The Craft Beer Community Is Highlighting Its Diversity In a New Twitter Campaign
After a virulently racist email was sent to a Black beer writer suggesting she didn't belong in the industry, the beer world is rallying around her online.
Enter Thrash Zone, a Japanese Metal Bar Where 'Extreme Beer' Is Everything
In 2006, there was nowhere in Japan to listen to face-melting riffs while drinking beer that tastes like Hell's bongwater. Then Koichi Katsuki came along.
People Rate Beer More Highly If They Think It's Made by a Man, Study Says
“There’s an assumption that your woman-made craft beer, screwdriver, or roof rack just won’t be as good.”
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I Quit My Corporate Job and Became a Full-Time Beer Sommelier
Why one woman left a desk job in communications and started a beer company with her sister.
Brewery's BDSM-Inspired Label Prompts Bizarre Response From Russian Government
A Russian federal service issued a social media poll after a complaint that Kopytov Brewery's ball gag label was offensive.
Brewery Faces Backlash for Mocking MLK's 'I Have a Dream' Speech to Sell Black Beer
In a now-deleted apology on Facebook, the brewer described himself as a "stupid stupid man, but [...] not a racist."
Beer Publication Faces Backlash After Printing Anti-#MeToo 'Parody' Piece
The publisher who wrote the piece has since resigned amid industry-wide criticism.
This Peanut Butter-Flavored Beer Looks Like A KKK Member
And yet somehow neither of those things is why it might be discontinued.
iPhones Are the Real Threat to Craft Beer, Not Weed, Says Brewers Association CEO
Apparently, people just aren’t going out to mingle at the bar because we've all got dating apps on our phones.
Do the Layoffs at Lagunitas Brewing Co. Signal Trouble for Big Craft Beer?
The California-based brewery, famous for its IPA, is cutting 12 percent of its workforce.
Inside the NSFW Subreddit that Combines Nudes and Craft Beer Nerdery
r/ShowerBeersGoneWild's nearly 8,000 members run the gamut between men and women, microbrew aficionados and Bud Light Lime lovers.
Lambic Beer Could Become a Casualty of Climate Change
Meteorological data shows the brewing window for lambics is an estimated 45 days shorter now than it was at the turn of the 20th century.