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Craft Brewers: Actually, You Don’t Have to Apologize for Liking Fizzy Yellow Beer

Craft Brewers: Actually, You Don’t Have to Apologize for Liking Fizzy Yellow Beer

At a commercial break during the finale of ”The Bachelor” (don’t judge), Progressive, the insurance company, aired an advertisement about a group therapy meeting called the “Dad Support Group.” Most so-called dad jokes are pretty toothless, but one line caught my attention. It was delivered by a bespectacled blonde woman wearing a collared shirt under […]

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America’s 10 Most Anticipated Bars for Spring 2018

America’s 10 Most Anticipated Bars for Spring 2018

Spring has officially sprung, even if temperatures across much of the country remain stubbornly wintry. On the bright side, the new season brings several hotly anticipated bars, perfect for late-night revelry, patio sipping, and so on. From an experimental cocktail laboratory in the Pacific Northwest, to a chic Midwestern hotel bar, to an izakaya next […]

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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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Hop Take: NEIPAs Get Their Due, and Reddit Has a Day

Hop Take: NEIPAs Get Their Due, and Reddit Has a Day

The Brewers Association released its 2018 Beer Style Guidelines yesterday, with three extremely noteworthy category additions: “Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale,” “Juicy or Hazy IPA,” and “Juicy or Hazy Double IPA.” Yep, you heard me. New England-style IPAs, deliciously juicy and hazy as a fever dream, are finally, officially recognized by the country’s leading craft […]

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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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The Rise of Canned Wine, Beer, and Cocktails Is Bigger Than Any Tariff

The Rise of Canned Wine, Beer, and Cocktails Is Bigger Than Any Tariff

Showing up at a party with a six-pack of beer almost always guarantees a warm welcome. That’s not going to change any time soon. What is changing is the world around (and inside) aluminum cans. A post-World-War-II-era convenience, aluminum cans are now being used to hold everything from cocktails to craft beer and even wine. […]

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