It started out as the cool teenager who listens to alternative bands like Pavement and fights against the proverbial powers that be - railing against the world of the corporate beer giants. The US brewing
Here's the real reason your craft brew costs so much more than a six-pack of Bud. I've said it before and I'll say it again: There's never been a better time to be a beer drinker in America. The skillful
There are dozens upon dozens of different styles of beer out there, from pale ales to stouts to bocks. With so many styles of beer — and so many exceptions to the rules — it's incredibly difficult (not
For a beer style some people say doesn't exist, session India pale ales are having quite a moment. Largely nonexistent just three years ago, session IPAs — defined simply as IPAs that are less than 5 alcohol
Lager is on the rise. [Photos except where noted: Mike Reis] Every beer fanatic has an 'aha moment.' These stories usually begin with a stolen pull off Dad's Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or a sneaky Brooklyn
But with his flagship product, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Koch has become a prominent figure in the industry, and his company produces an estimated 1% of all beer in the US. Boston Beer Co. had a record
Randy Mosher has had an enormous impact on the craft beer culture in America. He's designed labels for fan favorite breweries, like Three Floyds in Indiana and California's own The Bruery. He's a part
“The most common vessel for serving beer—the shaker pint—was never actually intended to serve beer,” says Zach Mack, owner of Alphabet City Beer Co., a craft beer bar and store in New York’s East Village.