Birmingham, Alabama-based Good People Brewing Company has acquired Avondale Brewing Company’s brewing equipment and assets.
Several brewing companies are stepping up in support of those affected by the Northern California wildfires that have burned down more than 3,500 homes and buildings and killed at least 31 people.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Apocalypse Now … a Trademark Dispute; Speakeasy and Modern Times issue tasting room updates; Modelo Especial becomes the official beer sponsor of the UFC; Dogfish Head gets extreme; and more.
The Brewers Association’s annual Great American Beer Festival drew an estimated 60,000 attendees to the Colorado Convention Center last week, and Brewbound hit the show floor to savor some brews and take in all of the spectacles that the GABF had to offer. Here’s what stood out.
Less than three months after MillerCoors CEO Gavin Hattersley implored beer executives to come together and fight back against the continued pressure from wine and spirits companies, two more beer CEOs have joined the conversation and are echoing his thoughts.
Portland, Oregon’s Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider announced plans last week to move its operations into a 21,000 sq. ft. building that will allow the company to double its capacity and meet growing demand for its products.
Massachusetts beer wholesaler Craft Beer Guild Thursday announced that it would appeal a judge’s order from earlier this week that upheld a $2.6 million fine for breaking state laws prohibiting unfair trade practices and illegal “pay-to-play” activities.
Constellation Brands announced its second quarter fiscal 2018 earnings Thursday morning, which were highlighted by a 12.8 percent increase in net sales over the same three-month period the year before.
A Massachusetts judge has rejected Craft Beer Guild LLC’s attempt to appeal a $2.6 million fine levied against the beer wholesaler for violating laws that prohibit unfair trade practices and illegal “pay-to-play” activities.
10-Year old Mission Brewery is on the hunt for capital, and, in an effort to stay in business for another 24 months, the company has turned to the everyday craft beer drinker for help.
In this edition of Press Clips: Mikkeller takes up space in Queens; Surly searches for a COO; NBWA releases statement on Las Vegas tragedy; and more.
New Holland Brewing announced last week that it would begin shipping beer to a network of wholesalers in Florida, Maine and New Hampshire while also expanding its coverage in upstate New York as part of a sales and distribution partnership inked last year with Pabst Brewing Company.
A growing number of beer companies are turning to digital rebate programs to boost volume sales and gain consumer insights as competition for off-premise business intensifies amongst breweries. The most well-known smartphone-enabled rebate program for alcoholic beverage manufacturers is run by Colorado-headquartered Ibotta, Inc.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: ZX Ventures acquires Australian craft brewery 4 Pines; the TTB launches another pay-to-play investigation; Amazon expands alcoholic beverage delivery; and more news from the week.