Haberle Congress Brewing Co. is proud to reintroduce Congress Lager in cans to Central New York for the first time since 1962.
Craft beer industry news.
Hard seltzers continue to dominate the talk of the beer industry this summer, and rightfully so with market research firm Nielsen projecting the industry to reach $1 billion by the end of 2019. The seltzer trend has even begun to bleed into pop culture, with a comedian coining the phrase “ain’t no laws when you’re drinking Claws,” and seltzer taking away another occasion once owned by beer — country music — with singer-songwriter Mark Leach’s ode to White Claw, “Drinkin’ Claws.” The culmination of the so-called summer of seltzer — if it actually does prove seasonal — may come on September 14, with the “Fizz Fight” in Denver.
Just in time for the heat of the harvest season, Firestone Walker’s Barrelworks is set to unleash Bretta Blanc—an eccentric and effervescent wild ale made with white wine grapes from David Walker’s family vineyard.
The Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project will be releasing MO’AIPA on Friday, August 23, when the tasting room opens at 3 p.m. at 925 W 8th Ave. in Denver.
Kansas City beer drinkers can now enjoy Life Coach Lager on both sides of the state line as Kansas Territory Brewing Company expands distribution into the Kansas City – Kansas and Missouri markets.
Wild Leap is excited to announce the release of Rockweave Double IPA, brewed in commemoration of the Rockweave Music & Arts Festival taking place in LaGrange, Georgia October 4 – 5, 2019. Brewed with Centennial hops, this limited-edition double IPA will be available beginning August 19.
This Saturday, August 24 at both River North Brewery locations we will be releasing our Hop-A-Tronig Lupulositor. What is this beer, you ask?! It is a New England style double IPA featuring galaxy, mosaic and citra hops.
Monday Night Brewing is adding a new beer to its year-round lineup. Lundi is an elegant, soft, and exceedingly balanced India Pale Ale—the result of months of test batches, hop experiments, and sensory panels.
Great South Bay Brewery (GSB), a local Long Island brewery, has announced a major rebranding to reflect the company’s commitment to reduce their carbon footprint and establish a simple, consistent, can design.
Maui Brewing Company is rolling out a line of ready-to-drink canned cocktails and hard seltzers in hopes of offering a local alternative to products being shipped to Hawaii from the mainland, co-founder and CEO Garrett Marrero told Brewbound. The new lines, which will initially be sold only in Hawaii, offer Maui “an avenue for growth” as competition increases, he added.
At the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, Green Peak Innovations (GPI) CEO Jeff Radway announced that the Michigan medical cannabis leader has agreed to exclusively license the popular Short’s Brewery brand to produce a line of edibles and infused beverages.
The Bronx Brewery has hired veteran brewer Sonja Nelson as the newest member of its brew squad. Nelson, a N.J. native who last served as Head Brewer at Long Valley Pub & Restaurant, previously worked as the Assistant Brewer at Czig Meister Brewing.
Deftones and Belching Beaver Brewery are at it again. The award-winning craft brewery is joining forces with alternative-rock legends Deftones to produce the latest craft beer and music-inspired recipe–Dia de los Deftones Mexican-style Lager.
Port City Brewing Company announces the release of German Pilsner, the next brand in our lager series. The first pilsner was created in 1842, in Plzen, Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic.