Oregon Fruit Products LLC has released its latest limited-edition Fruit for Fermentation puree: Key Lime. Fruit for Fermentation adds flavor, aroma and texture of real fruit to a variety of fermented beverages such as beer, cider, mead, spirits, wine and kombucha.
Craft beer industry news.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Alvarez & Marsal reaches an agreement to sell DME Group’s main business; lawmakers threaten to limit dates for Boston beer gardens; and the U.S. House introduces the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters claimed Wednesday that strategic decisions made by Coca-Cola bottler and distributor Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling (RCCB) “have created significant disruption in the quality of service” for customers in Southern California, according to the results of a survey of over 100 retailers.
As part of its ongoing quest to help foster a more inclusive brewing industry, the Brewers Association (BA) has launched a new grant program that will provide funding to “events that increase access and awareness of craft beer to new demographics.” Announced Wednesday, the grant program will include funding for beer festivals, beer and food pairing events, ethnic and cultural heritage festivals and film festivals, among others.
Garage Brewing Co.’s latest creation is a beacon of brightness in the wild world of hazies. Juicy Boom is brimming with passionfruit, light melon and citrus notes thanks to Galaxy, Citra and Lemondrop hops.
Austin Eastciders, the number one craft cider in Texas, rolls out its line of easy-drinking ciders to the Georgia market this month.
bRosé is the second cider the folks at Citizen ever made, sourcing the blueberries directly from a farm in Charlotte, Vermont.
You do not only have to be a wine connoisseur to drink pink. Epic Brewing’s latest Foeder-aged sour release is Oak and Orchard Rosé, a light and bubbly sour ale brewed with rose hips, hibiscus and strawberries.
Lake Monster Brewing is excited to announce the release of its newest limited-edition seasonal: Brut IPA.
Just in time for spring training, Wild Leap announces the release of Prize Inside Cracker Jack Stout. This decadent beer is brewed with the iconic flavor combination of caramel, peanuts and dreams of the big leagues.
Lakewood Brewing Company (LBC) is about to surprise the local craft beer market with a new, extremely limited, small batch series of beers. The first in the lineup hit the market on Feb. 11
The new Deschutes packaging design system is rolling out now beginning with seasonal, Red Chair NWPA.
Texas’ craft brewers and wholesalers have agreed to a compromise in the years-long debate over to-go beer sales at manufacturing breweries. A “stakeholder agreement” announced Wednesday evening by the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, which represents the state’s nearly 300 craft breweries, and the Beer Alliance of Texas, a powerful wholesaler lobbying group, has the potential to finally legalize off-premise sales at the Lone Star State’s manufacturing breweries.
In episode 23 of the Brewbound Podcast, Jason and Todd Alström sit down for a discussion about the business of beer festivals, the future of print journalism within beer, A-B InBev’s investment in competitor beer ratings website RateBeer, and what it’s like to be at the center of a controversy that is unfolding on the BeerAdvocate forum.