Funky Buddha Brewery, the fastest-growing craft brewery in Florida, has been sold to Constellation Brands, the third-largest beer brewer in the U.S.
Rubicon, a pioneer in Sacramento’s craft-brewing movement, announced Monday that it would be shutting down after nearly 30 years in business.
San Francisco’s Anchor Brewing, which bills itself as the oldest craft brewer in the U.S., will be sold to Japan’s Sapporo Holdings Ltd. in a deal worth about $85 million.
Flying Dog Brewery has officially terminated its membership with the Brewers Association over censorship issues.
Now that we've reach the All Star Break and are midway through the baseball season, here is a look at the best Beer Ballparks in Baseball.
Representatives from the constituent breweries of InBev's The High End respond to the Brewers Association's “certified independent craft” seal they debuted earlier this week.
In response to the continued acquisition of former craft breweries by Anheuser Busch InBev and other outside interests, the Boulder-based Brewers Association announced it is offering a label that can be used by truly independent breweries nationwide.
Denver Business Journal
After dominating Zymurgy Magazine's annual survey of the Best Beers in America for eight of the 15 years it has existed, Russian River Brewing Co.'s elusive double IPA Pliny the Elder has been usurped.
Last week it was revealed that ZX Ventures, which is fully owned by the global conglomerate Anheuser-Busch InBev, has purchased a portion of RateBeer. Sam expresses his concerns over this purchase.
Heineken International announced Thursday that it is buying the other 50 percent stake of Lagunitas Brewing Co. of Petaluma.
The Press Democrat
Asheville N.C.’s highly regarded Wicked Weed Brewing is being purchased by Anheuser-Busch, the global brewer that makes such products as Budweiser and Bud Light, the first Asheville brewer to do so.
Scientists from the University of Greenwich have found drinking alcohol can reduce pain by a quarter, as part of a study published in the Journal of Pain.
International Business Times
The Brewers Association, that represents more than 3,800 U.S. breweries, has taken a step to curb offensive brand names and labels.
A look at the growing duopoly and the effect it will have on the craft beer market.
New York Times
After announcing it was shutting down indefinitely, Speakeasy is now running with a skeleton crew while the company seeks new ownership.
San Francisco Chronicle
San Diego’s Stone Brewing, the nation’s ninth-largest brewery, has unveiled a beer made with treated sewage water, says "It's a very clean-tasting beer."
The Huffington Post
The uptick in provocative and potentially offensive craft beer names has stirred some controversy.
A look at the history of the newest trend making its way through the craft beer scene throughout the country.
Craft beer mania sweeps the nation at new all-time levels causing hours-long longs and competition between fans for the latest release.
New York Times
A flaw that could result in glass chips in beer has caused Sierra Nevada to recall beer in 36 states.