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Ruff Jobs: 15 Brewery Employees That Happen to Be Dogs

Ruff Jobs: 15 Brewery Employees That Happen to Be Dogs

Beer, the people’s drink, pairs beautifully with humans’ best friend. Breweries across the country are catching on, as dog-friendly businesses welcome furry guests and create staff positions for the most qualified pooches. You may even see good boys’ and girls’ headshots in the “about” section of brewery websites, like Alementary’s and Monday Night Brewing’s.

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We Asked 11 Brewers: How Do You Know When You’re In a Really Good Taproom?

We Asked 11 Brewers: How Do You Know When You’re In a Really Good Taproom?

As the American craft beer industry evolves, small-town brewpubs are increasingly outnumbered by slick operations poised for multi-city expansions, massive productions, and, of course, rapidly proliferating corporate buyouts. Taprooms remain essential for all breweries, regardless of size and business model. They provide a physical manifestation of brewery identity, without the carefully worded marketing materials. Does […]

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Brewer and Winemaker Elaine St. Clair Doesn’t Want Sour Beers Anywhere Near Her Wine

Brewer and Winemaker Elaine St. Clair Doesn’t Want Sour Beers Anywhere Near Her Wine

Elaine St. Clair likes to get her hands dirty. As co-founder, brewmaster, and winemaker at St. Clair Brown, an urban winery and brewery in Napa, Calif., she’s a woman of the land, whether it’s producing hops, grapes, or grains. She’s also devoted to her liquid. St. Clair was the co-owner and head brewmaster of the […]

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In 1815, America Almost Embarked Upon a Plan to Build a National Brewery

In 1815, America Almost Embarked Upon a Plan to Build a National Brewery

In September 2012, the White House published a presidential first: a recipe for White House beer. White House Honey Brown Ale, and later White House Honey Porter and White House Honey Blonde, were the first beers ever brewed on site, courtesy of Sam Kass, White House assistant chef, and President Barack Obama.

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‘This Is a Good Fight’: Four Breweries Making Charitable Moves for Lasting Change

‘This Is a Good Fight’: Four Breweries Making Charitable Moves for Lasting Change

Brothers Daniel and David Kleban started Maine Beer Company armed with a charitable ethos and decisive motto: “Do What’s Right.” The statement appears on Maine Beer packaging, signage, and apparel to this day. “At Maine Beer Company, we try to do things correctly,” Anne Marisic, marketing coordinator at MBC, says.

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