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Brewers Association Launches Supporter Seal and Website

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The U.S. craft beer movement extends beyond breweries, and now the businesses and organizations who want to show they support independent brewers can adopt a seal of their own. We can’t send you beer, but we can send you our newsletter! Submit We’ll never share your personal info. See our privacy policy. The Brewers Association […]

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The Bruery™ Releases Foeder-aged Wit The Funk

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Orange County, CA – For the first time ever, Bruery Terreux is bringing the funk… into cans. Wit The Funk is a refreshingly tart, foeder-aged Wit beer dropping in 16 oz. cans in early February. Crafted with tradition in mind, the process begins with a classic Wit beer, brewed with coriander, orange peel, and traditional […]

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7th Annual Seacoast Winter Brewfest

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The Seacoast’s favorite winter brewfest has returned to Portsmouth for a seventh year to kick off Portsmouth Beer Week. Two sessions * 25+ Breweries * 80+ Beers. The brewfest features local and regional craft beers from your favorite breweries. Both sessions includes a VIP option, which includes early access to the festival, a selection of […]

Idaho Brewers United Announces Benefit Beer

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Boise, ID – Idaho Brewers United (IBU) first Benefit Beer, United Pils, is now available on draft throughout Idaho. Featuring Idaho-grown malted barley and hops, United Pils will help IBU, Idaho’s craft brewers guild, advocate on behalf of Idaho breweries and the craft beer community. The hoppy lager was brewed at MickDuff’s Brewing (Sandpoint) with […]

New Historical Marker Recognizes 1815 Nashville Brewery

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Nashville, Tennessee — A new historical marker celebrating the Nashville Porter and Ale Brewery was recently installed by Metro Nashville Public Works at Charlotte Avenue and 19th Avenue North. The Nashville Porter and Ale Brewery, founded by Thomas Burland in 1815, served Nashville’s earliest residents. It was located 1.5 miles west of downtown on the […]

Women Flourish in Atlanta’s Craft Beer Scene

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From the drinkers to the brewers, craft beer is a male-dominated industry, but there’s a growing number of women filling the seats at breweries and beer bars. In 2018, we also saw several female-focused beer festivals, from Beer With(out) Beards in New York City, SheBrew Beer Festival in Portland, Oregon, to FemAle BrewFest in Fort […]

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Proof Brewing Company To Open New Facility

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Proof Brewing Company is excited to announce the grand opening of its new home in Tallahassee, Florida. The new location features expanded brewery production, quality control lab, tasting room, beer garden, private events space, and restaurant. The revitalization and move to the abandoned Coca-Cola Bottling Facility, built in 1948, began in late spring of 2018. […]

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2019 Arizona Strong Beer Festival

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If you attend any craft beer festival in the Phoenix area all year, this should be it! The 19th annual Arizona Strong Beer Festival will take place on February 9 this year at Steele Indian School Park, serving as the major kick-off celebration to the 10-day stretch of hundreds of craft beer events that make […]