by Dave Gausepohl
The 70th anniversary of the repeal of National Prohibition last April brought to mind a long-time collecting friend from the St. Louis area. Henry Herbst collects items pertaining to breweries celebrating particular milestones. Among his collection are a great number of cans, coasters, glassware and other items issued by breweries to toast the passing of... View Article
by Gregg Smith
Color, light and form have always defined the prime elements for illustrating beer. No matter the medium, proper composition demands an artist’s attention to those three fundamentals. Depicting a glowing, inviting glass of beer—a colored, but transparent liquid—tests the depth of an artist’s skill, and although many schools of art have risen to that challenge,... View Article
by Julie Bradford
When it comes to spotting trends, I have a secret tool not available to big-time market forecasters. As the editor of All About Beer Magazine and its related website, I answer the random beer questions that web-surfers type into the ether. So, about four years ago, when the most common question from women correspondents switched... View Article
by Greg Kitsock
For a few months, it was the most sought-after piece of writing since the last Harry Potter novel, as beer lobbyists tried in vain to obtain an advance copy. Finally, on September 10, the National Academy of Sciences released its Reducing Underage Drinking: A Collective Responsibility.