Beer Review: Corsendonk Agnus Tripel Ale

Though the golden version of the style wasn’t developed until recently (sometime during the 1900s), Tripels are currently one of the most popular types of Belgian beers consumed around the... read more

6 Pumpkin Beers You Must Try This Fall

Pumpkin Beer
Pumpkin lends its autumnal flavor to everything from lattes to muffins this time of year, but one of its best uses is definitely the slightly spicy, slightly sweet, pie-y goodness it offers beer. [... read more

Gluten-Free Boozing

I recently made the conscious choice to start eating and drinking gluten-free. While many people in this country are troubled with gluten allergies that force them into this decision, I made this... read more

Beer Review: Southampton Publick House Saison Deluxe

Southampton Publick House of Southampton, N.Y., has been brewing "beers of distinction" since opening in 1996. The brewery holds so many Great American Beer Festival medals that it’s... read more

Budweiser to Release Higher-Alcohol Beer

The worlds "Budweiser" and "higher alcohol" usually aren't synonymous, but Anheuser-Busch is looking to gain ground in that area. Introducing the new Black Crown brew, which... read more

Beer Review: Yeastie Boys Pot Kettle Black

Yeastie Boys is a collaboration from two New Zealand brewers who burst onto the craft beer scene in 2009 with a hoppy, American-style porter, Pot Kettle Black. Today, the formerly mysterious beer is... read more

First Taste: Anderson Valley/Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout

Beer aged in bourbon barrels isn't spectacularly new (take the ever popular Goose Island Bourbon County Stout), but that doesn't stop our excitement for the newest bourbon take on craft beer... read more

Chris Cooley Tried to Negotiate Beer Into Redskins Contract

Once all the I's and T's are dotted and crossed, Chris Cooley, tight end for the Washington Redskins, had one more thing he really, really wanted in his new contract: a case of beer. ... read more