Von Ebert Brewing, the award-winning and locally owned Portland-based brewing company, on Friday is releasing the latest additions to its Heritage bottled beer program, Alma and The Quality of Silence.
Bourbon County Stout — Goose Island’s annual barrel-aged special release — will celebrate a decade this fall as a post-Thanksgiving tradition for beer fans when the brewery will roll out the 2020 offerings on Friday, November 27.
The Holy Grail for Hopheads, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s iconic 120 Minute IPA is back with a bold, new bottle carrier.
Perrin Brewing Company announces the release of Call Me Hazy – Tropical IPA, the next chapter in the Call Me Hazy rotating IPA series. Call Me Hazy – Tropical IPA is now available at the Perrin Pub on draft and in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans, with Michigan-wide distribution coming soon.
The latest offering from Alaskan Brewing is a light, easy-drinking ale brewed with fireweed honey, releasing at the height of Alaska’s summer. Fireweed Blonde is the second offering in Alaskan’s new Limited Release series introduced this year.
The brewery’s most most introduction just hit the market, Little Charter Session IPA. The Little Charter, with its elegant teal label is now a core Charter Oak Brewery beer.
Ecliptic Brewing is gearing up for summer with the release of Hoku-lele Tiki-Inspired Tropical Ale. Shipping in early-July, this Special Release beer will be the first 16-ounce can available in this series.
Frederick, Md. — Better Beverage Leaders, Inc. announces that Brouwerij Huyghe’s Belgian Strong Dark Ale, Delirium Nocturnum, will be packaged in cans for the first time. BBL, Inc. will be importing the beer into the United States with a projected landing date of September 2020. It will be made available to their distribution partners across… Read more »
Tröegs Independent Brewing announced the release of its gracefully dank Once-A-Year Double IPA, Nimble Giant.
The seasonal beer segment hasn’t received the same double-digit bump that skyrocketing off-premise sales have delivered for the overall craft beer segment, according to market research firm Nielsen.
Russian River Brewing Company’s annual release of Pliny the Younger triple IPA drew visitors from 47 states and 14 countries and generated $5.1 million in economic impact to the local economy, an increase of 22.6% over the 2019 release, according to a study conducted by the Sonoma County Economic Development Board.
River North Brewery has discovered the perfect combination of both cinnamon varieties and added them to their Double Avarice, an imperial stout that boasts flavors of roasted chocolatey malts, resulting in a spiced delight of a beer.
HOOD RIVER, Ore. –– Ferment Brewing Co. has announced the debut release of a quarterly line of 16-ounce cans that will launch on May 8. The line will feature two labels: Top Ferment, a series of seasonal, experimental, and one-off ales with that explore different hops, malts, and yeasts; and Bottom Ferment, a collection of… Read more »
Pelican Brewing Company welcomes back popular Gold Medalist Pelicano EXTRA! Lager Cerveza just in time for sunnier days.