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P.J. Whelihan’s Celebrates 10 Years of Signature Beer

P.J.W. Restaurant Group celebrates the 10th birthday of its signature private-labeled brew, P.J.W. Copper Lager, with “Pour X More,” a month-long celebration kicking off October 1. Brewed exclusively for the restaurant group by Victory Brewing Company, P.

Zero-Alcohol Beer Gaining Popularity in West Europe

Low alcohol and alcohol-free variants have been major drivers of beer consumption volumes in 2015, and are becoming widely accepted as flavorsome alternatives to regular strength beer, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.

Red Robin to Release its First Burger-Inspired Beer

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews partnered with New Belgium to create the Grilled Pineapple Golden Ale.! The first special release beer inspired by Red Robin's famous Banzai Burger will make its debut at the Great American Beer Festival on October 6—8 in Denver.

Craft Beer's Identity Crisis

These are indeed noisy times for craft beer. Just log on to Twitter or any other major social media platform the day a small brewery announces that a major macro producer is acquiring it. One-hundred-forty-character-and-under shouts proclaim “Sellout!” “I’m never drinking their beer again!” “Craft is dead!” Opinions like these tend to dominate the feeds on those days, usually drowning out the softer declarations like, “It’s the same beer it was yesterday and I’ll still drink it,” and “Beer is beer.

The Culinary Institute of America to Host New Beer Festival

The Culinary Institute of America will host its first annual “Brew U” on October 8 at The Egg and Student Commons at the CIA’s Hyde Park campus. Kicking-off the Oktoberfest season, Brew U is an exciting new beer festival that will combine sampling from top breweries with delicious food from the CIA and educational seminars for beer and culinary enthusiasts.

5 American Brewpubs Worth the Visit for Beer Lovers

Long gone are the days when the brewpub was a fine-dining farce. Fried finger foods and inferior brews have been replaced by chef-driven menus, and the beer brewed in-house is a far cry from the watered-down, inferior selections that once flowed out of drafts across the nation.

The Benefits of Brewing Your Own Beer

Before Jed Sanford painted the walls black and handed out spray cans to designers, the space that is now Abigaile was a steakhouse named Union Cattle Co. Locals knew the restaurant for its mechanical bull, proximity to the ocean, and impressive wine list.

Midland Brewing Company Launching Restaurant and Beer Garden

Midland Brewing Company partnered with Rochester-based Kosch Dining Solutions to launch a new restaurant, beer garden, and outdoor event space in Midland, Michigan. Opening in early 2017, it will be part of MBC’s brewery location at 5011 N Saginaw Road, where extensive remodeling has already begun.

New Act Will Allow Mead to Compete with Other Beverage Sectors

This week, Representative Mark Sanford introduced H.R. 6000, the Mead Equality and Definition (MEAD) Act of 2016. Mead is the fastest growing segment of the U.S. beverage industry, increasing 150 percent in the last year alone with over 275 producers across the country.

Patrick Rue of The Bruery selected as a Tastemaker by Wine Enthusiast

Founder/CEO and Master Cicerone, Patrick Rue, from The Bruery & Bruery Terreux, located in Orange County, California, was named one of Wine Enthusiast’s Tastemakers “40 under 40.” Leaving behind a promising career path in litigation, Rue started out as a small-time homebrewer.

Inside Stone Brewing's Hotel Dedicated to Craft Beer

With more than 100 craft breweries and brewpubs, San Diego is a destination for beer lovers. And soon they’ll have a unique place to rest their heads. Untitled Hospitality and Stone Brewing, the 10th largest brewery in the U.

Cycling and Craft Beer Just Go Together

To learn the best bicycling cities, we turn to Bicycling magazine. And its editors list the top three two-wheeler towns as Minneapolis; Portland, Oregon; and Boulder, Colorado. So it’s no surprise to find three of the best bike-and-beer experiences in those locales.

Stone Brewing to Open Hotel Dedicated to Craft Beer

Stone Brewing, the 10th largest craft brewery in the U.S., and San Diego-based hospitality collective, Untitled Hospitality, announced their partnership to develop Stone Hotel—the companies’ first-ever brewery hotel.