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Gordon Biersch Pours Rauchbier For Limited Time

After claiming a gold medal win at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival® (GABF), Gordon Biersch is thrilled to announce today, it is now offering Rauchbier and a menu of perfectly paired entrees, for a limited time at participating restaurants across the country. The limited-time offer comes on the heels of the launch of a new selection of craft beers made by seasoned brewers for those guests interested in trying new styles and flavor combinations.

Two Beers Releases New Seasonal Cold Brew Coffee Brown Ale

Committed to crafting beers true to the Pacific Northwest, Two Beers Brewing Co. is excited to announce the release of its newest seasonal can: Cold Brew Coffee Brown Ale. A chocolaty brown ale infused with locally roasted beans from SoDo-neighbor Fulcrum Coffee, this Seattle-inspired beer makes the perfect brunch companion, subtly sweet with a cold brew kick.

Oklahoma Lawmakers Propose Changes to Beer Industry

Oklahoma Lawmakers Propose Changes to Beer Industry

Oklahoma lawmakers are pushing to reform the state’s beer landscape behind three separate bills that would dramatically change how the industry is both taxed and regulated. Industry stakeholders have mixed feelings about the bills, however. The three bills, which would raise excise taxes on in-state beer producers and change how beer is sold in Oklahoma, are currently in their second round of House and Senate committee hearings.

18th Street Brewery Begins Construction on New Facility

A massive vault originally built to store fur coats in the 1950s is being transformed into a brewing operation as part of an expansion plan by 18thStreet Brewery – one that will double its production capacity, create new jobs and serve as a catalyst for business in the beachfront community they call home.

Shock Top Lemon Shandy Returns

Enough is enough. This winter has been brutal for millions of Americans: subzero temperatures, record levels of snow and a groundhog that seems to see his shadow every year. Everywhere you look is a bleak, cold reminder summer is still months away. Or is it?