The American Dream, Patriotism and Craft Beer

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Have you guys heard “God Bless the U.S.A.” by Lee Greenwood? Of course you have. You probably were forced to sing it in some pageant as a child which your parents remember fondly. While internally the song serves as a microcosmic cog in the sarcastic machine that has turned most…

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RiverWalk Brewing Co. Releases Screen Door Hoppy Summer Ale

Just like putting on the screen door, the arrival of this beer is cause for celebration. It’s a signal that summer has finally arrived! We open our doors, our windows, our hearts and our minds. In that spirit, we’ve created a bright extra pale ale that delivers full flavors of citrus and hop goodness without wrecking…

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6 Stories of Beer Moms Who Inspire Breweries

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Moms are often our ultimate cheerleaders, our protectors, our providers. They play an important role in our lives, and in the world of craft beer, that’s no exception. We asked people to tell us about moms who had an integral role in the foundation of their breweries. Here are six…

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Underdog IPA is top dog in UC Davis’ Iron Brew competition

DAVIS, Calif. — Four UC Davis students in Charlie Bamforth’s Practical Malting and Brewing class earned more than good grades for their final project. They earned a chance to work with Sudwerk Brewing Co. and produce their winning recipe on a commercial scale. Each year, students in the Food Science…

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Boise Beer Travel: The Quiet Ascent of a Rich Beer Culture

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It’s been said that if Portland, Oregon, and Bend, Oregon, had a baby, it would be Boise, Idaho. There’s merit to this claim. Boise residents are an outdoor-loving lot. The area’s warm, dry climate is conducive to exploring nearly 200 miles of hiking and biking trails minutes from downtown. The…

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Hoppin’ Frog Grapefruit Gangster Frog IPA Release!

This Saturday Hoppin’ Frog will be releasing Grapefruit Gangster Frog IPA! Last year we tested this out on draft only and our fans went crazy, so we knew we had to bring it back this year! Now we are bottling it for retail sale in the Tasting Room, and eventually…

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Burgers, Beer and Beer Pairing: Fiction Beer Hosts a Park Burger and Beer Pairing Menu Benefiting Habitat Denver

Fiction Beer is hosting a Park Burger and Beer Pairing Menu benefiting Habitat Denver on Saturday, May 13. A full pairing includes three slider sized burgers and three 5 oz beers for $16: Cheeseburger with Island of Conclusions Imperial IPA BBQ Burger with Alternate Present Black Lager El Chilango with Petty…

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Anchor Brewing Debuts Third Release in their Pacific Siren Series, Blood Orange Blonde

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We’re thrilled to announce our third release in the Pacific Siren Series, Blood Orange Blonde– a refreshingly unique blonde ale made with juicy and tart blood oranges. Blood Orange Blonde has the delectable taste of the blood orange. The fruit is deep crimson in color with enticingly rich aroma and tangy-sweet…

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Beer It Forward During American Craft Beer Week

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Never, in the history of these United States, has there ever been a better time to enjoy beer. This seems like a bold statement, but it is true. Small and independent craft brewers have ensured that Americans have access to the most expansive variety of beers on the planet. They…

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7 Baseball Beers You’ll Find at Minor League Stadiums

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Tim Tebow is now trying his hand at pro baseball, but the former Florida Gator, Heisman Trophy winner and late night comedy muse won’t be the only draw at minor league stadiums this summer. A host of small and independent craft brewers are creating baseball beers to support hometown spirit. If you’re…

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