Station 26 Brewing Co. Releases First Seasonal In Cans, Lemondrop Wheat

DENVER, CO — Station 26 Brewing Co. is releasing Lemondrop Wheat in cans this week in stores across the Colorado Front Range. Lemondrop Wheat is the brewery’s first seasonal can, and the sixth addition to Station 26’s lineup of canned brews. This beer is made with Lemondrop hops and a…

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Which Beer Sparked Your Craft Beer Aha Moment?

Which beer sparked your craft beer aha moment? It’s one of those questions that’s always fun to ask friends, so we decided to ask people who work in craft beer to tell us theirs. We’d love to hear about your aha moment. Tell us about it in the comments section.…

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Pelican Brewing Company wins big at the 2017 Australian International Beer Awards

Pelican Brewing Company last night snapped up 10 international awards including its third time as Champion Medium International Brewery at the 2017 Australian International Beer Awards, the largest annual competition of its kind in the world judging both draught and packaged beer. Pelican pulled in honors for: CHAMPION              Medium…

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How to Get the Most Out an Ale Trail [Infographic]


Our handy beer trails infographic has everything you want to know. If you’re researching your next beercation, don’t spend days trying to be your own travel agent. Instead, explore beer trails.     (BEER TRAVEL: You Should Consider These Beercations) If you have tips for the trail, we want to hear…

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RiverWalk Brewing Co. Releases Popular CitraBus in Cans

Starting May 18th, one of RiverWalk Brewing’s most popular beers— CitraBus — will be available in 16 oz. cans. The versatile hoppy ale walks the line between a Pale Ale and IPA with generous amounts of Citra and Columbus hops. “CitraBus was occasionally available in the taproom for growler fills…

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SouthNorte Beer Co. Blends Border Cultures


The San Diego craft brewing scene is about to be infused with some Mexican flavor. The formation and launch of SouthNorte Beer Co., an American brewery that blends the rustic flair of Mexico with the art of San Diego craft brewing, was announced today. SouthNorte celebrates the intersection of two…

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10 Beer and Food Pairings That Wow Craft Brewers


An expertly handcrafted beer from a small and independent craft brewer is a beautiful thing, but pair that beer with the right food and the results can change both the food and the beer in ways you’d never expect. We asked brewers and brewery founders across the country to share…

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Brewery’s Clever Video Conjures Up Memories of 80s Rock and Roll


If you head to Four String Brewing Company’s website, it says they brew “rock n’ roll craft beer.” The brewery’s “About” page reads like a grungy concert t-shirt your mom made into dust rags so she’d never have to see you wear it again: “It’s rock or perish.” The Four…

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Grain Trust: Craft Malt, Craft Beer and What it Means to be Local


“Support your local brewery” is beginning to take on an entirely new meaning. Many craft beer enthusiasts are familiar with the Brewers Association stat that 75 percent of legal-drinking-age adults live within 10 miles of a brewery. But most breweries haven’t had the luxury of living as close to their…

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Yoga in the Dark with Blue Blaze

When not seeing can be helpful… Experience the benefits of blindfolded yoga with Metrolina Association for the blind. Jessi Sauls will lead participants through a blindfolded yoga class from 11:30a – 12:30p on the Stewart Creek Greenway outside the Blue Blaze taproom. By restricting sight, participants will enhance and activate…

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