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Form & Function: Brewery Visits with an Architect

(Michelle Humphrey) October 11, 2019 Visiting a new brewery is a joyous experience. There is an exciting sense of anticipation in getting to try a new beer style or flavor. As an architect, I am particularly drawn to breweries that provide a front row seat to the brewing operation from the taproom. I find it an immersive experience when there ...

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Odell Brewing Releases “D.D.H.” Double Dry Hopped IPA

(Fort Collins, CO) – Odell Brewing’s latest limited release is D.D.H., a Double Dry Hopped Imperial IPA. Dry-hopping has evolved in the last few years as a way to drastically unlock hop aromas and bring more dimension to American craft beer. This process is no new trick for Odell Brewing, who is known for their hop-forward IPAs. “Many of our ...

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Cascade Brewing Releases Chêne des Fous

(Portland, OR) – Cascade Brewing will release its Chêne des Fous 2018 project in 500ml bottles and on draft on Friday, Oct. 11, at its two Portland-area pubs and through its distribution channels. Made in collaboration with Burial Beer Company in Ashville, N.C., Chêne des Fous, pronounced “shen de-FOO,” will also debut at Burial Beer Co.’s Burnpile Harvest Fest on ...

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Comrade Brewing Named 2019 Small Brewing Company Of The Year

October 9, 2019 DENVER, CO— Comrade Brewing was named 2019 Small Brewing Company of the Year by the Brewers Association at the 33rd Great American Beer Festival® awards ceremony at the Colorado Convention Center after receiving gold medals for two of its India Pale Ales. These are the fourth and fifth medals the brewery has won since opening in 2014. ...

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Urban South Brewery Jameson Caskmates Beer Release

October 9, 2019 Urban South Brewery will be throwing a bash to celebrate the release of its Jameson Caskmates beer collaborations. The brewery was chosen as one of the 2019 program participants and recently poured the barrel-aged brews at the Great American Beer Festival. Come out to the taproom (1645 Tchoupitoulas St) for beer, music, food, live art and more. ...

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Powder Flicks, Ski Swag and New Beer! Join Us At Able Seedhouse + Brewery

October 9, 2019 Sip on Able’s New Releases, Catch a Powder-Filled Double-Feature and Win Ski Swag! WHAT:  Ski Double Feature, New Beer, BBQ, Swag and more! We’re dropping two killer ski films to get fired up for the coming season. We are honored to work with Faction Skis to premier their new film, The Collective. And of course we’re amped ...

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Epic Brewing Releases 2019 Big Bad Baptist Variant Series

(Salt Lake City, UT) – Big Bad Baptist Coffee Stout season is getting into full swing this fall at Epic Brewing! The creative brew team that works the wood cellar and imagination cave have devoted themselves to coming up with mind-blowing variants that push the original Baptist into different realms. This year, Epic is releasing five unique variants, each with ...

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Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion IPA No. 14 Hits Shelves

(Paso Robles, CA) – The 14th release in Firestone Walker’s Luponic Distortion IPA Series draws from four continents, quadrupling down on the series’ mantra of “flavors through hops.” Luponic Distortion No. 14 is dry hopped with a blend of seven hops from South Africa, Australia, Germany and the Pacific Northwest, all combining to produce pronounced flavors of white grape, mandarin ...

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Podcast EP 154 – The 300 lb. Beaver in the Room

We sit down with head brewer at Belching Beaver Brewing in San Diego, CA, Troy Smith. We discuss Troy’s journey in San Diego beer including: – Troy’s career before Belching Beaver. – Getting hired away from Coronado. – The 300 lb. Beaver in the Room, the name and branding. – Peanut Butter Milk Stout. – San Diego beer not welcoming ...

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Maui Brewing Goes Off-the-Grid

Maui Brewing’s co-founder Garrett Marrero says sustainability is key to the brewery’s future. (Maui Brewing) October 8, 2019 Growing up in microbrewing pioneer cities San Diego and San Francisco’s Bay Area gave Garrett Marrero a love of craft beer. Hawaii became his second love sometime during his mid-20s, after visiting the islands, especially Maui. He went back three times and ...

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