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What We'll Be Drinking This Summer: Gose, the Gatorade of Beer

Gose died out after World War II, but now brewers are embracing the tangy, tart yet refreshing ale. read more
Fri, 05/09/14 AT 12:00PM
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The Real Euro Stars: 5 New Beers From Unexpected Places

A new generation of innovative brewers have emerged in countries known more for vino or vodka than for beer. read more
Fri, 04/25/14 AT 2:00PM
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Why Beer Deserves Better Glasses—and Which Ones Make It Taste Best

How to make a brewmaster happy? Treat his beer like the fine wine it is. read more
Fri, 03/21/14 AT 2:00PM
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#Don'tBeThatGuy: Bartenders on What to Order and How to Survive Saint Patrick's Day

Barkeeps share how good, decent boozers can escape the amateur-hour, green-beer goofballs on March 17. read more
Fri, 03/14/14 AT 11:02AM
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The Best Wines and Beers for Thanksgiving

We asked beer aficionado Joshua M. Bernstein and wine expert Anthony Giglio to share their top picks for each of the possible proteins you might encounter this holiday season. Let's start with the classic. read more
Thu, 11/14/13 AT 2:30PM
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Hops—Not Just For Beer Anymore

How the not-so-secret ingredient in your favorite brew is making a better, bitter liquor. read more
Thu, 10/24/13 AT 10:00AM
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Beer-Crazy: The Best Weird Brews of Summer

Think blueberry ale is weird? You clearly haven't tried beers made with oysters, pizza, or doughnuts. But even those are yesteryear's dares. The need to experiment with strange, unorthodox, even vaguely inedible-sounding ingredients is hitting ever-greater heights this summer as brewers unveil oddball concoctions made with gunpowder, Spanish cedar, and, most stomach-turningly, beard yeast. Below, some brand-new, truly unusual beers. read more
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The Ultimate Summer Beer Guide: Best New Brews, Styles, and Outdoor Drinking Spots

A cold one on a hot day never goes out of style—but the experience is continually improving. And this season, aficionados have a lot of reasons to toast. read more
May 2013
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Tørst's Flux Capacitor Is Changing the Bar Scene, One Perfectly Poured Beer at a Time

The beauty behind Tørst, Brooklyn's newest craft-beer bar, is not the exquisite jewel box of an interior and its Scandinavian sense of materials—it's the bar itself. More specifically, it's the Flux Capacitor, the device behind the bar that allows owners Daniel Burns (of Momofuku and Noma) and so-called "gypsy brewer" Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø (of Evil Twin Brewing) to pour 21 different beers on rotating taps perfectly every time. read more
Fri, 03/29/13 AT 1:30PM
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Beyond Guinness: 5 Heirs to the Irish Stout Throne

Guinness has had a good run (since 1769), but the dark, creamy stout's reign can't last forever. This St. Patrick's Day, skip the Irish standby in lieu of these five dark-horse contenders. read more
Thu, 03/07/13 AT 12:30PM
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