Stone Adding Enjoy By 09.04.17 Unfiltered IPA

25 July 2017

imageHere’s your first peek an the next Enjoy By beer coming from Stone Brewing.  This is Enjoy By 09.04.17 (Happy Labor Day) and it will be the unfiltered version coming to 22oz and 12oz bottles as well as draft.  Stay tuned for release details & markets.imageimage


Find Your #HoppyPlace at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival®

imageFrom The Brewers Association:

What:                          For the 36th year, beer lovers will gather in Colorado at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), the renowned American beer festival and competition, to find their #HoppyPlace and sample some 3,800 beers from more than 800 breweries around the country.

Thursday, October 5:
5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Friday, October 6:
5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 7*:
12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

       *Brewers Association and American Homebrewers Association members-only session

Saturday, October 7: 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Where:                         Colorado Convention Center

700 14th Street

Denver, Colorado

Why:                           GABF brings together the brewers and beers that make the U.S. the world’s most diverse brewing nation. Since its conception in 1982, GABF has been growing and evolving along with the American brewing community and represents the largest collection of U.S. beer ever served, in the format of a public tasting event plus a privately judged competition. Showcasing scores of diverse beers, Thrillist dubbed the event, “The One Beer Festival You Must Go to Before You Die.”

This year, GABF will welcome back popular awards and attractions—including the Golden Ticket Giveaway, Heavy Medal Booth and Support Your Local Brewery Pavilion—offering attendees the opportunity to sample unique indie and international award-winning beers.

Ticket Info:                   GABF tickets will be available for purchase to the general public online on August 2, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. MDT/12:00 p.m. EDT via

A ticket pre-sale exclusively for members of the American Homebrewers Association and Brewers Association will take place on August 1, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. MDT/12:00 p.m. EDT. Members will receive a personal offer code to purchase tickets for this session. You must have purchased a membership to the American Homebrewers Association or Brewers Association by July 23, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. PDT, to be eligible for the member pre-sale.


embers-Only Session
tickets are $70 each, with a two ticket limit per member number.

General Session tickets are $85 public/$80 members (if purchased during the members only sale on August 1) and include:

· Commemorative tasting cup

· Unlimited one-ounce samples of your choice of 3,800 beers

· Festival guide and free app to help attendees navigate the festival hall

· Access to dozens of educational and interactive seminars

· Opportunity to speak with brewery representatives at designated “Meet the Brewer” booths.

· Complimentary artisan cheese samples, craft soda samples and a variety of other food options.

· Entertainment, including live music, games, costumes, a silent disco and more.

Note: Due to limited availability, GABF General Session ticket sales are capped at four tickets per session per ticket buyer.-----

Additional ticket information can be found on the GABF website.



New for 2017:               New Festival Hall Layout:

· More Meet the Brewer Booths: Meet and mingle with the brewers behind your favorite beers. This year, there will be over 150 participating brewers!

· Expanded Brewpub Pavilion: Get a taste of your local brewpub! A record 48 breweries, representing each region of the country, will pour their locally brewed beers right in the center of the festival hall.

· #beertravel Pavilion: There’s no better vacation than a “beercation”! will provide an opportunity for established and growing craft beer destinations to interact with 60,000 dedicated beer lovers.


Small Town Brewery Takes Freshness to New Heights with Not Your Father's Mountain Ale

imageWe brought you a peek already (back in March), and now this from Small Town Brewery:

WAUCONDA, IL ., July 25, 2017  It's summer and sizzling—the time when most Americans flock to the mountains, ocean or poolside to beat the heat. And starting today, Small Town Brewery serves up ice-cold refreshment with the introduction of Not Your Father's Mountain Ale, from America's Favorite Flavored Brewing Company.

The brand new brew joins category leader, Not Your Father's Root Beer, to round out its portfolio of artisanal flavors that also includes Not Your Father's Vanilla Cream Ale & Not Your Father's Ginger Ale.

Not Your Father's Mountain Ale is a bold, invigorating brew made with a fresh, crisp finish & notes of citrus, reminiscent of a clear alpine day.  It is lightly carbonated and comes packaged in a standout green glass bottle and label.

