3 Beer Myths That Won't Go Away

Today’s beer drinkers demand more than the thin, yellow lagers from the giant multi-national breweries. They are better informed and have a more developed palate than ever before, and the craft... read more

50 Beers in 50 States

With more than 2,000 craft breweries in the U.S. today, it seems like it might be hard to walk more than 100 feet without running into one. While that’s not quite the case just yet, you can... read more

Beer Review: Great Divide Espresso Oak-Aged Yeti

Finding a great beer in Denver isn’t anywhere near as difficult as finding Bigfoot. But of all the great craft beer makers in the Mile High City, the Great Divide Brewing Company offers up one... read more

6 Beer Facts We Learned at Brewer's Choice at NYC Beer Week

Last Wednesday, the New York City beer community descended on City Winery for beer tastings and gourmet pairings during the third annual Brewer's Choice. Situated right in the middle of New York... read more

Anheuser-Busch Says 'Watered-Down Beer' Might Just Be Water

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Apparently some people just need to learn what Bud Light tastes like; last week's $5 million lawsuit against AB InBev claiming that they watered down their beers has been met with a cheeky... read more

The New Whiskey + Beer Chaser for St. Patrick's Day

It's officially the season to pull out the Jameson and Irish whiskies you have lying around (though we think really any day is good enough for some Jameson). And while most may love to... read more

Beer Review: New Albion Ale From Boston Beer

In 1976, Jack McAuliffe founded New Albion Brewing Company, and ushered in the craft brewing era in the United States. Though he was ahead of his time — the brewery didn’t last more than... read more

20 Things You Didn't Know About Guinness

With the beginning of March comes everyone's favorite excuse to toss back a few — Saint Patrick's Day. And while some may think that green-colored beer is the only way to enjoy a... read more