The Weekly Buzz | August 25 – 31
This week was terrible in so many ways, almost all of which were related to a bastard named Harvey. It’s disasters like these that help renew my faith in people. There are military men and women, police and other emergency workers saving people from the floods. The Red Cross is sheltering, healing and feeding those who were displaced. And, most relevant to this humble website, breweries of all sizes are canning water, collecting donations and raising money for the relief effort. Raise a glass to those boots-on-the-ground, then enjoy The Weekly Buzz.
Donate to the Red Cross to help people affected by Harvey
Literally the only good thing that happened in Texas this week.
When the HEB in The Woodlands across from The Pavilion ran dry of milk and eggs, they transformed the dairy cooler. 🍺>🥛 pic.twitter.com/f6DnVlW0cj
— SaintArnold (@SaintArnold) August 25, 2017
Look out, London!
— Bell's Brewery (@BellsBrewery) August 25, 2017
Who ever said a sausage fest was a bad thing? I sure didn’t!
— Heavy Seas Beer (@HeavySeasBeer) August 25, 2017
Sustainable beer is the best beer!
— Anderson Valley Brew (@avbc) August 27, 2017
Hoppy National Dog Day!
Doesn’t this brewery have a forklift?
Did you make it to Festival of Dankness?
The best local beers start with great local ingredients!
— Deer Creek Malthouse (@DeerCreekMalt) August 28, 2017
— Deschutes Brewery (@DeschutesBeer) August 28, 2017
But I don’t live in Portland! Not fair!
— Ninkasi Brewing (@NinkasiBrewing) August 29, 2017
Some new craft beer options at BWI.
— BWI Marshall Airport (@BWI_Airport) August 29, 2017
Mark those calendars!
— Founders Brewing Co. (@foundersbrewing) August 29, 2017
New beer alert!
— Two Brothers Brewing (@TwoBrothersBeer) August 29, 2017
I can already hear the oompah band warming up!
— Night Shift Brewing (@NightShiftBeer) August 29, 2017
It’s gonna be a big party in Georgia!
Georgia's new beer laws go into effect Sept. 1 and we're blowin it out in celebration https://t.co/iAOus55v22
— SweetWater Brewery (@sweetwaterbrew) August 29, 2017
Harvey was – and continues to be – an epic disaster, but breweries of all sizes are pitching in to help.
— Oskar Blues Brewery (@oskarblues) August 30, 2017
— Anheuser-Busch (@AnheuserBusch) August 29, 2017
— Revolver Brewing (@RevolverBrewing) August 30, 2017
— Bier Station (@BierStation) August 30, 2017
This isn’t something to miss.
— SOBDL (@ladiesdrinkbeer) August 30, 2017