Coors Light Thinks Skiers and Snowboarders Can't Tell How Cold It Is Outside

You may not drink the beer, but you probably have heard of the Coors Light cans that change color with temperature. When the mountains on the label turn blue, that’s a sign the beer is cold... read more

New Lawsuit Accuses Anheuser-Busch of Watering Down Beer

We figure there are going to be a lot of wisecracks from the craft beer industry on this news: New reports say that a class-action lawsuit has been filed against Anheuser-Busch InBev, with consumers... read more

NYC Beer Week Kicks Off in Style

New York City Beer Week kicked off with a bang this weekend. New York craft breweries shared their beers alongside some great out-of-state breweries and everyone brought their A game to the Galapagos... read more

5 New Beer Styles We Love

As the craft beer industry evolves, beer styles are maturing. Beer style trends have emerged that are so much more complex than just trying to make a super hoppy beer or one that can be classified as... read more

Beer Review: Philadelphia Brewing Company Shackamaximum

With so many unique beers being produced in the Philadelphia region, it can be hard to create something that truly stands out and demands to be recognized. One such brew is Philadelphia Brewing... read more

Anheuser-Busch Outsources Production of 4 Goose Island Beers

When Anheuser-Busch InBev purchased Chicago craft brewery Goose Island in 2011, the companies were vocal about the fact that not much would change. Goose Island founder John Hall maintained oversight... read more

Anheuser-Busch Drops Modelo After Antitrust Lawsuit

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Budweiser owner Anheuser-Busch InBev is backing off from a deal with Modelo, revamping it to comply with antitrust laws. Anheuser-Busch, which planned to buy Modelo (maker of Corona), will now... read more

Beer Industry, Science Claim Beer Belly a Myth

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Despite what your budding waistline might tell you, the beer industry keeps insisting that beer does not contribute to weight gain. And if you're not inclined to believe them, here's a little... read more