WEEK OF AUGUST 27th
Beer Drinkers Are Job Creators
Beer Institute says every job in a brewery is 45 outside.
Delirium Tremens to Try Hand at an IPA
The Belgian brand celebrates 25 years of aggravating regulators.
Thrillist Ranks 50 States by Beer
Oregon beats out Colorado and Washington due to brewery density.
Bell’s Brewery’s “Planets” Concocted with Synesthesia
AUDIO: Listen to Gustav Holt’s suite as you down each one.
Wild American Hops Debut on Beer Market
Beer writer says they have a more florid, citrus quality than the European variety.
Wicked Weed Opens Huge $5 Million N.C. Facility
New brewery coming in fall of 2015, along with 83 Asheville new jobs.
Microbrewer Starts Political Action Committee
New Belgium to forward its brewing, environmental agendas.
Budweiser to Take Over Colorado Town
Is “Up For Whatever” campaign the sleaziest since Colt 45’s “Works Every Time?”
N.C. Craft Brewers Guild President Reluctantly Embraces the Kochtopus
Erik Myers takes a strange bedfellow to battle the distributor stranglehold.
Yeungling to Sell in Connecticut in October
The extremely old Penn. brewery continues its 2014 New England invasion.
WEEK OF AUGUST 20th
Corona Recalls Glass-Laden Beer
Check your production code to see if you’re eligible for a refund.
Conservative Activist Phyllis Schlafly Doesn’t Want to Share Name with a Beer
Why Schlafly has had to go by The Saint Louis Brewery
The Struggle to Keep Philly’s Beer Gardens Open
Pennsylvania lawmakers and tavern owners say they exploit legal loophole.
Widmer’s ‘Rejection Ale’ Touts Craft Authenticity Despite Distribution Agreement
Whatever the Brewer’s Association does, this brewer says they’re still Jenny from the block.
Win Free Trip to the Great American Beer Festival
Become a American Homebrewers Association member, or renew, before Aug. 31 for a chance.
Deep South Brewer Battles Regulators, Hurricane
Lazy Magnolia Brewing, one of Mississippi’s only microbrewers, benefits from local pride.
The Fake Beers of Television
Why your favorite star is never drinking a mainstream brand
Introducing, the 99-Pack
Austin Beerworks wants everything to stay bigger in Texas.
Not Much Difference Between Tastes of Lite Lagers
Marketing fuels most of their brand loyalty.
Ariz. Brewery: Drinking From Cans ‘Playing Russian Roulette’ with Health
Nimbus Brewing says BPA in cans — a growing microbrew trend — carries significant risks.
WEEK OF AUGUST 14th
Bureaucrat Keeps Beer Bottles from Referencing Altered Consciousness
Treasury Department official ‘Battle’ Martin can veto any label.
Not Particularly Popular White House Petition Tries to Dethrone ‘Battle’ Martin
Martin’s enemies list is small. Or maybe they’re too scared to sign in the post-Snowden world.
Next Glass App to Use Science to Tell You What to Drink
“We’ve brought tens of thousands of bottles through the lab to analyze and store their DNA in our Genome Cellar.”
VIDEO: Inside the Anheuser-Busch Plot to Destroy Florida Craft Brewers
How a ’60s-era legislative grudge against Miller empowered a racket
Pabst to Revive Ballantine IPA
Ballantine was watered down after the ’70s, discontinued in the ’90s.
Texas May Allow Beer at Gun Shows
New rule would stipulate such shows be ammo-free
U.K. Critic Taste-Tests Ale from 1973 Royal Wedding
Forty-year-old beer goes way of Princess Anne’s marriage
Sierra Nevada Scientist: Use Wild Yeasts for Flavor But Not Fermentation
Chris Baugh says microbreweries’ expanding budgets will fuel research.
Timothy Taylor’s Boltmaker Tops Great British Beer Festival
It’s widely available in Great Britain, but sadly, only there.
Brewery Mocks Bizarre Norwegian Speech Laws About Beer Festivals
Apparently you can’t tell the public which other breweries are attending.
WEEK OF AUGUST 6th
The Young-Gun Brewers Revolutionizing Flavor
They’re new to the game and earning critical acclaim.
Reason Women Are Awesome No. Googolplex: They’re Beer’s Pioneers
But today, infographic says, it’s not generally their drink of choice.
A Diamond of a Beer Bar in the Rough
Can it make Spain care about microbrewing?
TIME Magazine: Beer Fights Heart Disease, Dementia
One study was sponsored by a beer company, but we’ll give it the benefit of the doubt.
WATCH: Will This Car Dealership Commercial Earn the Wrath of Dos Equis Attorneys?
It won’t be the first “most interesting man” they’ve gone after.