The Beer Can House in Houston in 2011. It's estimated that more than 50,000 beer cans were used to cover the entire house. Bill Rand/Flickr hide caption

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For The Love Of Beer: How Empty Cans Made A House A Home

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Kyle Fronke inventories the wine in Kahn's Fine Wines and Spirits in Indianapolis last year. Only liquor stores in the state can sell cold beer, and on Sunday, practically all carry out alcohol sales are prohibited. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Guess Who's Fighting To Keep Indiana Dry On Sundays?

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Home brewing will become legal in all 50 U.S. states, if Alabama's governor signs a recently passed bill. In March, Mississippi approved a bill that will take effect this summer. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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The New York Yankees' "Craft Beer Destination" met with derision online, after fans noted the beers were all MillerCoors products — and one of them is a cider. The stand now has a new title, the "Beer Mixology Destination." Amanda Rykoff hide caption

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Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson samples his band's latest offering, Trooper ale, made with what he calls "our special secret-squirrel recipe." Iron Maiden Beer hide caption

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Home-brewing will become legal in Mississippi in July, if the governor signs a newly approved bill. Mississippi and Alabama are the last two states in which brewing beer at home is illegal or in a gray area. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Valley Malt, in Hadley, Mass., works with 25 farmers growing six different types of grain in the Northeast. Courtesy of Valley Malt hide caption

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Plaintiffs accuse Anheuser-Busch of misleading consumers about the alcohol content in Bud Light, Budweiser and other products. The brewer denies the claims. Gary C. Caskey/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Budweiser May Seem Watery, But It Tests At Full Strength, Lab Says

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A waiter carries beer mugs during the 2012 Oktoberfest in Munich. Johannes Simon/Getty Images hide caption

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Germans Are Drinking Less Beer These Days, But Why?

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Yeast affects several aspects of beer including the foam, or head, that forms on the of the glass. If fermentation is too vigorous, too many of the foam-stabilizing proteins may be lost. Cate Gillon/Getty Images hide caption

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Throwback Brewery co-owner Nicole Carrier and assistant brewer Chris Naro pour beer for customers at their North Hampton, N.H., taproom. Emily Corwin/NHPR hide caption

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New Hampshire Cuts Red Tape To Put Nanobreweries On Tap

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