The Slow and Painful Death of the Dive Bar
Remember the good times before some yuppie bought and ruined your favorite watering hole by renaming it something along the lines of an “eco friendly neighborhood pub serving IPA's only?"
Elvis Presley's Estate Forces Brewer to Change Name of 'Elvis Juice' IPA
The real question is why the beer isn't peanut butter-, banana-, and bacon-flavored.
This Horse Drinks a Beer a Day to Keep the Vet Away
Beer is the best medicine (at least for treating this horse's disease)
Walmart Is Being Sued for Selling Fake "Craft Beer"
The lawsuit, which was filed by goddamn American hero Matthew Adam, says that Walmart used “fraudulent, deceptive and unfair” practices to sell the four beers produced under the Trouble Brewing name.
Your Liver Will Thank You For Drinking Hoppy Beers
According to a recent study, hoppier beers such as IPAs seems to be less harmful to the liver than straight alcohol and even hop-less beer.
Frosted Flakes-Flavored Beer Is the Ultimate Millennial Drink
Oregon-based breweries Montavilla Brew Works and Coin Toss Brewing have created an IPA from the sugary kids cereal.
Here Are the Cheapest Days of the Week for You to Buy Beer and Wine
By looking at 50 million receipts from retail stores, restaurants, and bars, the number-crunchers behind shopper-rewards app Ibotta were able to put together a thorough analysis of price fluctuations for beer and wine.
Hops Could Help You Fight Breast Cancer
With breast cancer affecting some 246,660 American women and 2,600 men every year, this is good news for beer drinkers of all genders.
The ‘Netflix’ of Beer Wants to Deliver Craft Beer to Your Door
We caught up with Brewpublik co-founder Charlie Mulligan to discuss how statistical algorithms can make for happy customers, good beer, and good business.
All the Ways Craft Beer Got Weird This Year
Even with our appreciation for the truly obscure, we couldn’t fathom how brewers came up with some of the crazy brews that we featured this year. Stag semen chocolate stout, anyone?
Craft Brewers Are Struggling to Find Cans
With a booming craft beer industry that has led to increased demand for cans, now can manufacturers and breweries alike are feeling the crunch.
What It’s Like to Brew Beer at 11,000 Feet
Cerveza Zenith brewery in the Peruvian Andes battles an altitude of 11,150 feet above sea level to produce its pale ales and porters. “Altitude is obviously an issue. No one is 100 percent sure on the rules,” says owner Zac Lanham.
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