Restaurant Beer and Craft Beer Bars

Craft beer is all the rage, but for most restaurants any beer is a money maker. FSR Beer Editor Ken Weaver writes about the latest trends for in-house breweries, new beers, beer cocktails, food-and-beer pairings, and restaurant cicerones.


Showtime 2016!

A preview of the National Restaurant Association Show, loaded with educational sessions, special events, and a dynamic BAR scene.

Spirits’ Share of Alcohol Gains Continues

On-premise traffic declined 4.2 percent year-over-year during the four-week period ending April 17, continuing the weak performance seen during the previous four weeks.

With New Strategy in Place, Bottleneck Management Looks Ahead to Bright Future

During a conversation with FSR in July, Bottleneck Management CEO Chris Bisaillon revealed big plans for his growing restaurant group.

RAMMYS Beer Program of the Year Finalists Shine in May

Finalists for the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) 2016 RAMMY Award for Beer Program of the Year have exciting special events and promotions planned for May 2 through May 6.

Flights in Focus

An exciting beer list can entice customers willing to experiment with new flavors and food pairings.

Umstead Hotel and Spa Celebrates North Carolina Beer Month

Commemorating the fourth annual “North Carolina Beer Month,” The Umstead Hotel and Spa has planned two April events inspired by state-made brews.

Blackberry Farm Brewery Expands to 38 States

The Blackberry Farm Brewery has recently expanded to offer beers in 38 states and the District of Columbia with planned expansion to continue in 2016.

Small and Independent Brewers Continue to Grow Double Digits

The Brewers Association (BA), the trade association representing small and independent American craft brewers, released 2015 data on U.S. craft brewing growth.

Deschutes Brewery Chooses Roanoke, Virginia for Second Home

Deschutes Brewery announced its much-anticipated decision on an East Coast location at an event in downtown Roanoke, Virginia.