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We’ll bring the beer news, you bring the beer. This week’s stories: CraftBeer.com readers name the best beer bars in America, Creature Comforts gets an award from the State of Georgia, and Odell expands distribution. Catch the round up of the latest craft beer news in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Left Hand adds a new beer to their line up, Maui Brewing expands distribution, and Constellation is set to buy out Ballast Point. These are the hard-hitting craft beer news stories that you need to know. Keep reading to catch all of the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Welcome to the wonderful world of craft beer news. This week, I’m showcasing five completely different stories. To give you a little taste: Adam Dulye is now the Executive Chef of the BA and CraftBeer.com, American craft beer exports are seriously growing, and Oskar Blues made a big purchase. Read on to find out all of the details 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.
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.
Last weekend I had the great pleasure of going to the Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywines Festival in Vail, CO. 13 of us from Northern Colorado loaded into a caravan and headed up the mountain for the 13th annual fest. That’s right, lucky 13. What could go wrong there?