Guinness Pulls Out of New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade

Guinness has announced this morning that it will be pulling its sponsorship of the 253rd St. Paddy’s Day Parade in New York City, due to the rule set by the Ancient Order of Hibernians that... read more

Green Beer Turns 100 This St. Paddy’s Day

For the days and weeks leading up to St. Paddy’s Day, the green beer will flow in bars, pubs, and restaurants across the country. But did you know that the pint of shamrock-colored brew ... read more

Fans Suing Hockey Arena for Same Size Small and Large Beers

Hell hath no fury like a hockey fan (and beer-drinker) scorned. A group of Steelheads hockey fans are suing the Century Link arena for selling $7 large beers and $4 small beers in cups that hold the... read more

Lager After Lifting? Post-Workout Beer Released in Canada

Going to the gym? Don’t forget your can of beer! Canadian-based energy drink company Vampt has launched an all-new drink called Lean Machine that’s actually super-beer — a light... read more

Mother of Dragons! New Game of Thrones Beer Released

A Lannister always drinks his draughts. Brewery Ommegang has just announced the release of “Fire and Blood,” the latest in their line of Game of Thrones-inspired ales, which will hit... read more

Top 10 Low-Guilt Beers

Just because our society is becoming more health conscious it doesn’t mean we’re abandoning our go-to beverage: beer. On the contrary, many breweries are incorporating health concerns... read more

Blue Point Brewery Sold to Anheuser-Busch

Blue Point Brewery sold
Anheuser-Busch has announced on Feb. 5 that it will acquire Blue Point Brewing Company, the Long Island craft brewers with more than 40 beer varieties. Blue Point was founded in 1997 in Patchogue, N.... read more

Barrel-Aged Double Bastard Packs a Punch

This fall, Stone Brewing Company released Southern Charred, batch number seven of their 2013 Quingenti Millilitre series. It features the 2012 vintage of Stone’s classic American strong... read more