For centuries, Belgium has been associated with beer. First brewed
Craft brewers are turning to local farmers, foragers and fauna
Craft brewers increasingly are like chefs. They're sprinkling herbs and spices into their beers much like a chef who wants to complement a dish.
There's an old saying in the wine business: It takes a lot of beer to make great wine. The adage is especially appropriate this
Maine lobsters. Peanut butter. Graham crackers. Old Bay Seasoning. Citrus fruits. Craft brewers are dumping out-of-the ordinary ingredients into their tanks to create newfangled
Call it the ideal summer quaff for India Pale Ale lovers: This beer packs hop flavor, yet you can drink a few at a
In the past few years, Denver -- joined by its deluxe alter ego, Boulder, Colorado -- has been at or near the top of
Malt is a fairly mysterious ingredient, but craft beer is about to change that.
Like milling helps turn wheat into bread, malting helps turn barley