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.
Bubble NBA basketball is finally here — and two craft breweries are creating beers branded for their respective home teams. Deschutes Brewery will launch Rip City Lager in partnership with the Portland Trail Blazers. Also today, Framingham, Massachusetts-based Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers announced a four-year partnership with the Boston Celtics.
As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the on-premise channel continue to be felt worldwide, Molson Coors Beverage Company reported $2.5 billion in net revenue for the second quarter of 2020, a 15.1% decline compared to the same period last year.
Odell Brewing continues to expand its beyond beer offerings with Allkind Hard Kombucha, which will launch this fall. Last year, the Fort Collins, Colorado-headquartered craft brewery rolled out the OBC Wine Project, a collection of canned wines.
An 805 line extension is coming soon to California. Firestone Walker will start a 60-day test of 805 Cerveza — its first line extension of flagship 805 blonde ale — in early August in three California counties.
The CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective is leaning even harder into the seltzer space with two new mixed packs hitting retailers this fall, while also cashing in on the equity of its popular Jai Alai IPA with a low-calorie line extension called Jai Low. CANarchy’s plans for fall resets include the launch of Cigar City Jai… Read more »
Kombrewcha CEO Garrett Bredenkamp is looking to the hard seltzer segment for inspiration as the hard kombucha brand backed by Anheuser-Busch’s ZX Ventures looks to compete in the fast-growing segment. As such, this fall, Kombrewcha will introduce two new flavors — Blood Orange and Mango Pineapple — to a 12 oz. 4-can variety pack, which also includes existing offerings Berry Hibiscus and Ginger Lemon.
Saint Archer Gold might have needed just a little more patience. But Molson Coors’ patience with the brand — the company’s answer to the top-selling super premium offering, Anheuser-Busch’s Michelob Ultra — has run out, the company announced Friday, citing pressures caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Bold Rock, the best-selling regional craft cider in the United States, continues to expand reach into adjacent craft beverage segments with the announcement of new Hard Tea and Hard Lemonade lines.
Nearly 60% of Drizly users ages 21-26 plan to drink hard seltzer this summer, the on-demand e-commerce marketplace and delivery platform for alcohol beverages, found during its second annual consumer survey.
After a decade working for some of the best known brands in the cider industry, Caitlin Braam is launching twin projects of her own: Yonder Cider and The Source.
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.
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.
Perrin Brewing Company introduces a new seasonal variety pack of Clear Coast Fresh Hard Seltzer featuring three fresh and invigorating flavors. The limited release 12-pack of 12 oz. cans is now available at the Perrin Pub and on shelves across Michigan.