Not all of these pairings of craft beers and trick-or-treat candy are so transcendent, but they’re all interesting.
You don’t need to be a beer pairing genius to know that pizza and beer are like peanut butter and jelly.
New Glarus Brewing’s latest beer, Gyrator Doppel, uses a hop and malt variety that wouldn’t be commercially available today if not for the eff…
It’s nice to have a brewery closing story with a silver lining, and that’s exactly what Next Door Brewing has delivered to us.
Karben4 debuts a mixed 12-pack with three new variants of its landmark Fantasy Factory IPA.
Ale Asylum is unquestionably a Madison institution.
Phil Dieter said the new owners "loved everything that we had already created. And so they kind of sought us out."
There was half as much beer at the Great Taste of the Midwest this year, and it didn’t matter one bit.
The brewery began as a way for Laura Johnson to sustain the 150-year-old Duesterbeck farmstead, of which Laura and her sisters will be the six…
Last year’s iteration of the region’s premier beer festival was called off amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
There’s something cool happening in beer, and it’s not another IPA.
Selling beer in Madison is "something we’ve been working toward for a couple years."
It’s hard to say if these beers are getting sweeter without tasting notes that I don’t have, but my impression is that they are.
Lakefront Brewery's Riverwest Stein NA nonalcoholic beer takes a risk by removing a key ingredient from an old favorite.
It’s been a lively spring for interesting breweries from outside Wisconsin joining the fray on local shelves.
If this national rollout goes according to plan, Hop Valley beers will eventually be made right here in Wisconsin.
It’s a great message, and this big deal in the beer world originated right here in Wisconsin.
There’s been a lot of really good Titletown beer that hasn’t been drunk outside Green Bay these past few years.
The German-style beer garden, which opened in 2017, said in a post Friday the No. 1 request of customers has been to allow non-service dogs in.
A lot has changed in the world of beer since April 2011.
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 …
When people meet a beer columnist, of all things, of course they’re going to ask what my favorite beer is, and I never have a good answer beca…