The Fusion of Hops and Heads


“I Drink Beer for the High”- Reflections on the Drinking Experience

I drink beer for many reasons. I love how it tastes and enjoy the camaraderie that can come with it. But first and foremost, I like how drinking beer makes me feel.

And even though the industry hardly references “mood enhancement” as one of drinking’s most attractive qualities, it is for me – and I suspect I’m not alone in this.


5 Stupid Questions with Beavertown Brewery’s Logan Plant

We first met Logan Plant some years back when he was still with the UK-based band Sons of Albion when they were touring the states in support of their first US release. And even though that band was making some great music together at that time – nothing would ever have prepared us for Plant’s next act as the founder of Beavertown Brewery – one of London’s most exciting and innovative craft breweries!

As busy as he is managing Beavertown’s incredible growth, Logan graciously agreed to give us his time. And we repaid that kindness by asking him…5 STUPID QUESTIONS.


OCTOBER 29, 2014

The American Craft Beer Rumor Mill - October 29, 2014

This Week's Guide to Craft Beer News, Gossip, and Inuendo

Hey it’s Wednesday and that means it’s Rumor Mill Time... What major craft beer news and entertainment site has been overrun by the undead? We’ll get into that ghoulish affair and on to other things that are breaking right now in the world of craft beer. Plus we’ve an all-important update on what we’ve been drinking lately.

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


OCTOBER 29, 2014

One Day In Bend: Growing on the Growler Concept

Living in the state of Oregon allows us to be a little spoiled when it comes to craft beer. Sure, we’ve got 173 breweries in a relatively small state, yet the vast majority of those beers can’t be bought in the store. I love ya Fred Meyer, but seriously, even you can’t keep up with this kind of production. So, the original impetus for my journey to Bend was to investigate and complete the package that is my new Drink Tanks growler-keg that’s presently blowing my mind and convincing me to change how I buy beer.


The Packing House

Living abroad is an awesome experience. It’s so awesome that I’ve been doing it for about the past 20 years. Returning to my hometown for a visit usually brings with it the usual rounds to favorite and familiar establishments in search of craft beer unavailable in Japan.


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 ongoing recklessness – we do a weekly compilation of our good, bad and ugly.

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

OCTOBER 24, 2014

The American Craft Beer Weekend Picks - October 24, 2014

Hey it’s Friday…Work’s wrapping up and you’re ready for some fun. Well good, because we’re all about it and we’ve got all kinds of ideas for you. From the nation’s coolest beer festivals to movies, music, and cutting-edge TV – we’ve got your back big-time.

So welcome to our awesome Weekend Picks…

OCTOBER 24, 2014

One Day In Bend: Everything’s Coming Up Deschutes

The first time we came to Oregon, determined to plant our flag in the fair City of Roses, we decided to eat lunch at the Deschutes Pub in the Pearl District. A gorgeous space furnished with the intent of fusing the comfort and hominess of Bend with the modernity of the big city, we fell in love with the food, the beer and the vibe. 4 years later, on a whim, I ventured to the mecca of Oregon brewing for the first time to revel in Bend’s biggest success story, the Deschutes Brewery.


Newbies - New Releases That You Want to Look Out For - October 23, 2014

Imperiale Stout / B-Town Sour Brown / Stone Smoked Porter with Chocolate & Orange Peel and more!

So many beers, So little time… We’ve been deluged with a multitude of Pumpkin beer releases lately and now they’re fighting for shelf space with Winter Ales. We’ve got that battle for you – and we’ve some new offerings from Deschutes and Silver City Brewing that you’ll need to run down.

OCTOBER 23, 2014

Stoned For A Day

When one thinks of breweries, it’s likely that images of massive steel tanks surrounded by endless hops and malted barley come to mind, accompanied by a brewer or two with shaved heads, long beards, and the occasional hop tattoo. Stone Brewing Co. likes to do things differently though. For a brewery known for aggressively hopped, in-your-face beer profiles, their World Bistro and Gardens in the North San Diego County bastion of Escondido offers a humble setting with an almost zen-like atmosphere, perfect for pondering the day away over pints of liquid meditative bliss. Sure, you’ll see the brewery and the brewers, but that’s only part of the experience. 

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