Shift Brewing in St. Louis, demonstrates a quick, low-cost method for making your own tap handles.