Tennessee Brew Works: Block Party 2016

Nashville, Tennessee – June 25, 2016 – Tennessee Brew Works Block Party is coming to Pie Town for the 3rd year! Tennessee Brew Works, which began brewing beer professionally in August 2013, has announced that they will host the 3rd Annual Tennessee Brew Works Block Party Saturday, June 25th, at 809 Ewing Avenue,…

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Spirit Quest: Aging Beer in Tequila Barrels


In the world of barrel-aged beer, bourbon and whiskey are the reigning kings. These two spirit barrels have dominated the idea of barrel-aging because they are comparatively easy to get since bourbon can only be used once, according to the law. Curiosity, challenge-seeking, and a love of spirits has driven…

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Payette Brewing Introduces Blood Orange Rustler IPA in Cans

Payette Brewing Company 111 West 33rd Street Boise, Idaho 83714 208.344.0011 | Paige Coyle paige@payettebrewing.com  www.payettebrewing.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Payette Brewing Company’s Blood Orange Rustler IPA Available Year Round in Cans Boise, Idaho (May 26, 2016) – Payette Brewing Company, Idaho’s largest brewery, announces a new brand to the year-round…

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10 Must-Visit Beer Stops in Jacksonville Beach


While Florida’s Cigar City Brewing and Funky Buddha Brewery are names most beer lovers will know across the country, their explosive growth rate has caught the attention of a new crop of craft brewery start-ups . While a large portion of that growth revolves around the Tampa/St. Petersburg and Miami/Ft.…

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Mendocino’s Top 4 Memorial Day Brews


While it’s a day created to honor those who’ve lost there lives for fighting for our country, Memorial Day is also thought of as the first official day of summer. That means it’s time to take out the lawn furniture, fire up the charcoal grill, and switch over to your…

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Karl Strauss Brewing Company Named California’s Brewery of the Year for 2016

Karl Strauss Brewing Company has proudly accepted the honor of being named Brewery of the Year for 2016 by the California Travel (CalTravel) Association. Each year the association holds an awards ceremony to recognize standout organizations throughout the state that have helped to develop the California tourism brand. Karl Strauss…

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2016 Craft Beer Summer Seasonals


With less than a month until the official first day of summer, the days are getting longer and the countdown to your annual beach vacation has begun (hopefully to one of these beer-y beach towns). America’s craft brewers want to make sure you have the perfect beer to accompany all…

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FERMÆNTRA Erinyes Cranberry Sour Bottle Release

In honor of American Craft Beer Week, please join us this Saturday, 5/21 at noon, for our very first bottle release! Erinyes, a sour ale with brett, aged on cranberries and American oak, will be available on draft and in a limited amount of 500 hand-numbered bottles. Try it now…

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From Bees to Bottles

Independence, OR – Rogue Ales celebrates its 7,140,289 honeybees with the release of Honey Kolsch and Marionberry Braggot, both made with honey foraged from Rogue Farms spring nectar sources including marionberry, cherry, jalapeño, cucumber, pumpkins and wildflower blossoms. The unique flavor found in this spring’s honey harvest is highlighted in both beer…

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Eye of the Hawk Vs. Imperial Barley Wine Ale: Which Pairs Best with Our Robust Mushroom and Potato Dinner?


  For this month’s beer pairing, I wanted to do something more robust for those of of us who are less salad eaters (link to last month’s post) and more into good ol’ fashioned potato based dishes. After finding the recipes I wanted to try, the next step was to…

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