Thirsty Monk Unveils Rare and Specialty Beers at the 6th Annual Not So Big BIG Beer Fest

May 16, 2019 What: Thirsty Monk, brewer of Belgian-Rooted Modern Ales and operator of world-recognized craft beer and craft cocktail bars, presents the 6th Annual Not So Big BIG Beer Fest during Asheville Beer Week. Anchored right in the middle of Asheville Beer Week, this intimate beer festival will feature specialty beers from America’s top breweries all in one place, ...

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GoodLife Brewing Celebrates 8th Anniversary

May 16, 2019 BEND, OR — 2,920 days, 3,854 batches of beers, and here we are about to celebrate our 8th Anniversary. The beer industry has changed immensely in that time but one thing that remains the same is your loyal support and we can’t thank you enough for that. We’d love to celebrate our 8th Anniversary with you and ...

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Ninety9Bottles Craft Beer Festival

May 15, 2019 Ninety9Bottles Craft Beer Festival is back for it’s 6th Annual Festival where Festival goers will enjoy a variety of New England based Craft Brews while overlooking beautiful Norwalk Harbor up atop the hill at Oyster Shell Park. We will be pouring samples of 75+ CRAFT BEERS; some old favorites and some that you have yet to experience including ...

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20 Pennsylvania Breweries Release Veterans Brew For Memorial Weekend

May 15, 2019 Breweries In PA is excited to introduce “Hurry Up And Wait” the beer brewed by Pennsylvania Veterans in support of Pennsylvania Veterans. 20 veteran owned/ operated breweries in Pennsylvania have joined forces to release this beer in celebration of Memorial Weekend 2019. See a video from the brew day here! A portion of proceeds from this beer ...

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Station 26 Releases Brut Rosé IPA in Cans

May 15, 2019 DENVER, CO— Summer is shining through at Station 26 Brewing Co. as the Park Hill brewery announces a new canned offering. Introducing Brut Rosé IPA, now available in six packs of 12 ounce cans across the Front Range. Brut Rosé IPA is a dry and sparkling, bubbly brut IPA, weighing in at 6.3% ABV with 22 IBUs. ...

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Boulevard Brewing Releases Hold The Pancakes to Kick off First Fridays Collection

(Kansas City, MO) – Almost 30 years ago, Boulevard founder John McDonald began sharing kegs of beer with the local arts community at Friday gallery openings, drawing people into the urban core in the spirit of exploration. These celebrations of creativity sprouted spontaneously throughout the country to become First Fridays, a convergence of arts, culture and activism that continues to ...

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Podcast EP 136 – Moving Up The Ranks – Sam Tierney

This week, we are joined by Sam Tierney, Head Brewer at Firestone Walker – The Propagator in Venice, CA. We discuss many topics with Sam including: – Sam’s early days on RateBeer, ticking and trading. – Being classically trained to brew at The Siebel Institute. – Knocking on doors looking for his first beer job. – Getting hired at Firestone ...

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Flying Fish Brewing Company Releases “Stormy Skies” New England IPA

May 14, 2019 SOMERDALE, NJ – Flying Fish Brewing Company, 10-time medal winners at the Great American Beer Festival, will be releasing Stormy Skies NEIPA, a beer that almost didn’t see the light of day. Flying Fish production employee, Mike Jadach, created this hazy, 7.3%, double dry hopped beauty for a home-brew competition. However, his entry in the competition was ...

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Karl Strauss and Cervecería Colorado Release Cajeta Borracha in Denver

May 14, 2019 DENVER, CO— Karl Strauss Brewing Company and Cervecería Colorado collaborated together to brew an English Mild called Cajeta Borracha during CBC week in Denver, Colorado. This beer, brewed with roasted plantains, cinnamon bark, vanilla beans, and Cajeta, and is now available at Cervecería Colorado. Even with more than 35 years of brewing experience between them, Jason Beuhler, ...

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Meet The Butterflies Breaking into the Brewing Business

May 14, 2019 GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The frosted elfin is a small brown butterfly about the size of a nickel. Despite its unremarkable appearance, this rare butterfly has the notable achievement of contributing to its own conservation by helping make a beer.  Brewers from First Magnitude Brewing Co. and scientists from the Florida Museum of Natural History teamed up to ...

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