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There's a lot that goes into the design of a DC Brau beer can

There's a lot that goes into the design of a DC Brau beer can Before their brewery opened its doors, DC Brau founders Jeff Hancock and Brandon Skall would sit in their kitchens and design cans as a pre-emptive “cheers” to the company's future. Now, four years and nine different canned beers later, a new […]

Hop into spring with April beer festivals

Hop into spring with April beer festivals At any rate, Ommegang says you can find Fire and Blood at the following spots around town: the Soulard location of International Tap House, Hair of the Dog, Flying Saucer and SOHA Bar & Grill. In addition, Three Kings Public House reports that it will … Read more […]

Deschutes Brewery Squeezes a New IPA into Bottles and Kegs This Summer

Bend, OR (PRWEB) June 11, 2013 Fresh Squeezed IPA may well become the new ?main squeeze? for summer beer drinkers, as Deschutes Brewery moves a pub favorite into bottles and kegs for wider enjoyment. This mouthwateringly delicious IPA is a ?citrus bomb? in every way. Juicy citrus flavor and aroma spring from a heavy helping […]

Brooklyn Brewery pulls into Baltimore

Brooklyn Brewery pulls into Baltimore On Wednesday, Hersh's Pizza & Drinks in Riverside will host Local 2 Ways, a multi-course beer dinner celebrating local cuisine, interpreted two ways, by Josh Hershkovitz of Hersh's and Brooklyn Brewery house chef Andrew Gerson. Local 2 Ways is 7:30 May … Read more on Baltimore Sun (blog) Brooklyn Brewery […]

Craft Beer Week Pours into Northcenter and Roscoe Village

Craft Beer Week Pours into Northcenter and Roscoe Village Riverview Tavern at 1958 W. Roscoe St. is hosting a “meet the brewer” night featuring the female brewers of Goose Island, Rock Bottom and other Chicago breweries. "The goal of Chicago Craft Beer Week is as always, to entice patrons to explore the depth … Read […]

Hop City Barking Up a New Tree This Fall; Award-Winning Amber Lager Barrels into the US Marketplace

(PRWEB) September 26, 2012 Hop City an award-winning craft brewery, is the brainchild of brewmasters Kevin Gray and John Gagliardi, two longtime brewers who created Hop City?s first recipe, Barking Squirrel Lager, in 2009. They were thirsty for a tasty brew that was flavourful and complex, yet sessionable at the same time. After making its […]

Q&A: If I have a lot of small apples, how would I go about brewing them into a cider?

Question by gyrfalcon16: If I have a lot of small apples, how would I go about brewing them into a cider? I’m basically looking for information or a simple recipe on how to brew smaller 2″ apples into a cider. They’re slightly bitter apples… Best answer: Answer by cin_ann_43You need a cider press to make […]

Q&A: What is a good major if you want to go into brewing beer as brewmaster?

Question by : What is a good major if you want to go into brewing beer as brewmaster? I was reading that there are some schools that actually offer brewing programs. But I’m looking not other majors as well. I heard Biochemistry, Biomolecular and Chemical Engineering, and food sciences are some good ones. Best answer: […]

Valley’s Award Winning Ninth Smashburger Sizzles into Desert Ridge Marketplace

Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) April 04, 2012 Smashburger, the nation?s fastest growing ?better burger? restaurant and Phoenix?s Best Burger, as voted by the readers of Phoenix New Times and Arizona Foothills Magazine, is set to open its newest Valley location on Wednesday, April 11 at 21001 N Tatum Blvd at the Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix. […]

Old Wood From 1924 Hops Warehouse Hops Into Local Breweries

Petaluma, California (PRWEB) March 07, 2012 Heritage Salvage repurposes reclaimed wood from hops icon John I Haas warehouse into reclaimed flooring, custom tables, bars and counter tops for local breweries, taverns, wineries and restaurants. The last pieces landed in three San Francisco restaurants: Galette 88, Southpaw BBQ, and Hops and Hominy. Heritage Salvage reclaimed […]