Nine Things Federal Employees Can Do This Weekend Despite the Government Shutdown
Options include drinking a beer, eating some cheese, and learning a new language.
Tijuana Is Fighting to Support Migrants, One Cerveza at a Time
People across the border are brewing an inventive, new way of keeping America's castaways afloat.
Could Craft Breweries Help Lead the Way in Water Conservation?
As water shortages increase across the country, beer companies are adapting to this new reality in innovative ways.
What to Make of Sarah Huckabee Sanders' Beer-Tax Analogy
It tells us a lot—none of it particularly good—about how she approaches her job as press secretary.
Think Alcohol's Good for You? Not So Fast, Researchers Say
It turns out the benefits of light to moderate drinking might have been exaggerated.
Not Every Homebrewer Has a Beard: The Face of America's Beer Makers
The face of the American homebrewer is changing ever so slightly as a younger, more diverse generation starts to make its own beer.
4 Conferences Worth Attending in September and October
From Self-Sacrifice and Martyrdom to Sixteenth Century Society, academic gatherings you should be aware of.
Guinness Goodness Best in Ireland, Say Researchers
In a tongue-in-cheek analysis appropriate for St. Patrick's Day, four intrepid researchers conclude that Guinness beer is more enjoyable when surrounded by Ireland.