Inspired by Sierra Nevada's Resilience IPA campaign, Aussie craft brewers have created Australia Resilience Beer in response to wildfires.Read More
Beer Releases & Brewery News
Karl Strauss is kicking off 2020 with the latest in their collaborations series - brewing an innovative IPA with their friends at Pure Project.Read More
Bierstadt now fields 5 calls a day asking if we are still open since the cidery in our building relocated their production space.Read More
Introducing Bonfire Brewing's new canned a new beer from the Community Creator Series, Good Boy Peanut Butter Porter.Read More
The North American Guild of Beer Writers, along with support from CraftBeer.com, is now accepting applications for the 2020 Diversity in Beer Writing Grant.Read More
When beer historians look back at craft beer in 2019, they’ll find a few big themes: competition, independence and celebrating the roots of this incredible craft brewing community.Read More
Brendan Watters, CEO of the relatively-unknown Chicago-area craft brewery that purchased Ballast Point, talks about why he and his business partners are buying the brewery.Read More
WinterWonderGrass is excited to announce their collaboration with the Great American Beer Festival® (GABF) for the festival’s daily beer tastings.Read More
Always eager to try something new, Sister Hazel, and Rock Brothers Brewing out of Tampa, FL have collaborated to bring that perfect Ale for You!Read More
A tradition in its 5th year, Lakefront Brewery also offers the spectacle of mass vow renewals presided over by Brewery President, Russ Klisch.Read More
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