The Booth Brewing Co. officially launched their eighth release from their Make This Happen series in which consumers decide what The Booth Brewing will include in their future lineup. The Korean craft brewery is taking German Merkur Hops (a cross between Hallertau and Magnum) to the next level with their newest Make This Happen #8- Merkur Lactose IPA (6.5% ABV, 25 IBU).
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123 W. 3RD Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Story of The Booth Brewing Co.(“The Booth”) began in May 2013 as a small pub in an alleyway off of Gyeonglidan, founded by Korean medicine doctor Heeyoon Kim, financial analyst Sunghoo Yang and The Economist correspondent Daniel Tudor. The three friends had a simple philosophy: find your fun and be the best at it. And that fun was beer.
Fast-forward to today, we became the first Asian brewery to take charge into the world’s largest craft beer market. Our mix of fun-based philosophy, unique artwork, and fresh Humboldt-made beer has started to excite many Californians, as well as the tastebuds of many beer judges.
Since then, we have been breaking industry boundaries: from hosting the largest craft beer festival in Korea to pioneering 100% cold-chain distribution to launching Mikkeller-collaborated Tae(dong)gang Pale Ale, a challenge to North Korea’s national beer. We collaborate with artists, musicians, and diverse brands that share a similar passion for fun, across all industries including sports, fashion, coffee, and arts. We also created Korea's first and only pro-LGBT beer last year, a
part of Seoul Pride Film Festival.
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The Booth Brewing is bringing back a fan favorite brew from last year, This Is Not a Bro Deal Hop Ale, a much-awaited return for The Booth fans. This New England IPA returns with a revamped recipe and a well-curated selection of some of the highest quality hops around the world.
The Booth Brewing Co. unveils the seventh brew from their limited series called “Make This Happen” in which consumers have the power to decide what The Booth Brewing will include in their future lineup. Lucky number 7 is a double-dry hopped ale with Ekuanot hops.
The Seoul born and Eureka-based brewery, The Booth Brewing is breaking boundaries with their latest brews from their Make This Happen series.
With the spring season dawning upon us comes with the necessity of new brews. This spring, the Seoul born and Eureka-based brewery, The Booth Brewing, provides craft beer enthusiasts with the latest brews from their Make This Happen series.
The Booth Brewing Company has recently signed with two distributing companies, Mussetter Distributing and Morris Distributing, to reach more craft beer lovers with their unique lineup of brews and expand their awareness throughout northern California.
The Booth Brewing releases its first double IPA ever and it’s double the trouble! The Two-Face DIPA Duo features a West coast style IPA and hazy New England style IPA
It is a new year with new beers at The Booth Brewing Co! To welcome the new year, the Seoul born, Eureka-based brewery is launching a limited release series called “Make This Happen.”
What does independence taste like? Last year, The Brewers Association launched their “That’s Independence You’re Tasting” campaign to promote independent craft brewers. It builds upon the independent craft brewer seal, a mark the Brewers Association unveiled in 2017 to identify beers brewed by independent craft brewers.
South Korean-born and Eureka-based The Booth Brewing Co. announced that they will be brewing a fundraiser beer to support those affected by the deadly Camp Fire. In tribute to the Camp Fire victims and the recovery efforts, the brewery will be donating all profits from their upcoming release of “California Red Ale.”
South Korean-born and Eureka-based The Booth Brewing Company (“The Booth”) takes great pride in announcing an agreement with Matagrano Inc. for distribution of their products in San Francisco and San Mateo county. Through this agreement, the brewery’s juicy and extremely easy-drinking beers will become more widely available around San Francisco itself and the greater San Mateo county area.
Delta Pacific Beverage Co, LLC is teaming up with the Korean-born Eureka-based The Booth Brewing Company (“The Booth”) to bring more juicy and extremely easy-drinking flavors to East and South Bay regions.
Dancing Cow Milk Stout, originally launched by The Booth Brewing (“The Booth”) in South Korea as an easy-drinking milk stout, will be released this week in California in kegs and in cans for the first time.
The Booth Brewing will be releasing its sixth edition of their signature EurekaSeoul Hop Ale series with Loral hops. Described as a “super noble” hop, Loral’s lineage can be traced back to the middle ages. A little-known fact, the hop’s name comes from its lemon and floral flavors.
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Brand Ambassador (Sales Representative) for SF - Bay Area - The Booth Brewing Co -- USA (03/27/2018)
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Year Round Beers
|FYF(Follow Your Fun) Wheat Beer||Witbier|
|Great God of Fun Red Ale||Red Ale|
|Dancing Cow Milk Stout||Stout|
|The Beer Pilgrim’s Porter||Porter|
|City Hippy Wheat Beer||Witbier|
|EurekaSeoul Citra Hop Ale||IPA|
|EurekaSeoul Mosaic Hop Ale||IPA|