D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc., America’s Oldest Brewery®, is celebrating International Women’s Day by supportingPink Boots Society, a nonprofit focused on encouraging and inspiring women beer professionals through education. Yuengling participated in Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day®, which provides an opportunity for chapter members and breweries to brew their chosen beer style and take part in International Women’s Day by raising money for educational scholarships and programming for women in the beer industry.
Today, Miller Lite is announcing the launch of the Miller Lite Level Up Fund, a $100,000 grant program that aims to provide financial support to uncelebrated communities in the gaming world. Coinciding with International Women’s Day on Monday, March 8, the Fund will raise awareness for the inspiring female streamers that deserve greater recognition and access to resources, compared to what their male counterparts receive.
Truly Hard Seltzer, a leader and innovator in the hard seltzer category, today announced the launch of Truly Extra Hard Seltzer, a delicious and refreshing hard seltzer that clocks in at 8% ABV, giving drinkers a little something extra.
Ska Street Brewstillery, the first Colorado business of its kind, will celebrate one year in business all month long with a beer collaboration and livestream concert with Kyle Hollingsworth, a custom snowboard giveaway, an anniversary beer named 1:11 Imperial Stout, and refreshed menus.
The Lost Abbey will be adding a new addition to its sour beer portfolio, Libri Divini Ale.
Cigar City Brewing (CCB), Florida’s premier craft brewery, has announced their schedule of events to take place during Tampa Bay Beer Week (TBBW). Starting Monday, March 8, at the brewery’s Spruce Street Taproom, CCB will create an outdoor biergarten, release new beers, host sampling events and tap rare and innovative beers each day.
Lone Pine Brewing Company this week will debut its new line of hard seltzers, Lone Pine Craft Seltzer, in mixed 12 packs. The mixed 12 pack will include four flavors: Raspberry Lime, Strawberry, Blueberry Lemon, and Watermelon Cucumber.
LYTT is introducing Guaraná to Hard Seltzer with its first flavor: Moroccan Mint Tea. The product is rolling out this week in 6-Packs, with a suggested retail price of $9.99.
Peak Organic Brewing Company has introduced two new additions to their Highball brand extension, Highball: Sparkling Hard Teas & Lemonades.
Arlington Capital Advisors, a leading consumer-focused investment bank, announces it has hired Ashish Seth as a Managing Director. Ashish joins Arlington’s Bill Kraus, John Goldasich and Vann Russell as leaders in the consumer sector where Ashish will be exclusively focused on driving forward the firm’s leadership position in the restaurant space.
Nine Pin Ciderworks, New York’s first farm cidery, releases a new flavor of cider as part of their limited release can series called Maple Apple Jack. The newest edition to the continuously growing line up of ciders was made possible by collaborating with three Hudson Valley businesses including Samascott Orchards from Kinderhook, Harvest Spirits Distillery from Valatie and Crown Maple from Dover Plains.
Beth Hatef, a regulatory attorney focused on alcohol regulation and distribution issues, has joined the nationwide Food + Beverage Group at Davis Wright Tremaine.
Pelican Brewing Company’s flock favorite, Kiwanda Cream Ale, turns 25 this year and Pelican wants to celebrate with its fellow 25-year old’s all year long with a grocery store rebate program and a free pint at one of their three coastal brewpubs.
Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest beer, The Subtle Blend Cherries, a native yeast ale refermented on multiple varietals of Skagit Valley cherries harvested from the Washington State University research orchards in Mount Vernon, and bottle conditioned with local fireweed honey.