"At Small Town Brewery, we don't chase trends; we create them," said Gleb Lifshits, Vice-President, Small Town Brewery. "As the pioneer of the category, we are always looking for ways to innovate & meet our consumers' evolving needs. Anticipation for Not Your Father's Mountain Ale has been unprecedented, and we look forward to another record-breaking year ahead," he added.

Not Your Father's Mountain Ale has an ABV of 5.0% and will be available at all major US retailers in six-packs of 12 oz. bottles as well as 24 oz. individual cans, for a retail price of $10.99 and $2.75, respectively.


BrewDog Announces NEW BrewDog Australia

imageFrom BrewDog:

Back in April, James and Martin made a series of announcements from the stage of the AECC in Aberdeen as part of their #PunkAGM2017 business update. All of them – and every one of our plans for the rest of the year – are built on a single foundation. We live or die by the quality of the beer in your glass. And in a week when Ohio-brewed Punk IPA hits the taps of craft beer bars in the US, we have another huge announcement relating to super-fresh BrewDog craft beer.

People of Australia – we are heading down under to build a brewery for you.

This is more than a statement of intent; it is a promise. Just as our US Equity Punk community are now enjoying home-brewed BrewDog beer, our Australian shareholders and customers will be able to do the same. We are committed to shortening the distance between ourselves and the people who enjoy our beer – and if that distance happens to be ten thousand miles? No worries.

We are now looking for the perfect site for BrewDog Australia – and you can help.

We’re after a kick-ass location for our brewhouse, and are narrowing our eyes on two areas on the east coast growing at lightning speed – Newcastle and Brisbane. We love the vibe of these cities and think either would be perfect for a BrewDog brewery/brewpub. If you know of somewhere suitable we can rock up to in these areas – or elsewhere in Australia – then we have the perfect person for you to get in touch with!

We’re hugely excited to welcome Zarah Prior back into the BrewDog family to spearhead our exploration of her home country. She will be hitting the streets of her native Oz in search of our new home, so before she checked in for that day-long flight we caught up with her in Ellon to get the lowdown on possible sites we are considering for BrewDog Australia. If you know of somewhere that fits the bill below – drop her an email on!

- An existing industrial site to redevelop with a built up facility of 2,000 - 4,000m²

- Or, a plot of land able to accommodate a build of that size with room for expansion

- A location with a great local community actively promoting urban renewal

- Councils or local authorities looking for new investment in their area

- Something unique that will make our brewery and taproom truly awesome!

If you can see yourself being neighbours with our amazing team at BrewDog Australia HQ – then put together the details on the specifics and fire an email through to Zarah. It could be the most important click of the mouse you ever make!

Building a brewery in Australia is a huge undertaking for us, but we love the passion of the people there and want nothing more than to reward them for looking out for us from the other side of the world. Super-fresh BrewDog beer brewed in their backyard.

Australia – where should we pitch up?


Goose Island Releasing Imperial 49 Imperial IPA

imageFrom Goose Island:

New beer alert! Imperial 49 - an imperial IPA brewed with 5 hop varieties: Amarillo, Chinook, Cascade, Calypso, & Galaxy. 8.4% ABV, 80 IBU.


Bell’s Brewery Announces it will Continue as Title Sponsor of the Bell’s Beer Bayview to Mackinac Race Through 2019

imageFrom Bell’s:

COMSTOCK, MI . – Bell’s  Brewery, Inc. will return as the title sponsor of the Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race for another two years.

The 94th annual race from Port Huron to Mackinac Island will set sail on July 14, 2018, marking Bell's eighth year as presenting sponsor of the longest, consecutively-run freshwater race in the world.

"We are extremely proud to continue to sponsor this race,” said Larry Bell , president and founder of Bell's Brewery. “It has a huge, positive impact on local economies, gives back to our community and puts a spotlight on an incredible treasure that we should all work to protect, our Great Lakes."

More than 2,000 sailors participated in this year's race on more than 200 boats. The economic impact of the race on the Port Huron and Mackinac Island communities is estimated between $30 and $59 million, making it one of the premiere events hosted in the state of Michigan and one with major economic impact to numerous Michigan businesses, especially those in the tourism industry.

