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.
With so many great craft beers, you would be forgiven for asking, “Why make my own?” The answer's simple: for the sheer adventure of it. This stuff will help the end product taste pretty decent, too. (Courtesy PicoBrew) PicoBrew Model C Brewer ($549) Trying to brew your own beer can…
Most brewers use only a handful of commercial yeast strains. What a waste.
Because the best brewers know: good beer starts at the source
Activated charcoal makes for a novel drink, if not a magical health elixir
Go ahead, be a sheep and get the same insulated metal growler as everyone else. Or you could be a forward-looker and opt instead for this growler ($68) handmade from slip-cast ceramic. The sides are a full half-inch thick to keep your brew cold and the neck is carefully crafted on a potter's…
Good beer comes from great water. These breweries are leading the charge to save more of it while making tasty new ales.
Our gear writer has a love affair with this vessel—and if you think it's just about the beer, you'd be dead wrong
Everything you need to play mixologist in the backcountry is likely already in your pack
An airstream with a DJ set up and full bar.
Crack open one of our favorites this Friday—otherwise known as National Beer Day
Advances in technology tease us with the possibility of safer alcohol, but there are lots of regulations and ethical questions still to be tussled with
Consider your après handled
A former banker started from scratch to create what might be Patagonia's first distilled spirit