Chinese American owned breweries are teaming up for a Chinese new year collaboration beer to celebrate the Year of the Metal Rat.Read More
Beer Releases & Brewery News
Proudly showcasing Louisiana Craft Beer since 2017, Basin Brew Fest's purpose is to give you a sample of what the South has to offer the craft beer world.Read More
Cans of best-selling pilsner style beer Scrimshaw now available in California.Read More
Tropical Darkroom is a kettle sour IPA brewed and dry-hopped with fruit-forward Sabro and Mosaic hops, for a bright, tropical hop profile.Read More
Inspired by Sierra Nevada's Resilience IPA campaign, Aussie craft brewers have created Australia Resilience Beer in response to wildfires.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
This premiere event anchors the 2020 Craft Brewers Conference in San Antonio Texas on Tuesday, April 21 at local venue The Rock Box.Read More
Ska Brewing and Peach Street Distillers have hired Damon Scott as Head Brewstiller and Katie Nierling as General Manager of the Ska Street Brewstillery.Read More
MadTree Brewing announced today that they have become a member of the international non-profit organization, 1% for the Planet.Read More
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