Craft beers

Celebrate National Doughnut Day with Evil Twin’s Imperial Doughnut Break

What a sweet weekend beer-drinking assignment!
Jun 6, 2014 2:00 pm

Today is literally the sweetest national holiday of the year: National Doughnut Day. Doughnuts are great but what does this have to do with beer? Well thanks to the innovative brewing techniques employed by Evil Twin Brewing, we now have a doughnut beer for your celebratory drinking enjoyment: Imperial Doughnut Break. All about this sweet brew (plus, history!) after the jump. 

The Cold One: We Pick The Best Brews for Your Stanley Cup Enjoyment

This series is gonna be a real brewser
Jun 5, 2014 2:00 pm

Although though I’m bitter about the first game, I have every reason to believe this series will be an epic ending to what has already been one of the most amazing playoffs in recent memory. Of course, if you have the agita of a true Rangers or Kings fan, you’ll want to have a drink while watching the rest of the series, so I picked out the best of both coasts. Enjoy a cold one no matter who you’re rooting for.

Craft Beer Loses One Of Its Original Rogues

Drink Rogue Ales this weekend to honor Jack Joyce
May 30, 2014 4:30 pm

Jack Joyce, co-founder of Ashland, OR's Rogue Ales who died this week at 71, was one of the few that believed that craft beer could succeed and made a career out of pushing the boundaries of what beer could be. Raise a glass with us and toast Joyce, an original craft beer rogue, with one of these five great Rogue beers.

South Carolina Reaches “Stone Bill” Deal, Anheuser-Busch Eats Lobbying Suds

Forces of good brew unite! Brewpub Bill set to pass
May 29, 2014 2:00 pm

Things really heated up yesterday in a joint legislative conference committee meeting, which resulted in changes to the brewery part of the "Brewpub Bill." Here's what that means for the lucky (if arrogant) bastards at South Carolina's Stone Brewing Co. and other favorite local breweries. 

Weekend Drinking Assignment: Pay Tribute To Beers We Lost In 2014

Do Memorial Day bottle shares, remember great beers
May 23, 2014 2:00 pm

Whenever Memorial Day comes around there seem to be a million lists that tell you what you should drink for grilling season. We thought we’d spend this Memorial Day reflecting on some of the beers we lost over the past year. Pay homage to these great brews after the jump. 

Anheuser-Busch Goes to War with South Carolina's "Brewpub Bill"

A bitter fight is brewing in the Palmetto State
May 22, 2014 2:00 pm

The state’s biggest brewery buzz comes from Stone Brewing Company as plans for a SC-based brewery, complete with brewpub, are currently in the works. In the meantime, Stone is trying to help a bill pass allowing for a major increase in the way brewpubs operate. The effort to expand these establishments has been met with opposition from Anheuser-Busch, which could delay or even prevent the bill's passing altogether. Sharpen your pencils and write a letter.


Drink (But Please Don't Steal) Cantillon's Sour Beer From Their Bomb Shelter

An international beer heist has us all puckered up!
May 16, 2014 1:00 pm

The explosion of Cantillon’s popularity has led to some adjustments in the last year, namely the opening of a new cellar facility in an old bomb shelter in Brussels. Yes, it is a real bomb shelter, complete with metal entrance that swings up from the ground. Metal gates engraved with Cantillon's logo protect the fermenting treasures. How cool is that? Cool enough for someone to make off with some seriously valuable brews. The story, right this way. 

Uh-Oh...Coors Admits They Are Losing Sales To Craft Beer Drinkers

An interview with Coors chairman reveals the news
May 12, 2014 2:30 pm

It’s not often we shift our attention from the craft brewing world, but a recent interview in the Denver Post with Pete Coors, chairman of Molson Coors and MillerCoors, has our attention piqued. How bad is the situation in macro brewing? And what can you do to make it worse? Answers (and a few interesting revalations), after the jump.


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