#breweries Archives – Page 2 of 2 – PorchDrinking.com
The Brewtography Project Kickstarter Launches with Host of EventsMay 2, 2016 | Cory Pelc
Colorado breweries are joining together this month to support Discovering Colorado Breweries, a photographic essay about the craft beer industry captured through the lens of one man’s camera, The Brewtography … Read More
Vermont and Colorado Breweries Top Untappd’s Highest Rated BreweriesApril 22, 2016 | Tristan Chan 4
It should come as no surprise that Colorado breweries rank amongst the highest when comparing the best breweries in the industry. Such was the case once again when social beer app Untappd … Read More
BREAKING | 2015 Top 50 Craft Breweries By VolumeApril 5, 2016 | Tristan Chan
Every year the Brewers Association releases lists of the top breweries based on beer sales volumes.
We took a quick look at last year’s list to compare some of the growth of some of our favorite breweries in the country and broke down some of the major changes. Read More
Ultimate 6er | What to Drink While Filing Your TaxesMarch 30, 2016 | Chris Powell
A new year brings hope for prosperity and change. It is also the season of the 1040, 1099, W-2, and countless other federal tax forms. While we are all familiar with the painful process of filling out tax papers, it may surprise you to know the nefarious reason we pay federal income tax.
TONIGHT’S New Kids on the Block Beer Festival Radical Pour ListMarch 24, 2016 | Tristan Chan
If you didn’t think a combo 80’s dance party and new breweries beer festival was radular enough, wait till you get a whiff of this pour list. The fourth annual … Read More
Brewery Showcase | Ratio BeerworksFebruary 12, 2016 | Tristan Chan
I wanna go where everybody knows your name… perhaps it reads a little too closely to a sitcom cliché, but ever since I moved to Denver I’ve been … Read More
*UPDATED* 2015 Colorado Brewery OpeningsJanuary 4, 2016 | Brian Phipps 3
This article was updated on January 4, 2016 at 3:45pm to reflect more 2015 brewery openings shared by our readers. Thanks for your contributions!*
If you live in Colorado … Read More
Event Recap | Terrapin Beer Co. Hop HarvestNovember 30, 2015 | Johnathan Pylant
The 2015 Hop Harvest at Terrapin Beer Company was fantastic. The festival was full of splendid brews, wonderful local merchants, delicious food and a whole lot of friends from Terrapin! Read More
Brewery Showcase | Blue Mountain BrewingSeptember 15, 2015 | Stacey Goers
Afton, Va., is nearly 140 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., sitting among the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains. But the town’s Blue Mountain Brewery’s beers are creeping north into the Beltway, slowly expanding into the region. Read More
Q & A | Rhinegeist Brewery 2nd AnniversaryJune 26, 2015 | Hannah Carlson
All Photos Provided By Rhinegeist Brewery
For years, Cincinnati was the epicenter of a rich and thriving brewing culture fueled by the city’s strong German background. At it’s height … Read More
GABF Daytrip | Denver Brewery TourSeptember 29, 2014 | Chris Day 2
With almost 700 breweries from all over the country pouring at the Great American Beer Festival this year, it’s easy to overlook how many great ones we have right here in Denver. How many? I count 37 breweries and cideries with taprooms in a roughly five-mile radius of the Colorado Convention Center where the festival will be held, and I’m guessing a handful more opened while I was typing this post. Many of them will not be at GABF, and most do not distribute their products outside of Colorado. We know craft beer drinkers to be an adventurous sort, so why not do a little exploring before or after the fest? In that spirit, I’ve compiled a list of destinations nearby that are easily accessible by foot, bike, or a short ride with your favorite car service. Dear readers, please stow your pretzel necklaces and hop cone hats for a moment – we’re going on an insider’s Denver brewery tour.
Golden Road Brewing on “Workaholics”March 13, 2014 | Drew Troller 1
This week, two of my favorite things collided: “Workaholics,” the Comedy Central show about three slackers who live together in LA, and Golden Road Brewing, the fast-rising and absolutely amazing craft brewery from LA. The “Beer Heist” episode (season 4, episode 8) found Adam, Ders, and Blake trying to impress some young co-eds by stealing them beer. Hilarity, of course, ensued. So did the very first TV product placement that I actually enjoyed watching.
Backstory/full disclosure: I’ve showcased Golden Road here on PorchDrinking.com before. I love the place. It ships its beers in cans, it’s only a few years old, and already it’s one of the hippest and most sought-after craft beers in Los Angeles. True story: I started shopping at Whole Foods because they have a wider variety of Golden Road beers on their shelves. It’s that great.
Anyway… PorchDrinking was founded on the principle of telling stories of friends who have adventures over great beer. This week’s “Workaholics” was just that. Let’s recap. Read More
2013 Great American Beer Festival Breweries BreakdownJuly 30, 2013 | Tristan Chan 6
After several weeks of sifting through duplicate entries and moving breweries off the waiting list, the Brewers Association announced last night their full list of 2013 Great American Beer Festival breweries who will be attending the festival.