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Drink 'Em While It's Hot: Top 5 Summer-Only Colorado Brews

Liftopia | Posted 10.06.2013 | Travel
Liftopia

Colorado is known for many things, but perhaps its most quaffable quirk is its love of beer. Even though there aren't quite enough breweries in Colorado to try a new brew each sunny day, there are more than 160 breweries in the Centennial State, so we're getting there.

Fourth of July! Who Celebrates It Best? East vs. West

Peek | Posted 05.11.2015 | Travel
Peek

It seems as though the East would have a leg up on celebrating our Independence, if not entirely due to its historical tours, but we have yet to be convinced. We found activities in the West that rival all of the best activities on the East.

Roadtripping in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Monique Stringfellow | Posted 08.19.2013 | Travel
Monique Stringfellow

For a perfect short road trip, the area starting around D.C. and heading southwest into Virginia is among the best. From Northern Virginia's horse country to the Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah Valley, you'll find a mix of nature, history and charm.

10 Up-And-Coming Breweries To Watch

Posted 05.28.2013 | Taste

Craft beers you may not have heard of... yet.

PHOTOS: Portland Or Portlandia

Global Yodel | Posted 05.04.2013 | Travel
Global Yodel

There's more to Portland than bike valets and artisan knot shops.

Montana's Cross County Paradise

Stefani Jackenthal | Posted 04.13.2013 | Travel
Stefani Jackenthal

The pine branches gently grazed my jacket sleeves as we swooshed through the treelined trails blanketed with unbroken, fluffy snow that covered our skis and boots.

Beer Consolidation

Jeff Danziger | Posted 04.05.2013 | Politics
Jeff Danziger

2013-02-04-beerdanzig

Florida's Craft Brew Boom

Visit Florida | Posted 12.25.2012 | Travel
Visit Florida

Craft brewers are still relatively small players in the commercial beer world but are helping to create a different sort of Florida tourist attraction.

Bed, Breakfast And Beer

BnBFinder.com | Posted 10.10.2012 | Travel
BnBFinder.com

With more than 20 breweries around the state, Vermont is also known as one of the premiere beer-crafting hot spots in the country. You can always make a pit stop at one of the brewing locations to see what all the fuss is about or sign up for an Official Passport and head out on the Vermont Brewery Challenge.

How Beer Saved The World

Greg Voakes | Posted 10.16.2012 | Weird News
Greg Voakes

No matter what your brew of choice may be, whether you sip from a can or treat yourself from a tap, chances are there's a lot you don't know about your favorite beer.

Beer Cheer Here

Rozanne Gold | Posted 03.27.2012 | Home
Rozanne Gold

Beer seems to be moving the same way wine did 20 years ago: Lots of new entrants, the emergence of "beer geekery"... and the growing popularity of monster, high-alcohol beers.

Healthy Eating And Drinking In San Diego

Carolyn Scott | Posted 01.18.2012 | Travel
Carolyn Scott

Beachy, relaxed and beautiful, healthy food is easy to find in this bayside border town. Lots of great stuff has popped up recently, so I decided to go back and check out some of the new places in and around town.

Behind Barley Wine: The Beer That's Never Met A Grape

Joshua M. Bernstein | Posted 01.09.2012 | Home
Joshua M. Bernstein

Don't let barley wine's name throw you for a loop: The beer style has little in common with fermented grapes -- except for an alcohol content that can hit double digits.

4 Hops You Should Get To Know

Food Republic | Posted 11.27.2011 | Home
Food Republic

The formula for beer is relatively simple: Water, starch, yeast and hops, the flowering cone-shaped plant that gives beer its sharp, bitter bite. Man...

Thirsty For Home? Where to Find Your Fave Craft Brews

| Ashley Henshaw | Posted 10.24.2011 | Chicago

Although Chicago has some amazing local breweries, residents who’ve come to the Windy City from other states may be a little homesick for their favo...

10 Craft Beers to Try Right Now

The Daily Meal | Posted 09.04.2011 | Home
The Daily Meal

You may or may not have noticed, but we are suddenly in a golden age of beer consumption, the likes of which this country has not seen since around th...

Sam Adams Launches Micro-Loans For Food & Beverage Entrepreneurs

Grub Street New York | Posted 06.06.2011 | Home

The Boston Beer Company, maker of Samuel Adams, is looking to distribute up to a million dollars in micro-loans this year, all through its Brewing the...

Lesser-Known Beer Cultures of the World

Sam Calagione | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Sam Calagione

The craft beer movement is now a global force. Craft brewers can be found all over the world from New Zealand to Italy using sourcing local ingredients and experimenting with exotic flavors.

PHOTOS: Colorado's Best Limited Edition Winter Beers

Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

Let's face it: Colorado does winter well. There may not be another state in the country where people actual spend all year looking forward to the sno...

Beer Enthusiasts Pick The Worst Beers In The World At RateBeer.com

Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Thousands of beer enthusiasts at RateBeer.com have selected what they consider to be the Worst Beers in the World. "We provide this list in the name...

PHOTOS: 9 Best Brewery Tours In America

Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel

Call us lushes, but we like to take brewery tours. There is something so oddly informational and, of course, fun about them. We've been to a bunch o...

10 Great Beers Brewed In Unlikely Places

Tracy Howard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Tracy Howard

For the true beer aficionado, there's nothing like being able to treat your friends to not just a tasty beer, but also an interesting story about that...

Brewing in Japan: Interview With Bryan Baird of Baird Beer

Devin Stewart | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Devin Stewart

I visited Baird Brewing Company, one of Japan's most innovative new craft breweries. I had the fortune to meet Bryan and Sayuri Baird, who founded the brewery.

10 Reasons to Drink Canned Beer

Tracy Howard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Tracy Howard

These modern cans are lined with a thin wall of plastic that wards off any tinny flavors, while complete opacity keeps light at bay.

Imagine a Great Beer City (Part Three)

Gregory Daurer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Gregory Daurer

Despite all the swine flu hysteria, there I was at the Great American Beer Festival -- drinking a beer partially made from, well, someone else's spit.