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Any brew worth drinking deserves more than crappy single-use plastic, so we stuck to reusable vessels

The 2019 U.S. Pro and Para-Cycling Road Championships are in Knoxville from June 27 to 30. Here's how to make the most of a weekend in Tennessee's "scruffy" jewel.

Cutting down on booze? Try these mocktail recipes instead.

The folks at MeatEater demonstrate how to prepare a delicious deer ham

From fruity sours to lagers that don't bore you to tears, we've got your must-drink list

Make your camping French press obsolete with these surprisingly good instant mixes

Artists and Instagram stars Charles Post and Rachel Pohl show us how to make their famous half-and-half pizza

Patagonia alleges that Anheuser-Busch is deliberately trying to confuse beer drinkers and profiting off the outdoor retailer's reputation as a sustainable company

Eat Like joins this outdoor artist couple as they make their favorite gluten-free pizza

The photographer on how to make the perfect summer mocktail

Chris Burkard shows us how to make his favorite non-alcoholic Mojito, with a little help from his wife, Brea

Perfect pits for your culinary exploits

Retiree and trail angel Carl Springer fires up his Coleman propane stove to make batches of omelets for hungry thru-hikers

Real nourishment for high performance

Jerky has gone beyond beef, and we are in love

Chris Burkard makes us his go-to lunch

Avocado is a fruit, after all. When you blend it with cacao, dates, hazelnuts, or other natural sweet flavors, you can whip up some healthy, satisfying desserts.

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When he needs a break from the fast-paced restaurant life, the acclaimed chef does it all, from climbing and surfing to hiking and skateboarding

This $18 piece of gear will hold a shower beer, a shower LaCroix, or even a shower coffee

Looking for a vegan gorp recipe? We've got you covered. Classic gorp recipe? We've got a delicious version of that, too. These DIY trail-mix recipes will supercharge your next hike.

We join outdoor activist Katie Boué, professional skier Brody Leven, and Spaghetti the dog in their Salt Lake City home for lunch

The spirits business has never had more women entrepreneurs. That's a good thing for whiskey lovers.

It's tough to find meat-free products that taste like bacon. These plant-based chips may have cracked the code.

The winner gets a place of honor in my camp kitchen

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Mushroom broth is full of vitamins and minerals, easy to make, and offers a healthy option for vegetarians feeling left out of the bone-broth trend

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Over a century ago, William Stanley Jr. invented the first steel vacuum-insulated bottle, forever changing the way we enjoy our favorite beverages

It's alcohol-free—the THC provides the buzz. And it's healthier, say its makers.

The fast-food behemoth announced plans to vastly reduce the use of antibiotics in its beef supply. This is a big deal.

Tequila master Nick Heil tells you how to raise your mix game from good to gold

Inside a repurposed Twin Cities brewery, a massive aquaponics operation is ready to provide a locavore's dream: fresh produce and fish, raised indoors every month of the year

Caffeine addict? Me too. That's why I love this vessel.

The brewery is using science to make Slightly Mighty, a low-calorie craft beer worth drinking

Todd Carmichael runs the billion-dollar La Colombe Coffee empire, but he still makes time for record-breaking jaunts across Antarctica

Yellow snow is a no-go. But that's not all you need to know.

After giving up competitive running, cycling, and triathlon, I bought a farm in Tennessee. I didn’t know at the time how challenging—and life-affirming—growing my own food would be.

It's healthier for you and the environment than beef, and it's delicious. So why aren't more Americans eating it?

The liqueur of your past bad decisions is having a second coming

It’s good for the planet and might even lessen your hangover. That’s something we’ll drink to.

Everything, that is, except your favorite drink of choice

We met pro skier Caroline Gleich and her fiancé, Rob Lea, in their home in Park City, Utah, to make their famous taco-salad dinner.

We'll never speak ill of hot cocoa, but sometimes it needs an adult upgrade, especially after heading back to work post-holiday

Jackets can be the wrong size. Bikes are hella expensive. But who doesn't love chocolate that won’t melt midhike?

Mountain towns are some of the best places to find award-winning craft spirits. These are our favorites.

Sierra Nevada is making Resilience Butte County Proud IPA to raise money for the Camp Fire victims—and has inspired hundreds of other brewers to join the effort

There's little a warm cup of joe won't solve

Yvon Chouinard and Patagonia Provisions plan to save the environment by changing how you eat

For a mouthwatering "fitcation," head to Cookeville, Tennessee, where CrossFit star Rich Froning will show you how to eat and play like a local

We caught up with climber Maureen Beck at her home in Boulder where she made us her famous mac n' cheese

Longing for a wilderness Thanksgiving? Steven Rinella, host of the podcast and Netflix show 'MeatEater' and a consummate outdoorsman, teaches us how to cook a turkey in the backcountry.

Warm up on chilly fall mornings at camp with this tasty pumpkin-spice French toast recipe from Fresh off the Grid

Craft hot sauce is the new craft beer. And there's no better way to spice up your backcountry meals.

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(Courtesy J.A. Henckels) J.A. Henckels International Classic Cleaver ($40) Help the grill master on your holiday list properly butcher meat with this six-inch, Spanish-made cleaver. It has plenty of heft to make quick work of bones and joints. Buy Now (Courtesy Townshend) Townshend’s Gin ($30) Hold…

Try this hearty twist on the fall classic

Indulge your inner child with a delicious crop of new fall craft beer and the perfect candy to compliment it.

Photographers Hamish Waterhouse and Hannah Chisnall purchased this van, dubbed Mowag, to travel across South America

A new crop of CBD food is aimed directly at helping athletes—and it tastes good, too

With a few changes to your pantry, you can make quick, cleanup-free meals on the road

Warm up on those crisp camp evenings with this tasty bourbon spiced cider recipe from Fresh Off the Grid. 

We love chocolate and marshmallow s'mores, but these cheese-filled options are delicious and gooey, too.

The latest generation of pellet grills cooks better food more conveniently

For a parking lot party unlike any you’ll find at a football stadium

We tracked down ultrarunner Cat Bradley at her home in Boulder to see how she feeds her long-distance lifestyle.

If you like your beer icy cold and your coffee piping hot, there’s no better option out there

Never choose between going outside and having cold beer again

Thanks to a growing list of new mocktails and alcohol-free beverage makers, nondrinkers have better options than ever

If you like cold, frothy beer as much as I do, pay close attention

Fall camping season has arrived, and this apple sweet potato hash recipe is the perfect way to fuel up on those crisp fall mornings.

Chef Eduardo Garcia travels to Mexico with fellow anglers Oliver White and Hilary Hutcheson.

If you're still using ground beef, you've got a lot to learn

P.T. Wood owns a gin and whiskey distillery in Salida, Colorado, where he also happens to be the mayor

There's time for one or two more gatherings around the flames before summer is officially over. Here are some libations to end the season right.

S'mores are obvious. Peach cobbler, on the other hand, is unique, delicious, and just might be our new go-to campfire treat.

Here are 5 great options. And not all of them are expensive.

And four things you should definitely not use it for

Watch to learn how to make this one-pot, camp friendly dish from Fresh Off the Grid. ​​​​​​​

We caught up with Sasha Digiulian, professional climber and master chef, to make dinner at her home in Boulder.

Veggie-based jerky, chocolate "milk," and gluten-free toaster pastries that still taste indulgent? Yes, please.