Brewers Salute Women’s Suffrage & Women’s Rights on International Women’s Day

Craft brewers are saluting women’s suffrage and women’s rights by announcing new beers on International Women’s Day. Women in the beer business are by no means anomalies. If you saw our article on 8 Women Making a Mark in Craft Beer Right Now, you’ll know a recent survey found 21…

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Ghostfish and Revelation Collaborate on Gluten-Free Sour Beer

Two craft breweries, Seattle’s Ghostfish and Delaware’s Revelation, are announcing the release of a big collaboration: a gluten-free sour beer. Ghostfish focuses on totally gluten-free beer and, to be honest, they’ve been killing it, having won three medals in the past two years at the Great American Beer Festival. On…

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BrewDog Unveils Plans for DogHouse, a Crowdfunded Craft Beer Hotel at New Ohio Brewery Headquarters

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Usually being in the doghouse means you’ve done something wrong, but you’ll be begging to be sent to the BrewDog DogHouse craft beer hotel, which could be coming soon to Columbus, Ohio. Scottish-based brewery BrewDog announced in 2015 it planned to build a 100,000 square foot U.S. headquarters in the Buckeye…

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Indiana Brewery Develops Git-R-Done Beer for Larry the Cable Guy

Larry the Cable Guy becomes the latest celebrity to get a craft beer named in his honor. Earlier this week, upstate New York brewery Butternuts Beer & Ale announced it was releasing a beer in honor of legendary metal band Anthrax. In January, Crying Eagle Brewing in Arkansas welcomed rockers…

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Heavy Metal Band Anthrax Gets Its Own Beer

Proving that craft beer isn’t just for hipsters, the heavy metal band Anthrax is getting its own beer. A New York City bar owner connected Anthrax band members with Chuck Williamson, the owner of Butternuts Beer & Ale. Butternuts, most famous for its Pork Slap Pale Ale, is launching a…

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Craft Brewers Make Friendly Football Bet Ahead of the Big Game

Craft breweries are fond of saying that they don’t have competitors, only collaborators. Avery and Russian River Brewing codified the mentality in their “Collaboration not Litigation Ale,” which was brewed in collaboration after they recognized each had a beer called “Salvation.” All in all, we’re a friendly bunch. But when…

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Rock Band Foreigner Stops by Louisiana Brewery

Remember Foreigner, the late 70s/early 80s British-American rock band responsible for “Juke Box Hero,” “Hot Blooded,” “Cold as Ice,” and countless more hits that were fighting their way up the charts during the disco craze sweeping America at the time? Turns out, a few of the current band members are…

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SweetWater and Sam Adams Talk a Little Smack on Twitter Ahead of the Big Game

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A Georgia gas station manager, incensed by a Boston sports writer’s slam on Atlanta Falcons fans, lit a match that sparked twitter smack talk between two of the biggest craft brewers in the U.S. ahead of next Sunday’s big game. Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewing and Samuel Adams, made by Boston Beer…

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The Internet Loses Its Mind Over This Beer Made with Oreos

Oreo beer is a real thing. The kid in me just did cartwheels in the office — and the internet is losing its mind. See, back when I was young, we had it rough. If you wanted cookies and milk, you really had to work for it. After fetching the…

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This Week in Beer: 3 Stories You Missed

Congratulations! You made it through what was likely your first full week of work in 2017 (yes, I wrote 2016 there first and had to edit it out. I’ll be doing that until November). The holiday cheer has fizzled away to January gloom. But fear not, friends: It’s the weekend and…

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