“We have been tremendously fortunate to have Bell’s Beer as the title sponsor for the Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race,” said Hans Brieden, 2017 Bayview Yacht Club Commodore. “The entire company has embraced the race and is valued partner to Bayview Yacht Club, the sailors and the community. We look forward to the next two years and what’s next for the race with Larry, Laura and Bell’s by our side.”

More than 75,000 sailing fans, families and partygoers were expected to attend a variety of events in Port Huron leading up to the start and festivities on Mackinac Island this week.

A partnership with the Alliance for the Great Lakes was also added this year. Along with its continued support for Set Sail for Autism, the Bell's Beer Bayview to Mackinac Race continues to support organizations that focus on giving back to the community and promote good stewardship of our resources.


Left Hand Brewing Makes History Again with First US Production Run of Nitro Widget Cans

imageFrom Left Hand:

LONGMONT, CO  • July 25, 2017 – In 2011, Left Hand  made history and pioneered the way for beer drinkers to enjoy a draft-like experience at home with the release of Milk Stout Nitro bottles. Left Hand Brewing Co. is back at it again with the first ever US production run of a US made nitro widget can. Milk Stout Nitro cans will make Left Hand’s most popular and influential beer more accessible than ever. Now nitro fans can take the beer on the go and drink a perfectly smooth and creamy Milk Stout Nitro right from the can. While a glass is recommended for the perfect pint from any package, cans bring greater drinking versatility.

“Beer fans have been asking for Milk Stout Nitro in a can for years. We have been exploring options for some time with the hopes of being able to someday deliver.  We started canning some of our core and seasonal brands last year, but engineering our canning line to produce nitro with the highest quality & finding the right widget to produce the perfect draft-like or Hard Pour bottle experience took some time.  So, we are very pleased to now offer beer drinkers, without a stout glass in reach, the ultimate nitro experience with the versatility of a widget can and our award-winning Milk Stout recipe. We hope it makes stout lovers rejoice,” said Sarah Watson, Left Hand Brewing Co. Marketing Director. 

While Ball had previously worked with US craft brewers to supply widget cans, Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro cans are the first being produced in the US. Ball completed the installation of their first US widget line in March amid growing interest around the nitro experience. The US widget by Ball is different than the widget used by the global brand Diageo, parent company of Guinness, that have a ball-shaped device floating in the liquid which releases nitrogen wherever it is the liquid upon opening. This US widget looks like a small top hat that is adhered to the bottom of the can which provides a consistent nitrogen release from the bottom up. This has shown to provide superior results because it ensures an even and consistent release of nitrogen throughout the beer when opened.


For Left Hand and Ball Corporation, quality is paramount. Both teams collaborated for months, ensuring that proper equipment, specifications, and filling parameters were defined. On the day of the first fill, our teams worked together to dial in all the components to ensure a consistent, creamy, Nitro Milk Stout experience with every can." said Melanie Edwards Virreira, Marketing Director for Ball. Ball Project Manager Ed Klimkowsky and Ball Sales Specialist Alex Brandt were on hand for the momentous production run.

Milk Stout Nitro cans will begin shipping July in Colorado, then across the brewery’s 41-state footprint in the fall along with Milk Stout Nitro bottles, Nitro seasonals and draft.


Hi-Wire Brewing Announces 2017 Fall Seasonals and Specialties

imageFrom Hi-Wire:

Asheville, NC - After a busy summer, things do not seem to be slowing down for Hi-Wire Brewing. With production in full swing, Hi-Wire Brewing is excited to announce the release of four beers in the upcoming month.

Taking home the Gold Medal at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival in the German-Style Maerzen beer-style category, customers will be able to enjoy Hi-Wire Brewing’s Zirkusfest Oktoberfest (6% ABV) beginning the first week of August. Zirkusfest is a traditional Maerzen that boasts all the flavors one wants in a rich Oktoberfest lager without the heavy finish. The use of Munich malt provides upfront biscuity and honey flavors that fade into a dry finish. Zirkusfest Oktoberfest will be available on draught and in six-packs throughout Hi-Wire Brewing’s entire distribution footprint, as well as both of Hi-Wire’s taprooms.

