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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Beer

Jared Rouben is bringing his famous truffle beer to his new bar, Chicago's Moody Tongue Tasting Room.

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Trendspotting

Craft breweries across the US are offering something new: superior food and beer pairings as ambitious as anything you'd find at a wine bar. Here's what to eat and drink at four great places.

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News Feed

New breweries, bars and beer festivals suggest a movement is brewing.

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Tasting Room

For this Sunday's game, beer is the fan favorite—but what about a glass of wine for a change?

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Beer

With Portland, Oregon, as their epicenter, America’s genius brewers are opening new tasting rooms, taprooms and massive beer gardens. Here, exciting updates in the craft-beer movement.

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Expert Lessons

Chef Stephanie Izard of Chicago’s Girl & the Goat is a grilling genius. Here, she gives a tutorial to her husband, a craft-beer expert—and he returns the favor with a pairing lesson.

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Drink This Now

It's important to remember that beer, when you come right down to it, only requires four ingredients: Water, a starch, yeast and hops. And if you ask F&W executive wine editor Ray Isle, the coolest of that quartet is the hops.

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Expert Guide

F&W's Kate Krader spotlights some of the country's best new breweries.

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Craft Beer

Here, three incredible new San Diego microbreweries including Ballast Point, which serves experimental beers and sausage rolls.

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Courtesy of Sierra Nevada

Courtesy of Sierra Nevada

There are now more than 180 craft breweries putting their brew into cans (out of about 875 total, not counting brewpubs). And that’s a fine thing. I mean, it may be 20 degrees outside, but you’ve still got to drink something at the beach, right? Here are 5 great canned craft beers. »

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