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Cape May Brewing Company Names John Appel COO

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Cape May, NJ– Cape May Brewing Company, the Jersey Shore’s premier local brewery, is pleased to welcome the newest member of their team. John Appel, a fifteen-year food and beverage industry veteran has signed on as the company’s new COO. “John is a seasoned professional who fits in well with our entrepreneurial culture,” says CMBC […]

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Payette Brewing Company Releases Imperial Pistolero

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(BOISE, ID) – Payette Brewing Company i­s excited to release a bold take to their year-round Pistolero Porter. Think of Imperial Pistolero Whiskey Barrel Aged Porter as the bigger and burlier amigo of their year-round favorite. Although the usual Pistolero comes in twelve-ounce cans all year, this robust take is available in twenty-two ounce bottles […]

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New Festival Brings Hundreds of Wood-Aged Beers to Portland, Maine

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Whether it’s fresh or toasted oak, American or French in origin, and aged for months or years on bourbon- or wine-soaked staves, there’s just something mysterious and magical about introducing beer to wood. To celebrate this flavorful union, BeerAdvocate (BA) is hosting a one-day, two-session festival called Beer Meets Wood on Saturday, September 23rd at 58 […]

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Societe Releases Unprecedented FIVE New Beers

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SAN DIEGO, CA—While some breweries release new beers at such a rapid pace their patrons can barely keep up, Societe Brewing Company marches to the beat of its own drummer—a much slower beat. Long-time offerings are what primarily draw fans to (and back to) the San Diego brewery, with new beers debuting one-to-four times per […]