Back in-person after a two-year, pandemic-induced hiatus, the Great American Beer Festival® (GABF™), the country’s premier beer festival and cultural phenomenon, is returning to the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado, on Oct. 6-8, 2022. Hosted by the Brewers Association, the trade organization representing small
It’s the start of another year, and beer fans are gearing up for what comes next – in terms of styles and flavours. Each new year bears witness to certain trends that will put the brewing industry’s versatility and creative strengths on display while, at
If you’ve ever taken aluminium cans for granted, now would be the time to correct that.
There is reportedly a beer can shortage that has begun to hit the beer industry and has prompted American suppliers like Molson Coors and Karl Strauss to cut back on
A recent survey of US craft brewers suggests that 60% of US craft breweries will close if severe social distancing guidelines aren’t lifted by June. Rabobank talks to the Brewers Association's chief economist to take the pulse of the craft beer business, and discuss whether
Last week, the Brewers Association - an American trade group of over 7,400 brewers, breweries in planning, suppliers, distributors and craft beer retailers, released its 2020 Beer Style Guidelines.
These guidelines have been serving as a resource for not just brewers but also beer judges and
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Elva Ellen Kowald
In the world of fine dining, great dishes and select wines go together. Haute cuisine – so the conventional wisdom goes – is about luminary chefs, upscale diners, starched table cloths, and discreet servers and sommeliers in hushed establishments, where
Founder & Partner, The Beer Chronicles
Since I’ve written about wheat beers earlier, I figured I’d make this article about another favourite – the Stout. While there are a variety of Stouts being brewed and served in India, to avoid making this a long rambling