Wine Beer and Spirits
Leave the fancy fixings and bar tools at home
It’s hot, you’re sweaty, and a crisp, refreshing beer sounds really nice right now. Here are our favorites.
Looking to sub your wine or beer with something nonalcoholic yet delicious? Try Enroot.
At a bold and stylish new brewery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Missy Begay and Shyla Sheppard are using traditional Native American ingredients to produce delicious craft creations, part of a growing movement that’s changing the face of domestic beer
Sometimes all you need is a basic brew. After testing eight, we identified the the ones you should keep on hand.
Essentials for creating the home patio bar of your dreams
Fill your thermos and bring these warm mixed drinks along for après-ski, socially distanced happy hours, and cold-weather tailgates
A good meal or beverage is hard to beat
Elevate your happy hour
The craft beer revolution turned the tall cousin of cannabis into a breakout ingredient, infusing your brew with flavors and aromas that range from stone fruit to barrel oak. Christopher Solomon hits the road to understand why hop madness isn’t over yet—and why brewers and plant breeders are always on the prowl for the next big thing.
The company is raising its prices (kinda) to raise the alarm on climate change
Portable, ready to imbibe, and no contact required. What more could we ask for?
Elevate your barbecue game
Caledonia Spirits would normally be making booze, but it found a better way to help in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Other distilleries around the country are switching things up, too.
Our Gear Guy has yet to find a koozie that keeps beverages frosty for longer than the Colster. Its vacuum insulation traps cold air, and the stainless-steel wrap protects your brewski—to an extent—if you drop it. That’s why this insulator is our go-to drink accessory for campground kickbacks.
It's a vessel. It's a koozie. It's perfect.
A researcher thinks we may be able to recycle beer waste into a powerful algae-fighting tool
We drove to Mexico and filled our thermoses with margaritas (for gear testing)
Make your season a little less indulgent with these twists on the classics
A frosty cold one is best when shared. So are America's public lands.
You can take it with you—if you put it in a flask. This guide to flask cocktails shows you how.
Plus, our four favorite cans of summer
The brewery is using science to make Slightly Mighty, a low-calorie craft beer worth drinking
If you like your beer icy cold and your coffee piping hot, there’s no better option out there
A warmer, drier future is coming for our hops. Luckily, these folks have developed a nice little workaround, thanks to a gene-editing tool that could help create a hop-free beer.