Pure Brews America by Meijer is ready to kick off their third season after winning a Michigan EMMY Award for “Best Magazine Program” on June 10th.
Craft beer industry news.
Brewery Ommegang is proud to announce a brand new year-round offering, Fruition.
Scarlet Lane Brewing Company is expanding its 12oz bottle offerings with the addition of Dorian Espresso Stout and Asteria Australian IPA.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Wisconsin beverage companies form a coalition; domestic tax paid shipments up 3.8 percent in May; and more news.
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) today told the U.S. Commerce Department that aluminum can sheets and aluminum ingot, which are used to make beverage cans, are not a security risk that requires intervention in the form of tariffs or trade restrictions.
On a recent visit to Connecticut, Dan Kenary, the co-founder and CEO of Boston’s Harpoon Brewery, discovered that 60 percent of the unrefrigerated beers at one retail account did not have code dates. “That’s shameful,” he exclaimed to roughly 200 beer industry professionals attending last week’s Brewbound Session business conference in New York City.
101 North Brewing Company recently contributed their first two additions to the surging canned beer phenomena, both in 16-ounce six-packs.
Celis Brewery has reopened and is set to hold its Grand Opening on Tuesday, July 11, exactly 25 years to the day of the original’s brewery’s grand opening in 1992.
Upland Brewing Company announces the release of its new beer, Free Time.
Ghostfish Brewing is launching Kick Step IPA, a bold and distinctly Northwest India Pale Ale brewed to benefit Washington-based nonprofit, The Mountaineers.
Brewed with Lemondrop hops, regionally produced honey, and white wheat, Shenanigans Summer Ale has a zesty, citrus aroma, refreshingly dry body and notes of honey. So on those long, hot days, remember: summer is time for Shenanigans.
Constellation Brand’s continued effort to move Ballast Point Brewing into its so-called “Gold Network” of U.S. beer distributors took a significant leap forward this month when the San Diego-based brewery’s distribution rights were sold in its second largest market — Massachusetts.
Constellation, a cross-category alcoholic beverage company best known for selling Mexican import offerings Corona and Modelo, has confirmed to Brewbound that Ballast Point beers are no longer being sold in Massachusetts by Atlantic Beverage Distributors and the Sheehan Family Companies-owned Craft Beer Guild LLC.
Ska will be introducing Chicagoans to its first-born Mod Project beer— Pink Vapor Stew Sour Ale—this summer.
Lakewood Brewing Company continues their Seduction Series’ release schedule with French Quarter Temptress, now available in 4-pack bottles.