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Bubbly, Bone-Dry Brut IPAs Are Suddenly All Anyone Can Talk About

Bubbly, Bone-Dry Brut IPAs Are Suddenly All Anyone Can Talk About

“There’s no mistaking that we are living in the heyday of IPA,” Dick Cantwell, brewer and author of ”Brewing Eclectic IPA: Pushing the Boundaries of India Pale Ale,” says. He’s absolutely correct. The Brewers Association ranks IPAs just behind American lagers and light lagers in nationwide popularity. Beer styles within the category span all-out hop […]

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Hop Take: The Winner of the World Cup Is… Anheuser-Busch InBev

Hop Take: The Winner of the World Cup Is… Anheuser-Busch InBev

Budweiser (who else?) is the global beer sponsor of the 2018 World Cup. This means spectators the world over — an audience of over 3.2 billion — will be tuning in to four Budweiser commercials throughout the month-long tournament. This ad campaign, called “Light Up the FIFA World Cup,” is AB InBev’s biggest yet. Bigger than […]

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The Art of Repeal: Exploring America’s Post-Prohibition Beer Labels

The Art of Repeal: Exploring America’s Post-Prohibition Beer Labels

The 21st Amendment, which rolled back Prohibition in the United States, was ratified on December 5, 1933. Although many states and counties continued to block the sale of alcohol — for years and even decades — most Americans rejoiced over a cold one. Former breweries that had bided their time selling ”near beer,” soda, and […]

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We Asked 10 Brewers: What’s the Best Beer Cocktail?

We Asked 10 Brewers: What’s the Best Beer Cocktail?

Beer cocktails have been around for a long time (Michelada, anyone?), yet they tend to get omitted from discussions of America’s cocktail renaissance. Thankfully, that’s starting to change. Jon and Lindsay Yeager, founders of PourTaste, a cocktail creative consultancy based in Nashville, Tenn., recently released a book called “The Ultimate Guide to Beer Cocktails.” It […]

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This Marseille Microbrewery Is Crowd-Sourcing Hops and Training Urban Farmers

This Marseille Microbrewery Is Crowd-Sourcing Hops and Training Urban Farmers

Though two people officially own Part Faite, the Marseille microbrewery chugs on community. Born from a successful crowdfunding campaign, Part Faite is run by Gonzalo and Laure Araque-Goy, a couple whose love of beer is only surpassed by a fierce love of  community. Gonzalo and Laure launched their line of three organic brews by enlisting […]

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Hop Take: Mikkeller vs. Evil Twin Feud Goes Nuclear on Twitter, Facebook, & Untappd

Hop Take: Mikkeller vs. Evil Twin Feud Goes Nuclear on Twitter, Facebook, & Untappd

Holy trolling! Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, founder of Evil Twin Brewing, took to Twitter this week to escalate his years-old feud with his brother and competitor, Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, co-founder of Mikkeller. Jeppe piggybacked on a tweet from Brewbound editor Chris Furnari about how Scottish brewery BrewDog was losing its “punk” factor by being partially owned by […]

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Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your June Horoscope

Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your June Horoscope

Magical thinkers, this June’s for you. The blazing summer sun is illuminating new paths, and those who march forward will ultimately be rewarded. Dare to dream big. Step into the light and embrace VinePair’s June 2018 drink horoscope. Here is everything you need to drink this month for maximum celestial rewards. Aries: Swiss Chasselas Wines […]

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