A sampling or articles about beer, breweries, brewers. 

How a Brewery from the 1890s Became the Heart of San Antonio

Best known for its River Walk and The Alamo, San Antonio hasn’t exactly been at the top of most people’s travel bucket lists. If you live out of state, chances are the only reason you visited was because a convention brought you there. But all of that is changing. The 300-year-old city (yes, it’s the same age as New Orleans) is evolving into a vibrant cultural destination celebrated for its culinary boldness, not just its historic missions.

Stone Brewing and More: Best Napa Breweries to Visit Right Now

Stone Brewing, Napa: Not convinced that Napa Valley can be a craft beer destination? Famed Stone Brewing from San Diego sealed the deal when they opened up an outpost in 2018 on the Napa River. One of the 10 largest craft breweries in the United States, Stone aptly retrofitted a historic, 141-year-old stone building that had sat vacant for 15 years. 930 3rd St., Napa, 707-252-2337. (Courtesy photo) The 10,000 sq. ft., industrial space has two floors, outdoor patio, and views of the river. The b

Sip Your Way Through Napa's First Beer Trail in February

Napa’s craft beer scene has grown significantly over the last couple of years. From Stone Brewing’s opening in 2018 to first-of-a-kind winery-brewery fusion St. Clair Brown, beer venues have been popping up at a rapid rate amid the vines. Now, to take it up yet another notch, local brewers have joined forces to form the city’s first official beer trail: on February 9th from 12-8 p.m., the first annual Napa Beer Mile event will send beer-lovers on a tour de hops through the downtown area. As th