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The Atlantic reports on the state of the U.S. beer industry. "Beer lovers of America might be forgiven if their grasp of the current brew-scape feels iffy," author John Tierney writes.
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Giant beer companies excel at ludicrous advertising campaigns and contests. But Molson is attempting the promotionally sublime via the ridiculous with the creation of what may be the world's biggest beer keg.
Big news came out of Missoula's craft brew community yesterday, the kind that has us itching to raise a toast in celebration.
Brewery owner VC Brands decided to rebrand TSA, which has been operating for seven years from its site at Throsk, following the expansion of its management team with the arrival of director and investor, Andrew Richardson.
Nova Scotia Liberals have introduced legislation that will allow u-vint and u-brew business owners, such as Ross Harrington of Wine Kitz, to produce wine and beer in their stores.
They've just been voted Dudley and South Staffs CAMRA branch club of the year for the eighth successive time.
Forget loud music, karaoke, pool and spirits Colchester's latest pub venture is set to be just all about real ale.
For kids Easter means eggs will be colored, Easter baskets discovered and chocolate eggs devoured.
For centuries, brewers have given or sold the leftover grain from the brewing process to local ranchers and dairy farmers for cattle feed.
Residents in North Dakota's largest city are ready to celebrate the premier of "Fargo" the TV show, along with an actor from the area who plays a part in the series.
Charlotte’s NoDa Brewing Company won a gold medal for it’s Hop, Drop ‘N Roll IPA.
A three-piece rock band will be helping to provide live music entertainment at a sporting club's annual beer festival.
Few things are more vexing to think about than the price of a pint. Ask anyone you like and they'll say the price is wrong.
The bottles of Kettle and Stone beer and the listings at the brewery's Gunbarrel tap room name each ingredient so customers know what they're putting in their bodies.
WQLN's 8th Annual Micro Brew Festival brought a crowd of 1,600 to Brewerie at Union Station, drawing people from as far away as North Carolina.
Wow it's HOT! Of course it's hot because its about some of the most loved things in Sacramento: Chili, Beer and Art for Children.