Due to a male-dominated industry today, most people attribute the brewing of beers to men, but dig a little deeper and history tells a very different story…
Congratulations to the new board of the Craft Beer Association of Hong Kong (2018). Looking forward to seeing the accomplishments of this 7-strong team. Cheers!
For the upcoming World’s Best Craft Beers Explained By The World’s Best Beer Sommelier events on January 23 and January 24, check out our handy guide to the 10 brews being served.
Deck the halls with ales and lagers! Here by popular demand, we’ve compiled a list of hoppy, malty gift ideas for your beer-loving friends.
Read the Craft & Crew (HK Yau) response to the Yardley Brothers opinion piece.
Yardley Brothers share their thoughts on corporate beer trying to horn in on the Hong Kong craft beer scene.
The trickle-down of long-term misogyny from big beer brands to the craft beer world remains unwantedly prevalent, and it continues to rear its ugly head from time to time. Overcoming this “bro” culture of beer is a long, involved process and thankfully, the vast majority of people in the industry are all about that.
From two men and a dog in 2007 to a globally renowned craft beer brand and an employer of 750 people today – not to mention its crowdfunding army of 50,000 “Equity Punks” – Scotland-based brewery BrewDog has always marched to the beat of its own drum.
Outspoken and a major figure of the craft beer movement, Greg Koch co-founded Stone Brewing in 1996 in San Marcos, California, just north of San Diego. Refusing to compromise on taste like so many others did, Stone pioneered the West Coast-style IPA and has consistently brewed in-your-face beers.
We sat down with Michele and Laszlo Raphaël in their brand-new Kwun Tong brewery to talk craft, culture and their newest chapter.