Angel City Brewery will debut two new beers, including one available in a can and perfect for summer sipping.
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Since pioneering the recyclable aluminum can, Coors Brewing has been a leader in sustainable brewing practices. This summer, the World’s Most Refreshing Beer is continuing its rich tradition in sustainability by introducing EveryOneCan, a summer-long program that underscores the commitment we all can make to sustainability.
Atlanta-based brewery Second Self Beer Company will release Margarita in Gose (4.3% ABV, 8 IBU), a spin-off of Second Self’s most popular warm-weather beer, Maverick & Gose, on June 1st.
After brewing a collaboration apricot sour ale with Revelation Brewing in February, Ghostfish Brewing is excited to announce its first packaged sour—Gosefish. At 5% ABV and 8 IBU, this summer seasonal Cranberry-Hibiscus Gose incorporates cranberry juice sourced from Starvation Alley Cranberry Farms—Washington State’s first organic cranberry farm —out of Long Beach, WA.
Fans of Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. craft beer in Northern California will soon be able to find their beer on draught and in package starting mid-May 2017.
Pfungstädter Privatbrauerei has announced that its popular Weizen Radler, formerly only available in bottles and kegs, is now being canned and is available in the U.S. for the first time.
Prickle Me Pink^2, a brand new iteration of a favorite past limited release cider is now available from 2 Towns Ciderhouse, as well as a summer season hopped cider, Hop & Stalk. Both ciders are available throughout 2 Towns Ciderhouse’s distribution area.
Building on the success of its cold certified thermochromic inks, Coors Light has rolled out a summer promotion that marks the first application of photochromic inks in partnership with CROWN Beverage Packaging North America, a business unit of Crown Holdings, In
U.S. beer volume sales were down 0.8 percent through the first 134 days of the year, according to data from market research firm IRI Worldwide. The company, which tracks category-wide sales trends at off-premise retail outlets, said total beer dollar sales were up 0.7 percent year-to-date through May 14, however, in its multi-outlet and convenience (MULC) store universe (which includes grocery, drug, Wal-Mart, club, dollar, mass-merchandiser and military stores).
In this week’s edition of Last Call: North Carolina brewers claim Anheuser-Busch receives favoritism from the state’s wholesalers; Fiddlehead opens a new production facility; the Brewers Association announces committee assignments; and more.
Cape May Brewing Company, (CMBC) the Jersey Shore’s premier local brewery, has an exciting, fresh, new look. After a period of introspection and contemplation, with the assistance of Austin-based Canales & Co., CMBC is set to premiere their new brand designs on May 26th.
Beavertown Brewery and Firestone Walker Brewing Company are set to release a skeleton from the closet with “West Side Beavo” IPL—a cross-continental mashup of likeminded breweries.
After breaking ground on its state-of-the-art brewery 13 months ago, Seismic Brewing Company has officially launched, and the brewery will release its much-anticipated beers to the public just in time for Summer. The initial styles released include a Kolsch Style Ale, a Pilsner, an OPA (Oat Pale Ale), and a limited supply of their IPA.
Don’t call it a rebrand: Rivertown Brewing Company is propelling forward after its recent expansions with a packaging refresh and three new beers.