Oregon City Brewing To Celebrate 9th Anniversary
<div>When Oregon City Brewing celebrates its 9th anniversary on Saturday, December 2nd, the brewery will be releasing two beers! The daylong celebration kicks off at 11:00am with live music from four bands beginning at 3:30pm! The first of two beers being released is Batch 1000. This 10% ABV Imperial Porter that incorporates 100 vanilla beans […]</div>
GoodLife Brewing Expands its Reach to Nevada with New Taproom
<div>GoodLife Brewing of Bend, Oregon will become the second Oregon brewery to expand to the state of Nevada with a new taproom. Though the Occidental Brewing expansion into the Reno, Nevada market was cut short due to COVID, this new expansion from GoodLife Brewing includes local partners in Henderson, Nevada, a growing suburb of Las […]</div>
BeerBoard: Drinksgiving Takes Another (But Smaller) Hit
<div>This year’s Thanksgiving Eve (November 22) was a bit lackluster for beer, with Drinksgiving/Blackout Wednesday draft volume down -2.5% year-over-year (YoY), according to BeerBoard, an on-premise market research firm.</div>
Kit NA Brewing Joins Forces With Sound Mind Live to Confront the Mental Health Crisis
<div>Kit NA Brewing, the award-winning and crushable non-alcoholic beer brand is proud to announce its transformative partnership with Sound Mind Live, a leading and inspiring non-profit organization dedicated to advancing mental health awareness and support.</div>
Luna Bay Introduces New Line of Zero Percent Tea Mocktails
<div>Luna Bay, a female-founded brand known for its premium tea-based beverages, is proud to announce the launch of its latest innovation: a line of delicious 0% ABV tea mocktails infused with magnesium.</div>
Introducing the Whoville Hideaway at Tap99 Pop-Up Bar
<div>For Washington D.C. residents and visitors seeking a festive holiday pop-up bar experience within city limits, look no further than Tap99, the city’s first 100% self-pour taphouse.</div>
Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Boston Beer in 2021 Shareholder Lawsuit
Boston Beer Company executives made “inactionable statement[s] of corporate optimism” about sales of Truly Hard Seltzer during its Q1 and Q2 earnings calls in 2021, negating a lawsuit and subsequent appeal filed by investors who alleged the company misled them about the brand and company’s performance. A panel of three Second Circuit judges upheld the... Read more »
Gentile Brewing Company Collaborates With South Africa’s Beer is Art for a Sorghum Pilsner
<div>There is a strong cultural link to sorghum that still remains in South Africa. Sorghum is seen as a culturally significant food, part of the South Africans indigenous foods and is part of the South Africans cultural heritage.</div>
Belching Beaver Lays Off 4 Sales Team Members, Citing Packaging Transition Woes
<div>Many craft breweries have made distribution and packaging changes in the last few years to combat changing off-premise trends and consumer purchasing habits. But transitions don’t always mean immediate positive changes, as Belching Beaver can attest.</div>
Brewbound Live Winter 2023: Meet the Pitch Slam Judges
<div>We’ve already revealed the semifinalists for Brewbound’s signature pitch competition, the Brewbound Live Pitch Slam, taking place at Brewbound Live in Marina del Rey on December 6 + 7. Now, let’s meet the judges.</div>
Reviewed: Sierra Nevada Dank Little Thing IPA
From Sierra Nevada Brewing – We rolled up a mix of sticky, floral, and tropical hops into this Dank Little Thing. Amarillo®, Chinook, and CTZ varieties help pack that resinous […]
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Federal Trade Commission Tells Court Total Wine ‘Relies on Hyperbole,’ Demands CID Enforcement
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) alleges that Total Wine & More “will continue to evade its production obligations absent an enforcement order” from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The agency and the national beverage-alcohol retailer are at odds over whether Retail Services & Systems, Inc. (RSSI), Total Wine’s parent company,... Read more »
Ash & Elm Cider Co. to Open Carmel Tasting Room
<div>Indianapolis-based Ash & Elm Cider Co. is headed north in 2024 and opening a second restaurant and tasting room in Carmel.</div>
Brewers Association Petitions TTB for Further Formula Requirement Exemptions
Last week, the Brewers Association submitted a petition to the TTB seeking exemption from formula requirements for specific ingredients used in brewing beer.
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🤔 INSIDER’S Week in Beer: When Everything’s an Alcohol Brand, Make a Nothing Beer
<div>I hope you didn’t forget to pick up a 19.2 for grandma this week on your “Crap, is that today??” c-store visit on the way to your family Thanksgiving dinner this week. #BlackoutWednesday has consequences people – do your shopping before doing your BCBS vertical next year, mmmkay?</div>
Best Breweries and Bars to Visit in Belgium
At the end of September, I joined a ten-day beer trip to Belgium led by Ryan and Rachel Evans, co-founders of Bruz Beers, and Peter and Frezi Bouckaert, co-founders of Purpose Brewing & Cellars.* Our mission? To visit the best breweries in Belgium. I met Ryan during a visit to Denver for GABF in 2022. […]
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What They Do Best | Funkytown Brewery Is Crafting Dreams
Funkytown Brewery founders Rich Bloomfield, Zack Day and Greg Williams met in 4th grade in Chicago and grew up together. They went to historically Black Grambling State University in Louisiana together, and returned to the Windy City together to begin their lives and careers. While attending parties, backyard barbecues, baby showers and other get-togethers in their twenties, they realized something else together: they were the only Black people bringing craft beer to these events.
“We noticed a
Imports Are About to Overtake Domestic Premiums in Scans
Dear Client: As we return to work after launching the holiday season with an eye toward the end of 2023, let's take a look at what's changed since mid-year to today. For one, we are in the unique position of having beer volumes improving while simultaneously dollars are declining, (volumes were running down 2.4% ytd … Continue reading "Imports Are About to Overtake Domestic Premiums in Scans"
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The 12 Beers of Gristmas – 2023 Holiday Ale Trail
<div>Returning for its second year is The 12 Beers of Christmas. Kicking off on December 1st, this 16-day Holiday Ale Trail will take place across a dozen Oregon breweries. The 12 Beers of Gristmas will take place from December 1 – 16, 2023 at breweries in Portland and McMinnville where you can grab a free […]</div>
Brewing Gammeltøl, Denmark’s Strong and Smoky Harvest-Time Farmhouse Ale
<div>Typically, gammeltøl was brewed in March for drinking in the autumn, but the Danish tradition of brewing this strong, smoky raw ale has virtually died out. You can help revive it.<p><a href="https://beerandbrewing.com/gammeltol/">Read the full article on beerandbrewing.com</a></p></div>