The global pandemic has created new barriers between the U.S. and its southern neighbor, complicating business for Baja California brewers with American ties.
In Alberta, thousands of grain growers attempt to absorb the impact of the economic downturn caused by COVID-19.
Despite feeling nostalgic about visiting bars and taprooms again, some beer fans remain wary of the risks.
Two of the city’s 10 breweries struggle to navigate the challenges posed by a global pandemic.
A total ban on alcohol sales is causing the country’s roughly 200 breweries to ask: How will we survive this?
The North American Guild of Beer Writers launches a new project to support journalists and artists.