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AB InBev gets sued over Leffe, the Brewers Association drops their list of the Top 50 Breweries, and Surly Brewing expands their reach. What better way to start your week than with some craft beer news? Close your email, ignore your boss, and focus on the beer with this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Alabama updates its beer laws, New Belgium’s Asheville facility to open soon, and breweries expand into new states. Get a taste of the latest and greatest craft beer news in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Our friends at Braven Brewing Company are growing fast — almost too fast, to keep up with the demand for their deliciously crafted beer offerings. In an effort to build their own brewery brick & mortar, so as to personally serve their quickly converted customers, they have turned to crowdsourcing. Read our Q&A with Braven owners Eric Feldman & Marshall Thompson below to find out how you can contribute & acquire equity!
World of Beer is hiring interns to drink all summer, Burger King UK will soon sell beer, and Delaware tries to modernize their liquor laws. We’ve got all the beer news you’ve been craving, now it’s time to enjoy. Sit back, relax, and read up on the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
You want the beer news, we’ve packaged it up nicely for you. Bell’s is headed to the south, the BA updates the Beer & Food course, and a craft beer battle wages on in Missouri. Keep reading for the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
**Updated: Oskar Blues announces acquisition of Cigar City Brewing.
Funkwerks prepares to make more beer, Oskar Blues brings back a favorite, and Bernie Sanders has his own beer. These are just a few of the stories you’ll read this week on your quest to become the best and brightest beer expert in the land. Scroll on for the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
It’s a big week for expanded distribution and Julia Herz. Bell’s, Oskar Blues, and Short’s all made announcements about the newest states in their scope. Julia sent craft beer to Peyton Manning and refuted claims made on the show Bar Rescue. Basically, she’s a badass. Keep reading for all of the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Colorado gets kegs from Hill Farmstead, Ninkasi wins a Good Food award, and an unlikely brewery makes an offer for AB InBev. Check out all of these news stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Barnes and Noble applies for a liquor license, Guinness introduces an alcohol-free product, and 10 Barrel announces plans for a brewpub in Denver. These are just a few of the craft beer news stories you need to know. Grab a cold one and get smarter than all your friends with this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Big news in the craft beer world this week: Four Peaks was bought by Anheuser-Busch, New Belgium looks into selling, and Ninkasi revamps their Flagship Series. Don’t miss out on the stories all your friends are talking about. Keep reading to get the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Are you studying to be a Certified Cicerone or a Certified Beer Server? Your new test guides are out, and there are some changes you want to pay attention to (for all your flashcard making needs).
If you haven’t been to Dry Dock Brewing Company, make it a priority.
Going on its tenth year, this Aurora, Colorado based brewery has been mostly known for its Apricot Blonde. Though the Blonde is sure to be a …
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The Colorado Brewers Guild’s just released its recent findings, curated by Leeds School of Business at CU Boulder, about the economic impact of Colorado Craft Beer to the State’s Economy. The CBG is a non-profit organization serving craft breweries and brewpubs in Colorado.
So, what do the numbers mean to the Colorado Beer Drinker? We weigh in and find that the results may be shockingly simple but we’ll tell you why it is more important now, more than ever, to support your local brewery.
As of today, California-based Almanac Beer Co. will begin distribution in Chicago. The brewery prides itself on its farm to barrel theme, and is known for their addition of fresh local fruit to their beers.