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Firestone Walker’s Matt Brynildson

Firestone Walker brewmaster Matt Brynildson is making the best beer you’ve likely never tasted.
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Canned Craft Beer Grows Up

Once knocked as a novelty, canned beer is experiencing a comeback. Contributing editor Josh Bernstein with the story.

Farmer Brewers Are Growing Local Beer

For the ultimate taste of place, some brewers are growing their own barley, hops and fruit, as well as harvesting yeast strains and building farmstead breweries.
Beer-Wine Hybrids

Brewers Borrow From Wine’s Playbook to Create Deliciously Novel Beers

To bridge the chasm between barley and grapes, brewers are dipping deeper into winemakers’ tool kits to create hybrids that defy neat categorization.
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Defining Craft Beer

Thirty years ago, America’s beer market was basted in black-and-white. Now, perception is no longer so easily colored. What does "craft" mean moving forward?

Evolution of IPAs

If there’s an archetype of American craft brewing, it’s the IPA, but as America’s craft-beer scene has evolved, so has its approach.

The Spice is Right

Increasingly, craft brewers are ditching hops for herbs, creating adventurous brews that challenge beer’s basic definition. Contributor Joshua M. Bernstein finds out why.
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Bend, Oregon Beer

Contributor Joshua Bernstein looks at the booming beer culture in Bend, Oregon.
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Solera Beer

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Joe Tucker of RateBeer

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American Mead

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American Cream Ales

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Texas Beer Scene

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American Lagers

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Beer and Cheese Collaborations

USA brewers inspiring European brews

US Brewers Inspire International Beers

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Brewer-Distiller Partnerships

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Best Craft Beer in Chicago

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