From gene-editing technology to cryogenic freezing, scientific innovations in hops are helping brewers improve efficiency and deliver new, intense IPA aromas
Craft breweries are adopting a mass-market style to create lagers that are more approachable in terms of both cost and flavor
Variety packs, homegrown grains, and fewer SKUs are all on the docket for the beer industry in the coming year
The most popular stories of the past year ranged from beer styles making a comeback to the science behind beer production techniques
Too much foam is often treated as a flaw, but some U.S. establishments are embracing this little-known Czech custom
Breweries are using kveik, a kind of Norwegian farmhouse yeast, to produce lager-like beers in a matter of days or weeks rather than months
As hazy-IPA fatigue sets in, breweries across the U.S. are finding success revamping the bitter West Coast style
Breweries persevered through an unpredictable year. What adaptations will they make in 2022?
This year’s most-read beer articles surrounded 2021 trend predictions and the industry’s push for greater diversity
To broaden their sales base, breweries are reaching beyond the beer drinker by producing natural wines, piquettes, fruited spritzes, and more
Breweries are channeling Marvel culture to create compelling graphic labels that draw in a new generation of beer drinkers
Breweries were forced to adapt in 2020. Which pivots are poised to become permanent fixtures on the brewing landscape?
This year’s most-read beer articles focused on breweries’ pandemic pivots and hard seltzer innovations
Small brewers have shifted to beers with longer shelf lives and less expensive ingredients, which means more lagers and fewer IPAs