Beer & Trends

Sweetwater Pit and the Pendulum beer
Atlanta’s Sweetwater Brewing Company has announced its second cork-and-cage release, The Pit & The Pendulum. At a special industry-only tasting...
Beers Made By Walking, Beer Connoisseur Magazine
Stinging nettles, wild chokecherry and blue gummy bears are not your usual beer ingredients – unless you’re Eric Steen, the founder of Beers Made by...
Fado Midtown Atlanta
When Kieran McGill opened his first Irish pub in 1996 in the Buckhead Village community of Atlanta, the Summer Olympics hordes were descending on the...
Grainfather Homebrewing Kit
When New Zealander Peter Eastwood started his homebrewing business in 1989, most homebrewers used extract kits for their ease of use and ubiquity....
Online Beer Trades Florida Beers
The Local Shelf Beer Mystery Box Exchange doesn’t want your whales. LSBMBE takes a different route from the usual beer trading that takes place...
Beer on TV
In light of an ongoing aggressive TV campaign by Anheuser-Busch that seeks to divide Budweiser drinkers from those who choose craft, how will craft...
Anderson Valley Blood Orange Gose
The Gose style started in a place called Goslar, in Germany, where minerals from the nearby Harz Mountains provided the River Gose with a tangy,...
Secret Stash Bash 2015 Glasses
The two sessions of the event were spread out over six and a half hours, and by the time I arrived at the start of the second session, a crowd of...
Going on a "beer run".
No longer confined to pubs with a good beer list, it is not uncommon to find athletes consuming craft beer before, during, and after recreational...
Left Hand Nitro Pours
 Nitro beer sounds like a power adjunct borrowed from Wrestlemania or maybe even drag racing’s Nitro Funny Cars.  When it comes to beer, the term "...
Pumpkin Beers
Mega-pregnant and massively irritated by last summer’s sweltering weather, my wife made a serious demand. “We need to get out of Brooklyn,” she said...
Great American Beer Festival 2012
The buzz for this annual gathering of brewers, distributors, and acolytes began even earlier than usual this year when 49,000 general admission...
The Ale-House Door, Henry Singleton, 1790
Great novelists did not just write about strong beer. Take James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” for example, undoubtedly one of the great books of the 20th...
Milwaukee Brewers Logo
There’s something special about passing an afternoon gazing lazily out over an emerald field with a brew in hand. For quite some time, though, beer...
Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye Label
Hmmmm… Should I choose this Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout, whose logo was designed by Milton Glaser, or instead go with North Coast Brewing Company’...

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