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All-wheel drive and de-icers don't trump a good set of snow tires when you're facing the worst winter weather, but those features don't hurt.
When you can't reload them, can't replace them when lost or stolen and can't redeem them everywhere, gift cards are a headache.
All gift cards are not created equal, which makes flexible and functional cards from Costco, Amazon, Starbucks, Home Depot and elsewhere such great holiday treats.
Brewers flipped the switch from fall to winter beers on Nov. 1, but there are plenty of hoppy and light late-summer beers mixing with darker brews.
It seems fairly simple, but as Amazon and UPS made clear last year, there's nothing simple about getting holiday gifts delivered on time or intact.
Beer companies that failed during the beer industry's rough stretches are getting a second chance during the ongoing U.S. brewery boom.
As big beer brewers and their smaller subsidiaries squeeze into craft beer spaces, they increasingly have to get the little things such as fresh hop beer right.
The median household income in the U.S. hit roughly $52,000 last year, well below pre-recession 2007 levels.