Skip to content

Beer Release

Kermit the Hop is Back!

It might come as a surprise, but Bison’s brewmaster Daniel Del Grande didn’t intend to brew his popular Double IPA, Kermit the Hop, again until next year. But popularity and …

Read More

Beer & Food

Camping with Craft Beer

Here are two of my favorite tried-and-true, beer-infused, camp-friendly recipes. Both of these recipes pair extremely well with stouts and porters—especially chocolate and smoked versions.

Read More

Craft Beer Muses

Pale Lagers: The Lightest Side of Light

The discovery of yeast, innovations in kilning and the invention of refrigeration all led to the development and, ultimately, the perfection of pale-colored lagers.

Read More

Beer News

Get Lucky with Kermit The Hop

Skip the artificially-colored green beer this St. Patrick’s Day and grab a delicious organic beer instead! Bright, crisp, super hoppy and delicious––Bison Brewing’s Kermit the Hop, a Double IPA brewed …

Read More

Beer Release

Band of Gypsies Release 2nd Collaboration Beer

The band is back together! After last year’s super successful release of The Belgian Tramp, the six illustrious Bay Area brewers in the “Band of Gypsies” couldn’t resist doing it …

Read More

Beer Release

Bison Announces New Seasonal: Saison de Wench

After turning his ever-popular Honey Basil Ale into a year-round offering, Bison’s brewmaster, Daniel Del Grande, was challenged to replace it with an equally interesting seasonal brew. Del Grande turned …

Read More

Beer Release

Bison Releases Oakland Hop Harvest Ale

#ipaday

Bison brews special beer with Oakland-grown Cascade hops October 22, 2013 (Berkeley, Calif.)––In the fall of 2012, the City of Oakland approached Bison Organic Beer about growing organic hops in one …

Read More

Craft Beer Muses

Modern Brewers Experiment with Sour Wheat Beer

Sour Wheat Beers

Sour wheat beers have seen a mini revival in the past decade—especially in the U.S.—where craft brewers have not only adopted the traditional German and Belgian brewing methods, but also modernized them with the addition of interesting herbs, fruits and spices.

Read More
See More Stories