Ecliptic Brewing is excited to launch their next Cosmic Collaboration: Ecliptic + Russian River Pinot Noir Barrel-Aged Belgian-Style Golden Ale. Due to release October 22nd in 500ml bottles and draft, the original beer was brewed in 2019 with Santa Rosa’s Russian River Brewing Company as part of Ecliptic’s “5 Years/5 Beers” series.
Framingham-based Springdale Beer Co. and Somerville’s Union Square Donuts have teamed up to create a limited-edition collaboration beer and collaboration donut. The beer will be released Friday, October 9th at the Jack’s Abby Beer Hall, with accompanying events surrounding the release over the following week.
Local craft distillery 503 Distilling has announced a partnership with The Sons of Smokey, a 501c3 charity that focuses on trail cleanup across the U.S. in conjunction with The Gambler 500 Rally.
After a well-received launch, Harpoon Brewery will stagger sales of its seasonal collaboration variety pack with Dunkin’ Donuts, due to a short supply of cans. “Demand for this package has significantly exceeded expectations,” Dan Kenary, CEO of Harpoon’s parent company, Mass. Bay Brewing Company, told Brewbound.
After a sweetly successful launch last year, D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc. and The Hershey Company are back with another release of Yuengling Hershey’s Chocolate Porter.
San Diego, California-based AleSmith Brewing’s 25 anniversary celebration was slated to start in late March and continue on through the end of 2020. But those parties were either canceled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week’s two-part Brewbound Frontlines livestream features leaders from Weathered Souls Brewing Company, who discusses the Black is Beautiful collaboration initiative, and then, in a separate conversation, Buffalo Wild Wings beverage innovation manager Jason Murphy shares the sports bar chain’s reopening plans and what it means for craft brewers.
During a two-part edition of Brewbound Frontlines this Thursday, the team from Weathered Souls Brewing Company discusses the Black is Beautiful collaboration initiative, and then, in a separate conversation, Buffalo Wild Wings beverage innovation manager Jason Murphy shares the sports bar chain’s reopening plans and what it means for craft brewers.
Within 24 hours of announcing the Black is Beautiful collaboration beer on Monday, Weathered Souls Brewing co-founder and head brewer Marcus J. Baskerville heard from nearly 100 craft breweries who wanted to participate.
Portland’s Ecliptic Brewing and Ruse Brewing — led by co-owners and brewers Shaun Kalis and Devin Benware — have teamed up to create an Italian-style Pilsner launching in 16-ounce cans and draft this May.
Online craft beverage marketplace CraftCellr will be the exclusive retail outlet for a new charitable collaboration beer benefitting service industry non-profit Bottleshare, conceived in cooperation with Good Word Brewing and Public House, Riverbend Malt House, White Labs Yeast, Yakima Chief Hops, Battle & Associates Packaging and artist Rachel Eleanor.
Buskey Cider is releasing their first rum barrel aged cider, crafted with dragonfruit, kiwi, and, of course, tropical vibes.
Braxton Brewing Co., a local brewery with national recognition, and Graeter’s Ice Cream, a family owned craft ice cream maker since 1870, are releasing a new innovation that brings two beloved Cincinnati brands together once again.
The Harpoon Brewery was founded in 1986 by beer lovers who wanted more and better beer options. When the Brewery was founded, Harpoon was issued Brewing Permit #001 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, since it was the first to brew commercially in Boston after a dormant period of about 25 years. Harpoon’s line of craft beer features its award-winning IPA and seasonal beers, along with special limited releases. In 2014, Harpoon became an employee-owned company.