The brewer combines the India pale ale-style of craft beer with the shandy to create a new drink.
Traveler Beer Co. unveiled Traveler IPA Shandy, what it calls "the world's first ever heavily hopped shandy."
More than five years after it set out to reduce waste at its breweries, MillerCoors said its breweries do not use landfills.
Research shows many commercial hot drinks contain more than 20 teaspoons of sugar per serving, according to Action on Sugar.
The middle is an increasingly tough place to be in the beer business, so two of craft beer's best-known mid-sized breweries are joining forces.
More drinkers are choosing craft beer.
Stephen Powers, UBS analyst, breaks down PepsiCo's quarterly results and weighs in on Pepsi's "right" to buy a deal. Also Powers explains why there is no need for the company to split up.
Low oil prices are hurting beer sales in some countries but the chief executive of Heineken told CNBC that its key brand has "miles to grow."
The molten chocolate will be offered through Valentine’s Day.
Stephen Powers, UBS analyst, breaks down Coca-Cola's quarterly numbers and shares his thoughts on growing the brand abroad.
PepsiCo is sponsoring the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Seth Kaufman, PepsiCo chief marketing officer, and Ram Krishnan, Frito-Lay chief marketing officer, discuss the exciting opportunity for the company's brands, and rumors about Bruno Mars in the show.
Sake lovers in Japan can now try out the new white chocolate KitKat bars featuring sake powder.
Molson Coors is selling stock and plans to issue more debt amid consolidation among beer brands.
Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola chairman & CEO, comments on the changing emerging market landscape, commodities prices and the changing taste of consumers.
More Britons are turning to the full-bodied taste of bitter and ale, according to new research from Mintel.
The Seattle -based coffee chain shrugs off a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
A Kentucky sheriff says prized bottles of Pappy Van Winkle bourbon might end up being destroyed rather than auctioned.
Some of the country's universities are now offering online programs on the business of craft beer.
Dolphins and beer gave the country a huge boost.
The tallies are based on the number of units sold per thousand of all Starbucks menu items.