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The Future of Craft

Is Craft Beer in Trouble? 6 Brewers Weigh In

Recently, Stone Brewing — one of America’s biggest, most iconic craft breweries — laid off around 5 percent of its workforce. Here's what that means for craft beer.

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A Better Way to Cool Off

Your Beer Guide to Summer’s Best Brews

It may be August, but summer's not over yet. Cool down with these different styles of beer, from IPAs to lagers to sour and salty American goses.

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32 NFL Teams, 32 Craft Beers

A Beer for Every NFL Team

Forgo mass market beers and bring a six-pack to tailgate that better represents your team. Here are 32 very drinkable craft beers for tailgating this winter.

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The New Zealand Issue
Drinking with Garage Project

The Kings of Kiwi Craft Beer

There's a beer that tastes like Venus. One that's made to be served like a flat white. The boys of Garage Project have endless creativity, and that innovation translates to the best beer in New Zealand.

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Battle of the Brands

What’s in a Name? A Tale of Two NYC Brewers

There are over 3,000 craft brewing companies in the United States. How can a budding brewer stand out? We caught up with the Bronx Brewery's Chris Gallant and Dyckman Beer Company's Juan Camillo after New York Beer Week to find the solution, from naming to branding to brewing.

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Sour Power

The Best American Wild Ales

Wild ales are full bodied, can be incredibly complex, and for beer snobs and those looking for a liquid thrill, they're the holy grail of brewing.

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