Wine Beer and SpiritsArchive
Nutritionists and pro athletes all worship at the altar of the orange tuber. Will cocktail enthusiasts be the next to join?
Asheville, North Carolina, has figured out the best way to lure new breweries: offer great places to play outside
The world's best beer-miler talks about his training and his new deal with Brooks
The race is on to try and map out a family tree of brews. Whether or not it will help you be a more informed consumer is up for debate.
Don't let the children's book concept fool you. This guide aims to help you decode your next glass of the strong stuff.
A nationwide survey of riders suggests that they aren’t as crafty as you might expect
A new interactive guide makes it easier to get your post-workout buzz on
America's most iconic park pairs perfectly with America's favorite beverage
Hot Springs, in Arkansas, opened a local craft beer bar earlier this year
Seems like a good idea, if it works. Trouble is, there’s no evidence that it will.
Helping ensure you favorite drink is cold and pure
We brewed 15 gallons of beer to put home brewing's coolest new gadget through the wringer
Barrels from Japan’s most famous distillery are aboard the International Space Station. What happens when you turn loose yeast in zero gravity?
You've had all summer to prefect your grilling skills, so make this event one to remember
Worldview plans to have patrons sipping whiskey in the upper atmosphere by 2017
Beer is good for marinating meat and basting vegetables, but potentially disastrous when used in other ways
The craft brew industry worries about regulatory holdups after the retirement of one epic regulator
The driving's so much easier when your Point B is a pint
Better? Yes. Amazing? Unlikely.
Sadly, if you haven’t bought tickets already, you’ll be at the mercy of scalpers
This 12-percent ABV beer survived a shipwreck
The yoga and run apparel maker is getting into the booze business with a post-workout brew
A brewery in New Zealand is fueling cars with beer
Booze-infused marshmallows let you make even better decisions in the backcountry
From selling in farmers’ markets to offering CSA shares, indie breweries are finding creative ways to get their beer into consumers’ hands.
Get a blast of nitro and coffee in a can
The stigma is gone. For years, canned beers were derided for their metallic taste. Worse, the options were limited—few breweries canned beer that you’d want to sample, let alone drink 12 ounces of. Then, Oskar Blues started canning its flagship Dale’s Pale Ale in 2002. And everything changed.
The seasonal confections help get girls into the great outdoors, so stock up.
Our ancestors likely got into fermented grains and fruit, so drink up.
The World Ski Championships, which run until February 15, will host more than 600 athletes representing 70 nations and thousands of spectators. Read: It's gonna be a party.
Taste the holidays...in a beer bottle.
The future of whiskey tastings doesn't involve a shot glass or liquid, but a glass globe and vaporized spirits