The Best Way To Pair Whiskey and Beer

There was a time when high-quality beers and whiskeys were enjoyed side by side in slow-sipping harmony. Likely first popularized by steam locomotive workers...

5 Drinks That Can Speed Recovery

  Alcohol is no nutritionist’s ideal post-workout drink. But let’s be honest — if you’ve just battled through an after-work run or basketball game, it’s...

17 Beers You Have to Try from the Great American Beer Festival

The 2016 Great American Beer Fest poured nearly 4,000 beers from 800 breweries over the three-day celebration of craft beer. Despite our best effort,...

Why Not Beer?

Patagonia's rich history of outfitting the world's top adventurers adds another important chapter as the company launches its first beer. Long Root Ale, produced...

Rare Whisky Expected To Sell For Over $600,000 At Auction

Long Story Short A collection of rare Japanese whisky might be about to go under the hammer for £500,000 in an online auction. That’s approximately...

You Think You Know the History of the IPA

So you love IPAs — join the club. The IPA has become the dominant form of craft beer in America, and, increasingly, throughout the...

You Need To Try This Beer Made With Cloud Water

From unfiltered German wheat beers to New England–style IPAs, many beer styles are known for their cloudy appearance, but Scotland’s Innis & Gunn has...

Why You Need to Learn About Beer Jelly

After canning all winter in Vermont, former archeologist and avid canner Nancy Warner ran out of fresh and frozen fruit. “I really wanted to...

America’s 10 Most Influential Beer Drinkers

From Oskar Blues Brewery's Dale Katechis to Brewers Association CEO Bob Pease, these are the most influential brewers, beer educators, lobbyists, importers, and exporters...

What’s Peat and How Did it Get in My Whisky?

Peaty scotch can be a polarizing topic among whisky drinkers — some love it, some hate it, very few are impartial to it. For...

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