Chicago Brewery’s Wild Trip Down a Hazy IPA Rabbit Hole to GABF Gold

Gary Gulley, middle left, and his team at Alarmist Brewing in Chicago almost didn’t want to make a New England-style IPA. They ended up winning gold for it. (Alarmist Brewing) September 23, 2019 Gary Gulley never expected he’d be calling his wife to tell her their Chicago brewery, Alarmist Brewing, had won a gold medal at the Great American Beer ...

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Reviewed: Samuel Adams OctoberFest

Official description: In 1810, the Oktoberfest tradition was born when Munich celebrated the Crown Prince’s wedding with a special beer and 16-day party. Our version of this classic style blends hearty malts for a deep, smooth flavor with notes of caramel, creating a brew that’s perfect for the season, or whatever you’re celebrating. Malts: Samuel Adams two-row pale malt blend, ...

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Coronado Brewing Collaborates with Iconic Salty Crew Brand

September 20, 2019 SAN DIEGO – Coronado Brewing Company is thrilled to announce a new year-round collaboration with lifestyle and apparel brand, Salty Crew. This partnership unites two iconic San Diego brands, whose roots both aim to connect with the water; Coronado Brewing’s “stay coastal” ethos perfectly aligns with Salty Crew’s mission to bring watermen back to their core: the ...

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Join CraftBeer.com for Sit & Sip at 2019 Great American Beer Festival

See CraftBeer.com’s featured speakers at Sit & Sip during GABF 2019. September 20, 2019 CraftBeer.com’s mission is to bring you stories about the people behind America’s small and independent breweries. Each year at the Great American Beer Festival, we bring that mission to life through our Sit & Sip speakers. We’re excited to announce the 2019 Sit & Sip featured ...

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Bear Republic Challenge Series #10 A Myrcene IPA Release

(Cloverdale, CA) – Challenge Series #10 A Myrcene IPA is the newest ale from Bear Republic Brewing Company and clocks in at 6.8% abv. This IPA has all the good stuff: citrus, pine, stone fruit and classic west-coast hoppiness. Two-row malt and wheat along with our house yeast create a balanced finish. “A Myrcene IPA delivers an epic hop terpene ...

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Atlanta Brewing Celebrates 26 Years!

(Atlanta, GA) – Celebrate 26 years of craft beer in Georgia with the original Atlanta brewery – Atlanta Brewing Co. The brewery will host a party at their Upper Westside Atlanta taproom on September 28th starting at noon. The celebration is free to attend, with VIP ticket options available for purchase. As part of the celebration, ABC will release 3 ...

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Firestone Walker Introduces Coconut Merlin

(Paso Robles, CA) –  With an infusion of freshly toasted coconuts and a touch of seasonal sorcery, Brewmaster Matt “Merlin” Brynildson has conjured up Coconut Merlin—a uniquely flavored brew for fall and winter. Coconut Merlin is now available at all Firestone Walker locations and begins rolling out next week in draft and 12-ounce can (six pack) formats to all Firestone ...

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Juicy Brews Hudson Valley Craft Beer Festival

September 19, 2019 Saturday Sept 28th join us at the Juicy Brews Hudson Valley Craft Beer Festival, featuring some of the best craft breweries in the country. This family-friendly craft beer festival is being held at beautiful Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park Beacon, New York. Kids (and pets) get in FREE with a ticketed adult. Come up from New ...

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Figurehead Brewing Company Turns 3

September 19, 2019 SEATTLE — Figurehead Brewing Company, a craft brewery in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood, recently celebrated its three-year anniversary. To mark the occasion, founders Bob Monroe, Jesse Duncan and Jesse Warner have shared their story in a piece by Holly Regan, published today on the Washington Beer Blog. Bucking the area trend of a hop-focused tap list, the brewery ...

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Reviewed: Russian River It Takes A Lot Of Great Beer To Make Great Wine

Official description: There is an old familiar saying in the wine business: “It takes a lot of great beer to make great wine!” Winemakers, cellar workers, and grape pickers alike rarely (if ever) reach for a nice big glass of red wine in the middle of harvest. Wine is quite delicious, but not very refreshing on a hot summer day. ...

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