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Meet the Brews Travelers, On a Mission to Hit 365 Breweries in 365 Days

Any craft beer lover would probably admit that, at one point or another, they’ve dreamed of traveling the country at length to visit as many breweries as they could squeeze into their schedules. For Dallas, Texas-based craft beer enthusiasts Michael Roberts and Brandon Wurtz, that dream has become a reality since they started their yearlong, cross-country brewcation at the beginning of this year as the Brews Travelers 365.

AMBER MEDIN - CO-EDITOR & DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL MEDIA  |  APRIL 22, 2014

Newbies - New Craft Beer Releases That You Want to Look Out For - April 22, 2014

River North IPA / Dead Rise / Citra Victorious and more!

So many beers, So little time…Newbies is your essential map to the “best of the best” and the hottest new craft beers rolling out each week. From Denver’s brilliant River North Brewery to the latest releases from Dominion and Harpoon – we’ve all kinds of beers that you’ll want to chase down.

So welcome to another edition of Newbies – Your ultimate guide to great new craft beers

APRIL 22, 2014

Navigation Brewing Charts A New Course

Who would have thought that a casual discussion between two family members drinking homebrewed beer on a Maine beach could turn into a business venture? That initial discussion and many that followed between PJ Mercier and his father in-law, Bob Johnson (an avid homebrewer), would eventually lead to the establishment of Navigation Brewing Company.

DAN VARRICCHIO - BOSTON CORRESPONDENT  |  APRIL 21, 2014

The American Craft Beer Quick Hits - April 21, 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.

APRIL 21, 2014

The American Craft Beer Weekend Picks - April 18, 2014

Hey it’s Friday… Spring has finally sprung and you’re ready for the 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. We’ve also a Weekend Beer Pick for you too, because we know you’ll be drinking.

So welcome to our awesome Easter Holiday Weekend Picks…

APRIL 18, 2014

Seven Craft Beers Paired with Easter Brunch

Easter is this Sunday and that means the Lord has risen, the eggs are dyed and hidden in a places where you won’t find them until three months from now, and that same stupid Cadbury Crème Egg commercial from the 80’s has been playing for last 3 months.  Traditionally Easter brunch or dinner marks the end of lent which means indulging in fatty delicious food and sweets that were given up for 40 days.  For those of us who drink craft beer and follow lent, it may also mean lifting your one to two beers a day restriction and reverting back to your guzzle gut ways.  ACB has suggestions that will help you merge your beer immoderation with Aunt Doris’s feast, as we explore Easter craft beer pairings. 

DAVE STRATTON - LA CORRESPONDENT  |  APRIL 18, 2014

Five World Beer Cup Award Winners from Oregon You Need to Try

Every year, there are awards handed out to deserving brewers from around the country at Denver’s Great American Beer Festival. Then there are the local fests that showcase the flagship and seasonal beers that provide a more limited scope. Yet it’s only every two years that the Brewer’s Association gathers for the Craft Brewers Conference AND features the World Beer Cup, a competition showcasing beers from 58 countries, evaluated by an international panel of 219 judges from 31 countries and what I can only presume to be some psychedelic hangovers…Here are 5 award winners you should snatch up in the store, at the pub, or at a festival ASAP.

WARREN WILLS - PORTLAND CORRESPONDENT  |  APRIL 17, 2014

The American Craft Beer Rumor Mill - April 16, 2014

Hey it’s Wednesday and that means it’s Rumor Mill Time. And even though we’re still rehabbing from last week’s CBC in Denver – we know you don’t care – so we’re on it.

So fasten your seat belts everybody because in spite of how we feel….THIS WEEK’S RUMOR MILL IS ON!

APRIL 16, 2014

The FunKtion at the Fillmore with Lagunitas and Left Hand Brewing

We’re Not Apologizing for Our Behavior

This year’s Craft Brewers Conference was an informative and wonderful event – rich with some 85+ seminars covering everything from technical brewing to Federal tax code compliance – and a trade show with 450+ exhibitors to explore. But the week’s activities didn’t stop at the Colorado Convention Center. Every evening, there were special craft beer events and parties spilling out into Denver’s coolest bars and rock venues and they usually proved to be too much fun.

APRIL 16, 2014

What the Hell Is a Hefeweizen?

American Craft Beer’s Guide to Beer Styles

Hey even though we act like it, we admit we don’t know everything. And one thing that’s cool to know more about is the kind of beer that you’re drinking. Every beer style has its own backstory, a hometown, and a reason why it came about. It’s all part of a beer’s DNA and we think that matters.

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

APRIL 15, 2014
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