Prost! Grab a cold one and get the history behind Munich’s annual extravaganza.
Shards of Egyptian-style ceramic vessels used to brew beer some 5,000 years ago have been discovered buried under a construction site in the heart of Tel Aviv.
Before patriot firebrand Samuel Adams successfully brewed revolution with the Sons of Liberty, he failed in the beer business.
On October 17, 1814, a brewery accident unleashed a deadly tidal wave of beer through a London neighborhood in one of history’s strangest disasters.
Beer--it’s the chosen beverage of English kings, Egyptian stonemasons and Homer Simpson. And it has a long and celebrated history going back to 3400 B.C.
The earliest farmers planted grains in order to brew beer for politically expedient feasts, according to a new study.
Geologists are investigating whether tainted drinking water killed most of Jamestown’s colonists during the “starving time” of 1609-1610.
Lager was born when a South American yeast species arrived in Bavaria in the 15th century, says a new study.
Finnish researchers hope to crack the recipe of 200-year-old beer found in a Baltic shipwreck and recreate it for today's drinkers.