It's too late for us, but hopefully our cautionary tale can save another drinker from the perils of craft beer. We once were happy with anything fizzy and alcoholic. But now, after sipping brews ranging from the vanilla-gloved hop punch of Oaked Arrogant Bastard to the spicy caramel mix of aged ale and fresh IPA that is Dogfish Head Burton Baton to the rich chocolate malt-thick Oskar Blues Ten FIDY stout, a watery light lager has little more appeal than a can of carbonated horse piss. Sure, it feels good to support American-owned businesses, but beers that aren't brewed mostly from rice and corn can be pricey. So... More >>>