Like Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try

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Chances are, you’ve occasionally thrown back a few bottles of a popular Mexican amber lager. Maybe you drank them before you got into craft beer and now they make you nostalgic, or maybe you harbor dreams of being the Most Interesting Man  — or Woman — in the World. Whatever the…

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pFriem’s Golden Birthday – 5th Anniversary Party on August 5th

Clear your calendar – it’s going down! pFriem Family Brewers is celebrating their Golden Birthday this summer! The five-year anniversary party kicks off on August 5th, and you’re invited to take part. Hood River’s Waterfront Amphitheater is our meeting spot for a day of live music, lawn games, kid’s entertainment,…

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Governor Cuomo Launches Taste NY Inaugural Craft Beer Challenge In Celebration of American Craft Beer Week

Nearly 70 Breweries from Across New York Participating in Competition Vote for Your Favorite Brewery Here Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of the Taste NY Inaugural Craft Beer Challenge, in which New Yorkers are invited to vote for their favorite New York craft brewery in celebration of…

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Movie Inspired Beer Names and the Stories Behind Them

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Earlier this year New York debated whether to expand beer and liquor sales to all movie theaters in the Empire State. While that legislation hasn’t moved forward, the trend of bringing beers to the movies — meaning theaters that serve — continues to expand. But that convergence isn’t just happening at the…

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Last Call for IBUs: Fact, Fiction and Their Impact on Your Beer

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I’ve been thinking a lot about IBUs. It all started quite innocently. I was recently bellied up to the bar at my local pub, as I’m known to do, and I couldn’t help but overhear a group of young men perusing the admittedly impressive list of libations scrawled onto the…

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Speciation Artisan Ales May Bottle Release Includes Tangerine Incipient

May’s releases are really tasty. If you enjoyed Black Currant Incipient… you are going to enjoy the next few months of releases! The first beer is Tangerine Incipient! We took our rustic golden sour base (Incipient) and added an absurd amount of Tangerine concentrate. It’s bright orange, and it tastes…

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Cape May Brewing Company Celebrates 325 Years of Cape May County with Follow the Gull IPA

Cape May, NJ– Cape May Brewing Company, the Jersey Shore’s premier local brewery, is pleased to announce an exciting collaboration with the Cape May County Department of Tourism to celebrate the county’s 325th anniversary. Follow the Gull — an IPA with 325 pounds of hops and 3,250 pounds of malt…

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Comrade Brewing Beer Release: May Day Maibock

Monday, May 1 at 3pm Comrade Brewing is tapping their 3rd ever lager. May Day Maibock. Brewed with Pilsner and German Vienna malt. Hopped with Hallertau Blanc. Fermented cold with Bierstadt Lager’s house lager strain for dry finish with a slightly sweet flavor and subtle fruit aroma. A 3+ month lagering…

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Full Sail’s New IPA Pays Homage to the Hop Shooter

Shot through with four kinds of NW hops, Full Sail’s new Hop Shooter IPA is fully loaded with flavor. Grab a fistful of ale!  New to Full Sail’s Brewmaster Reserve line, Hop Shooter IPA was dry hopped with four varieties of Northwest hops. This Chinook-forward IPA was “shot” with more…

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May Beer Festivals and Beer Weeks You Don’t Want to Miss in 2017

Is it just me, or does the month of May get lost planning for June? From Memorial Day plans to the inevitable piles of wedding and graduation party invites that will surely suck up your Saturdays for the foreseeable future, May is gone before you know it. But don’t you…

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