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SANTA CRUZ, California (Meredith) — You know not to drink and drive, but there's no rule against drinking and praying. At least, that's what a pastor from the Greater Purpose Community Church in Santa Cruz, California says.
The church has held services for five years in the area, but it recently moved into...
Pittsburgh’s beer-drinking identity is either the scruffy steel worker with drops of I.C. Light splattered across his ZZ Top beard, or the Cupertino-transplant tech wizard swilling an Imperial IPA through a not-plastic straw so as not to get froth on their salon-coifed mustache.
The truth, of course, lies somewhere in the middle, and includes a group often erased from that beer-chugging identity: African Americans.
A decade ago, Anheuser-Busch made no beer that could legitimately be called “craft.”
The nation’s largest beer company dabbled at the edges of the burgeoning craft beer movement, but its backbone remained the brands to which craft beer was largely a reaction Bud and Bud Light, Natural Light and Michelob Ultra, and whatever odd innovations might tempt a new generation of consumers, be it Lime-a-Rita or Tequiza.
Craft beer is the new fine wine, with everyone thinking about hops terroir and eager to try the local IPA wherever they travel. Now savvy hotels are getting in on the act, brewing their own custom small-batch beers on site. Here are eight places to raise a glass.
Beer maker Heineken has a message for an alleged drunk driver who slammed into its offices in Amsterdam.
The company erected a sign with a steering wheel in front of a tall Heineken that reads "when you drive, never drink." It's posted at the exact spot where the driver crashed into the beer maker's Dutch headquarters.
Amsterdam police said over Facebook the 22-year-old driver was immediately arrested and...
A Danish brewery is taking recycled beer seriously.
Copenhagen craftbrewer Norrebro Bryghus is putting out "Pisner," a beer made with human urine. The urine doesn't actually go into the beer. Instead, the waste from urinals at a huge music festival were used to fertilize the barley that goes into making the beer.
The company CEO says its part of the brewery's effort to make everything organic. The first batch of...