Lake Erie Algae Crisis Inspires Ohio Brewery’s Green Beer

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This green beer isn’t to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. One Ohio brewery made this kiwi-colored double IPA for a much more noble cause. Saturday, August 2, 2014, 500,000 people who get their water from the Toledo, Ohio, city water system woke up to find their water was undrinkable. The culprit: a…

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Virginia Brewery Plans ‘Stranger Things’ Party

Grab your bikes, your best friends and all the awkward tweenage angst you can muster — a Virginia brewery is co-hosting a Stranger Things party, and it’s going to be the biggest thing since Eggo’s. O’Connor Brewing Co. in Norfolk is joining with Alchemy Underground for the Hawkins Snow Ball…

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WATCH: Take Craft Back Makes ‘Offer’ to Buy Beer Giant Anheuser-Busch InBev

The team at Take Craft Back, the crowdfunding campaign with the (outrageous) “goal” of buying Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), are putting their money where their mouth is. In a new video released Tuesday, Andy, the campaign’s spokesperson, heads to AB InBev’s U.S. headquarters to make the beer giant an offer.…

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‘End of an Era’ for Dogfish Head’s Rehoboth Beach Brewpub

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Monday marked “the end of an era” for Dogfish Head Brewing as the company demolished its original Rehoboth Beach brewpub Monday morning. The building holds two decades of memories for Dogfish and its fans. The brewery posted live video of the demo on Facebook. (Grab the Kleenex. You might get…

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Stone Brewing Takes Down an Instagram Troll

While you were busy spending the day after Halloween convincing yourself not to dig back into your kid’s trick or treat candy (but just one more Fun Size Snickers won’t hurt, right?!) Stone Brewing’s social media team was turning the table on a troll on its Instagram feed. On Wednesday,…

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L.A. Mayor’s World Series Bet Doesn’t Sit Well with Local Guild & Breweries

Did you hear about the upset in Los Angeles? No, not the Houston Astros late-game home run rally to beat the L.A. Dodgers in Game 2 of the World Series Wednesday night. This upset came via Twitter (which is obviously the world we live in now) while the mayors of…

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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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Breweries, Employees Impacted by California Wine Country Wildfires

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Northern California residents are comparing frightening scenes in their communities to Armageddon after more than a dozen wildfires spread with lightning-fast speed across several counties, including Sonoma and Napa. The California Wine Country fires have forced more than 20,000 people to evacuate their homes, and brewery employees are among those…

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Las Vegas Breweries Encourage Donations After Mass Shooting

Just hours after a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas left nearly 60 people dead, and more than 500 people injured, video cameras showed people forming long lines at area blood donation centers, wanting to help any way they could. Breweries in the community are…

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New Video Points Out the Obvious: There are A LOT of Beer Acronyms

If beer acronyms have you lost, don’t worry, you’re not alone. A new brutally honest, funny video from Ska Brewing points out the obvious: the beer community is a bit too generous with acronyms. The new video features CEO Dave Thibodeau and Sales Manager Arlo Grammatica chatting by a water…

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