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Bad Ideas In Brewing – Paying Alcoholics in Beer to Clean Streets

Hey, no one's perfect…And we here at ACB know that better than most, having enthusiastically acted on more bad ideas than we care to think about. That said, there are some ideas out there that are so monumentally bad and so misguided as to boggle the mind – allowing us to declare "at least we didn't come up with that!"

Welcome to the latest in our ongoing series of Bad Ideas in Brewing… and this one defies reason!

 |  OCTOBER 2, 2014

The Great American Beer Festival Survival Guide

Even if you’ve been living in a bunker somewhere, you’re probably still aware that the Great American Beer Festival is taking place in Denver this week. The Colorado Convention Center is again playing host to this massive event and craft beer gatherings are already happening all over the city. With so much serious beer on hand and with so many awesome events taking place almost hourly, it’s easy to lose one’s way – and that’s where we come in.

Welcome to ACB’s 2014 GABF Survival Guide – and pay attention because this is no joke – the health of your liver is at stake.

OCTOBER 1, 2014

The American Craft Beer Rumor Mill - October 1, 2014

This week's guide to Craft Beer News, Gossip and Innuendo

Hey it’s Wednesday and that means it’s Rumor Mill Time….What popular brewery won’t be brewing their most popular beer at their own brewery in 2015? We’ll get into that and on to other things that are breaking right now in the world of craft beer. Plus we’ve a super-important update on what we’ve been drinking lately.

We don’t sleep so you can….THIS WEEK’S RUMOR MILL IS ON!

OCTOBER 1, 2014

Bad Ideas in Brewing – Spreadable Beer

Hey, no one’s perfect, and we at American Craft Beer.com understand that better than anyone, having enthusiastically acted on more bad ideas than we care to think about. That said, there are some ideas out there that are so monumentally bad and so misguided as to boggle the mind, allowing us to proclaim, “at least we didn’t come up with that!”

So welcome to the latest in our ongoing series – BAD IDEAS IN BREWING… and we’re blaming the Italians for this one.

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

5 Pumpkin Beers You Can’t Miss

Welcome to the season of Oktoberfests, Fresh Hopped IPAs and Pumpkin beers. The Fall season is always an exciting return to darker and richer brews after a summer of lighter offerings. Yet before we get overwhelmed by the big, heavy beers of the Winter, it’s the perfect time to get lost in all those Pumpkin Ales. Last week we reveled in what the style is and some of the best available, yet there are hundreds of varieties to choose from, so we’re not done with the style just yet. You’d be silly not to try these beers before they’re gone for another year.

WARREN WILLS – ASSISTANT EDITOR & PORTLAND CORRESPONDENT  |  SEPTEMBER 29, 2014

The American Craft Beer Quick Hits - September 29, 2014

5 Craft Beer Happenings That You Need To Know About!

We blame the industry for this… It used to be that when we wrapped up our Weekend Picks on Friday, we could coast through the weekend. There was little need to check in for updates - things were pretty much done. But clearly all that’s changed.

So here’s some of what’s happened in the world of craft beer while you were off enjoying yourselves.

 

SEPTEMBER 29, 2014

The American Craft Beer Friday Wrap-Up

More of ACB’s Good, Bad & Ugly

Hey we get it.  You’re busy and you can’t hang with us 24/7. But still, we don’t want you to be missing all the good stuff. So as part of our ongoing commitment to bringing you the best craft beer and lifestyle coverage on the face of the planet - and to keep you plugged into our continuing recklessness – we’ve introduced a weekly compilation of our good, bad and ugly.

So welcome to another edition of our Friday Wrap-Up…

SEPTEMBER 26, 2014

Beat the Late Summer Heat in Santa Barbara at Fig Mountain Brewing

What’s the best way to get out of the 105-degree LA September heat? You head to Santa Barbara County for some refreshing beer at Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company. If you’re in a wine tasting party and want to drink something refreshing, or even in an Oprah stalking party and want to do something that’s legal, then Fig Mountain provides two options to try their amazing craft beer in the SBC. 

DAVE STRATTON - LA CORRESPONDENT  |  SEPTEMBER 26, 2014

THE AMERICAN CRAFT BEER OKTOBERFEST WEEKEND PICKS

Hey it’s Friday…Work’s done and it is time for your All-Oktoberfest weekend! We’re all about it and we’re not making any picks that don’t involve bier and lederhosen – and neither should you.

So welcome to our awesome All-Oktoberfest Weekend Picks…

SEPTEMBER 26, 2014

What The Hell Is a Pumpkin Ale?

American Craft Beer’s Guide To Beer Styles

To the uninitiated this story may seem to pose a stupid question. Yes… it’s an ale featuring pumpkin and yes, it’s now a more defined style as set by the BJCP’s 2014 Guidelines (Spiced Beer: Autumn Seasonal) than ever before, but vagueness has never stopped us before and we’re dead set on finding out what the hell makes this beer tick. It’s this thirst for knowledge that drives us to dig deeper into the stories behind the beer we drink, thus protecting you from the embarrassment of not knowing exactly what it is you’ve decided to put in your mouth.

So welcome to the latest in our ongoing series (drum roll please…) “What the Hell is a Pumpkin Ale?”

WARREN WILLS – ASSISTANT EDITOR & PORTLAND CORRESPONDENT  |  SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
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