Creature Comforts to Can Year-Round – Bibo – This May

Creature Comforts Brewing Company will package its year-round Pilsner, Bibo [Bēbō], in cans for the first time in early May. Bibo will join Tropicália (American IPA) and Athena (Berliner Weisse) as the third year-round offering to be made available in cans. Bibo cans are set to release in Athens the…

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Funk n’ Barrels Series Beer Release on 5/15 at Good Nature Taproom

Good Nature Farm Brewery & Tap Room 8 Broad Street Hamilton, New York 13346 315-824-BEER(2337) aurora@goodnaturebrewing.com / carrie@goodnaturebrewing.com     Funk n’ Barrels Series Beer Release on 5/15 at Good Nature Taproom Hamilton, New York   On May 15, 2015 Good Nature Farm Brewery will be releasing ACT 1: Bourbon…

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Bring Back the Bock! Chuckanut Brewery Tapping Maibock!

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen at 601 W. Holly St, Bellingham will be tapping its first Maibock on May 1st! Maibock is lighter in color, but similar in strength to the true Bock Chuckanut releases in early winter. The Maibock has been cold aging for two months, creating a slightly sweet,…

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Beer Guys Radio Show Adds Affiliates

Atlanta (April 25, 2016) – The Beer Guys Radio Show is growing. Starting on May 7,  the Southeast’s longest running and most successful craft beer radio show will add 92.9 FM / 1450 AM (WTKI) in Huntsville, Alabama and 94.7 FM / 1490 AM (WEKI) in Decatur, Alabama to their…

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Which Beer Goes Better with this Chopped Greek Salad? White Hawk India Pale Ale or Butte Creek Pilsner?

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The school of thought that I’ve always been taught is that pilsners or IPAs are great pairings with Mediterranean meals. Unfortunately for us, we sort of have to guess what people mean by Mediterranean food. It’s a big region filled with lots of options. Kabobs? Lamb gyros? In my case,…

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TrackTown USA Teams Up With Ninkasi Brewing & Bigfoot Beverages to Bring Runner-Approved Craft Beer to Fan Festival at Hayward Field in July

EUGENE, Ore. – Few things in life go together better than craft beer and running, especially in the state of Oregon. The Eugene-Springfield community, also known as TrackTown USA, is home to the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field, and a thriving craft beer community. When Ninkasi…

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Cascade Brewing Expands Distribution Across the U.S.

PORTLAND, Ore. – Cascade Brewing, which has been rapidly expanding into markets across the nation, has announced distribution deals in more than a dozen new markets. The producer of award-winning Northwest sour ales has begun shipping its 750 ml bottled products to Alabama (Pinnacle Distributing); Connecticut (Sarene Craft Beer Distributors); Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. and West Virginia (Kysela…

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Oskar Blues Austin Sneak Peek

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Aggressive. It’s a word you’ll hear thrown around in Oskar Blues’ rhetoric—a lot. The makers of the hopped up Dale’s Pale Ale, and the holders of the claim to fame of craft beer’s first brewery to package in cans are at it again—this time using the word aggressive to describe…

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Chicagos.Beer Opens Beta Website to the Public

Chicagos.Beer Opens Beta Website to the PublicFirst of Its Kind Brewery Directory Launches in Chicago Chicago, IL – Chicagos.Beer announces the launch of its interactive Illinois brewery directory. The first of its kind on the market, Chicagos.Beer solves the frustrations of craft beer fans when trying to easily find established…

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Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Releases Blood Orange Double Daddy Imperial IPA

First Speakeasy Ales & Lagers doubled down on hops and malt. Then they put Double Daddy in a can. Now they’re raising the stakes with citrus in a special edition of Double Daddy Imperial IPA made with blood oranges. It will be served for the first time on Saturday, April 23,…

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