Erin Cabrey

Erin Cabrey

Reporter, NOSH

Erin is a reporter for NOSH. She is a graduate of Fordham University with a BA in Journalism.

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Anheuser-Busch Backed EverGrain Gives Spent Grain a Second Life

Anheuser-Busch Backed EverGrain Gives Spent Grain a Second Life

The brewing industry produces 9 million metric tons of spent grain annually, and rather than discard it, Anheuser-Busch InBev-backed ingredient supplier EverGrain is giving the nutrient-rich brewing byproduct a second chance as a food and beverage ingredient.

Pyramid Brewing Closes Seattle Taproom After Over 30 Years; KettleHouse and Destihl Also Shutter Locations

Pyramid Brewing Closes Seattle Taproom After Over 30 Years; KettleHouse and Destihl Also Shutter Locations

After more than 30 years in business, Pyramid Brewing Co. parent company FIFCO USA announced last week that it will permanently close Pyramid Alehouse in Seattle, Washington. Missoula, Montana-based brewery KettleHouse Brewing Co has closed its Northside Taproom, it announced in a press release last week. Destihl Brewery has closed its Champaign, Illinois restaurant and brewpub location, the brewery announced on its website.

Maker of Two Roots Brewing Co. to Acquire Michigan’s Rochester Mills Production Brewery

Maker of Two Roots Brewing Co. to Acquire Michigan’s Rochester Mills Production Brewery

Lighthouse Strategies’ long-rumored Great Lakes craft brewery acquisition finally became reality today. The maker of the Cannabiniers and Two Roots lines of cannabis-infused, non-alcoholic and alcoholic craft beers, announced today that it has reached a deal for Auburn Hills, Michigan-based Rochester Mills Production Brewery.

Last Call: Hops & Vines Sells to Ambiente Wine Parent Company

Last Call: Hops & Vines Sells to Ambiente Wine Parent Company

In this week’s Last Call: Hops & Vines Sells to Ambiente Wine Parent Company; Braxton’s VIVE Named Hard Seltzer of NFL’s Bengals; North Carolina Governor Signs Law to Allow Pets in Breweries; Anheuser-Busch Announces Post Malone Bud Light Cans and ‘Busch Latte’ Packaging

Beer Industry Raises Among the Highest in CPG, According to Recruiting Firm’s Survey

Beer Industry Raises Among the Highest in CPG, According to Recruiting Firm’s Survey

Average annual raises in the beer industry rank among the highest in the consumer product goods industry, according to recruiting firm ForceBrands’ latest “Beer Talent Market Report.” The New York-based firm’s survey of 111 beer industry professionals — including C-level executives, directors and presidents– found that the beer industry’s average annual raise of 12 percent outpaces the CPG industry average by 2 percent.