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Five of the Best Fruited Sour Beers Right Now

Five of the Best Fruited Sour Beers Right Now

Heralded as the next big thing for more than three years now, sours occupy a divisive corner of the beer world. According to the internet, it’s women who love them. No, wait, it’s gender-nonspecific hipsters. Or maybe everyone loves sour beers, we just don’t know how to talk about them. In truth, anyone who appreciates tangy flavors and a […]

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6 of the Best Porters and Stouts to Warm Up Your Winter

6 of the Best Porters and Stouts to Warm Up Your Winter

Those who frequent Irish pubs might argue there is no wrong time to drink a Guinness. Still, few beer styles are as perfectly suited to the depths of winter as stouts, the style Guinness made famous, and their cousins, porters. These two dark, malty styles are often grouped together and, in some circumstances, brewers use […]

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5 Barrel-Aged Beers You Should Drink This Fall

5 Barrel-Aged Beers You Should Drink This Fall

Barrels aren’t just for whiskey and wine anymore. There are nearly 7,000 barrel-aged beers listed on BeerAdvocate —a major influx since the early 2000s when a few craft labels like Firestone Walker and New Belgium introduced their barrel-aged options. Today, breweries are experimenting with old bourbon, wine, tequila, rum, and Scotch barrels, imparting unusual flavor […]

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8 Great Breakfast Beers

8 Great Breakfast Beers

Let’s start with the bad news: Beer is not, in fact, the breakfast of champions, for the simple and devastating reason that life is not a sassy T-shirt slogan. But that doesn’t mean beer is exclusively for the ne’er-do-well’s breakfast table. Plenty of occasional-do-wells have also been known to partake of an a.m.

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The 8 Best Beer Bargains

The 8 Best Beer Bargains

Beer is, by and large, pretty cheap. For about 10 bucks, you can change the entire trajectory of your day without even resorting to the bottom shelf. It’s remarkable, really. Plus, beer isn’t, strictly speaking, absolutely necessary for human survival. It’s mostly optional. So I have very little patience for complaints about beer pricing.

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