Craft Beer Stalled Thanks to Government Shutdown

America is finally starting to see some side effects of the government shutdown in its second week, in an area near and dear to Americans' hearts: beer. Turns out, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and... read more

Beer Grain Used to Make Granola Bars

Making beer can be a wasteful process; the grain used to make beer is often left over and used as fertilizer or fed to livestock, but according to ReGrained founders, sometimes it's just thrown... read more

21 Weirdest Beer Flavors

20 Weirdest Beer Flavors
Beer is undoubtedly one of America’s favorite drinks. It’s the perfect thirst-quencher after a hot day in the sun, and the ideal drink to casually sip on Sunday while you’re... read more

How to Brew Beer in Space and More News

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Beer Now Infused with Moon Dust

Forget Blue Moon; Dogfish Head Brewery has released a "Celest-jewel-ale," which reportedly contains "finely crushed particles of actual lunar meteorites." Which is to say, it... read more

Beer or Wine: Pick Your Poison

It’s almost like comparing apples to oranges, but to some extent beer and wine are comparable if we talk about market shares. A Gallup survey just this August showed that wine is encroaching... read more

Beer or Wine: Pick Your Poison

It’s almost like comparing apples to oranges, but to some extent beer and wine are comparable if we talk about market shares. A Gallup survey just this August showed that wine is encroaching... read more

Rare Beer Sells for $2,000 a Bottle

Sorry beer fanatics, you may have missed out. Grist reports that the limited, super-rare beer Dave from Hair of the Dog Brewing Company was on sale until it sold out yesterday, with only 12 bottles... read more