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WDA: Spend a Weekend at Beer Camp with Sierra Nevada

You're never too old for camp when there's beer
Aug 1, 2014 12:30 pm

Some of my fondest childhood memories come from summer camp in New England, where sports, sing-alongs and color war were the most important things in the world for two months every year.  Once those summers were behind me, I really never though I'd be in a position to go back to camp...but now there's Sierra Nevada's Beer Camp, a massive collaboration project and traveling beer festival hitting the Northeast this weekend! All about Beer Camp, after the jump. 

6 Places To Stop During A Beer and Seafood Crawl Along Massachusetts' North Shore

Wicked good eats and drinks and more drinks
Jul 29, 2014 9:00 am

There's no finer summer eating than a paper basket of fried clam bellies unless maybe it's a lobster roll. And, there's no better way to wash all this down than with some of the region's craft beers. Jenny Miller hits the road to find the best spots for eating and drinking along the Massachusetts shore line.

David Duchovny Could Have Been A Beer-Drinking Russian Cosmonaut!

Plus, highlights from the translated comments
Jul 28, 2014 3:00 pm

Welcome to David Duchovny's latest fantasy: being Russian! Dude, I'd fantasize about being Russian for a well-paying Siberian Crown beer endorsement deal. In this commercial — for a brew one Rate Beer user reviewed as "not Budweiser, fairly thin and generally not remarkable" — Duchovny wonders from the vaguely erotic confines of a space suit if his ancestors had not emigrated from the motherland, what might he have been?

Alms for the Pour: Crowdfunding Breweries Is A Very Good Thing

For real craft beer fans, this one's a no-brainer
Jul 25, 2014 2:00 pm

I'm generally very much in favor of crowdfunding campaigns. They're an effective way to help support local breweries that might not yet have the facilities to increase production or distribution outside their city, let alone outside of their street. Plenty of breweries now making waves have benefited from it...one craft fan favorite is being a little sketchy, and here's how you can make the right choice.

GlobALE Warming: The Fall of Summer Beer

Pumpkin beer hits shelves in July? Seriously?
Jul 24, 2014 1:00 pm

It looks like the beer world will be having an exceptionally long summer and equally early winter. I noticed a December expiration date while drinking a summer ale. There's nothing wrong with drinking summer seasonals well into fall, but isn't it brewed "just" for summer? Is this some kind of beerpocalyptic warning with seasonals showing up literally months before the season hits? Why are pumpkin beers flying off the shelves right now? Where exactly are we getting pumpkins in June?

How To Make Craft Beer Hot Dogs 3 Ways

Beer-spiked condiments make happier sausages
Jul 22, 2014 4:00 pm

Tired of suspiciously perky cooking show hosts? Us too. Enter Jonny Garrett, our champion at The Craft Beer Channel, which is much more important than the sun-dried tomato channel or fancy...whatever channel. In honor of Germany's recent World Cup win, Garrett whips up three hot dog variations: balsamic beer onions, beer-spiked currywurst sauce and beer mustard, which is not simply beer mixed with mustard. You'll see. 

CANping: Your Guide To The Best Canned Beers for Camping

Stars, sky and suds for the thirsty outdoorsman
Jul 18, 2014 1:00 pm

There’s really nothing like getting in touch with nature, but whether you're glamping (glamorous camping) or just backpacking it, you shouldn’t brave the wild without awesome brews. If you’re planning on camping this summer, bring these cold ones to the mountain, forest, beach or otherwise outdoors party.

Meet The Michigan Brewers Who Made It Cool To Drink Beer All Day

Founders ushers in a new chapter led by a tiny brew
Jul 9, 2014 3:00 pm

It’s pretty incredible to imagine that Founders Brewing Company, which moved to its new digs in Grand Rapids, MI, in 2008, nearly tanked. According to co-founders Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers, the company's success primarily involved making beer that no one initially thought would sell. Enter Old Dirty Bastard, KBS and the brand's breakout hit, All-Day IPA. I sat down with both partners at their brewery to hear the stories and drink the beer.

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