Anchor Brewing Company Extends Partnership with California State Parks Foundation  

San Francisco, CA (August 24, 2016) – In a continued effort to preserve and protect California’s natural heritage, Anchor Brewing Company launches a membership drive for the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF). In February of 2013, Anchor Brewing initiated a partnership with CSPF in conjunction with the release of Anchor California…

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A Look at Summer 2016 Beer Trends

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Hey, everybody! Sally here, your friendly neighborhood blogger. I’ve been attending lots of social events in the last few weeks all over Brooklyn, New York, in order to keep an eye on what’s trending. Back in March, I discussed my predictions for what would trend this year in the world…

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Full Pour: Black Cloister’s Shannon Fink on the Perception of Women Brewers

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Twenty years ago, downtown Toledo, Ohio, definitely didn’t look the way it does now. The Toledo Mud Hens AAA baseball team moved into downtown in 2002, then, slowly, the restaurants came — and the events, too; then the Millennials started moving into revitalized old warehouses that had stood vacant for…

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Ohio’s Commonhouse Ales, Built to be a Force for Good, ‘Humbled’ After Warehouse Fire

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Lenny Kolada, founder of Commonhouse Ales, a brand new brewery in Columbus, Ohio, started the brewery with community service in mind — but what he never counted on was Commonhouse would so soon be a recipient of good will. Commonhouse brewed its first beer July 5. They packaged it during…

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Unveiling the Illusion of Choice Facing America’s Craft Beer Lovers

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Supporting small and independent craft brewers is essential to advancing beer — and you as a beer lover are a vital player in this narrative, even if you don’t realize it. Do you think retailers have this mantra top of mind on your behalf? Do large brewers? Who’d have thought small…

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Brew Guru™ App Is Your New Favorite Beer Friend

What’s better than craft beer? Finding deals on craft beer. Meet Brew Guru™, a new app from the American Homebrewers Association (AHA). Brew Guru isn’t solely for homebrewers, either. The app will help beer lovers of all types find info about America’s small and independent breweries, and even sniff out…

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Your Pumpkin-free Beer Guide to 2016 Fall Seasonals

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Pumpkin beers. We love them — lots of beer lovers do. But when you’re staring down the gauntlet of new releases at the craft beer store, sometimes you want to reach for something different. (That’s why we love craft beer, right? Discovering all those flavors!) That’s exactly why we’re putting…

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Ninkasi Brewing Company Unveils New Sleigh’r Packaging

Sleigh’r Winter Ale Returns in 12 & 22-Ounce Bottles & Draft Sept. 2016 EUGENE, Ore.—Ninkasi Brewing Company, an independent craft brewery based in Eugene, Oregon, unveils a brand-new look for its popular winter seasonal, Sleigh’r. Brewed with Alt yeast and paired with a smooth, rich profile, Sleigh’r returns to the…

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A Delectably Moist Chocolate Cake Chills with Our Classic Redwood Oatmeal Stout

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  I’m loving this whole one beer pairing a month thing, especially because this month I’m suffering from a major sweet tooth. And what Mendocino Brew do you grab when you’ve got a sweet tooth? I’m going to go, unequivocally, with our Redwood Oatmeal Stout. Now this is one of…

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People’s Brewing Company Is on a Mission in Indiana

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Lafayette, Indiana, is a far cry from a beer destination. Nestled in between Indianapolis and Chicago, it’s home to Purdue University, an amateur baseball team, the state’s oldest frozen custard business and a handful of businesses. It’s a quiet town, especially when Purdue’s out for the summer. But between local…

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