Lúpulo Fresco, a Grapefruit Fresh Hop Ale by Payette Brewing and Cervecería Albur, to be released this November.
Craft beer industry news.
In November, Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. will release its popular Bourbon Barrel Aged Winter Warmer (BBAWW), aged 100 percent in Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey barrels for the first time.
Like the hurricane it’s named after, Irma IPA is a one-time event. It’s a classic IPA described by Brewmaster Arne Johnson as, “wet as they come and full of tropical flavors.” Johnson says his Irma IPA is also a bit unpredictable and packs a wallop (7.0% ABV).
Great Plains Industries® (GPI) announced the release of a FLOMEC QSI Interface Board today. The QSI is a multi-functional interface unit designed to enhance product functionality and provide fully-featured communication protocols and process output signals for FLOMEC meters, as well as other flowmeter brands.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Denver brewery De Steeg is sold; Wit’s End announces plans to share Strange Craft Beer space; Anchor, Goose Island, Yards announce tasting room openings; and more.
In my opinion, these five beers have the potential to bring new drinkers into the category, something that is so desperately needed now that brewing companies have collectively lost 11 billion servings of beer to wine and spirits over the last 20 years.
This November, Yards Brewing Company will open Yards Brewery and Taproom at 500 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia’s beer-savvy Northern Liberties neighborhood.
he National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is proud to announce its Board of Directors officers for the 2017-2018 term. Jim Matesich, president, and CEO of Matesich Distributing Co. in Newark, Ohio, has been appointed as chairman of the Board. He assumed the position and its responsibilities during NBWA’s 80th Annual Convention and Trade Show held Oct. 8-11 in Las Vegas, Nev.
North Carolina-based Thirsty Monk Brewery & Pub announced plans Thursday to open satellite breweries and taprooms in two prominent craft beer markets: Denver, Colorado, and Portland, Oregon.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is excited to announce that Pennsylvania Tuxedo will begin hitting taps and cooler shelves beginning October 20, 2017.
This year’s release of Nightmare Fuel and Barrel-Aged Nightmare Fuel imperial coffee stouts takes place during the brewery’s taproom Halloween Party, this Saturday, October 21st!
Catawba Brewing releases a Small Batch Cantaloupe Farmhouse Ale (6.6 percent ABV) on Thursday, October 19. This Belgian-style golden ale was conditioned on 60 pounds of locally-grown cantaloupes. Mixed culture fermentation complements the ripe fruit flavor with deliciously complex notes of spice and subtle farmhouse funk.
Coronado Brewing Company is releasing the next beer in its much-anticipated barrel-aged series. Black Forest Cake Imperial Stout is part of the company’s Coronado Collection; “We redesigned this series earlier this year, and we’re excited for fans to try this next batch;” says Mark Theisen, Head Brewer, Coronado Brewing Company. “People loved our German Chocolate Cake release, so we thought it would be fun to take a Black Forest Cake and translate that into barrels.”
A majority of U.S. senate members now support legislation that would reduce excise taxes on all brewers and importers. According to a press release jointly produced by six beverage lobbying groups, including the Beer Institute and the Brewers Association, 51 senators have co-sponsored Senate Bill 236, known as the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA).