#brewery Archives – Page 8 of 9 – PorchDrinking.com
The first thought I had when I Google-mapped Alpha Brewing Company in downtown St. Louis was, “Where the heck is 1409 Washington Ave?” Because that is the address Google gives you, but take a stroll down Washington Avenue and you’ll …
Believe it or not, most Colorado ski resorts have already opened, or are entering their final countdowns toward opening day, meaning it’s a safe bet that many of you are shaking in your snow boots eagerly awaiting that first …
1710 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210
Hours of Operation
Sunday: 12:00 – 9:00 PM
Monday: Thursday 4:00 – 10:00 PM
Friday: 2:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Saturday: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM
With a wealth of new breweries opening up in the Denver …
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New beer. Two words ranked amongst favorites: Barrel-aged, happy hour, beer festival, free beer! It’s fun walking into your local bottle shop to scour the shelves for that new label, but what’s better – is visiting a brand new location where the entire selection is new!
Tristan asked the staff, what craft brewery would you be most disappointed to see sold to a third party and why? Also would it matter if it were sold to another craft centric brand, one of the big three, or a private equity group?
Location: 115 Pahlone Parkway, Poncha Springs, CO 81242
Hours: 7 Days a week from 12-8pm
Brew Capacity: 15bbl system and 615bbls of fermentation
Distribution: CO, TX, AZ, and WA
Some moments stick with you. Whenever you search back through your memories, you can still see the entire scene echoing vividly through your consciousness. And while it may sound a bit silly, the first time I tried Elevation Beer Company is one of those moments.
Twenty-one years ago, in his last year at the University of Minnesota, Dan Schedler took his first shot at home brewing. In 2015 he finally took his love of beer and brewing and turned it into Around the Bend Brewing Co. – Chicago’s newest brewery.
Sleeping Lady Brewing Company is nestled in the heart of downtown Anchorage. In the winter, it’s a gathering place for locals and hosts a number of comedy shows and other events in its large first-floor theater. In summertime, it doubles as a tourist trap where locals and out-of-towners mingle on the spacious sun-soaked patio upstairs.
On behalf of the entire PorchDrinking.com team we are extremely excited to announce the forthcoming opening of PorchDrinking Brewing Company. After nearly three years of existence as solely a craft beer and lifestyle blog, we are thrilled to move into the next phase of our site’s evolution with a brick and mortar brewery. Our hope is to capture the PorchDrinking experience, not just by writing about beer, but by actually brewing it for all of our fans to enjoy.
ABV: 4.65% ABV | IBU: 22
Before Kentucky is scheduled to be buried under a foot of snow this week, I watched perplexed as Lexatonians prepare for Snowmageddon by stocking up on a month’s worth of Digiornos and Doritos while congesting every aisle of the grocery store. Rather than loading my cart with six gallons of milk and the last of the bread that just might last me 48 hours, I look for a comforting beverage with a flavor that resonates with the coziness of this bitter season. My eyes fell upon the words “Sweet Potato Cream Stout” and I knew I could ride out any storm with this belly-warming brew.
Las Vegas is synonymous with excess. Strolling around the Bellagio or trendy new Cosmopolitan, it is all too common to see a Chinese businessman with stacks of strangely colored chips at the baccarat table, or a hip-hop star and their entourage with an endless stream of overpriced bottles of vodka and champagne in the VIP area of an equally overpriced club. This is one of the attractions of Vegas. This and the scantily clad waitstaff, ready to bring a seemingly never-ending supply of drinks for as long as you’re willing to keep gambling.
Success in life is a combination of timing, who you know and luck. Jason Pellett and Orpheus Brewing are living proof of how good things happen when all three of those come together.
4 Hands Brewing Co.
1220 S. 8th Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
Hours: Monday – Thursday 3-10pm
Friday and Saturday 12pm – 12am
Sunday 12pm – 9pm
Brewing Capacity: Right now 4 Hands can pump out about 12,000 barrels a …
5455 Spine Road Suite A, Boulder, CO
Open Date: July 14, 2014
Brewing System: 15 Barrel Brewhouse
Taproom Hours Mon-Fri: 3-9pm Sat-Sun: 12-9pm
Finkel and Garf is Boulder County’s newest craft brewery. While they’re joining a long list of already successful …
101 2nd Avenue, Niwot CO 80544
Estimated Open Date: Early July, 2014
Brewing System: 4 ½ Barrel Brewhouse
Food: Rincon Argentino out of Boulder for Argentinian empanadas as well as Shamanes Bake Shop for pastries and pot pies.
Last week we introduced Brewery MASH, what would your ideal brewery look like? The PorchDrinking staff get rather creative and international for this week’s Roundtable Discussion. Epic pilgrimages to breweries with coveted features may be in order.
I happened to be in San Diego during San Diego Beer Week at the beginning of November 2013 and had the pleasure of checking out some fantastic San Diego Breweries. Of the multiple breweries that I visited that really stood …
A lot of us dream of the opportunity to work with the masters at some of our favorite breweries. This week, we are asking the staff, if you could work for any brewery, which would it be and why?
“Put out good beer; everybody likes you,” Bailey Spaulding, co-owner of Jackalope Brewing, told me as we pick at the pieces of some saran-wrapped cheese from The Bloomy Rind.
It’s a sentiment Spaulding and friend/co-owner, Robyn Virball, both felt once they opened their doors in Nashville back in 2010. And, it’s true; who’s going to hate on two smiling girls pouring you freshly brewed craft beer?
Leesburg is less than an hour west of Washington, D.C., past the closely-knit suburbs and into rolling Virginia countryside. It has a quintessential small-town feel, with white fences, antique stores and colonial-style homes. It is also chockablock with brewpubs.