Food & Drink


What a Next Big Merger Means for U.S. Beer

8:30 am, July 15, 2014

Surely our taste for Guinness stout, Red Stripe lager, Smithwick's Ale and Harp lager makes a difference if Diageo merge with SABMiller?


The Top 10 Foodie Cities in America

10:31 am, July 11, 2014

Here's where the most epicurean of Americans dwell.


The Paleo Diet: A First-Hand Account

3:00 pm, July 10, 2014

The life and struggles of a 20-something girl eating a caveman-like diet on a budget.


Less Fertile Roosters Mean Higher Chicken Prices

1:25 pm, July 10, 2014

Beef and pork prices have already spiked, and now a rooster fertility crisis is tightening poultry supplies.


Monthly Beer Mailbag: A Season of Collaboration, Cider Gets Spiced

8:30 am, July 10, 2014

The summer beer season will be over by the end of July, but limited edition seasonal offering and collaborations will stay around until then.

fast food

Worst Fast Food in America

10:45 am, July 03, 2014

Care to guess the chain said to have the worst-tasting burger?


Here Are the World's 10 Top-Selling Beer Brands

8:30 am, June 30, 2014

Anheuser-Busch InBev accounts for about half the world's top brands, but some of the best sellers are beyond the reach of multinational brewers.


Here's Why Beer Label Fine Print Doesn't List Ingredients

8:30 am, June 26, 2014

Brewers submit lists of ingredients to regulators all the time. It's Washington that's keeping beer labels vague.


More and More, Craft Beer Looks Like Lager

8:30 am, June 19, 2014

Craft beer brewers are making the lager enjoyed by nearly 75% of the U.S., and the numbers are only growing.


Monthly Beer Mailbag: A Gordon Biersch Birthday, SweetWater Turns Pils Pusher

8:30 am, June 12, 2014

While Gordon Biersch and BridgePort continue their anniversary parties, Redhook and SweetWater look toward a simpler craft beer future.

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