• BBPA welcomes changes to NHS covid app
    The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has welcomed news that, based on public health advice, changes will be made to the NHS app to reduce ‘pings’. The trade association has revealed that as many as 1,000 pubs have been forced to temporarily close due to large ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Darren
    8 mins ago
  • Summer beer news from Deschutes Brewery
    Deschutes Brewery revealed some of its upcoming packaged beers in a mid-summer media newsletter, which went out last week. Some interesting tidbits to share from that, so I’ll jump right into the beers: Fresh Family – August 5th marks National IPA Day and Deschutes’ Fresh Family has something for every ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Jon Abernathy
    52 mins ago
  • Historic Beer Birthday: Albert Moortgat
    Today is the birthday of Albertus Carolus “Albert” Moortgat (August 2, 1890-September 14, 1983). He was the youngest son of Jan Léonardus Moortgat, who founded the brewery which became known as Duvel Moortgat. Albert took over the brewery around 1914 and in 1917 created their iconic beer, Duvel, although ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Jay Brooks
    1 hour ago
  • Make and Do
    Norwalk BrewHouse will be launching an Indie-GoGo campaign and one of the perks offered is the above glass. Now, I have more glassware than I can handle but I do like the simple slogan presented. Very Maine Beer Co. clear in the messaging. Do good things today and tomorrow ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Sean Inman
    3 hours ago
  • Dogfish Head Unveils Multi-Sensory Hoppy Variety Pack
    Milton, Del., Monday, August 2, 2021 – Forget about roses … it’s time to stop and smell the HOPS! Dogfish Head Craft Brewery introduces its NEW Hoppy Variety Pack. Hitting shelves NOW nationwide, this variety 12pk/12oz cans features four hop-forward beers, including NEW Blue Hen Pilsner, and offers drinkers a ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Brewpublic Staff
    3 hours ago
  • Toss One Back Thursday Live Stream – 7/29/21
    Published on 2021-08-03By Rod J
    4 hours ago
  • Goose Island Bourbon County Caramella Wheat Wine 2020 Live
    Published on 2021-08-03By Rod J
    4 hours ago
  • Brew at the Zoo
    West Orange: Brianna from Essex County Turtle Back Zoo sent information about Brew at the Zoo scheduled for Saturday, August 14 from 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm. Brianna says… Brew at the Zoo is BACK! Essex County Turtle Back Zoo and the Zoological Society of New Jersey will celebrate the ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Beer Infinity
    5 hours ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a The Velvet Underpants by Crux Fermentation Project at Untappd at Home
    Published on 2021-08-03By info@untappd.com
    5 hours ago
  • Brewed in collaboration with Steel Toe Brewing and Pelican alum, Jason Schoneman, Pelican announces Bird Day Vol. III.
    image courtesy Pelican Brewing Company Press ReleasePacific City, OregonPelican Brewing Company continues its 25th birthday celebration with the debut of an innovative new beer style for Bird-Day Volume III.  From the creative minds of Pelican brewmaster Darron Welch and Pelican alum Jason Schoneman of Steel Toe Brewing Pelican introduces Hopwine Ale. This triple dry-hopped sparkling ale delivers the ABV strength ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Northwest Beer Guide
    5 hours ago
  • Platform Pride Martian
    Platform Pride Martian is the June 2021 special release slushee style sour from the Cleveland craft brewery. Platform Pride Martian By Bill Lau | Potable Pastime Slushee style sour, 6% ABV, 8 IBUs, brewed with watermelon, pineapple, cherry, vanilla and lactosePlatform Beer Co., Cleveland, OH Platform Pride Martian – an ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By potablepastime
    6 hours ago
  • Halfway through 2021, Deschutes Brewery announces their upcoming releases to whet your appetite.
