Meet the "Yeast Hoarder" Changing the Face of Sour Beer
Ehren Schmidt's Copenhagen brewing lab is a small-scale seed vault for beer yeast.
Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen
How Two Brothers in Miami Stole the Name of North Korea's State Beer
This is trolling via trademark law.
Inside the Brewery Fighting Water Poverty with Beer
James Nida, founder of Pretty Decent Brewery Co. in London, donates money from every beer he sells to charities providing safe drinking water in Sub-Saharan Africa.
These Young Brewers Are Fighting Greece's Economic Crisis with Craft Beer
Amid financial turmoil, they're finding success with craft beers in wine-loving Greece.
You Can Now Drink Kombucha Fernet Thanks to Lindsay Lohan
How LiLo inspired one company to turn its health drink into hooch.
Natalie B. Compton
This Pizza Was Made Out of Beer, and It's Actually Pretty Healthy
Now you can drink your beer and eat it, too.
Vietnam Is in the Midst of a Craft Beer Boom
What started as a micro-movement has blown up into a craft craze, as Ho Chi Minh City's breweries experiment with local ingredients, from cacao nibs and passion fruit to smoked acacia bark and even durian.
This Is What 5,000-Year-Old Beer Tastes Like
Stanford University researchers discovered the ancient recipe in northwest China—and now a Beijing brewpub is serving their own version.
US Craft Brewers Are Cracking Down on Sexist Labeling
Is this a meaningful step toward making the beer world more welcoming for women?
We Brewed Beer with Rick Astley in Belgium
The British pop star joined Danish craft brewing wizard Mikkel Borg Bjergsø of Mikkeller to visit the dark side of beer.
Inside the UK’s First Non-Alcoholic Brewery
At a time when it can be hard to find a pale ale below a slur-inducing six percent, Nirvana Brewing Co. is the first in the UK to focus entirely on low and alcohol-free beer.
This Brazilian Brewer Is Making Beer Out of $20,000 Bonsai Trees
Heroica’s beers are infused with the branches of centennial Japanese bonsai trees, pruned by one of Brazil's biggest bonsai masters.