A San Diego man is suing MillerCoors for portraying Blue Moon as a craft beer — a title beer aficionados are willing to pay high prices for.
A brew crew in Oregon has come up with a resourceful way of making beer from recycled and purified wastewater. But does it pass the taste test? And will drought-stricken California catch on?
UC Santa Cruz has perfected the science of beer, and explains how sprouting barley then roasting it gives us the craft brew flavors that are fueling an entire new culinary economy.
Alan Shapiro, co-founder of the Cider Summit to be held in San Francisco on April 25, feels the region is ready for a cider explosion.
B.A.R.T. is facing a very unlikely opponent: a brewery in Nevada.
Eye On The Beer: Stone Brewing Co. Discontinues Stone Pale Ale, Releases Details On Brewing It At Home
After launching 19 years ago, Stone Brewing Co. has announced the end of their very first (and flagship) beer Stone Pale Ale. As a consolation to fans of the ale, Stone also released detailed instructions on how to brew Stone Pale Ale at home.
How many comic book-inspired beers could we find out there? And boy did we hit the motherlode thanks to the beer fans at Beer Advocate.
Getting San Francisco’s famous Anchor Steam beer to overseas markets is getting harder, and Europeans who prefer the hoppy Northern California ales may find the West Coast ports labor dispute literally sobering.
It’s time to reconsider what Valentine’s Day is all about. Forget the guilt. Forget the pressure, and forget the pink ribbons and incessant flowers. It’s time men get in on the gift-getting. What are you getting YOUR guy, women?
I went to the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company in Half Moon Bay and failed to order a brew . . .