    Barely past the half-way marker of 2021 and already Bend’s Deschutes Brewery is looking to the future. Or maybe they are looking into the past. The present? Confused yet? They hope not. Starting in August, Deschutes Brewery is pleased to share the Fresh Family, a series of hop-inspired beers to pair ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Northwest Beer Guide
    7 hours ago
  • Brew at the Zoo
    West Orange: Brianna from Essex County Turtle Back Zoo sent information about Brew at the Zoo scheduled for Saturday, August 14 from 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm. Brianna says… Brew at the Zoo is BACK! Essex County Turtle Back Zoo and the Zoological Society of New Jersey will celebrate the ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By New Jersey Craft Beer
    7 hours ago
  • Schwebach seizes the opportunity and helps move Canteen forward
    Canteen general manager Jamie Schwebach is keeping things upbeat even while working harder than ever. A few years ago, while sharing a pint with Canteen head brewer Zach Guilmette, he made an interesting comment as we looked out on the then-newly-remodeled patio and the full crowd enjoying themselves out there. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-03By Beer Infinity
    7 hours ago
  • OLCC Updates Name to Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission
    Portland, OR — Today, August 2nd, 2021, the OLCC became the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission, dropping the word “Control” that had defined the agency’s original post-Prohibition mission. Previously referred to as the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the agency began regulating recreational marijuana after voters approved Measure 91 in November, 2014. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Brewpublic Staff
    8 hours ago
  • Tickets on Sale for the 1st Annual BriteVibes FestivalTM An Unparalleled New York Experience
    Cooperstown, NY  – Tickets are now on sale for the Sept. 4 BriteVibes FestivalTM - a one-day event celebrating all things New York State: craft beer, food, musicians, artists and more. Created by the New York State Brewers Association in partnership with Brewery Ommegang, BriteVibes FestivalTM will take place ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    8 hours ago
  • Schwebach seizes the opportunity and helps move Canteen forward
    Canteen general manager Jamie Schwebach is keeping things upbeat even while working harder than ever. A few years ago, while sharing a pint with Canteen head brewer Zach Guilmette, he made an interesting comment as we looked out on the then-newly-remodeled patio and the full crowd enjoying themselves out there. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Stoutmeister
    8 hours ago
  • The beginning of the end: back at The Drapers
    On Saturday we did something we’ve been dreaming about for months – we sat at our favourite table at The Drapers Arms and drank a few pints. Like a lot of things these days, it was somehow both highly emotional and completely normal. Our brains couldn’t quite cope: did we ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Boak & Bailey
    11 hours ago
  • Sippin’ In San Diego: North Park Part 3
    Sippin’ In San Diego: North Park Part 3 Known to many as a prominent craft beer city, San Diego, California, has been atop my list of places to visit since I got into craft beer in 2006. After surviving the pandemic, and the lack of travel for beer opportunities ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Dan Beaubien
    11 hours ago
  • Monday Night Brewing Celebrates 10 Years with Tie One On Party This Weekend
    From Monday Night: Tie One On Anniversary Party Set To Be Best Ever ATLANTA, GA  (August 2, 2021)—Atlanta-based Monday Night Brewing is celebrating their ten-year anniversary August 7-8 with a party of epic proportions. “Tie One On,” the brewery’s anniversary celebration, is back after a year off. A lot ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    11 hours ago
  • Dogfish Head Releasing Hoppy Variety Pack With Scratch And Sniff Box
    From Dogfish Head: Forget about roses … it’s time to stop and smell the HOPS! Check out our new Hoppy Variety Pack! Hitting shelves now nationwide, this variety 12 pack of 12 oz. cans features four hop-forward beers, including NEW Blue Hen Pilsner, and offers drinkers a unique, multi-sensory ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    11 hours ago
  • Surly Releasing Invisible Rays Tropical IPA
    From Surly: NOW YOU SEE IT We’ve had a long, hot summer here. Chances are you have too. We’re also aware, more than most, that this summer will eventually end. We know what awaits. Making the most of the sunstruck days and warm evenings on the calendar is essential. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    13 hours ago
  • NJ beer job posting: Cellar Position
    Position available Cellar Position Job Description OBJECTIVEThis position performs all tasking within the cellar, which includes but is not limited to, CIPs, SIPs, CUPs, dry hopping, transferring and assorted tasks related to the well being of our beer. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES*Performs basic cellar duties; yeast drops, temperature and pressu ... The ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Beer Infinity
    13 hours ago
  • 1st Visit – Far Field Beer Co.
