These Tree-Hugging Brewers Make Beer Out of Bark
“We wanted to make everything taste like the place where it’s from,” says Scratch Brewing Company's Aaron Kleidon, who makes beers using arugula, mushrooms, and even trees.
Ghana's First Microbrewery Is Changing the Way Beer Is Made in Africa
Inland Microbrewery, located just outside Accra, produces several different varieties of beer, all without the use of imported malted barley, upon which Ghana’s two major commercial breweries almost exclusively rely.
Why This Brewer Is Putting Pork Scraps in His Beer
Now that Dogfish Head's scrapple-infused breakfast beer is being shipped nationally, we spoke with the brewery's founder, Sam Calagione, about its genesis.
Why Some Cult Breweries Intentionally Limit Their Beer Supply
It's basic economics: Brewers create limited quantities to be distributed in certain regions and establishments, beer hunters begin marking their calendars for release dates, and word quickly spreads.