Weekly Growler Fill
This week in craft beer news: Avery opens up their new brewery, the AHA announces dates for the Homebrewers Conference, and more than one brewery broke a personal record. I’ve also included an incredibly cool video at the end of this post. If you want to stay in the know, you’ll just have to click read more and get all the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week I have some very important craft beer news that you must read. First, the law makers are a movin’ and a shakin’ to make some changes for the craft beer community in Wisconsin and Alabama. But guess what? The breweries are a movin’ and a sprayin’. Yes, you read that correctly. Urban Chestnut is ‘moving’ by expanding distribution to Chicago and Cantillon is literally spraying the insides of it’s new facility with beer. Get the details to these stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week brings some super duper exciting news. Well, mainly one story in particular: Firestone Walker is coming out with cans just in time for sunny Spring days at the park! Other stories this week are more of the ‘feel-good’ nature: Stone Brewing donated a bunch of money to charity in 2014, there is yet again a new women’s beer mile record, and the CIDER Act is being reintroduced to Congress. Get the details of these headlines and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This edition of the Weekly Growler Fill is jam-packed with craft beer news. Seriously, this is the longest one I’ve ever compiled. Does this mean I get to take next week off? Probably not, but it does mean that some big changes are coming in the brewniverse. For example, Florida may lift the growler ban and Oklahoma may allow for the sale of refrigerated alcohol. Or how about the biggest story of the week: Elysian was acquired by AB-InBev. If you want to know more, because you need to know more, keep reading the Weekly Growler Fill.
In this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill, you will find all kinds of craft beer news related to laws, litigation and branding. To give you a taste of what’s happening: Great Lakes Brewing Company debuted their new brand while Lagunitas almost sued Sierra Nevada over one of theirs. Both West Virginia and Indiana may have favorable new laws for craft brewers in the near future and Deschutes donated a ton of money to charity this year with plans for more in 2015. Read on to get more details about these stories of the craft beer world.
This week’s beer news brings all kinds of good tidings and happy thoughts. First and foremost, Hunapu’s Day is coming back. Thank you Cigar City! Also, Urban Chestnut bought a brewery in Germany, Victory is coming at us with a new beer, and Oskar Blues is expanding distribution to Idaho. Basically the whole world is winning this week and we all can celebrate with just a little more craft beer.
Beer news, beer news, read all about it! Two guys traveled to breweries around the US for a year straight, Bell’s is expanding distribution to Southern California, and Allagash is releasing another one for the books. Keep reading to find out more about the latest and greatest craft beer news in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Have you ever heard of a crowler? Do you love skiing and beer? Do you live in Maine? If you answered yes or no to any of these questions, I suggest you keep reading. This week’s beer news will keep you up to date on all the latest inventions, collaborations, and learning opportunities in the craft beer world. Sit back, relax, and crack open a cold one while you enjoy this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week’s beer news includes stories that will restore your faith in humanity and get you really excited to drink more craft beer. An awesome guy named Josh is hosting a raffle for every Bourbon County Stout release from 2005-2013, Stone Cold Steve Austin might be making beer soon, and New Holland Brewing announced four new Dragon’s Milk releases. These are just a few of the stories you need to hear about in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week’s craft beer news contains a little something for every type of craft beer fan. For the frequent flyer, Delta will be offering many more craft beers on their in-flight menu. For the pet lover, Rover.com compiled the cities with the most alcohol related dog names. For the active craft beer junkie, Outside Magazine will be hosting it’s 2nd Annual Bike and Brew festival. Read about all of this and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Chelsea, your noble beer news herder is out for the week doing the finals week thang, so she handed over the keys to the week‘s growler fill. You should be afraid. Before I tailspin into a dramatic Will McAvoy-esque craft …
The craziness of Thanksgiving may be over but the craft beer news never stops. New statistics show that Americans are now drinking more craft beer than Budweiser, a certain Colorado brewery has partnered with a ski resort, and a Sriracha beer is on the way. Read on to find out more about these stories and other craft beer happenings in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Happy Thanksgiving week! In between surfing the internet for videos of turkeys blowing up and finding the perfect pie recipe (I’ve got you covered here), take a break and catch up on the latest craft beer news. This week brings new beers, more cans, and ways to drink for a good cause. Keep scrolling and I’ll show you what you should be sipping on in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week’s growler is filled with legislation changes, allegations of unfair practice in Massachusetts, and a new glass for your collection. Gov. Cuomo signed in a bill that will promote craft brewers, Bell’s Brewing teamed up with Spiegelau to create a witbier glass, and 10 Barrel Brewing may lose its title as a craft brewer. These are just a few of the things you will learn about when you keep reading this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
I’m summing up this week’s craft beer news so that you might actually read it. Highlights include a new women’s beer mile record, Ommegang’s next Game of Thrones beer, and Three Weavers Brewing opening its doors. Keep reading to inform yourself about all of this and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week’s beer news is slightly informative and mostly entertaining. Stone beers are now available in Canada, someone stole tons of Miller High Life, and CraftBeer.com put out a free food and beer course. Read on and get up to date with this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Do you hate reading long winded articles about craft beer news? Do you hate searching the whole internet just to find a few good stories? Do you love craft beer? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Weekly Growler Fill is the news source for you! I’ve gathered the most compelling headlines (Deschutes sending beer east, Cigar City searching for a new brewery location, Garrett Oliver is the man) and put them all in one spot for you to read. Cheers, beer lover!
Instead of bringing you a bunch of small beer news stories, this week I’m bringing you four HUGE beer news stories. As an added bonus, most of them have videos included just in case you don’t feel like reading today. To sum it up: Dogfish Head promoted a new CEO, Stone announced its new brewery location, New Holland broke ground on a new site, and breweries are teaming up to bring us cleaner water. Read on to get all the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
I know the Great American Beer Festival week just started, but some of you may need a break from all the mayhem of the best beer festival in the country. Expand your mind by getting up to date on all the latest beer news: Crooked Stave ends it’s cellar reserve membership, Upland announces another sour lottery, and Rogue Ales puts on a contest for a good cause. Find out about all of this and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
This week’s growler brings you some must-read craft beer news. First off, the best beer bars around the country have been named by the readers of CraftBeer.com, so you must check that out to find your new favorite watering hole. Next, Odell Brewing has been around for 25 years and they are releasing a new beer to celebrate. Other important news includes a way to make beer while hiking, the Hop the Vote candidates have been announced, and Victory Brewing can now be found in Nevada. Expand your craft beer knowledge through this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.