À TOUT LE MONDE, a new beer from Unibroue born of the friendship between its Brewmaster Jerry Vietz and Dave Mustaine, legendary lead vocalist and founder of heavy metal group Megadeth, is officially launching today in the U.S. and Quebec.
Craft beer industry news.
In a dedication to common sense, Rogue Ales & Spirits has canned Yellow Snow IPA for this winter’s release of its snow cult classic.
Oskar Blues Brewery took its Ten FIDY Imperial Stout and stashed it in a blend of Kentucky bourbon barrels for a minimum of eight months. The result is a cool and drinkable concoction that gets more complex with each sip.
This year’s Death Hoppy Black Ale is an homage to new life and the Jewish tradition of mourning. Seven days are spent mourning in Jewish culture, so when it came time to brew Death Hoppy Black Ale, Shmaltz’s Head Brewer Richie Saunders added 7 hops, 7 malts, and ended up with 7% ABV.
Left Coast Brewing Co. is pleased to announce a limited release of their popular South County IPA (Collaboration Brew) on October 20. The community is invited to a launch event from 5-9pm at the tasting room on Thursday, which will give them the opportunity to be the first to taste this time’s limited release.
Big Storm Brewing Company, Florida’s fastest growing craft brewery, announced the official release of Category 5, a Belgian Quintupel, the fifth offering in its Belgian-style Hurricane Series.
Times are tough for the country’s second-largest craft beer maker. In its third-quarter earnings, released after the market closed on Thursday, Boston Beer Company reported 14 percent revenue declines and 12 percent shipment declines, compared to the same period last year.
Pelican Brewing Company this month launches Lone Pelican Small Batch Series to offer limited-production beers that explore new techniques, ingredients and under-represented styles. The objective is to bring more Team Pelican-inspired creations to the broader market—all with the same fresh, enjoyable drinkability for which Pelican is widely known.
Hopsquatch is back, and this time it’s here to stay! We’re bringing our fan favorite IPA, Hopsquatch, back! With a fresh 6 pack design, Hopsquatch is here to stay alongside the rest of our year round MadBrew collection!
On November 5th, Concrete Beach Brewery is taking the party to the streets! Literally. In celebration of its newest beer launch, Deck the Walls, the Wynwood-based brewery is shutting down 24th Street between NW 5th and NW 2nd, for an old fashioned block party, and everyone is invited. From 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., party goers can sip on craft beer, munch on a variety of tasty bites from local food trucks, shake what their mommas gave ‘em to the beats of Electric Kif and Afrobeta, and watch a live painting competition.
In September we at Against the Grain decided after years of poking fun at our good friends up north it was time for a handshake and a beer. Together we made our version of a fest bier. It’s malty, but hopped up, to add a bright and floral character to. We let Three Floyds name this one, “Too Dumb to be Evil,” but let it be known that they are evil and we are not.
In 2009, Stone President & co-founder Steve Wagner made a research trip to England to learn more about the confusing and often contradictory history of IPAs. That epic trip resulted in an epic ale that years later makes its encore reign – the last in the series of Stone’s 20th Anniversary celebratory re-brews. 20th Anniversary Encore Series: Stone 14th Anniversary Emperial IPA will begin arriving in bars and restaurants where Stone beers are sold this week.
At 9.5% ABV,El Camino (Un)Real is a dark strong ale that drinks like an Imperial Stout with a hook – it has a firm bitterness and malt complexity with licorice, vanilla and higher alcohol esters.
Tropical fruit meets tropical vibes in this “guavacated” version of our Islander IPA. Brewed with the classic West Coast combo of Centennial, Chinook and Columbus hops, this beer gets the tropical treatment with a hefty dose of fresh guava puree.