Brew Hub Selects St. Louis for Next Brewery


Just days after Brew Hub officially opened the doors to its Lakeland, Fla. facility, the “partner brewing” venture today announced its next location: St. Louis, Mo. The company plans to begin construction on a $20 million, 200,000-barrel craft brewery in Chesterfield, Mo. later this year.

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Brew Hub Officially Opens Lakeland Brewing Facility

ST. LOUIS – Brew Hub, a company led by a team of beer industry executives and craft-brewing experts, has opened its first brewery in Lakeland, Florida. The 50,000 square-foot brewery is the first of a network of five new, state-of-the-art craft breweries the company is planning to build that will offer craft brewers the opportunity to partner brew their beers on site.

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Anchor Brewing Announces Release of BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red

San Francisco, CA – Today, Anchor Brewing announces the release of their annual fall brew, BigLeaf Maple Autumn Red. “When we released the beer for the first time last year I was thrilled to see such a positive reaction from Anchor fans,” said Mark Carpenter, Brewmaster at Anchor Brewing. “While I always hate to see summer go, I still happily welcome the transition to fall with this red ale—a perfect autumn brew. The beer’s unique blend of hops, specialty malts and hint of maple syrup makes it a fall classic unlike any other red ale [...]

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Everything’s Bigger in Texas: Austin Beerworks Releases 99-Pack


In an effort to help re-launch its sessionable year-round offering Peacemaker Extra Pale as “Peacemaker Anytime Ale,” the Texas-based craft brewery today rolled out an enormous, Texas-sized 99-pack of the 5 percent ABV golden ale. Packaged in cardboard, the multi-pack is seven feet long, weighs 82 lbs., and sells for $99 at Austin package stores.

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Oskar Blues Ordeal Returns During 2014 GABF

LONGMONT, CO – The fourth annual Oskar Blues GABF Ordeal consists of three days of bus rides (Denver pick-up) that offer GABF-ers and craft beer lovers the chance to go backstage at ALL Oskar Blues locations during Great American Beer Festival week.

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$1.9 Million and Counting: How Stone Brewed Up the Largest Brewery Crowdfunding Campaign Ever

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If there’s one skill that Stone Brewing co-founder Greg Koch has mastered, it’s the ability to grab headlines. So last month, when Stone unveiled plans to construct its new $25 million brewery in Berlin, it wasn’t all that surprising that Koch would kick off the ceremonial announcement by getting behind the controls of a forklift and dropping a giant boulder on a pile of “industrial” beers from around the world. But that wasn’t the stunt that earned Stone the attention.

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No-Li Celebrates Small, Hands-On Culture at Small Batch Festival

Spokane, WA… No-Li Brewhouse continues to champion their small, hands-on culture by hosting “12: Small Batch Festival” at their brewery in Spokane, WA on August 23, 2014 from noon-4 PM. 

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Summit Releases Unchained Series 16: Herkulean Woods

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Summit Brewing Company today announces the release of Herkulean Woods, a lager brewed with maple syrup and spruce tips and the 16th beer in the limited release Unchained Series. It will be available on draught and in 6-pack bottles the week of August 18.

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SweetWater Debuts New Glass Bottles


Five months after SweetWater Brewing began canning its beer, the Atlanta-based craft brewery is once again augmenting its packaging lineup. Beginning this week, Sweetwater will ship newly designed glass bottles, now embossed with the company’s logo and tagline, to its wholesalers.

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Brew Hub Grand Opening Set for September


It’s been nearly 18 months in the making, but Brew Hub is finally ready to open the doors to its Lakeland, Fla. brewery. The company has installed a 100-barrel brewhouse and is now taking its brewing and fermentation equipment for a test drive, Schoen told Brewbound.

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Brew Talks San Diego: Building Relationships Across Tiers

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To close out the Brew Talks West Coast Tour last week, a panel of publicans in the San Diego area discussed the myriad challenges of building relationships with both brewing partners and customers. Sitting on the panel held at Stone Brewing Co.’s Liberty Station restaurant was Scott Slater, founder of Slater’s 50/50, Scot Blair, founder of Hamilton’s Tavern, and Tom Nickel, owner of O’Brien’s Pub.

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Video: Lost Abbey Partner Sounds Off on Industry Issues


During the final stop of last week’s Brew Talks West Coast Tour, Brewbound had the opportunity to examine a variety of beer industry trends with Lost Abbey partner Tomme Arthur. Among other top-of-mind issues, Arthur tackled quality concerns, rotating tap handles, and franchise laws.

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