Evans Brewing Company Receives $1 Million Commitment for Brewery Expansion

Proceeds expected to secure a new brewery location and implement additional growth strategies   (IRVINE, CA)–June 30, 2016–Orange County craft producer Evans Brewing Company has announced a $1 million equity purchase agreement with Kodiak Capital Group, LLC, the net proceeds from which are expected to be used to secure the location for…

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Michigan Brewers Guild Announces Summer Concert Series To Kick off July as Michigan Craft Beer Month

(LANSING, MI) – Home to more than 200 craft breweries, Michigan continues to elevate its standing as a premier destination for agri-beverage tourism. In celebration of this thriving culture, the Michigan Brewers Guild (MBG) is once again proud to announce July as Michigan Craft Beer Month, as recognized annually by…

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Denver Beer Co. Hosts Mile High Summer Shindig

Denver Beer Co. and Outdoor Project to Host Summer Block Party During First Annual Mile High Summer Shindig on Saturday, July 9, 2016   Free event to include games, outdoor gear demos, food, beer, live music from the Gin Doctors and other local bands with proceeds from pint sales going…

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June’s Savory Beer Pairing Match Off: Red Tail Amber Ale Versus Our Rock Point Session IPA With Roasted Vegetable Quesadillas


This month I’m in the mood for something savory and an excuse to drink Red Tail Amber Ale. I’m never quite sure what to pair Amber Ales with, a quick search online gave such a wide variety of options I was left with no more answers than when I started the…

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Island Brewing Company Celebrates 15th Anniversary

(CARPINTERIA, CA) –   Island Brewing Company will celebrate its 15th Anniversary with a weekend of scheduled frivolity and a new Anniversary Beer release starting Friday, July 8 and running through the weekend to Sunday, July 10. Owner and founder Paul Wright started as a homebrewer in 1991 after his wife…

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Oakbrook Brewing Co. Speech for Frederick Lauer Memorial Rededication


A statue honoring a founding father of American brewing is standing tall in Reading, Pennsylvania, once again. Frederick Lauer was the first president of the United States Brewers’ Association. His work sparked the organization and representation of brewers throughout the US and his commitment to brewing is admired today through…

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AleSmith Brewing to Distribute Beer Throughout Nevada

California’s top-rated brewery to partner with Bonanza Beverage Company to offer its award-winning beers in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada San Diego, California (June 28, 2016) — Southern California’s AleSmith Brewing Company is pleased to announce a partnership with Las Vegas-based Bonanza Beverage Company to facilitate distribution and sale of…

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3 San Diego Beach Breweries You’ll Love


If you are planning a trip to tour the small and independent brewery scene in San Diego, a town with about 125 breweries, it’s a good idea to get help from people who know the lay of the land. That’s what I did when CraftBeer.com accepted my pitch to write a…

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Lone Tree Brewing and Odell Brewing Collaborate on American IPA to Support CancerBlows

LONE TREE, CO — Earlier this month Lone Tree Brewing Company and Odell Brewing Co. collaborated on a big, juicy American IPA brewed with Chinook, Simcoe®, and Mosaic hops to support CancerBlows, an organization that supports the Ryan Anthony Foundation. This limited brew will be available at the Brews 4…

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Behind the Revival of an Old Style: Bière de Garde


Some beers just can’t seem to get respect. Bière de garde is a beer style that enthralls brewers even while confounding them in how to get consumers to try these brews. Much like its sister farmhouse ale, the Belgian-style saison, bière de garde is better known to European drinkers than to…

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