Session Beer

Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your March Horoscope

Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your March Horoscope

There’s a whole lotta cosmic energy swirling around in March, so it’s all hands on deck! Between the spring equinox, a blue full moon, and more celestial events all happening in the next few weeks, the universe is putting in some long hours. To best channel what the cosmos is trying to communicate with you, […]

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Six Charitably-Minded Beers to Drink for a Good Cause

Six Charitably-Minded Beers to Drink for a Good Cause

Those who consider drinking beer a noble act unto itself are not wrong. But community-oriented beer fans will be delighted to learn that a number of brewers are partnering with philanthropic organizations to raise money and awareness for worthy charities. Aiding drug recovery, championing women’s health, and ending food waste are among the causes you […]

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Was WWI-Era Britain The Birthplace Of The Session Beer?

Was WWI-Era Britain The Birthplace Of The Session Beer?

The British have a pretty fantastic track record when it comes to keeping their armed forces buzzed: the British Royal Navy got rations of overproof rum in the 18th century; there were floating breweries for World War II-era British navy stationed in the Pacific; and to this day, Naval officers who’ve failed the Submarine Command […]

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In Defense of The Session IPA: A Trend That Doesn’t Need To Die

In Defense of The Session IPA: A Trend That Doesn’t Need To Die

Earlier this week, Thrillist ran a post titled “Craft Beer Trends That Need To Stop.” As an incorrigible listicler and frequent complainer, I felt duty bound to click immediately, and I’m glad I did. Seventeen different beer folks aired their grievances, and I agreed with many of them. Norman Miller is absolutely right that we […]

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Craft Beer’s Fetish With Extreme Brews Is Dead

Craft Beer’s Fetish With Extreme Brews Is Dead

Subtlety is not considered to be a particularly laudable characteristic in the beer world. For decades, beer was the basic bitch of the alcoholic beverage sector–cheap, mildly buzz-inducing, primarily consumed by members of the Greek system and Al Bundy types. Up and coming craft brands gathered a fan base by creating beers in direct opposition […]

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The Oral History Of Founders All Day IPA

The Oral History Of Founders All Day IPA

Over the past few years, Founders All Day IPA has become ubiquitous at weekend tailgates, backyard BBQs, and outdoor adventures. This low alcohol session beer is now the brewery’s most successful product, accounting for over 50% of their sales, but this wasn’t always the case. Prior to the release of All Day, Founders wasn’t known […]

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