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.
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…
The short answer: These beers are recommendations, not a comprehensive survey of everything that’s out there.
The Beer Bracket is an NCAA-style tournament in which folks from all over the state advance and eliminate a field of 64 beers, round by round, until we have Wisconsin’s favorite beer.
Don the tricolor soccer scarf and drop the frites — it’s Belgian season in Wisconsin.
The Aventinus-inspired John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt’s Dunkel Doppel Hefeweizen Bock is the first of several pub favorites coming to cans this year.
Every brewery knows the cachet these dark dandies have with beer geeks, and many breweries make them.
The state Department of Revenue blocked an attempt to offer sales exclusively through businesses most heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ale Asylum’s new Apocalypse Bingo: MRDR HRNT pale ale uses a relatively new brewing technique called dip-hopping.
Ice Bear from Third Space Brewing has a profile similar to an imperial stout but is actually a Baltic porter.
A beer retrospective for times like these.
The Chicago brewery’s traditional Continental European beers began arriving in Madison in November.
The Chippewa Falls-based brewery announced last summer that it will phase out use of the image.
The new packaging for Lake Louie’s Tommy’s Porter plays up this little-known quirk.
The four Wisconsin breweries to medal this year in craft beer’s most prestigious competition are not exactly household names (yet!).