If this, my 341st column, were a year, it would be Dec. 7. And by Dec. 7, you probably know what kind of a year it has been. Here are some of the best days
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While Death Leinie was unintentionally aged, cellaring beers can have spectacular results if it's done correctly.
Minutes after touching down in Madison and after a four-hour delay in Detroit, Sam Calagione, an icon of the American brewing scene, knew what he wanted: Something local and hoppy.
The Northern Discovery hop is loaded with linalool, a fruity and floral aromatic compound that gives the Pearl Street IPA its name.
Hard questions about the Madison brewery's business model were answered in a way that lines up with craft beer purists' ideals.
An international brewing giant's acquisition of North Carolina's Wicked Weed Brewing left me with a sour taste in my mouth.
Some people find great meaning in a potato chip, burnt just so that an image of Jesus Christ seems to appear if one looks at it hard enough.
The beer is indeed great -- and diverse -- at America's largest beerfest, which comes as ownership of craft brewers is increasingly muddled.
Replete with flavors and aromas of their signature dark malts — chocolate, coffee and “dark fruit” like raisin, date, black cherry and berry — and usually packing well north of 8 percent ABVs, these beers were made for winter in cold places.
The small town has a long brewing history, but Potosi's present and future lie in adventurous, forward-looking beers as well as tradition.