Over the past couple of months, the craft-beer business has experienced more than its share of uncharacteristic bumpiness.
More than 30 US states now allow gas stations and convenience stores to serve beer on tap, allowing customers to fill up 64-ounce growlers on the road.
The argument over what really makes a beer “craft” in the UK looks set to continue as brewers have “missed their chance” at creating a firm definition, according to a leading US craft beer representative.
Forget the beer brewed with the yeast of a man’s beard and Iceland’s whale testicle beer – Ninkasi has released a beer made from space yeast.
New Zealand craft brewery Moa has been given approval to expand its Marlborough site after resolving a long-running dispute.
Amid rumoured mergers and premiumisation, Amin Alkhatib, drinks analyst at Euromonitor, shares his top strategies for beer and cider in 2015.
BrewDog has launched a beer for “invalids and convalescents” inspired by a passage found in a medical textbook published in 1843.
London Beer Week’s first festival attracted 8,500 attendees with more than 16,000 signature beers served, generating £50,000 for London bars.
Has the craft beer boom reached its peak? Will “speers” be the next big thing in beer, and have non-alcohol beers finally lost their stigma?
Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has launched its first gluten free beer, encouraging fans to order a bottle by sticking two fingers up to its bar staff.
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