Researchers Map the Barley Genome to Improve Future of Beer

There's a lot of elements that go into brewing a beer but now, scientists believe they may have cracked the code to producing a better beer. Researchers just published the genome map of barley,... read more

Dogfish Head and Grateful Dead Make Collaboration Beer

While Dogfish Head is touting its seasonal Punkin ale, the beloved brewery is also concocting a new brew just for you Dead Heads. Introducing the American Beauty beer, a collaboration between the... read more

Autumn Beer: 6 Philadelphia Brews for Fall

Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale: Nothing says autumn like a good pumpkin ale. This one initially hits you with notes of cinnamon and then finishes with prominence of the classic cloves and nutmeg... read more

New Poll Shows Beer Drinkers Love Politics, Vote Republican

Remember that survey that showed Republicans drink Samuel Adams, Democrats love their Heineken, and Dos Equis is the most bipartisan beer? Now, a new poll reveals even more about beer drinkers'... read more

Cider Week: 5 Cider Producers Worth Trying

On Friday, Oct. 12, the second incarnation of Cider Week, part of Glynwood's Apple Project, kicked off in New York City and the Hudson Valley. The tag line of Cider Week says it all: "... read more

Beer Review: Guinness Black Lager

Guinness is easily one of the world’s most recognizable breweries. Its proud tradition of brewing all began in Dublin in 1759, when Arthur Guinness took out a 9,000-year lease on the iconic St... read more

Heineken Releases James Bond-Themed Beer Bottles

Heineken fans may still be angry about the massive product placement deal with the James Bond franchise, but everyone can agree that the new Bond-themed bottles are pretty sweet.  The Drinks... read more

10 Wackiest Wine and Beer Labels

We don’t judge a book by its cover, but a drink by its label? We’re only human, after all. We rounded up 10 wine and beer brands that caught our attention on the shelves, thanks to clever... read more