Nine pioneering and innovative women in craft beer talked about the beer community, mentoring, and the value of strong relationships during a media panel ahead of International Women’s Day.Read More
Beer Releases & Brewery News
Seedstock Brewery is doing a rare bottle drop next Friday, April 3 at 3 p.m. The old-world brewery is releasing its barrel-aged doppelbock in honor of its fourth anniversary. Seedstock Brewery …Read More
It was announced today that Art Larrance has sold Cascade Brewing to a capable and proven team of brewery and taproom owners.Read More
The community will be able to purchase bottles of hand sanitizer when they order food from SanTan’s brewpubs for takeout, curbside pick up or delivery.Read More
The women of Chicago’s Mikerphone Brewing brewed Drippin’ So Much Sauce, a New England-style IPA, to support area women affected by domestic violence.Read More
The Brewers Association announced the recipients of its 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Event Grants program.Read More
Ballast Point employees celebrate new ownership by publishing an open letter. The San Diego brewery was purchased by Kings & Convicts in late 2019.Read More
While the public events were postponed, the brewery decided to move ahead with bottle and can releases with a focus on to-go only availability.Read More
The Brewing Cloud is available from Amazon in both ebook and paperback editions. The ebook is $2.99 and the paperback is $9.99.Read More
Cape May Brewing Company is thrilled to announce the release of Crushin’ It, an IPA brewed with orange juice.Read More
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