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  • sunset and imagination
    Where does beer really take you
    Sometimes we get so caught up with our pride of “craft” beer we don’t realize that our five senses: taste, smell, sight, hearing and touch are not the final analysis of how we perceive beer. Yes of course all of these senses...
  • Pre-Judging
    Carolina BrewMasters announce winners of 2016 US Open competition
    The Carolina BrewMasters are proud to announce the winners for the 26th annual US Open homebrewing competition! On May 21st the final session of judging took place after multiple days of judging at the Olde Mecklenburg Brewery in Charlotte, NC. In...
  • Sour hottest trend in craft beers
    Sour power, tart brews gaining popularity
    The power of sour is undeniable. For centuries, breweries have been making sour beers that range from mildly tart to toe-curling, tooth enamel-eating sour. Sour beers that go by names like gose (pronounced go-zah), lambic, Berliner Weiss and more...
  • Beer Crawl
    Spring Craft Beer Crawl returns to Old Town Clovis on June 4
    Old Town Clovis kicks off the month of June with the Spring Craft Beer Crawl on Saturday, June 4 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Follow the map from store to store, speak with brewery representatives and taste brews from all over California at this unique...
  • Kristi McGuire, founder and master brewer, High Heel Brewing
    High Heel Brewing fills marketing gap with beer crafted for women
    Sports and beer have long been the stereotypical staple of a man’s world. There’s nothing more bro than dropping down in a form-fitting couch with your buds, downing can after can of inebriating refreshments, and refusing to move for...
  • Green Flash Lustrous Frumento with Coffee
    Anniversaries and an opening highlight busy San Diego beer weekend
    While the American craft beer industry continues to grow as a whole, the competitive landscape makes it extra-special whenever a brewery is able to celebrate an anniversary. Like any other business, every consecutive year of operation is a...
  • Discovery shows beer brewing in China began 5,000 years ago
    Discovery shows beer brewing in China began 5,000 years ago
    Chemical and physical analysis of ovens, jars, funnels, and grinding equipment found in two pits dated to between 3,400 B. C. E. 2,900 B. C. E. unearthed at Mijiaya, China indicate beer making began in China at least 5,000 years ago. Jiajing Wang...
  • Watered down America
    The Watering Down of “America” – This is the last straw!
    …Straw-colored beer, that is. As Budweiser sales continue to plummet, the “Craft” and Micro” beer market that Anheuser-Busch scoffed at for the past 30 years is taking a huge bite out of their bottom line. What can the most iconic beer name in...
  • Raleigh Beer Garden
    Raleigh Discoveries: Raleigh Beer Garden
    By J.S. Fletcher and Kathy Newbern ©2016The Raleigh Beer Garden (RBG) has the largest selection of draft beers on tap available in one restaurant in the world and a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records on the wall to prove it....
  • Pints in the Pearl
    Celebrate beers in the Pearl District with Pints in the Pearl
    On June 4, 2016 come to Portland's Pearl District for the inaugural Pints in the Pearl. This celebration of craft breweries takes place from noon to 9pm at NW 13th Avenue and NW Everett Street.During this event 10 Barrel Brewing, BridgePort...
  • Stout Effective Disorder
    Community Beer Works wants to rid Buffalo's streets of Budweiser products
    Buffalo based brewery, Community Beer Works, has taken a bold initiative in the name of quality craft beer. On Thursday, May 19th, the brewery announced their first ever, no-questions-asked Anheuser Busch Beer Buyback this Saturday, May 21....
  • Label artwork for Innis & Gunn Vintage Oak Aged Beer
    Innis & Gunn to release Vintage Oak Aged Beer
    Innis & Gunn (Edinburgh, Scotland) recently announced that they have releasedInnis & Gunn Vintage Oak Aged Beer as a new limited offering in the United States.First brewed in 2015,Innis & Gunn Vintage Oak Aged Beer is a 7.7% ABV Ale...
  • Woodlands Craft Beer & Music Festival
    Woodlands Craft Beer & Music Festival coming to Town Green Park
    Warmer days mark the beginning of festival season and the Houston area has already seen its share. Some festivals are first- time events while others have been entertaining guests year after year. One event making its second appearance is the...
  • Funky Buddha Brewery, Hop Stimulator, Double IPA, 9.5%abv., Oakland Park, FL
    Funky Buddha Brewery, Hop Stimulator, Double IPA, 9.5%abv., Oakland Park, FL
    Funky Buddha Brewery, Hop Stimulator, Double IPA, 9.5%abv., Oakland Park, FL is cloudy amber with a quickly receding fluffy ivory head. Powerful aromas of grapefruit pith up front backed by rich roasted malt, with apricot, mango and honey as well....
  • Should the legal drinking age be lower?
    Should the legal drinking age be lower?
    If you have followed the news as of lately, you have noticed a lot of movement around where the legal age of certain things should be placed. Such as in the city of San Francisco they are talking about giving the right to 16 and 17 year old high...
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