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  • From basement, Baltimore's first winery crafts business plan

    From basement, Baltimore's first winery crafts business plan
    In a Canton basement lit by fluorescent lights, a dozen glass jugs of fermenting grape juice share space with a washer, dryer and furnace. Standing before them, Erik Bandzak surveys his wines: two deep reds made from a Rougeon grape and an Isabella...
  • Lehigh Valley microbrewers growing with demand

    Lehigh Valley microbrewers growing with demand
    Lehigh Valley microbrewers Weyerbacher Brewing Co. and Fegley's Brew Works are installing more equipment and adding workers to keep pace with a growing demand for their ales, lagers and seasonal blends, owners said. The two family-owned breweries are...
  • Los Angeles' craft brewery scene has more on tap

    Los Angeles' craft brewery scene has more on tap
    Is L.A. finally turning into a beer-making town? The Los Angeles area already hosts some of America's best beer bars, with carefully curated lists of ever-changing taps and bottles, but almost all of those brews have been made somewhere else. We may be...
  • A toast to Baltimore's old breweries

    "Back again, back again, we've got Franklin D. Roosevelt back again, since Roosevelt's been re-elected moonshine liquor's been corrected, we've got legal wine, whiskey, beer and gin." —Recorded by Bill Cox in 1936 Happy New Year! Oh, I'm sorry....
  • Escape plan: Made in America tours

    Escape plan: Made in America tours
    Satisfy your hunger for fun at York County's "Made in America" factory tours, a four-day celebration starting Wednesday that offers behind-the-scenes access to more than 40 local factories, including a few that open to the public only during this event....
  • Portland has beer on its mind

    Portland has beer on its mind
    Over the last couple of decades, the city once called Stumptown and known for its rain, retro culture and venerable Powell's Books has staked out a scintillating new claim to fame as a brew lover's Parnassus. In fact, beer brewed on premises, live...
  • Named for Chicago, but Goose Island's 312 to be brewed in New York

    Named for Chicago, but Goose Island's 312 to be brewed in New York
    Three months after being acquired by Anheuser-Busch, Goose Island Beer Co. said today that its massively popular 312 Urban Wheat Ale will soon be brewed in an AB facility in upstate New York. Brewing a beer named for Chicago in Baldwinsville, N.Y. -- 700...
  • Columbus shows Ohio's adventurous side

    Columbus shows Ohio's adventurous side
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Bartender Cris Dehlavi is making a mint julep at Mouton, a Short North arts district hot spot that specializes in Prohibition-era cocktails. Across the street, people are milling around a White Castle, one of the fast-food dives...
  • Craft brewer 16 Mile Brewery launches six-packs in Baltimore

    Craft brewer 16 Mile Brewery launches six-packs in Baltimore
    Craft brewer 16 Mile Brewing Company has launched six packs in Baltimore. The Georgetown, Del.-based brewer, now three years old, stopped producing its signature 22-ounce aluminum bottles and shifted to six packs last fall.  Southern Maryland was...
  • Greg Hall's Virtue cider arrives

    Greg Hall's Virtue cider arrives
    Greg Hall is nothing if not a savvy businessman and even savvier tastemaker. In 23 years at Goose Island, the beer company his father founded, Hall's commitment to barrel aging and brewing classic Belgian styles with modern American twists, while...
  • Milwaukee mansion doors open wide

    Milwaukee mansion doors open wide
    MILWAUKEE — At the turn of the 20th century, Milwaukee was in its heyday. Its thriving breweries, tanneries and manufacturers provided good jobs, and its many tradespeople and craftsmen built quality housing. Some of the houses were more...