A man poses behind taps at the bar

UK lockdown could see beer flowing down the drain


The Campaign for Real Ale predicts that 50 million pints worth of beer will be dumped in the United Kingdom within weeks if the country’s lockdown continues.

Two men brewing with bread

This British company is turning food waste into beer

A Kirin staff member poses with its new craft beer product "Spring Valley Brewery 496 prototype," which was launched in July 2014. Craft styles are increasingly migrating from the United States to other countries.

America’s craft brewers are inspiring beer lovers — and makers — across the globe

Salem Haji, co-owner of one of the few microbreweries in France, inspects his latest blonde IPA at his brewery Biere de la Plaine in downtown Marseille.

Beer brews up a following in France’s wine country

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Scotland’s ‘Brew Dogs’ Hop Across America on a Craft Beer Tour

Scotland's "Brew Dogs," Martin Dickie (L) and James Watt get ready to launch their new show on the Esquire Network

Scotland’s “Brew Dogs” Hop Across America

Arts, Culture & Media

Scottish craft brewers Martin Dickie and James Watt are known as the Brew Dogs. They’re now bringing their experimental brand of American-inspired craft brewing to the United States with a new TV series called Brew Dogs, which launches on the Esquire network on September 24th.

Craft brewers seeing surge of popularity among U.S. beer drinkers

Arts, Culture & Media

The U.S. beer market is stable, not really growing, not really shrinking. But a specific subset of that market, the craft beer market, is seeing tremendous growth. It’s part of an increasing American culture of buying local — supporting businesses in your own back yard.

The Desire to Be Hip Is Making All Our Cities the Same

Cities like New Orleans and Pittsburgh have benefited from major economic investments and new business models. But writer Chuck Thompson thinks this isn’t always a good thing. He’s the author of “Better Off Without ‘Em.” His latest article in The New Republic is called “Take this Microbrew and Shove It.” In it, he argues against […]