Pumpkin season is upon us! On Thursday, August 6, Dry Dock Brewing Company will release its famed Imperial Pumpkin Ale at Canoe Room at North Dock at 2pm.
Craft beer industry news.
Jim Koch, founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company, told the Wall Street Journal that he would “likely be the last American owner” of the brewery that produces the iconic Samuel Adams lineup.
Staring at IRI’s latest spreadsheet isn’t exactly the most exhilarating way to spend a Thursday afternoon, but it can reveal some pretty interesting nuggets. Take this one, about Not Your Father’s Root Beer (NYFRB): The brand that everyone seems to be talking about, nonstop, is now the 11th best-selling “craft” product in IRI’s multi-outlet and convenience store (MULC) universe (which includes grocery, drug, Wal-Mart, club, dollar, mass-merchandiser and military stores).
Deschutes Brewery has named Veronica Vega, who started her career with the company in 2006 as a tour guide, its new brewmaster. In the position, Vega will head up the brewery’s research and development initiatives, alongside fellow brewmaster Brian Faivre, who leads Deschutes’ technical brewing operations, the company said.
Perrin Brewing Company has installed a Cask Brewing Systems canning line. Heavy hitters from Cask Brewing Systems (Mike Symcox) and Mumm Products (Mike Burns) came out to Perrin to personally oversee the installation of the canning line.
When your brewery has experienced double-digit growth for the last 17 consecutive years, you’re bound to field a few offers. So it should come as no surprise, then, that the world’s largest brewery recently tried to arrange a formal sit down with one of craft’s most revered “indie” brewery owners: Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione.
As Night Shift Brewing continues to carve out its own niche in the Greater Boston craft beer scene, the brewery is spending much of its fourth year in operation expanding capacity and beautifying its facility.
David Logsdon, a lifelong beer industry entrepreneur and the founder of Oregon’s Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, has agreed to sell a significant stake in his brewery to three new partners, Brewbound has learned. Reached by phone, Logsdon said that he and the company’s five additional partners have verbally agreed to a deal that would reshape the company’s current ownership structure.
Boston Beer Company today reported second quarter net revenues of $252.2 million, indicative of a 9 percent increase over the same time period last year. Depletions grew as well, up 6 percent and 7 percent from comparable 13- and 26-week periods in 2014.
We are pleased to introduce Jester King Bière de Syrah — a barrel-aged sour beer refermented with Syrah grapes. Bière de Syrah consists of a blend of beer fermented in oak barrels for nine to twelve months with our mixed culture of brewers yeast and native yeast and bacteria harvested from the air and wildflowers around our brewery.
This Friday, July 31, Cape May Brewing Company will release its newest beer, a rich Imperial Stout called Concrete Ship that weighs in at 9.3%.
Andrews Distributing is excited to announce a new partnership with Coney Island Brewing Company. Andrews is scheduled to begin distributing Coney Island’s Hard Root Beer in Dallas-Fort Worth and Corpus Christi in August.
With craft beer shelves dominated by IPAs, some consumers are looking for something different. That’s why Sudwerk Brewing Co. created Rye of the Lager, an IPL it calls “a needle in the shelf stack.
New Belgium Brewing has received high praise for its digital team, which L2’s Beer Digital IQ Index® names “genius”.