Creature Comforts Works with Chefs to Design a Beer Specifically for Food

The science behind beer and food pairing can seem intimidating if you’re new to it, but Creature Comforts Brewing Company in Athens, Georgia, is releasing a beer that could help you get started. The brewery announced Epicurious, a beer designed first and foremost to pair with food. (MORE: Peanut Butter…

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Half Full Brewery creates new collaboration-based series of beers called the “Community Sourced Ales Project”; Partners with Rise Coffee for first release

STAMFORD, CT – September 29th 2016 – Half Full Brewery (“Half Full”) is happy to announce the release of a new collaboration-based series of beers called the Community Sourced Ales Project (“CSA Project”). The CSA Project will highlight collaborations with both brewers and other craft –centric local businesses. The first beer in this…

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What Goes Through a Brewer’s Mind Before the Great American Beer Festival

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Here at CraftBeer.com, we can hardly contain our excitement for this year’s Great American Beer Festival. We’ve shared our fond memories of past years and put together a survival guide of sorts for those whose first year is at hand. As gripping as our descriptions may be, nothing captures the…

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9 Breweries You’ll Want to Follow on Instagram

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Instagram is an incredible tool for building a following, whether you’re a band, a real estate company or a brewery. The practically mandatory use of hashtags means that you’re automatically targeting people who care about that topic, so people that wouldn’t necessarily discover your brand on Facebook may stumble across your…

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Here’s a Toast to Meaningful Conversation Sparked by Games and Craft Brew

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Remember those outrageous parties in college? Even if the details are fuzzy, most of us probably share those hilarious, downright ridiculous experiences from our early twenties. But it seems like the further we drift away from our college days, the less creative we get with our drinking and, in general,…

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Full Pour: Freehouse Brewery’s Arthur Lucas Wants to Define ‘Good Beer’

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At first, Arthur Lucas’s path to opening Freehouse Brewery in North Charleston, South Carolina, may sound familiar: overstressed ambitious person leaves the corporate world to open a brewery. But he wasn’t motivated purely by stress — he’s on a very personal mission to make clean, good beer. Lucas, a former Capitol Hill…

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Should You Bring Your Dog to Breweries?

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Those who know me know how much I love my dog. Butters T. Doggie is my very good buddy — a “Yes, he is. Yes, he izzzz … Who’s my good buddy?” (Sorry, I get carried away.) As much as I love enjoying a craft beer or two with my best furry…

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5 Key Lime Pie Beers That Taste Even Better Than the Real Thing

Just when it feels like fall is creeping in, we get one last burst of summertime with the tropical flavors of National Key Lime Pie Day. Yes — ever Sept. 23 is, in fact, a “holiday” to celebrate key lime pie. This sweet and tart dessert deserves it, being an…

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Kevin Hammons Appointed Director of Brewing for Evans Brewing Company

IRVINE, CA–(Sep. 22, 2016)–Southern California craft beer producer Evans Brewing Company, publicly traded under the stock symbol “ALES,” today announced the hiring of Kevin Hammons, an experienced craft brewer and brewery manager, to serve as Director of Brewing at the company’s Orange County, California brewery.  As Director of Brewing, Mr.…

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Heavy Seas Celebrates 21st Birthday with NEW Anniversary Ale

BALTIMORE, MD — Heavy Seas Beer is excited to announce the release of 21, an anniversary ale to celebrate the brewery’s 21st year of brewing craft beer in Baltimore. This Imperial Rye ESB aged in local Sagamore Spirit rye whiskey barrels, will be released in early December within the “Uncharted…

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