Joshua M. Bernstein, Author at Imbibe Magazine Subscribe + Save
beer games volleyball

Niche Sports and Games Are Helping Breweries Score Big

How breweries are satisfying the demand for fun and games.

Breweries Are Finding Fertile Partnerships With Gardeners and Plant Collectors

How breweries are tapping gardens to make seasonal beers.
Ayla Kapahi Imbibe 75

Imbibe 75 Person to Watch: Ayla Kapahi

This brewer's project unites women brewers on both sides of the border.
craft breweries Appalachian Mountain

Craft Breweries Are Returning to Their Roots After Going Big

Indie brewers are getting back to their micro origins.

Breweries Are Making Space for Drag Performers

At beer venues, drag shows are stepping into a different kind of spotlight.

Craft Breweries Are Building a Bridge Between Beer and Cocktails

More and more breweries are betting on cocktail-inspired beers.
beer the Sovereign Belgian stout

America’s Ever-Evolving Relationship With Belgian Beer

Where is Belgian beer now after its usurpation by the IPA?
Stewart's spiked seltzer boozy sodas

Boozy Sodas: Soft Drink or Beer?

The increasingly blurry boundary dividing soft drinks from the beer aisle.
Aseembly Brewing

The Slice Is Right

Breweries are increasingly turning to an old friend: pizza.

Imbibe 75 Place to Watch: Beerburg Brewing

Native and local ingredients give the brewery's Wildcraft beer series a Texas sensibility.

Imbibe 75 Person to Watch: Brienne Allan

How one craft brewer is working to keep the beer industry accountable for sexism and discrimination.

Imbibe 75 People to Watch: Tara Hankinson and LeAnn Darland

The Brooklyn duo launched Talea to produce fruited sour ales and low-bitterness hazy IPAs that aim for accessibility.

Breweries Embrace the Burgeoning Craft Malting Industry

For brewers seeking distinct flavors, craft malts offer a contribution that's tough to quantify.

For Craft Breweries, Lagers Present New Horizons for Exploration

How brewers are embracing regionality and innovation.

New Breweries Have Persevered to Open During A Difficult Year

The trials and tribulations of opening a brewery during the pandemic.

How Brewers and Distillers Are Helping Honeybees

In their quest to make beers, spirits, wines, meads, and ciders, producers are supporting one of nature's most essential workers.

Imbibe 75 People to Watch: Clay Williams and Colleen Vincent

The founders of Black Food Folks have created a space that's equal parts community network and celebratory platform.

Imbibe 75 People to Watch: Stephanie Grant

The Atlanta-based beer writer aims to share the unsung stories of Black women in beer.