For the fifth year in a row, Hi-Wire Brewing will be releasing Lion Tamer Rye IPA (7% ABV). This popular ale seasonal is aggressively hopped with a blend of citrus-forward Citra and Amarillo hops. Ruby red in color, Lion Tamer’s citrus fruit flavors are rounded out by the unmistakable spice bite of rye. Also available in six-packs and on draft, this beer will see Hi-Wire’s entire footprint beginning July 28.

Coming out of their Specialty program for the first time this fall is Hi-Wire Brewing’s Southern Hemisphere IPA (7% ABV). With hops from New Zealand and Australia, join Hi-Wire Brewing on an exploration of southern hops in this aromatic and drinkable India pale ale. Notes of green melon, juicy cantaloupe, and piney resin balance perfectly with a firm bitterness that doesn’t linger and finishes dry. Available in 4-packs of 16oz cans, Southern Hemisphere IPA will see limited distribution in Hi-Wire Brewing’s entire footprint beginning August 14.

Lastly, Hi-Wire Brewing will be releasing their much anticipated Apricot Sour Ale (8.5% ABV) Saturday, August 5 at 12pm from their South Slope facility | 197 Hilliard Ave. With upfront sourness, this beer is balanced with apricot sweetness before finishing dry and oaky from red-wine barrels. With a total fermentation time of 11 months, this sour ale will be available in 750ml bottles and will see limited distribution the second week of August.


The Veil Releasing whiteferrari, Goosebumpz, Organic Brazilian Wildflower and Fried Fried Chicken Chicken 7/25

imageFrom The Veil:

Starting at 4pm we will begin selling the following brands in fresh 4/ packs of 16oz cans.

~Fried Fried Chicken Chicken 8% DDH Old Country DIPA hopped with Citra, Simcoe, and Enigma. collab with Evil Twin Brewing. (approx 256 cases. $18.50+tax/4-pack. 3x 4-packs per person)

~whiteferrari 8%, DIPA hopped with 50/50 Citra and Galaxy approx 205 cases. $16+tax/4-pack. 3x 4-packs per person)

~Goosebumpz 8% DIPA hopped with Mosaic, El Dorado, and Amarillo. (approx 195-220 cases. $16+tax/4-pack. 3x 4-packs per person)

~Organic Brazilian Wildflower Honey aged in bourbon barrels for 8 months. approx 100x cases (12x bottles per case) available. $25+tax per 500ml swing top bottle. 1x case/12x bottles per person

We will have these triple logo 16oz Willi glasses in white, black, and grey for $6+tax

(NO LIMIT) and in gold for $8+tax (NO LIMIT) from our tasting room.----

Intergalactic Tacos slinging tacos all night for Taco Tuesday!

Open 4-9. Come Hang!


The Hop Concept Adding Citra & Simcoe

imageIt’s only a keg label so far, but here we have The Hop Concept Citra & Simcoe.  This IPA will hit 8%-AbV and stay tuned for more packaging and details.


Ithaca Releasing Box Of Hops 16oz Can 8-Packs

imageFrom Ithaca:

Ithaca Beer Company is proudly releasing its annual Box of Hops in 8 packs with two 16 oz. cans of four different brands. The “hopalicious” Box of Hops variety pack is released every October and includes Ithaca’s flagship Flower Power IPA plus three rotating limited one-off IPA’s. In addition to Flower Power, the 2017 Box of Hops includes Pacific Gravity, a zesty citrus Double IPA; Dr. Zaic, Dr. Zaic, a fruity all Mosaic hopped Double IPA and Naked Pilgrim, an unfiltered New England style Double IPA. Ithaca began canning beer in the Spring of this year and is releasing the Box of Hops in 16 oz. can 8-packs for the first time.

In addition to the canned variety pack, each brand will be available in limited draft for select markets. As part of the release, Ithaca Beer will host a series of “Night of the Dank Lord” pub crawls and tap take overs featuring the Box of Hops lineup.

