Russia's craft beer revolution: 'The last time people stood in line for beer was in the Soviet Union'
From Moscow and St Petersburg to the regions, a new generation of beer geeks is brewing a challenge to vodka-loving Russia’s deadly drinking culture It is a drizzly Monday night, but Craft rePUBlic is
Before wine-tracking apps such as Vivino and Delectable, there was the legendary Oxford Companion to Wine edited by none other than Jancis Robinson, world's coolest wine critic. Today, Robinson joins resident
Beer lovers rejoice! After years of less than stellar offerings (no offense Budweiser) airlines are riding the craft brew wave. According to Travel Pulse’s Paul Thompson, more and more are offering the
Here's my answer for Curious Cat: There is "one positive thing" in this economy - more than one, actually, but one sticks out. It's a huge boom with a delicious product. It's a true American success story,
Chicago-based United Airlines has one of the highest-ranked in-flight beer selections because of the growing selection of craft brews, a recent study found. The study, by Travelpulse.com and beer-rating
The craft-beer operation has been swallowed up by global giant AB InBev. Why do big brewers buy up smaller outfits – and is it a good or bad thing for drinkers? Assuming that the deal completes as expected,
Remember that ancient Alexander Keith's beer found at sea off the coast of Nova Scotia? Turns out, it was roughly 120 years old, and it actually held up pretty well over the decades. That's what a nearby