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.
I Went to America's First Beer Spa
Unsurprisingly, it's in Oregon.
We Spoke to a Scientist Making Craft Beer out of Human Pee
Two Belgian scientists have created a machine that will allow them to turn human urine into drinkable water, and they are using that pee water to brew beer.
A Visual Cheat Sheet to Drinking American Beer
Feast your eyeballs on my step-by-step guide to how to enjoy your beer of choice the way it was intended in some of America’s top beer destinations.
The Heavy Metal Beer Brewers of Bangkok
Brewing beer without a license is illegal in Thailand. In Bangkok, there's a small but revolutionary group of homebrewers who are changing the craft beer scene who are using the qualities of heavy metal as inspiration.
Craft Beer in Japan
Host Yuka Uchida explores Tokyo's booming craft beer scene, from passion fruit-infused lagers to hand-pumped black ales to microbrews served in a refurbished shipping container. Yuka and her pal Ogi sample enough beer to earn the title of beer otaku...
London’s Craft Brewery Scene Isn't Full of Wankers
The precious world of craft beer can seem like one that's a little too pleased with itself, with jargon like "flavour profile" and "mouthfeel." It might sound like a load of piffle to outsiders, but these brewers work hard to make their beers inclusive...