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Craft beer industry news.
Church Street Brewing Company announces in celebration of its Sixth Anniversary the release of its first Vienna lager.
The brewery’s latest addition to their Curiosity Series (their experimental line of brews) features a Midwest Fruit Tart flavored with Yellow Mombin — a Brazilian fruit that tastes similar to a mango, with a touch of banana and a bit of a tart edge.
Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales will release PURE SPECULATION, their first non-sour beer packaged in 16 ounce cans on Saturday, September 29.
TRVE Brewing Company announced the brand launch of its three-year old distribution arm, High Plains Beer Distribution.
During the holiday season, it’s easy to get caught up in the pressure of extravagantly wrapped presents, but Heineken® believes that it’s what’s inside that matters most. During November and December Heineken® is asking drinkers to see past the trimmings, open a cold Heineken® and “Celebrate What’s Inside.”
During Boston Beer Company’s annual Great American Beer Festival breakfast, founder Jim Koch unveiled a new series of Samuel Adams ads and announced a new grant program that will give $1 million to early stage food and beverage companies. Koch said the new series of folksy ads, which highlight hop selection in Germany for Samuel Adams’ flagship Boston Lager, focus on “craftsmanship” and “artisanal values.” The ads end with the tagline: “Brewed inefficiently since 1984.”
Ecliptic Brewing’s Phaser Hazy IPA is back due to high demand from the public. After initially releasing it as a “Seasonal” beer last winter, Phaser fans will now be able to find the beer in limited runs throughout the year.
Mother Earth is pleased to announce it’s distribution partnership with Central PA’s largest wholesale source for domestic Craft: Westy’s Beer Distributor
Barrel House Z is launching its latest seasonal beer, Festbier | Märzen.
In this week’s Press Clips: Anheuser-Busch plans to feature NBA and MLB athletes in ad campaigns; Celis Brewery assumes sales responsibilities for Uncle Billy’s and Pedernales brands; the Beer Institute releases domestic tax paid estimate for August; and more news.
Left Hand will be releasing its 25th Anniversary Imperial Stout and celebrating 25 years of beer. At 12.1% ABV, it features assertive notes of dark chocolate, cherries and roasted coffee beans with a smooth warming finish. It will be available in 4-pack, 12oz bottles for $13.99 and a limited quantity will be available for purchase before you can buy it anywhere.
In the second episode of the Brewbound Podcast, New Realm Brewing co-founder Carey Falcone joins Brewbound editor Chris Furnari in a discussion about his career in the brewing business and the launch of the Atlanta-based beer company. Throughout the conversation, Falcone talks about his experience as a first-time entrepreneur, New Realm’s core values, the process of getting the brewery off the ground, and how he convinced former Stone Brewing Company brewmaster Mitch Steele to move across the country to join a startup in the South.
Deep Ellum Brewing Company announces the release of No Way Rosé – a tart Southwest-styled rosé ale with a prickly pear punch.