28 Lucky Winners will Discover a Grand Canyon State of Mind on the Trip of a Lifetime with the Grand Canyon Brewing Company Team

Raft through 277 river miles over 8 days in the Grand Canyon Brewing Company rafting trip sweepstakes, sponsored by Grand Canyon Expeditions  Phoenix, AZ (August 30, 2013)— The Grand Canyon Brewing Company is teaming up with the Grand Canyon Expeditions for the trip of a lifetime! Beginning September 1, 2013…

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Lucky Town Brewing to Locate in Midtown Jackson, MS

After months of searching for the best location, Lucky Town Brewing Company has found the perfect home for the microbrewery. The property is located at 1710 North Mill Street in the heart of Jackson – Mississippi’s capital and largest city. Midtown Jackson is home to a diverse array of businesses,…

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Early Days of Beer and Thunder

Thunder Beer Label How often does the simple desire for a full-flavored beer become a 30 year-long legacy? Michael Laybourn, one of the founders of Mendocino Brewing, shares his story of how a homebrewed beer grew and helped spur a craft beer revolution. What is your first beer memory? Michael…

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NOLA Brewing Opens Taproom

New Orleans, LA (August 29, 2013) – NOLA Brewing Co. (New Orleans, LA) will be opening a taproom on September 10, 2013 at 4 p.m. to sell beer directly to consumers. The taproom will have 16 beers on tap, comprised of eight beers from NOLA’s regular line-up and eight specialty…

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Short’s Brewing Company offsets electricity consumption with renewable energy

Bellaire, Mich. – Short’s Brewing Company, Northern Michigan’s largest craft brewery, today announced it has purchased 538,552 kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy credits (RECs) generated by wind farms across America. Short’s Brewing Company’s REC purchase from Boulder, Colo.-based Renewable Choice Energy will offset 100 percent of the company’s electricity…

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New Line of Chalkboard Tap Handles

The U.S. had over 300 new breweries open their doors in 2012, bringing new brews onto the craft beer scene and adding to the already booming industry. There’s no doubt that craft beer is becoming more popular and with that comes more beers in more bars and every keg of…

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Craft Beer’s for More Than Braising

Homebrewer Michael Ludwig shares some of his favorite recipes for cooking with beer, including Stone Smoked Porter Spicy Slow Cooked Pork Shoulder, Bam Noir Braised Sauerkraut and Vegetable Salad and Dark Chocolate Chipotle Zucchini Bread Featuring Left Hand Nitro Stout. Read More Read More From CraftBeer.com

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Sour Wheat Beers: American Innovation Meets Old World Invention

Sour wheat beers have seen a mini revival in the past decade—especially in the U.S.—where craft brewers have not only adopted the traditional German and Belgian brewing methods, but also modernized them with the addition of interesting herbs, fruits and spices. Read More Read More From CraftBeer.com

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Full Sail Brewing Company Releases Oktoberfest (LTD 07)

Why fly to Munich for a genuine Oktoberfest Lager when this one could be inches from your lips?  The newest addition to Full Sail’s Limited Lager Series (LTD), Oktoberfest is the seventh recipe in the LTD line-up. Although it’s new to the LTD series, the recipe is a Full Sail…

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