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Best of New York
The Absolute Best Brewery Taprooms in New York
Fifteen places to kick back and quaff the freshest beer in town.
17 Excellent Local Beers That You Should Be Drinking
From chocolate-layered imperial stouts to bitter and balanced IPAs.
Barren Hill to Open at the Former Home of General Lafayette Inn
The historic property’s been dark since the fall of 2010.
Roll Out the Barrels: Christie Signs Bill That Boosts Craft Brewing in New
He might be taking a beating for Jersey’s financial outlook, but he’s the toast of the craft beer set right now.
Flying Fish’s Move Brings More Beer and More Different Kinds of Beer
The new brewery will increase Flying Fish’s overall output as well as diversity of styles.
Small Breweries Resist New ABC Rule; Historic Groton Tavern Ravaged By Fire
Plus restaurateurs discover the power of music and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Farmers’ Cabinet Gets Brewing… in Virginia?
Brewing operations appear to be passed off to a facility near Washington D.C.
There’s No Expansion On Tap For the Tasting Room at Yards
The rumors are just that, rumors!
Proposed Legislation Could Be Big Boon For Local Brewers; Exposure to Pesticides
Plus: Federal Investigators probe Chipotle; and McDonald’s expects to raise its prices, all in our morning news roundup.
Jolliness Is the First Casualty in the War Between the Elves
The two beers in question have very similar names.
Farmers’ Cabinet Opens Tonight
The new project from Fork & Barrel’s owners will feature craft cocktails and soon, an in-house brewery.
Yes Virginia, Yards Really Is Giving Away Free Beer
Bring an ornament to Yards, receive a free beer.
Win a Trip to Belgium with a Local Brewer
The only way to win is to play.
Yuengling Poised For World Domination
Yuengling is now not only America’s oldest brewer, but one of the largest too.
Yards Brews Up a Bigger Operation
The brewer expects to meet the growing demands for better-quality beers.
General Lafayette Inn Is Closed
The inn is closed and an agreement of sale has been in place for some time.
Booze You Can Use
Victory Brewing Co. Gets a Little Bigger
The brewery expects to produce 11,000 barrels more than last year.
Booze You Can Use
Sudan Grass Makes Gluten Free Goodness
The ale’s recipe dates back several centuries.
Haymarket Pub & Brewery Opening this Summer in the West Loop
Rock Bottom Brewery vet Pete Crowley strikes out on his own in the West Loop.
Local Booze and Brews News
Brooklyn distillers and a Bronx brewer.
The Way We Ate Then
PhilaPlace: The Way We Ate Then
A new interactive website highlights the history of Philadelphia’s restaurant and food
The Half Acre Beer Store ‘Will Be Like Being At The Zoo’
Kegs, growlers, and open tours are in store.
What Happens To Chicago’s Forgotten Breweries?
A look at some of the city’s former breweries — then and now.