Beer of the Week
There are a lot of craft beers out there with some downright crazy names. But, no matter what you call it, the name has nothing to do with the most important thing: the taste.
A creamy, smooth brew to compliment your fish on the grill.
Imagine what you get when you take a class hop bomb and add even more hops!
A comfy chair, a good book and a glass of this rare brew is a little bit of paradise.
Looking for beer magic? If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!
When you say "Hershey, Pennsylvania," many folks think of chocolate bars. However, for beer lovers, it may be a different treat comes to mind: the beers of Troegs Brewing Company.
Looking for something unique to chill that hot summer's day? Your train just pulled into the station.
Your taste buds will be happy to learn the sale of this well-known craft brewery hasn't changed anything.
WTOP's Brennan Haselton reports on this year's event at the National Building Museum.
This beer is a cross-country collaboration brew with a unique ingredient that might surprise you.
In the case of Southern Hemisphere Harvest Ale, its name gives you hint about the origins of its ingredients.
When an Imperial IPA arrives with a name that translates to "The Golden One," you've got to try it, right?!
Three great breweries coming together to make one single beer. WTOP's Brennan Haselton finds out whether it works.
If you pour a beer into a glass and the head immediately disappears, you might think it's flat and dump it out. But hold on just a moment if it's this brew from the Tampa-area.
This week's beer is one from a small brewer in Alaska.
What does an airline pilot from Norway do after visiting the U.S. and falling in love with craft beer? He starts making it.
Remember when beer was just beer? Nowadays they throw everything but the kitchen sink in and some of it's very good. What if you could infuse beer yourself, at home?