Shmaltz Brewing Breast Cancer Awareness Events


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease by the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Alongside national charity organizations, Shmaltz Brewing Company proudly helps bring attention to the importance of continued research into the cause, prevention, treatment and cure of breast cancer. Partnering with standout non-profits Planned…

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2017 Great American Beer Festival Medals: Winners and a Wedding Proposal


More than 260 U.S. breweries — and one new bride-to-be — are going home with some heavy medal after the 2017 Great American Beer Festival® (GABF) awards Saturday. In what we suspect is the first on-stage GABF award ceremony proposal, Wibby Brewing‘s Ryan Wibby dropped to one knee while on…

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Elliott Bay Brewing’s Barrel-Aged Invitational

Each of the Elliott Bay brewers invited two of their favorite, local breweries to pour a barrel-aged creation at a ticketed, tasting event in the Cascade Hall at Elliott Bay Public House in Lake City. Alongside these rare and tasty selections, Elliott Bay will pour four of their own barrel-aged…

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Braxton Releases Blown Gasket Cans

Braxton Brewing Company’s award-winning Robust Porter is returning to cans. Blown Gasket is a seasonal release at 7.5% ABV and will be available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans throughout the company’s distribution network. The beer will be tapped in Braxton’s Covington taproom and at Braxton Labs on Friday, October…

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Down The Road Beer Co. – Strawberry Rhubarb Berliner Weisse

This month, Down The Road Beer Co. releases the latest beer in its Feyborn Berliner Weisse series, this time with strawberry and rhubarb. This classic combination is the essence of summer for many New Englanders, and delightfully compliments the bright, puckering qualities of this well-received staple of Down The Road’s…

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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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Handcrafted in San Francisco: Anchor Coffee Porter

Coffee and beer lovers, rejoice! We’re thrilled to finally unveil our newest beer, Anchor Coffee Porter: a San Francisco collaboration brew made with Four Barrel’s unique Flash-Chilled Coffee. An innovation on a craft classic, Anchor Coffee Porter is inspired by Anchor Porter, first brewed in 1972, providing a delectable twist…

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Breweries Collaborate on Reunion Ale; Raise Funds for Harvey Relief


Clifton Park, NY – In good times and challenging times, craft beer has always served as a common bond bringing people together. As our country has recently encountered catastrophic hurricanes in Houston and Florida, the brewing community helps unite us all with support efforts in these areas while teaming up…

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Denver Bars and Breweries Go Into Overdrive for Great American Beer Festival


Twenty years ago, Falling Rock Tap House owner Chris Black says there was nothing happening during the annual Great American Beer Festival®, outside of the festival itself. “That’s one of the reasons I opened the Tap House,” Black says. “Tons of people came to town every year and no one…

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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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