Craft Beer News
PorchDrinking brings you the breaking in craft beer news.
Admittedly I was a bit irresponsible in jumping the gun on this post. I should have done a better job at reaching out to both sides, especially since I chose …
Visit our 2016 Roundup of Beer Release Calendars
*Updated 10/25/2015 at 11:20 A.M. EST w/ Oskar Blues
*Updated 3/15/2015 at 02:05 A.M. EST w/ Excelsior, Foothills, Pretty Things, Santa Fe, Two Brothers, Victory*
*Updated 2/27/2015 at 6:30 P.M. EST w/ Beachwood BBQ, Brewery Vivant, Boulder Beer, Cambridge Brewing Company, Coronado, Fort Collins Brewing, Laurelwood, Nebraska Brewing*
*Updated 2/15/2015 at 11:45 P.M. EST w/ MadTree, Smuttynose, Terrapin*
*Updated 2/9/2015 at 2:30 A.M. EST w/ Lagunitas, Ommegang, Pelican*
*Updated 2/3/2015 at 1:50 P.M. EST w/ Great Lakes, Sun King*
*Updated 1/30/2015 at 11:50 P.M. EST w/ Allagash, Big Boss, Great Northern, Good People, and Ninkasi, Westbrook*
*Updated 1/28/2015 at 2:30 A.M. EST w/ Devils Backbone, Fremont, Golden Road, and Shipyard*
*Updated 1/25/2015 at 1:45 A.M. EST w/ Almanac, Back Forty, New Holland and Sly Fox*
(Special thanks to all of the breweries who willingly provided these calendars for publish and to Justin Vicroy who helped assist with the research for this post! We did not publish any release calendars without expressed consent from each brewery)
This is going to be a BIG year for craft beer. Many breweries who started developing around the beginning of the craft beer resurgence have begun distributing their product more widely, and several of the country’s largest breweries are set for major expansions. With that wider distribution and those expansions, we’ll begin seeing tons of new beers hitting store shelves.
Devils Backbone Brewing Company is based in bucolic wine country, about three hours southwest of Washington, D.C., near Charlottesville, Va.
Photo credit Heidi Crandall
This spring, the brewery is pushing …
The weekly PorchDrinking Denver Beer Beat sheds light on news of openings, special tappings, firkins and one-off batches, bottle releases, dinners, pairings, anniversaries, tap takeovers etc. each and every week.
Are you native to the city and looking for events to tide you over for the week? Or are you new to the city and just looking for the best place to find tasty suds and get uncled? Visiting and looking for events to hit while you are in town? Check out this week’s Denver Beer Beat and return each week to find out where all of the things #craftbeer are happening in the Denver Metro Area.
While most of the big stories in craft beer lately have been mired by litigation battles, another more positive industry development focuses on the positive side of growth, namely the ever expanding …
DESTIHL Brewery Coming to Colorado
Colorado has long garnered national attention for its abundance of top tier in-state breweries. However, with the recent influx of top tier breweries arriving for distribution such as Perennial, Prairie, …
You’re officially on notice Connecticut and Georgia beer geeks… Crooked Stave’s lineup of sour and wild beers will be arriving soon and you have every reason to …
Great news Coloradans, Eugene, Oregon based Ninkasi Brewing Company announced this morning that they have partnered with distributor C.R.Goodman Companies to bring it’s tremendous lineup of beers to Colorado beginning Monday, December 8th.
Earlier this morning our good friends over at Elevation Beer Company announced their partnership with local ski resort Monarch Mountain, also located in Chaffee County. Monarch will carry Elevation’s 8 …
Ratio Beerworks recently announced plans to open a production brewery and taproom located at 2920 Larimer St. in the Upper Larimer district of the historic Five Points neighborhood. That building may be familiar to Denverites as the old Mile High Spirits building. The brewery is currently under construction in the 5,500 square foot building that will be home to a 1,500 square foot taproom with the remaining 4,000 square feet to be used for production.
Durhamites of North Carolina, you asked for it, and here it is: the skinny on South Durham’s burgeoning beer store and bottle shop scene. Let’s start our journey near Southpoint mall on the corner of highways 54 and 751. There are at least 5 bottle shops or growler fill-stations all within a few short miles so you can visit them all in quick succession.
Recently the craft beer world has seen it’s share of acquisitions and consolidations stem from Big Beer, but today Green Flash Brewing Company announced the acquisition of fellow San Diego …
Well it was one of those crazy craft beer news days yesterday where everything seemed the happen at once, which brings us to another edition of the Happy Hour Post …
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