The Beer Institute unveiled a series of three videos today explaining the Brewers’ Voluntary Disclosure Initiative and its members’ commitment to disclose information about their products’ ingredients, nutritional facts, alcohol by volume and freshness.
Craft beer industry news.
Two decades-old Baltimore breweries have begun consolidating operations. RavenBeer is in the process of relocating its operations to the Duclaw Brewing Company facility. In a press release, RavenBeer founder Stephen Demczuk cited increased competition from local and national breweries alike as one of the reasons for the move.
Chains will be available at the JWB taproom on draft and in four packs of 16oz cans for $16.
Great Divide Brewing Company will introduce seven new beers in 2018, including the addition of a new barrel-aged program and the return of a Great Divide classic. New to the lineup are Car Camper Gose, Heyday Modern IPA, Rumble Oak Aged IPA, Vanilla Oak Aged Yeti, and the new Wood Werks Barrel Series including a Belgian-Style Sour, Flemish Sour Brown with Strawberries, and a Barrel Aged Brown Rye Ale.
After hosting 15th anniversary celebrations at breweries on both coasts, Green Flash Brewing Co. reveals plans for 2018
Founders Brewing Co. will release Canadian Breakfast Stout, an imperial coffee chocolate stout aged in maple bourbon barrels, the final release in 2017.
Revision beer fans in the Pacific Northwest can now get their hands on the Revision beer lineup without having to travel to Nevada or California. Thanks to the brewery partnering with Alpha Distributing and Point Blank Distributing Revision Brewing Company products are now being distributed throughout Washington and Oregon.
Brewbound recently announced the winners of its 2017 Brewbound Awards, which recognize the business efforts of beer companies across the U.S.
Garage Brewing releases two seasonal beers this week including Peppermint Stout and Belgian Style Strong Ale, AKA Holidation.
Veritas Peach, aged in French Oak barrels with Masumoto Peaches for over a year, is a celebration of the stone fruit.
Stone Brewing presents its 2018 release calendar, the passionate work of some of the country’s most hop savvy brewers.
PDX Sliders IPL is an easy drinking and light bodied India Pale Lager with moderate bitterness and a full hop aroma, highlighted by notes of tangerine, guava and passionfruit.
Cuveé is a rich auburn reserve ale, brewed with premium European and North American malts, Caribbean Demerara and a special blend of fruits, herbs and spices.
After years as one of the hottest selling 22 oz. bottles in Washington State, Pike Brewing Company is now introducing Pike Monk’s Uncle in 12 oz. cans.