In today’s edition of Press Clips: The New Jersey attorney general calls the Hunterdon fine the ‘largest ever imposed’ in the state; Ballast Point opens its Virginia tasting room; Kevin Durant cracks open a few Bud Lights; and more.
In September we at Against the Grain decided after years of poking fun at our good friends up north it was time for a handshake and a beer. Together we made our version of a fest bier. It’s malty, but hopped up, to add a bright and floral character to. We let Three Floyds name this one, “Too Dumb to be Evil,” but let it be known that they are evil and we are not.
Three Floyds releases Corn King IPA, only available at release parties around Indiana in October. The beer will not be sold in stores or at 3 Floyds.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has signed into law a bill that triples the production cap on beer that breweries are allowed to sell within the state while preserving other retail and self-distribution privileges.
Traveler Beer, the three-year-old shandy/fruit beer line operated by Boston Beer’s Alchemy & Science subsidiary, debuted its first national ad this week, a 30-second spot dubbed “The Road to Refreshment.” Starring Traveler president Alan Newman (and his yellow spectacles), the ad coincides with the national launch of the brand, which Boston Beer president and CEO Martin Roper detailed earlier this year during a fourth quarter earnings call. “I’ve been fired by every company I’ve ever worked for,” says Newman at the start of the ad. “The only things I was ever good at were traveling and beer.”
On the 10/04/15, two internationally recognized breweries are combining to open the best brewpub in the world. They are naming it WarPigs. American brewery 3 Floyds and Mikkeller from Denmark have created a love-child that serves you the best authentic Texas barbecue, American-Danish style craft beer and a completely new approach to a beer-lovers membership club.
Launched by Indianapolis’ Sun King Brewing and Munster-based 3 Floyds Brewing, the Support Indiana Brewers campaign seeks to at least double the state’s production cap of 30,000 barrels annually for brewers that also operate in the wholesale and retail tiers. While breweries can produce an unlimited amount of beer for sale within Indiana, under current law, once a brewery surpasses 30,000 barrels it forfeits the right to self-distribute and operate a taproom.
Ft. Collins, Colo., — 3 Floyds, a small brewery in Munster, Ind. with a big reputation, and New Belgium Brewing, the third largest craft brewer in the U.S., have partnered to create Gr├ñtzer.
Here comes Ol’ Leghorn, a swaggering rooster of a beer made by Nick Floyd of 3 Floyds Brewing Co. and Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker Brewing Company, old friends of nearly 20 years who both cut their brewing teeth in the mid 1990s Chicago craft beer scene.
The only thing worse than running into one zombie would be crossing paths with 100,000 of them. Unless, of course, we’re talking about the undead that adorn the labels of Three Floyds’ revered pale ale, Zombie Dust. Beer lovers would probably like to see more of those around.
Craft beer drinkers are a devoted bunch. They’ll travel far and wide for a case of Heady Topper, The Alchemist’s double IPA that is only distributed a short distance from the Waterbury, Vt. brewery where it’s produced. They’ll wait in long lines for Goose Island’s Bourbon County barrel-aged beers that only come around once a… Read more »
It’s a frigid Monday morning in March and The Portsmouth Brewery doesn’t even open its doors for another hour, but the line already stretches around the block. It started forming outside the brewpub’s doors at around 2 a.m. — eight hours ago. March Madness? Nope. Kate the Great is coming.
Year Round Beers
|Alpha King||Pale Ale|
|Robert The Bruce||Scottish Ale|
|Pride & Joy||Ale|
|Gumball Head||Wheat Ale|
|Dark Lord||Imperial Stout|
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