    Far Field Beer Co. opened on Saturday after months of doing to-go only and here is my report on the beers and the taproom… Feller Hoppy Pilsner – very toasty and malt forward.  Not much in the way of hoppiniess though. if sold as lager would work better for me. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Sean Inman
    13 hours ago
  • NJ beer job posting: Cellar Position
    Position available Cellar Position Job Description OBJECTIVEThis position performs all tasking within the cellar, which includes but is not limited to, CIPs, SIPs, CUPs, dry hopping, transferring and assorted tasks related to the well being of our beer. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES*Performs basic cellar duties; yeast drops, temperature and pressure checks, maintain ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Mike
    14 hours ago
  • Beer In Ads #3804: Wealth Of The West … Manufacturing
    Sunday’s ad is for “Rainier Beer,” from 1944. This ad was made for the Seattle Brewing & Malting Co., who made Rainier Beer, and was later known as the Rainier Brewing Company of Seattle, Washington. This is part of series of ads using the “Wealth of the West” tagline toward the ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Jay Brooks
    14 hours ago
  • Grab Discounted Tickets for This Week’s Denver Burger Battle
    Long before the recent rise in craft, the pairing of burgers and beers were synonymous in a way that has come to define summer grilling, baseball games, and the American way. But as modern tastes have evolved past well-done chargrilled hockey pucks and watered down cheap light lagers, the beer ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Tristan Chan
    14 hours ago
  • Front Porch Chats #70
    A couple days ago I was hanging out at Migration’s rooftop pub downtown, looking out at the city and the loudest thought I had was: ‘We’re gonna lose all this, and for no good reason whatsoever.’ Sitting on my porch now, a Boss Rambler beer club Coastal Service on ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By grotusque
    15 hours ago
  • Eastside Brewing open in Reynoldsburg
    Better late than never sharing this news — back in January, Rich Hennosy, owner of Buckeye Lake Brewing, opened a second brewery in Reynoldsburg: Eastside Brewing. Eastside features a 15-bbl brewing system with one 30-bbl fermenter and six 15-bbl fermenters, with beers for both Buckeye Lake and Eastside now ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Bill Babbitt
    15 hours ago
  • Tröegs Releases Lucky Holler Hazy IPA
    From Tröegs: HERSHEY, PA – Tröegs Independent Brewing announces the release of Lucky Holler, a hazy IPA inspired by the brewery’s annual hop selection trip to the Pacific Northwest. “We go to Yakima to select hops for the beers that everybody knows and loves,” says Tröegs brewmaster and co-founding ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    16 hours ago
  • Burial Beer & Heavy Resin Team Up For Excommunication From The Altar of Nonconformity
    Here’s another catchy beer name coming from Burial Beer in Asheville, NC. This is Excommunication From The Altar of Nonconformity and it will be a collaboration with Heavy Resin. The beer is an imperial stout with Meyer lemon zest, lemon crystals, dried lemon wheels, shortbread, cinnamon and Mexican, Tahitian and Madagascar ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    16 hours ago
  • 29 Rising International Breweries To Get You In The Olympic Spirit
    Trappist Ales, room-temperature pints, and generic lagers. Maybe you once heard your most enthusiastic beer friend explaining the origins behind the “India” in India Pale Ale and the “Russian” in Russian Imperial Stout after their 5th flight of the day. While 20 years ago this may have been the extent ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Karl Kalinkewicz
    17 hours ago
  • Oak Smoked Lager Recipe & Brewday
    Smoked beer. Is any class of beer more despised than smoked beer? Even sour beer has risen from an isolated corner of beer geekdom into the mainstream. Plenty of people still don't enjoy sour beer but at least we've most past the this-batch-is-infected-we-brew-sour-beer-now era of brewing. Smoked beer, however, remains ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Adam Kielich
    17 hours ago
  • The Bruery Adding Doctor’s Orders & Terreux Bruesicle DFG
    This morning I have some new beers coming from The Bruery in Placentia, CA. Doctor’s Orders will be a Jamaican Rum barrel-aged blonde ale with fresh coconut, pineapple, Madagascar vanilla beans, orange zest and nutmeg. This 2021 Edition will sail in at 10.8%-AbV and you’re looking at the 750ml bottle. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    18 hours ago
  • Ithaca Adding Chai Pumpkin Cans
    Here’s a new can coming this fall from Ithaca Beer in Ithaca, NY. This is Chai Pumpkin and it will be a pumpkin ale with spices, lactose and natural tea flavor. This beer will hit 8%-AbV and you’re looking at the 16oz can. Stay tuned for fall 2021 release info. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    18 hours ago
  • The Return of the 13th Annual Oakridge Keg & Cask Festival
    In less than two weeks, the 13th Annual Oakridge Keg & Cask Festival returns to Oregon mountain town of Oakridge. This fundraising street fair makes its return on Saturday, August 14 beginning at 3:00pm that’ll feature craft beer, Willamette Valley wines, organically distilled spirits with a day full of live ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By D.J.
