This month features American beers, drawing inspiration from historical styles that you may have run across before.
It's time to invest in a corkscrew, because, even though you really, really love beer, there's a bottle of vino out there with your name on it.
It's a happy country, and happiness in Australia is a sunny day, a lit barbecue and an ice cold beer in a neoprene sleeve.
From to a peddling party through the streets of Portland, to a day of drinking and reciting poetry during a walking tour of Manhattan, these seven unique pub crawls in cities across the U.S. are sure to quench your hankering for hops.
What can you possibly do for this year's big beercation?
We're no strangers to drinking -- so much so that drinking has become a ritualistic pastime.
You might have expanded your drinking palate beyond Crazy Stallion since you finished college.
The final installment of my favorite dive bars in NYC has me drinking my all time favorite beer -- Natty Boh from Baltimore.
Tin Man Brewing Co., located in Evansville, IN, claims its new brew is "a bold beer suited for the harsh Klingon lifestyle." Though, I'm pretty sure what they mean is: "trendy beer suited for the heavily latexed Trekkie Conventioneer."
Yes, you literally crack open that little unborn critter straight into the drink.
On St. Paddy's day in the United States, it is common for a beer (or two or three) to be consumed. But how much that beer costs might vary state to state.
When you buy a six-pack at the store or a round at the bar, not all the money you pay goes to the brewery or the distributor. There's a tax on that br...
Are you looking for a decent Irish-made or associated drink for the day to channel the spirit of St. Patrick?
"Last call for Hepatitus C!" Shannon O'Neill announced from the sold-out crowd as audience members lined up to dip spoons into the gray plastic tub overflowing with 20 gallons of ice cream,
When in the mood to relive your golden years, there's a pretty good chance you'll reach for an equally golden beverage.
Herbal beers are thus vestiges of an age in which beer was consumed for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Was there ever a time in your professional career that you associated new ideas and creativity with beer or coffee? I must admit, I enjoy the process ...