New Orleans-based Dixie Beer shocked the South last summer when it announced it would change its name amid the social justice protests that followed George Floyd’s murder. Nine months after that announcement and four months after the company revealed it would become Faubourg Brewing Company, the first Faubourg branded beer will begin rolling out of the 114-year-old company’s brewery.
San Francisco-based Anchor Brewing opted to give itself a makeover as a 125th birthday gift. Ballast Point has revealed new packaging art that has already begun rolling out to retailers. Granbury, Texas-based Revolver Brewing will roll out new artwork for its core offerings this spring. Anheuser-Busch InBev-owned Blue Point Brewing debuted a new logo and branding that will replace art that the Patchogue, New York-based craft brewery has been using for four years.
Dixie Brewery owner Gayle Benson announced the company will change the name of the New Orleans-based craft brewery to one that does not reference the Confederacy. The new name has yet to be selected.
Der Blokken Brewery announced it is changing its name to Chaos Bay Brewing Co. Chaos Bay will continue producing the same top-quality products they have come to be known for and will operate on its commitment to create quality experiences for their customers and being an integral part of the community.
For its second quarter-century, Cisco Brewers is debuting a new look and two new beers. The Nantucket, Massachusetts-based brand, which was acquired by Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) in 2018, has refreshed its branding and packaging with the launch of a new summer seasonal offering, Summer Rays golden ale, and a new year-round New England-style IPA,… Read more »
n response to the constantly evolving US beer market, Innis & Gunn has revamped their retail strategy for the US. Innis & Gunn was one of the first breweries to introduce barrel aging to the US when they launched in 2003.
Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) announces the reopening of their historic brewpub after two weeks of extensive renovations. Established in 1988, GLBC’s brewpub has long been the place where friends meet to enjoy award-winning lagers and ales and fresh local food in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Union efforts begin at Anchor Brewing; Weyerbacher seeks investment; Tree House buys a farm in Connecticut; Pabst rebrands Not Your Father’s; and more industry news.
Green Flash Brewing Company chief executive Michael Taylor is “bullish” on the San Diego craft brewery’s prospects for a turnaround in 2019. In a conversation with Brewbound, Taylor — a former Anheuser-Busch executive who was hired as CEO last June — said he’s projecting 20 percent growth for a Green Flash business that ran into significant financial turmoil around this time last year.
The founders of Owl’s Brew are gearing up for 2019 as they plan to relaunch the brand with a new identity, and raise as much as $10 million as part of a Series B round of funding. The company also recently hired former New Belgium CEO Christine Perich.
After selling 65,000 barrels of beer in 2016, Cigar City Brewing is on pace for a major bump in sales as the Florida craft brewery plans to cross the 100,000-barrel threshold by the end of the year. In an interview with Brewbound, Cigar City brand ambassador Neil Callaghan attributed the growth to expanded production of its flagship brand, Jai Alai IPA, at the start of the year.
Sketchbook Brewing Company celebrates its third year with fresh design, an increase in production, and new distribution markets.
Hi Sign Brewing announces an updated company logo and their first can release with Shamus the Fiddler Irish Red Ale and Christie the American Blonde Ale.
Weber Packaging Solutions has announced the addition of custom-ordered craft beer labels to their e-commerce web site.