The Spirit of the Finger Lakes, Ithaca Beer Co. was founded in 1998 by Dan Mitchell who continues to independently own and operate the company. Located in Ithaca, NY, the brewery features a 50-barrel brewhouse with a 5-barrel pilot system that produces numerous small batches for its Taproom as well as for special wholesale occasions. Ithaca Beer currently brews approximately 23,000 barrels of beer annually and distributes to 45 wholesalers in 13 states including New York, Pennsylvania, New England, as far west as Ohio and as far south as Delaware.

Earlier this year, Ithaca Beer’s Flower Power was voted “The 25th Most Important Craft Beer Ever Brewed” by Food & Wine Magazine. The vote drew from more than 5,000 breweries and identified brands that spawned, defined and advanced the craft beer movement. The voting base was comprised of 21 experts from across the American beer scene, including legendary brewers like Sierra Nevada’s Ken Grossman, Boston Beer’s Jim Koch and Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione , as well as several industry leaders like the Brewers Association’s Julia Herz.


East End Announces Fresh Can Week

imageFrom East End:


We've gone can crazy! Join us at the Brewpub for a FULL WEEK of FRESH LOCAL BEER can releases, starting with:

- Green Giant Citra IPA back in 16oz cans, packs of 4 for $12
- BigHop American Ale in 6 packs for $12
Tango Food Truck here with great eats
- Trivia with
Buzz Worthy Pub Trivia at 7pm
- PLUS Partly Clahdy on draft, in tasters or pints only
- Seedless Watermelon Gose in 4 packs for $14
- Billu's Indian Grill food truck
- Partly Clahdy NE Style IPA in 4 packs for $16
La Palapa, Mexican Gourmet Kitchen Tacos & Quesadillas all night long

If there's a line at the register, limit one case per person; no line, no limit. Join us at the Brewpub for a can-tastic week (okay, we'll stop the puns now).

  • PARTLY CLAHDY is finally here! Our hazy IPA been in the tank and in progress for several months now; it's our newest brewer Andy's first recipe for us and we're delighted to share the results with you. Hopped with El Dorado and Azacca hops, enjoy this juicy beer at a drinkable 6%, on tap Wednesday and in cans on Friday.
  • SEEDLESS WATERMELON GOSE hits taps and cans Thursday, July 27. A sahr (sour) made with salt and freshly juiced watermelon, this is a perfect outdoor summer beer at just 4.1%.
  • CHERRYSTOMP is our second sahr to hit the taps in one week, this one a Berliner Weisse style-beer made with real sour cherries. Intensely delicious, tart, and drinkable.
  • MONKEY BOY is gone! Or rather, it stepped away from the taps for a bit to give some other beers a chance. If you miss that delicious wheat beer flavor, try our WITTE Belgian wheat beer at 5.2% abv or our R&R Helles Lager, a perfect summer lager (5.0% ABV).
  • The next batch of LITTLE HOP, our session IPA with rotating hops, uses cascade and centennial hops; look for it to hit the taps sometime in the next week or two!


Indeed Brewing's Mexican Honey and LSD Win at National Honey Beer Competition

imageFrom Indeed:

MINNEAPOLIS, MN JULY 25, 2017: Indeed  Brewing Company yesterday announced two wins at the 2017 National Honey Board's Honey Beer Competition. Mexican Honey Imperial Lager won gold in the Best Honey Lager category and LSD Honey Ale won silver in the Honey Fruit & Spiced Beer category.

The Honey Beer Competition is sanctioned by the Beer Judge Certification Program and hosted by the National Honey Board to recognize the best beers in the United States that use honey. The judging was held in St. Louis, Missouri and consisted of a blind tasting with winners chosen by majority vote. Over 100 beers made with honey were entered in the competition. Indeed Brewing was the only Minnesota brewery represented among the winning beers. 

Indeed's Head Brewer Josh Bischoff is well known for his use of honey. In addition to Mexican Honey and LSD, Indeed's Shenanigans Summer Ale and Old Friend Winter Warmer both feature the ingredient. Mexican Honey is brewed with 450 pounds of honey per 30-barrel batch and made with Mexican Orange Blossom Honey. LSD is brewed with sunflower honey from Ukraine. Both Mexican Honey and LSD have previously medaled at the Great American Beer Festival.


Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Begins Distribution to Kansas & Nebraska

imageFrom Rahr & Sons:

FORT WORTH, TX , July 25, 2017 Rahr & Sons Brewing Co., one of the largest craft breweries in Texas, has expanded distribution to Kansas and Nebraska. Its craft beers are available in Kansas now and will be available in Nebraska in early August.

Beers to be initially released in both states include Rahr's Blonde Helles Lager; Dadgum IPA; Ugly Pug Schwarzbier; Bucking Bock German-style Spring Bock; Oktoberfest Marzen Lager; and Mr. Wiggles Double Dank IPA. Beers will be available for purchase in cans and on draft at local stores, restaurants and bars. Other beers will be released seasonally throughout the year.

Since opening in the fall of 2004, owners Fritz & Erin Rahrhave exponentially increased Rahr & Sons' brewing capacity from 2,000 barrels a year to more than 20,000 barrels a year. Rahr & Sons started the craft beer movement of North Texasand has gone on to win more than 80 national and international awards.

"Rahr & Sons is proud to be an independent craft brewery focused on making great beer," said Fritz Rahr. "We are excited to break into these new markets & get to know the many craft beer fans in Kansas and Nebraska."

Fritz is of German heritage with almost 170 years of brewing tradition in his blood. In addition to Texas, Rahr & Sons is also distributed in Oklahoma.

Philanthropy has been an important element in Rahr & Sons' business since it started. The craft brewery provides fundraising & exposure opportunities for nonprofit organizations at its bi-weekly tour & tasting events; helps build water wells in developing parts of the world through its partnership with charity: water; and donates a portion of sales of The Fort Worth beer to the USS Fort Worth Support Committee. Rahr & Sons has also raised more than $185,000for numerous nonprofits through special events, like the Oktoberfest 5K.

For more information, visit and


Lakewood Brewing Celebrates 5 Years of Beers in North Texas

imageFrom Lakewood:

Dallas, TX: Lakewood Brewing Company (LBC) opened its doors in North Texas 5 years ago, and is throwing a huge celebration party for the community. Everyone is invited to Lakewood’s Taproom & Beer Garden on Saturday, July 29thfrom 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. to enjoy a full evening of beer, food, games and live entertainment.

Wim Bens, Founder & President of Lakewood Brewing Company, reflects on their growth, “It continues to be a wild ride here at LBC. We've grown a lot over the years but, we are proud to continue to be an independent family-owned craft brewery, selling beer only in Texas.”

“This year’s celebration is going to be awesome, with the release of not just Lion Share 5 (our Scottish ale aged in Scotch and bourbon barrels) but multiple additional beers that are only available at the anniversary party,” Wim continues. “Our covered beer garden will feature incredible live local music and we'll have local vendors to boot! Rain or shine this is going to be the best anniversary party yet!”

Attendees can expect to enjoy 30+ beers available on tap, including the debut of Lion's Share V, LBC’s fifth anniversary beer, and an array of vintage and experimental releases and all the favorites people have come to know and love. Performing on stage in the Beer Garden are the bands Signed Out from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Lincoln Durhamfrom 8:00-9:30 p.m. Food trucks will be lined up & ready to serve good eats in the Beer Garden: PIT COMMANDER BBQ, 7 Sisters Gourmet Food Truck and Balls by Broads.

Online tickets can be purchased for $25 at includes entry into the party, a Fifth Anniversary souvenir glass and a sampling card good for four complimentary 8oz pours of your choice. Day-of tickets are $30 at the door, and include a vintage souvenir glass of your choice. Not drinking? Designated driver tickets are $10 at the door which includes entry into the party with your friends and family, but no beer – thank you for getting everyone home safe.

A "Can Stand" will also be onsite with cans of beer for just $3 each, as well as additional sampling cards for $10 each. (Cash only – don’t worry, an ATM will be on site.)

For more information on featured beers for the day, entertainment & times, and to purchase your ticket(s), visit or


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