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Out of the Woods: Beer Foraging in Urban Areas

Fullsteam Brewing’s Sean Lilly Wilson is among the brewers who forage for beer ingredients in urban areas. (Fullsteam Brewing) June 21, 2019 You may think that plants growing in the sidewalk cracks are annoying weeds but to some homebrewers and professional brewers they are sought after ingredients. Yarrow is one. It’s used as a bittering substitute for hops. Dandelions and ...

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Dust Bowl Brewing Officially Opens Monterey ‘Tap Depot’

(Turlock, CA) – Today Dust Bowl Brewing Co. officially opens its long-awaited satellite taproom in Monterey, California.  Known as the Tap Depot, the taproom marks the growing craft brewery’s third location and the first outside of its local community of Turlock. Dust Bowl’s Tap Depot is located in a historic building that was most recently known as the Wharf Marketplace. ...

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Hill Farmstead’s Shaun Hill Featured in July/August Issue of Yankee Magazine

June 20, 2019 DUBLIN, NH – What do you do after you’ve been named “Best Brewery in the World” for five years in a row, and your personal identity has “been wrapped up in beer” all of your adult life? In an exclusive interview with Yankee (July/August issue), Shaun Hill of Hill Farmstead brewery in Vermont tackles these tough questions ...

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Intrepid Sojourner Throwing 3rd Annual Bastille Party

DENVER, CO — In keeping with its international theme, The Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project® will host its 3rd annual Bastille Day party at its taproom at 925 W 8th Ave. in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe, on Saturday, July 13. On top of releasing a specialty saison with a blend French-cuisine herb-and-spice adjuncts, the day will include a French-cheese ...

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New Lite Haus Pilsner from Biscayne Bay Brewing Supports South Florida National Parks Trust

June 20, 2019 MIAMI – Biscayne Bay Brewing Company is giving back to support local marine conservation efforts through a new partnership with the South Florida National Parks Trust (SFNPT). For every can of the company’s craft Lite Haus Pilsner sold in South Florida, Biscayne Bay Brewing will donate a portion of the sales to support the nonprofit work of ...

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Reviewed: Maine Beer Company a tiny beautiful something

Official description: “Most people are on the world, not in it –  have no conscious sympathy or relationship to anything about them – undiffused, separate, and rigidly alone like marbles of polished stone, touching but separate.” -John Muir  Hops: El Dorado. Malt: American 2-Row, Carapils, Caramel 40L, Flaked Oats. Hops: El Dorado. Maine Beer Company – Maine Beer Company a ...

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Dogfish Head & Revelation Craft Brewing Collaborate on In Tandem for July 4th

(Milton, DE) – In honor of all things independent, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Revelation Craft Brewing Company are joining forces to brew two iterations of In Tandem, a special, draft-only Independence Day collaboration for release on Thursday, July 4. A summer-centric Hefeweizen, In Tandem will be brewed with Sussex County malt, wheat and strawberries. To put their own unique ...

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Mother Earth & Fremont Brewing Collab on 4Seasons Summer, This Time a Hazy IPA

(Nampa, ID) – Mother Earth is pleased to announce an exciting collaboration with Pacific Northwest titans, Fremont Brewing, as part of their ‘4Seasons’ premium line of products. ‘The Four Seasons of Mother Earth’ (now simply dubbed ‘4Seasons’) boasts some of Mother Earth’s finest and most exclusive brews, typically in the form of collaborations and Barrel-Aging. Next up is their collaboration with Fremont, just in time for ‘Summer’: ...

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Harrisburg Beer Week Donates $45,000 to Harrisburg River Rescue & Emergency Services

June 19, 2019 HARRISBURG — Harrisburg Beer Week organizers today awarded $45,000 to its exclusive beneficiary, Harrisburg River Rescue and Emergency Services, taking its total in five years to $170,000 to the nonprofit emergency response team. A check presentation took place at The Millworks, 340 Verbeke St., Harrisburg. The donation was raised from proceeds from Harrisburg Beer Week, which ran ...

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IPAs Dominate 2019’s ‘Best Beers in America’ Poll

Zymurgy magazine announces its 2019 ‘Best Beers in America’ poll results. June 19, 2019 When you see the list of 2019’s Best Beers in America, two things are very clear: all hail Michigan beer and long live the IPA beer style. Each year, readers of “Zymurgy” magazine, our sister publication from the American Homebrewers Association, vote for the Best Beer ...

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