Foreign Breweries

Like Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try

Chances are, you’ve occasionally thrown back a few bottles of a popular Mexican amber lager. Maybe you drank them before you got into craft beer and now they make you nostalgic, or maybe you harbor dreams of being the Most Interesting Man  — or Woman — in the World. Whatever the… Lees verderLike Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try »

New Belgium’s Brewery, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers

This year marks New Belgium’s 20 th year for making sour beers, which first launched its wood beer program in 1997 with La Folie. The award-winning sour ale’s 2017 version is now available and continues the sour ale tradition thanks to the craftsmanship of New Belgium’s blending team. Every year,… Lees verderNew Belgium’s Brewery, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers »

Brewers Find Bold Beer Flavors in Barrels Beyond Bourbon

  The number of craft breweries with some level of barrel aging program has risen dramatically over the past decade, with most gravitating toward used whiskey casks, particularly bourbon, to add new oaky, vanilla and boozy flavor elements to select batches. But whiskey certainly is far from being the only… Lees verderBrewers Find Bold Beer Flavors in Barrels Beyond Bourbon »

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Best in Beer 2016: Readers’ Choice & Editors’ Picks

Our first-ever Best In Beer issue kicks off with a selection of awards categories chosen by thousands of you—our readers—through an online survey of subscribers. What do you, and your beer and brewing enthusiast peers, consider to be your favorite beers, breweries, styles, and more? Read on for your top… Lees verderCraft Beer & Brewing Magazine Best in Beer 2016: Readers’ Choice & Editors’ Picks »

Beercation: Seattle

“It’s like household, however with higher beer!” The person on the bar laughs as he tosses me a solution to my query, “Why do you come right here daily?” His standing as an everyday was cemented when Geaux Brewing moved in down the road and began serving him the perfect… Lees verderBeercation: Seattle »

Get Your Pumpkin On: Our Favorite Pumpkin Beers of 2016 (so far)

 If you’ve been to the beer store lately, surely you’ve noticed that it’s the time of year where we have pumpkin beer up to our tonsils. Some of us put on our Charlie Brown T-shirts and cheerfully fill up one or two make-your-own six-packs, while others throw garlic and holy… Lees verderGet Your Pumpkin On: Our Favorite Pumpkin Beers of 2016 (so far) »

10 Breweries With Bang-Up Barrel Blending Programs

Blending beers combines different batches of sour beers to create not only interesting and nuanced flavors, but to ensure that the sourness of each beer is on point. The beers typically rest in oak barrels held in brewers’ cellars for months—or even year—before they’re brought out for the public’s consumption.… Lees verder10 Breweries With Bang-Up Barrel Blending Programs »

Cruising By way of Cascadia: Important Pacific Northwest Beer Experiences

Each beer geek has their comfortable place. A favourite bar stool inside sniffing distance of fermenting wort or an inviting spot to speak with a pleasant bartender. Maybe it’s someplace to journey to often, or a brewpub with a transcendent menu and an environment to match. Lately, beer tourism has… Lees verderCruising By way of Cascadia: Important Pacific Northwest Beer Experiences »

Pedals and Pints: Bike Path Breweries Enchantment to Cyclists

For a lot of cyclists, having fun with a chilly beer is now not only a reward for ending a difficult journey, it’s the aim of the journey itself. “Craft beer appeals to cyclists’ sense of independence and journey,” says Invoice Watts, an skilled bike owner who has accomplished long-distance… Lees verderPedals and Pints: Bike Path Breweries Enchantment to Cyclists »