9 Beers to Match Your Personal Phobias


Spiders. Snakes. Creepy clowns. Most of us know what it’s like to have an irrational fear, whether it’s acrophobia (fear of heights), mysophobia (fear of germs), or hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia (fear of long words). Luckily, as with most things in life, phobias are easier to handle when you’ve had a beer —…

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Rahr & Sons Brewing Releases Barrel-aged Winter Warmer


FORT WORTH, TEXAS – In November, Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. will release its popular Bourbon Barrel Aged Winter Warmer (BBAWW), aged 100 percent in Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey barrels for the first time. Rahr & Sons partnered with Jack Daniel’s as part of its barrel program in…

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Hoppin’ Frog Releases Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter Cans


We are excited to announce that we will be releasing our Infusion A: Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter in CANS! 4pk/12oz for $14.99. No limit. Swirls of heavenly chocolate and peanut butter flavors surround your senses, as you enjoy this wonderful maze of complexity that is “Infusion A”. The first…

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How Space Launched Huntsville’s Craft Beer Scene


In 1958, teams of rocket scientists and engineers held their breath in Mission Control as the Juno I rocket pushed the first U.S. satellite into space. It was one of the first rockets developed in Huntsville, Alabama, and it launched the city into its new role as a space and…

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Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest Raises Thousands for Local Charity


Lake George, NY – 1,200 people set out for Lake George this past Saturday, October 14th for the 12th Annual Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest for Charity. The record-setting crowd (previous attendance high was 550) enjoyed an afternoon full of polka music, beer, wine, and cider sampling from area producers, German food,…

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Buy Anheuser-Busch InBev? Craft Beer Wants to ‘Take Craft Back’


Tired of seeing headlines about Big Beer gobbling up your favorite craft breweries? Then you’ll want to be part of the movement to Take Craft Back, a new crowdfunding campaign to buy Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev). Take Craft Back has a ginormous goal: crowdsource $213 billion (yes, billion) to buy…

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Cut For The Cause: Russian River Offers Chance to Cut Pliny the Younger Line

This week, CraftBeer.com updated readers on some of the breweries impacted by the devastating fires raging in the California counties of Napa and Sonoma. One company, Russian River Brewing, had been spared of damage, but sadly some of Vinnie and Natalie Cilurzo’s employees lost everything in a blaze that has…

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Roughtail Brewing Hosts First Oklahoma AHA Rally


Roughtail Brewing Company and the American Homebrewers Association are partnering together to bring the first AHA Rally to Oklahoma on November 11. Oklahoma homebrewers are invited to the brewery for the afternoon to enjoy Roughtail beer, as well as take home 5 gallons of wort to ferment at home. Attendees…

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Green Eggs and Beer: What You Can Learn from Dr. Seuss


They say experience is the best teacher, and the only way to experience something is to be a student. I’m about to encourage you to experience something entirely new today. And if you’re thinking it’s a plate of green eggs or maybe a pint of green beer, you’re absolutely correct!…

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Lord Hobo Brewing Company Expands


Massachusetts-based Lord Hobo Brewing Co. (LHBCo.) today announced plans to expand into New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. The company has appointed Hunterdon Brewing Co. for state-wide sales in New Jersey, and Gretz Beer and Penn Beer for distribution throughout Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania. “Our ragging fans in PA and NJ…

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