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10 Things You Should Know About Rogue Ales

10 Things You Should Know About Rogue Ales

Oregon’s Rogue Ales and Spirits has been around for 30 years, yet the company maintains a youthful, rebellious attitude and approach to brewing. Thirty in brewery years is, like, 300; but even the trendiest members of the craft beer industry can’t resist Rogue’s charms. Over the decades, Rogue has been adored for bold beers like the ever-enduring […]

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Hop Take: We’re Spending More on Beer, but Drinking Less of It

Hop Take: We’re Spending More on Beer, but Drinking Less of It

According to market research firm IRI Worldwide, both dollar and volume sales of domestic premium beer brands declined in 2017, while craft, imported, and domestic super premium beers sales climbed. Total U.S. beer sales exceeded $34 billion, essentially falling flat, with volume sales decreasing 0.4 percent and dollar sales increasing 1.2 percent.

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Seven Things You Should Know About Tired Hands Brewing Company

Seven Things You Should Know About Tired Hands Brewing Company

Among the myriad craft labels brewing cult IPAs and selling out limited-edition can releases, Tired Hands has a particularly passionate fan base. The Ardmore, Pennsylvania operation was among the top 10 most Googled beers of 2016, despite (or, possibly, because of) a limited distribution network exclusive to Pennsylvania. There is apparently a two-year wait list […]

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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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Bed, Brew & Beyond: Five Hotels for Beer Lovers

Bed, Brew & Beyond: Five Hotels for Beer Lovers

Anyone can sneak a few brown-bagged bottles into her luggage and transform even the dodgiest motel room into a private pub. (Other people do this, right?) But for those seeking slightly more elevated experiences, several American breweries offer overnight accommodations, either at or adjacent to production facilities. Boutique hotels are also getting in on the […]

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Ask Adam: What Puts Weight on the Fastest: Wine, Beer, or Cocktails?

Ask Adam: What Puts Weight on the Fastest: Wine, Beer, or Cocktails?

Send all questions to: advice@vinepair.com If I’m trying to lose weight in January, should I drink wine, beer, or a cocktail? If you’re trying to lose weight, the main thing you should do is drink in moderation. If you’re able to accomplish that, then as long as you avoid sugary drinks (i.e., no cocktails or sangria) […]

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Eight Trends to Watch in 2018

Eight Trends to Watch in 2018

With 2017 tilting toward our collective rearview mirror, we’re reflecting on the previous year. It’s been an extremely exciting time for the beer, wine, and spirits world, from a seemingly endless stream of craft beer acquisitions to the meteoric climbs of natural wine and amaro. We can’t wait to see what keeps glasses filled and […]

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Craft Brewers Predict the Biggest Beer Trends for 2018

Craft Brewers Predict the Biggest Beer Trends for 2018

Craft beer reached another unprecedented milestone in 2017. For the first time, according to newly released figures from the Brewers Association, the total number of breweries in operation in the U.S. passed 6,000. Though the exact number has yet to be revealed, that’s at least 700 more breweries than we had in 2016, and more […]

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