All We can Say is. . . Thanks for a Great Year!

#craftbeer At the Auburn Alehouse, we’ve been fortunate to enjoy a steady increase in business, virtually since we opened our doors some five years ago. But times have been tough for many businesses in Auburn and Old Town, so we feel especially fortunate to have the concept behind our business resonate…

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The Beer Wench interviews Sarah Huska

   This here post represents the first of what we will make a regular section of the Blog moving forward; Guest Posts. Craft beer has some very unique personalities and incredibly talented writers and bloggers, and we here at Firestone recognize that and want to incorporate more of their voices…

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Beer Sessions Radio (TM) – Episode 94 – American Style Belgians

This week on Beer Sessions Radio (TM) there’s a battle going on between Belgian beers made in the homeland and American-style Belgians. Tune in as guests B.R. Rolya from Shelton Brothers as well as Greg Curley and Chris Genua from Double Windsor debate what are some of the best brews…

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Beer Sessions Radio (TM) – Episode 93 – Peekskill Brewery

This week on Beer Session Radio, Jimmy & Jen are joined by the guys of Peekskill Brewery in the Hudson Valley. Jeff “The Chief” O’Neil, Sean Corcoran & Keith Berardi. Learn more about their American craft brewery and some of the interesting beers they have introduced to the market including…

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We Brewed. We Blended. We Conquered!

GABF Medals on the Deconstructed Poster   So much has happened since our last post in early September I’m not quite sure where to begin. Last post we were talking about the winemaker’s blending session here at the brewery in Paso. Since then we’ve attended Great American Beer Festival (GABF)…

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Beer Sessions Radio (TM) – Episode 92 – All About Sake

This week on Beer Sessions Radio it’s all about Japanese beers and sakes. Joined by a venerable panel of Japanese culture and sake experts, including importer George Kao, Philip Gilmour of Momo Sushi Shack, and Kaori Eda, this episode uncovers the rich history of of this Japanese rice spirit, from…

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