With more than 2,000 craft breweries in production and another 1,000 in the planning stages, the craft beer scene is poised for growth and ground-breaking innovation like we’ve never seen before. Craft beer’s pioneers deserve the lion’s share of the credit for where we are today, but where we’re going will be, to an increasing... View Article
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Full Pints - People Features Young Brewers Set to Make Waves in the Brewing World March 1, 2013 - Whit Richardson
Full Pints - It's My Round January 7, 2013 - Gerald Jowers
My journey in beer began in the 1970s. During that decade and into the early ‘80s, the beer landscape was bleak throughout most of this country but especially in my native South Carolina. American beers were generally flavorless thirst quenchers and European beers were usually stale or skunked. Despite the sad state of the beer... View Article
What's Brewing August 30, 2012 - Win Bassett
(Denver, CO) – Organizers of the Denver Rare Beer Tasting IV, which supports the mission of the Pints for Prostates campaign, have announced the list of 33 breweries for the sold out Oct. 12 event. “The Denver Rare Beer Tasting is beer passion in its purest form. Brewers bring true works of art to this... View Article
What's Brewing June 11, 2012 - Win Bassett
(DENVER, CO) – The Denver Rare Beer Tasting IV, an awareness event and fundraiser for the Pints for Prostates campaign, will be held on Oct. 12 from 1-4 p.m. at the Wynkoop Brewery in Denver.
What's Brewing March 8, 2012 - Win Bassett
Durham, NC—All About Beer Magazine and Artsplosure are pleased to name Noelle Rousseau, a Raleigh-based artist, as the winner of the second annual World Beer Festival-Raleigh poster contest. To showcase The Art of Beer at World Beer Festival-Raleigh, the contest sought creative art submissions that reflect the art and culture of beer for use in... View Article
What's Brewing June 14, 2011 - Tom Acitelli
Bierkraft in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn is the sort of place most beer lovers would step over their mothers to spend time—and money—in regularly.