Eugene, Oregon-based Ninkasi Brewing Company has instituted “organizational and operational changes” over the last month that has led to cuts within its field sales, hospitality and management teams, Ninkasi Brewing CEO Nigel Francisco confirmed to Brewbound.
2021 will mark a “big bet” year for Golden Road within Anheuser-Busch. The world’s largest beer company via its craft business unit, the Brewers Collective, will increase its investment in the Los Angeles-based craft brewery that it acquired in 2015 by seven times in 2021.
Lou Romano, who had served as president of Flying Fish Brewing for the last three years, is exiting the Somerdale, New Jersey-based craft brewery; Sierra Nevada has appointed Kyle Ingram as its brand director; and more job changes in the beer industry.
Grand Rapids, Michigan-headquartered Founders Brewing Company laid off 89 retail workers at its taprooms in Detroit and Grand Rapids, effective November 18, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) filed that same day with Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, Workforce Development.
Elysian Brewing will try to rocket flagship Space Dust IPA to another stratosphere in 2021. The Anheuser-Busch InBev-owned, Seattle-headquartered craft brewery’s goal is to make fast-growing Space Dust the nation’s top selling IPA.
Goose Island is getting into the lemonade flavor game — but not with a hard seltzer. The Anheuser-Busch InBev-owned, Chicago-headquartered craft brewery will release a line extension of its flagship 312 Urban Wheat Ale this coming spring, with 312 Lemonade Shandy.
The National Restaurant Association is pushing back against further restrictions being imposed on restaurants and bars by state governors as they attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19.
An early morning fire Wednesday at San Diego-based South Park Brewing Company and Hamilton’s Tavern caused around $1 million in damage to the businesses; Tulsa-based Osage Casinos is cutting ties with Allen, Texas-based Nine Band Brewing Company after the brewery’s founder was arrested on homicide and federal fraud charges; and more news items.
The leader of the nation’s largest state organization representing craft brewers is retiring. Tom McCormick, the executive director of the California Craft Brewers Association (CCBA), announced today his retirement from the organization.
Anxious viewers of election coverage on CNN or Fox Business last week might have seen a commercial encouraging them to join its “Saucy Posse” and become an investor in Cleveland, Ohio-headquartered Saucy Brew Works.
Just weeks after launching a zero alcohol version of Guinness in Great Britain, Diageo is recalling the product due to a microbiological contamination that the company says makes “some cans of Guinness 0.0 unsafe to consume.”
Mark Anthony Brands — the maker of White Claw and Mike’s Hard Lemonade — plans to build a $400 million production facility in Columbia, South Carolina, according to a press release posted on Tuesday to South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster’s website.
Anheuser-Busch InBev today announced a reorganization of its sales, marketing and distribution structure in the United States.
We have a trade. The Reyes Beer Division today announced an agreement to swap brands in Virginia with Sheehan Family subsidiary Specialty Beverage of Virginia.