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Brew Dogs: 5 ‘Beers’ for Thirsty Pooches

Brew Dogs: 5 ‘Beers’ for Thirsty Pooches

Dog Beer. Dawg Grog. Pooch Hooch. (O.K., that last one isn’t real, but it totally should be.) As craft beer exploration and merriment have become more commonplace among humans, and with many breweries and bars welcoming patrons’ furry friends, companies are responding with the next best thing to getting drunk with your dog: dog beer. […]

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We Asked Nine Brewers: What’s So Great About Savor?

We Asked Nine Brewers: What’s So Great About Savor?

Savor: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience is a sophisticated beer festival that takes place each year at Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum. Now in its 11th year, Savor, organized by the Brewers Association, will bring 90 breweries, 181 beers, and a small plate pairing for every beer to D.C. the weekend of June […]

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Baja Brewing Company’s Jordan Gardenhire Makes Craft Beer in Paradise

Baja Brewing Company’s Jordan Gardenhire Makes Craft Beer in Paradise

Colorado native Jordan Gardenhire moved to Los Cabos, Mexico in 2004 and opened Baja Brewing Company, the first craft brewery in Baja California Sur, with his father, Charlie, in 2007. Baja Brewing Company has since grown into a sizable operation that just so happens to be located on a particularly beautiful Pacific coast. The company makes […]

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A Craft Brewery Can Sell Out Without Being Bought

A Craft Brewery Can Sell Out Without Being Bought

“Make fun stuff happen, hang out with cool people.” That’s how Sam Richardson, co-founder of Brooklyn’s Other Half Brewing, described his business to me in an interview a year ago. We had been talking about the influence of YouTube beer reviewers (Brew Tubers, as I cleverly called them). The conversation eventually turned to review sites […]

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Craft Beer’s Post-Snob Era Is Here

Craft Beer’s Post-Snob Era Is Here

Ashley Tobin used to come armed to her family’s house. Bottles of Philadelphia Brewing Co., Victory Brewing, Yards Brewing. If it was craft beer from greater Philadelphia, she’d drive it from her home in Eastern Pennsylvania up to Illinois so she wouldn’t have to drink her relatives’ preferred Bud Light Lime. “A little Pennsylvania for […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Narragansett Beer

10 Things You Should Know About Narragansett Beer

Narragansett Brewing is an American beer success story. The first ‘Gansett lager debuted in 1890, after which the Rhode Island-born brewery survived Prohibition, became the biggest lager maker in New England, and then, after complications following the 1965 sale of the brewery to Falstaff Brewing Corporation, shut down in the 1980s.

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There’s a Czech Beer Brewers Are Obsessed With, And It’s Not Pilsner

There’s a Czech Beer Brewers Are Obsessed With, And It’s Not Pilsner

Pilsners dominate Americans’ perceptions of Czech beer, but the Central European country has a dark, beery secret. The second most popular brew in the Czech Republic is near-black tmavé pivo, or “dark beer,” a brewing style that actually predates pilsner — and upstages it in some Czech taverns. At Prague’s oldest brewery, U Fleků, founded in […]

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