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Station 26 to Release 2 Phish-Themed Beers

Station 26 Brewing Co. is excited to welcome Phish fans back to Denver by releasing two special Phish-themed beers, August 31-September 2 during Labor Day weekend. Both beers will be available on tap throughout the weekend and in specially-designed 32oz crowlers available in limited supply each day at the brewery’s Park Hill taproom.

Creature Comforts to Release Common Things

Creature Comforts Brewing Company will release Common Things this August. The limited offering will be available in 750-mL bottles on August 25.

Sycamore Brewing Releases Wild Blossom Cider

Sycamore Brewing is excited to announce the release of a new family of brands with the launch of Wild Blossom Cider. Wild Blossom’s line-up includes Rosé and Brut ciders and will be available in both 4-pack 16oz cans and draft.

Evolution Craft Brewing Installs Canning Line, Releases Lot No. 3 IPA

After years of only selling their beer on draft and in bottles, owners Tom and John Knorr have been repeatedly faced with the question: “when will Evo come in cans?” We are excited to announce that the time has finally come. After months of searching for the perfect caning line, Evolution finally found one that meets their quality assurance standards.

Monday Night Brewing to Release Mischief Managed with Peaches

Monday Night Brewing’s Garage program is set to release its newest project. After the success of the first Mischief Managed with raspberries, a wine barrel-fermented fruited Berliner Weisse, the Atlanta brewery turned to a classically Georgia ingredient for this next batch – peaches.

Revolution Brewing Announces Deep Wood Series Lineup

Following the successful transition of the Deep Wood Series of barrel-aged beers into cans, Revolution Brewing is expanding the lineup in 2018. Six new-to-can beers will join four of last year’s favorites for a total of 10 different barrel-aged varieties.

Willow Rock Brewing Company Releases Congress Lager

Congress beer, last brewed in Syracuse 56 years ago, returned to Central New York, as Willow Rock Brewing Company released an updated version of the historic lager at a special ceremony at the Syracuse Marriott Downtown on August 15, 2018. Willow Rock developed the updated version of Congress in a collaboration with the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA), who secured a copy of the original recipe when the Congress plant closed in 1962.