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'Drinking Buddies' director: Craft beer 'dominates my life'

It should come as no surprise that craft beer is the centerpiece of director Joe Swanberg’s new romantic dramedy “Drinking Buddies,” because the man is a massive beer geek.<p>The film stars Olivia Wilde ("TRON: Legacy") and Jake Johnson (Fox’s "The New Girl") as a pair of coworkers at a Chicago …

Beer

The Beer and Wine Journal™ — Brew, Drink, and Be Awesome.

German hefeweizen bottles are a great choice for packaging highly carbonated ales, like this one.<p>Brut IPA is meant to be fizzy. And, there are a …

Beer

Hops and change

MOST Americans may not realise it, but their country is a little freer, and perhaps slightly tipsier than it was last month. On July 1st it became …

Beer

Forget Portland: China Might Just Be the New Epicenter of Craft Beer

The Chinese beer market is already the world's biggest, but palates there are quickly evolving past the run of the mill brew.<p>China's craft brewing niche has made considerable steps in recent years. The country is already the world's biggest beer market, with consumption recently reaching 50 billion …

Beer Labels in Motion, Intoxicating Animated GIFs of Craft Beer Labels

Beer Labels in Motion is a Tumblr blog by Boston-based video editor Trevor Carmick in which he creates and posts (weekly) intoxicating animated GIFs …

Craft Beer

Blue Moon Tells Beer Snobs to Drink Up and Show Respect: Retail

MillerCoors LLC has a message for beer snobs: Blue Moon is an authentic craft brew. So show a little respect.<p>Aficionados long ago dubbed Blue Moon an …

A Brief History of Sour Beer

On a quiet June afternoon at Philadelphia’s Monk’s Cafe, William Reed, a former Boston Beer Company brewer, popped the top on part of an experimental batch that he’d brewed in 1996. Originally made at the request of Tom Peters, the happy pasha of Monk’s, it was a Flanders red ale called Brewhouse …