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KettleHouse Brewing Company Releases Northwest IPA

KettleHouse Brewing Company, the first modern craft brewery in Montana to package its beer in cans, announces the release of its Northwest IPA into markets across Montana.

Boston Beer Rebounds in Q1, Reports 15 percent Shipment Growth

Boston Beer Rebounds in Q1, Reports 15 percent Shipment Growth

Boston Beer Company has returned to growth. The company — which makes the Samuel Adams, Angry Orchard, Twisted Tea, and Truly Spiked & Sparkling products — today reported its first-quarter 2018 earnings, which were highlighted by double-digit revenue and shipment growth.

Original Ordnance Brewing Company Brewer Departs to Open New Brewpub

After four years of service, Logan Mayfield departed Ordnance Brewing earlier this week with plans of opening a local brewpub, close by in Boardman, OR. Although Logan will be missed, he leaves behind a solid brewery team led by Paul Anderson (formerly of Deschutes Brewing).

Boulevard Hopes New High-End Offerings, Cans Will Boost Sales

Boulevard Hopes New High-End Offerings, Cans Will Boost Sales

In an effort to further establish itself in the high end craft beer category, Kansas City’s Boulevard Brewing Co. will launch a new line of premium-priced beers in the third quarter of this year, Duvel USA executives told Brewbound.

Second Self Beer Company to Debut ‘Make IPA Great Again’

Atlanta brewery Second Self Beer Company introduces its newest offering Make IPA Great Again (9% ABV, 111 IBU), a phenomenal Double IPA made for winners. The brewery’s Cofounders Jason Santamaria and Chris Doyle created the throwback double IPA as an homage to the bitter and clear IPAs that inspired them to start brewing over a decade ago.

Great Divide Brewing Company Releases 4 New Beers

Great Divide Brewing Company introduces two new seasonal beers during the second quarter – Vanilla Oak Aged Yeti and Wood Werks No. 2 Flemish Sour Brown Ale. Meanwhile, Rumble Oak Aged IPA rejoins the lineup and seasonal favorite Roadie Grapefruit Radler makes its triumphant return to cans for the second year.

Brewers Association Names First Diversity Ambassador

Brewers Association Names First Diversity Ambassador

Building on its efforts to promote a more inclusive brewing industry, the Brewers Association (BA) today announced the appointment of Dr. J. Nikol Jackson-Beckham as its first diversity ambassador.

Beer Distributors Convene on Capitol Hill to Discuss Growth Strategies

Beer Distributors Convene on Capitol Hill to Discuss Growth Strategies

Leaders from the beer industry’s three largest trade associations are vowing once again to unite brewers and distributors in an effort to return the category to growth. Speaking to a group of nearly 700 U.S. beer distributors attending the annual National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) legislative conference on Monday in Washington, D.C., Beer Institute CEO Jim McGreevy called on industry members to work together to curb volume losses.