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Brewery to Watch: Other Half Brewing, Brooklyn, NY

Behind the Scenes Rabi Abonour 1 comment

With just two pairs of hands and three 30-barrel fermenters, Matt Monahan and Sam Richardson of Other Half Brewing can only brew so much beer. But they have their eyes on the prize. Take a peek behind the scenes at the new Gowanus brewery. More

Beer Tripping: How to Plan a Perfect Beer-Focused Vacation

Heather Vandenengel 8 comments

With the spring thaw on the horizon and road trip season approaching, we have some advice on how to maximize your beer vacation, from airport beers to brewery maps. More

Which is the Best Beer City?

Maggie Hoffman 34 comments

Spots like San Diego, Portland, and Asheville are often mentioned as beer meccas. But which city is truly the best for beer? We asked a few beer fanatics for their picks, but we want to know your opinion, too! More

Where to Drink Great Beer in San Francisco and the East Bay

Where to Drink: San Francisco Chris Cohen 8 comments

Here is your list of true beer essentials in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley: the bars, restaurants, and breweries that curate the most epic beer menus, employ staff who bleed amber, and take the extra step with great food pairings or an ambience that makes you feel like you just warped to Brussels. More

Highlights From SF Beer Week 2014

Event Recaps The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

The past 10 days in San Francisco have been filled with more than 500 events featuring beers both local and from afar, new and rare, unusual and delicious. Here are a few of the highlights. More

Where to Drink Beer in Montreal

Heather Vandenengel 6 comments

Montreal is a brewpub town, and a very good one at that. Here are 7 of our favorite beer-drinking destinations. More

Check Out Our Map of 50 States, 50 Beers We Love

Maggie Hoffman 44 comments

We've been seeking out beer from all around the country, tasting hundreds of bottles and cans, old favorites and new releases. The result: this map, sharing fifty of our favorites from the fifty states. More

Ask a Cicerone: Breweries to Watch in 2014

Ask a Cicerone Maggie Hoffman 10 comments

We asked our crew of beer experts which breweries we should keep an eye on in 2014: breweries doing exciting things, growing, experimenting, or just making really awesome beer. More

5 Classic London Pubs You Should Visit

Mark Dredge 9 comments

For centuries, London's pubs have served as meeting places, social spaces, rooms to relax and unwind, places to talk business, to eat and drink, to find comfort for an evening or solace for an hour. While many of the oldest pubs have been polished into new venues, some still retain their olde charms, giving visitors the chance to experience what a pub may have been like hundreds of years ago. Here are five of our favorites. More

Fresh Suds and Friendly Service at Paulaner Bräuhaus, NYC

Where to Drink: New York Roger Kamholz 7 comments

The only Paulaner Bräuhaus in the western hemisphere recently landed in New York City. More

Where to Buy Beer in Portland: The Best Bottle Shops

Where to Drink: Portland Adam Lindsley 2 comments

There's a reason beer lovers call Portland 'Beervana,' and it's not just the 52 (and counting) local breweries supplying the city's tap houses. Portland happens to be home to some of the most noteworthy beer bottle shops in the country. These are our picks for the very best of them. More

The Serious Eats Vermont Beer Guide

Mike Reis 8 comments

If you're headed to Vermont for a visit, here's our guide to the best beers to drink when you arrive. More

6 Beers That Blew Our Minds at the Great American Beer Festival 2013

Event Recaps Sean M. Buchan 5 comments

Between the Denver Rare Beer Tasting, Crooked Stave's What the Funk!? Festival, and GABF itself, we tried a plethora of outstanding brews, including some of the rarest beers on earth. Here's the rundown on our six favorites. More

5 Memorable Beers from Speakeasy Brewery's 16th Anniversary Party

Event Recaps Lauren Sloss Post a comment

Speakeasy Brewery turned sweet 16 this weekend and had a big ol' birthday bash to celebrate at their San Francisco brewery and tap room. Here are a few of the brand-new and limited-release beers we tried. More

The Best Beers We Tried at Belgium Comes to Cooperstown 2013

Event Recaps Chris Lehault 1 comment

Now in its eleventh year, this Belgian-inspired beer event is revered as one of the best in the country. Here's our report on the highlights. More

8 Deliciously Weird Beers We Tried at the Oregon Brewers Festival

Event Recaps Adam Lindsley 6 comments

The Oregon Brewers Festival, which regularly draws crowds of 80,000 or more, rolled into its 26th year with an emphasis on rare and unusual beers (like, for example, a beer fermented with yeast cultivated from the brewer's beard). We tried many of the 84 beers on tap—here are 8 of our favorite weird-but-delicious options. More

Where to Drink Craft Beer in Las Vegas

Luis Tovar Post a comment

The great craft beer culture of Las Vegas remains one of the city's best kept secrets. Here's our guide to the best places to go if you're seeking out good beer in Vegas. More

Snapshots from Dinner with Sierra Nevada and Boulevard Brewing at Abbot's Cellar, San Francisco

Event Recaps Lauren Sloss Post a comment

The dinner showcased new releases from Sierra Nevada Brewery and Boulevard Brewing Co., including Terra Incognita, a collaboration between the two breweries, paired with specially-designed dishes from Chef Adam Dulye. More

The Best Beers We Tried at Philly Beer Week 2013

Event Recaps Chris Lehault Post a comment

We hit the pavement (and 90-degree heat) to see if the City of Brotherly Love does beer as well as they do cheesesteaks and parking tickets. The answer: most definitely. More

3 Washington State Breweries You Should Know

Where to Drink: Seattle Jen Muehlbauer 9 comments

A ton of interesting small breweries have opened in Washington in the last 3 or 4 years. Here are a few of them to seek out on your next trip west. More

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