    18 hours ago
  • Country Boy Brewing Co. | Delusions of Grandeur
    Country Boy Brewing Company was started by four Kentuckians with big dreams and a passion for craft beer. Their delusions of grandeur came true and, because of that, now you too can share their Delusions of Grandeur – a hazy IPA they released just a little bit ago. Delusions ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Dave Drury
    18 hours ago
  • Bath Ales announces meet the brewer open days
    Bath Ales is to launch regular meet the brewer open days at its state-of-the-art Hare Brewery in Warmley. The first event will be on Saturday, 7th August.  Bath Ales production manager, Will Hartley: Photograph: Bath Ales The immersive experience will take place on the first Saturday of ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Darren
    20 hours ago
  • More than 150 pubs could re-open in Wales on 7th August
    The Welsh Beer & Pub Association (WBPA) says more than 150 pubs in Wales could re-open on 7th August, if the Welsh government presses ahead with the planned removal of most covid restrictions on that date. The Welsh government has previously stated that it intends to ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Darren
    20 hours ago
  • Shepherd Neame Cask Club returns with Rebel Flame
    Shepherd Neame is bringing back its real ale initiative Cask Club this month, and the first beer on offer is new brew Rebel Flame. Photographs: Shepherd Neame A 4.5% ABV tropical IPA, Rebel Flame is deep golden in colour with a combination of floral, mango, and citrus ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Darren
    21 hours ago
  • New programme announced by Beer Tours UK
    Steve Hobman’s Beer Tours UK has announced new tour opportunities following the relaxation of covid restrictions for pubs and brewery taps. The new tours include an inaugural visit to the Isle of Man and the launch of a Northern Cities Beer Odyssey in 2021, with a proposed ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Darren
    22 hours ago
  • The Heineken boycott
    You'll be delighted to learn that I am back with Heineken. No more of that family crap.Not everyone was delighted with Heineken as an employer. Things were bad enough at their Amsterdam brewery that workers' organisations called for a boycott of Heineken products. at least initially, the boycott didn't apply ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Ron Pattinson
    1 day ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a Sumomo by Great Notion Brewing at Oak Hills Greenvelt TOO
    Published on 2021-08-02By info@untappd.com
    1 day ago
  • Stone Releases Enjoy By 09.06.21 IPA (Limited Areas)
    From Stone: Brewing is a labor of love for us. And that's why Stone Enjoy By 09.06.21 IPA invites you to take a break and savor this 9.4% ABV creation in honor of Labor Day. But you don't need to wait that long. Shipping out now in Southern California and ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By MyBeer Buzz
    1 day ago
  • Cool Beers and Labels for August 2021
    It is hard to keep up with all the new beer releases. Sometimes you just have to filter to style or hop or… …the color green. It is my wife’s favorite color so it now catches my eye as well and these two LA breweries are using it very ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-02By Sean Inman
    1 day ago
  • Elst Brewing Co | Christmas in July – Belgian Christmas Ale
    Hello all! I hope this summer has treated you well. When it comes to local craft beer, our friends-in-beer have certainly taken great care of us. Without looking, I know that in my beer fridge right now is beer from Next Level, Clinch River, Albright Grove, Xul, and Elst and ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-01By Beer Infinity
    1 day ago
  • Elst Brewing Co | Christmas in July – Belgian Christmas Ale
    Hello all! I hope this summer has treated you well. When it comes to local craft beer, our friends-in-beer have certainly taken great care of us. Without looking, I know that in my beer fridge right now is beer from Next Level, Clinch River, Albright Grove, Xul, and Elst and ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-01By Rob
    1 day ago
  • Beer In Ads #3803: Refreshing Thought
    Saturday’s ad is for “Rainier Beer,” from 1940. This ad was made for the Seattle Brewing & Malting Co., who made Rainier Beer, and was later known as the Rainier Brewing Company of Seattle, Washington. This is another ad supporting their push into the Alaska market, showing... [[Click through to ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-01By Jay Brooks
    2 days ago
  • Class
    It's the reason I don't live in the UK. I never felt comfortable. Always something nibbling away at me. A monkey on my back. Class.My mum told me that her mother wouldn't let her brother Norman take the 11 plus. Not because he wouldn't have passed. She knew he would. ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-01By Ron Pattinson
    2 days ago
  • Far Field Beer Grand Opening Photos
    These photos were taken Saturday afternoon at the South Bay’s newest craft brewery, Far Field Beer Company, who celebrated their grand opening in Lawndale. The event had a pretty nice turnout, with lots of families in attendance as well as many local craft beer fans that are frequently seen at ... read more
    Published on 2021-08-01By Lloyd Brown
    2 days ago

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