Amplified Ale Works Announces Investment Opportunity to Fans Amid Expansion Plans to Lemon Grove

January 15, 2020 SAN DIEGO, California – Amplified Ale Works will launch a crowdfunding campaign Friday, January 17th as well as announce its plans to open a production facility in the city of Lemon Grove in San Diego County. This crowdfunding campaign, operated through WeFunder, provides fans of Amplified an opportunity to invest in the future of one of their ...

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Bushfire Benefit – A Fundraiser For Our Mates Down Under At Kyber Pass Pub in Philadelphia

January 15, 2020 Philadelphia, PA – Khyber Pass Pub, in partnership with Australian native and local Philly publicist, Kylie Flett, is proud to present Bushfire Benefit — a Fundraiser For Our Mates Down Under on Saturday, January 25. From noon to 4 pm, guests will enjoy Aussie themed booze, fare, live music, and more, while raising much needed funds for ...

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Podcast EP 167 – Craft Beer’s Nemesis: Katzenbrau Part 2

We are back for part two of our very interesting conversation with Craft Beer’s nemesis Daniel Katzen aka @katzenbrau. WE continue on picking Cat’s brain with topics such as: – Craft beer around 2014 – Craft beer in 2019 – Thoughts on Brewers Association. – Thoughts on GABF competition. – BJCP and GABF style guide. – Cicerone talk. – Does ...

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Farmers Brewing Brews First Beer In New Facility

Farmers Brewing Co. newly operational 25,000-square- foot facility located just outside of Princeton, CA. January 14, 2020 PRINCETON, Calif.– Farmers Brewing Co. brewed its first batch of beer at its newly completed 25,000-square-foot state of the art 40 BBL brewery on Jan. 13. The farm to glass brews will be hitting establishments in Glenn, Butte, Tehama, Colusa, Yuba, Sutter, Yolo ...

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Rogue Beer’s Dreamland Lager to Fund Skateparks Across the Country

(Newport, OR) – Dare. Risk. Dream. Rogue Ales & Spirits continues to live their motto with the release of Dreamland American Lager, a new year-round beer brewed in partnership with Dreamland Skateparks to benefit skateparks across the country. “For the last 31 years it has been our privilege to lift up our friends and neighbors by giving back wherever and ...

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Heavy Seas Beer’s Blackbeard’s Breakfast Returns With its Original Recipe and a Tiramisu Variant

January 14, 2020 BALTIMORE – The “Uncharted Waters” series by Heavy Seas Beer will soon welcome the 2020 edition of Blackbeard’s Breakfast, an Imperial Coffee Porter aged in bourbon barrels, available in both 4 packs of 12oz bottles and on draft. The brewery will also be introducing an extremely limited, draft only variant of the beer brewed with lactose. Blackbeard’s ...

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Tennessee Brew Works Releases Secret City Imperial IPA

January 14, 2020 “What you see here, what you do here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here.” – WWII Billboard at “Secret City,” Oak Ridge, Tenn. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Brew Works gives a nod to a more secret part of the state’s history with the release of Secret City Imperial IPA today. The ...

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Dust Bowl Brewing Introduces Supine Mega IPA

(Turlock, CA) – Dust Bowl Brewing Co. announces the release of Supine Mega India Pale Ale, its first new specialty package in 2020. Sold in pint cans and draft, Supine is available in on- and off-premise accounts throughout California and parts of Nevada, and at all Dust Bowl Brewing Co. taprooms in Turlock and Monterey, California. Brewmaster Don Oliver shares ...

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Tropical Grasslands – Cascade Brewing’s First Sour Beer in a Can

(Portland, OR) – Cascade Brewing, a pioneer of the sour beer renaissance, is releasing its first sour beer in a can. Tropical Grasslands is available in single 12 ounce cans starting today at both Cascade Brewing pubs in Portland; four packs are available through very limited distribution in California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. This beer will not be available on ...

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Reviewed: Sierra Nevada 40th Hoppy Anniversary Ale

Official description: Hop-forward beers weren’t popular when we started brewing in 1980. But we loved them, and we knew that if we were going to open a brewery, we’d better make something distinctive. It’s been 40 years since then, and we’re still brewing what we love. This beer showcases the bold flavors and aromas of a classic West Coast IPA: ...

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