30 Second Beer Review – Starr Hill Festie

September 1, 2017 0

Over the past year, I had lost hope in Fest Beers, Oktoberfest beers, and the like. They were getting hoppy where hoppiness doesn’t belong. They were getting too sweet when overt sweetness doesn’t belong. In some cases, they were just poorly made and downright vegetal, and that flavor NEVER belongs. I’ve found the beer to save us all – Starr Read More

Today is an Important Day for Georgia Craft Beer

September 1, 2017 0

I never thought that this day would come, and I’m sure Georgia residents and brewers feel the same. I’ve been waiting for this since my first trip down South 7 years ago. This is an important day in Georgia craft beer. Today, SB 85 goes into effect. You can finally buy a beer for on-site consumption. You can finally take Read More

Veil Brewing Never Know – The Best Beer I Had All Summer

September 1, 2017 0

I’ve become one of those lucky people who gets her hands on Veil Brewing on the reg. While it’s mostly NEIPAs that don’t excite me, every now and then a gose arrives unexpectedly, and my mouth starts to water. Oftentimes they are fruited goses, which are always alright with me. When that pineapple gose showed up, well to say I Read More

30 Second Beer Review: Sixpoint Puff – A DIPA I Can Believe In

September 1, 2017 0

This past weekend I visited my best friend and roommate from college and embarked on an outrageously fun girls weekend filled with great beer and unending roaring laughter. The kind of weekend we all need. A weekend that inspired this post. It was Friday night and we were visiting the Ugly Clam, an old Irish pub in downtown Reading, PA. Read More

What Makes it a Female Brewed Beer Compared to Male Brewed?

August 21, 2017 0

Q: What makes it a female brewed beer compared to make brewed? A: Well, the difference is quite simple: a female brewed beer would be a beer brewed by an individual who identifies as a woman. A male brewed beer would be beer brewed by an individual who identifies as a man. That’s it. There’s no difference in end product based Read More

Flying Dog Brewery and University of Maryland Partner on Hops Production Initiative

August 21, 2017 0

Maryland’s largest brewery and the University of Maryland (UMD) are committed to developing the highest quality ingredients for Maryland beer. Flying Dog has engaged with UMD’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in a partnership that will allow them to work side-by-side on the future of beer-centric agriculture in the region. To start, the focus is on hops. “Hop farming Read More

New Fermenters at Tröegs Make Room for More Scratch, Splinter Beers

August 21, 2017 0

NEW FERMENTERS TO PUSH TRÖEGS TO 100,00 BARREL MARK HERSHEY, PA – Eight new 1,000-barrel fermenters are arriving at Tröegs this week, giving our small-batch Scratch and Splinter programs room to roam. Last year, we brewed more than 100 new Scratch recipes to serve in our Tasting Room, and for the first time we started getting bottles of our wood-aged Splinter beers beyond Read More

Green Flash Brewing to open 3rd Brewery in Nebraska

August 21, 2017 0

GREEN FLASH BREWING CO. OPENING 3RD BREWERY IN LINCOLN, NEBRASKA NEW MIDWEST PRODUCTION FACILITY WILL FEATURE TASTING ROOM AND RESTAURANT San Diego, CA – August 16, 2017: Less than one year after opening doors to their second brewery on the east coast, Green Flash Brewing Co. announces they are expanding into the Midwest and opening a third location in Lincoln, NE.  They Read More

Iron Hill Celebrates Harvest Season with Pumpkin Ale

August 21, 2017 0

IRON HILL USHERS IN PUMPKIN SEASON WITH PUMPKIN ALE IN CANS, PLUS A MONTH’S WORTH OF FESTIVE FALL EVENTS The annual release marks the unofficial beginning of autumn in the mid-Atlantic, and this year, the brewery will pay tribute to the Full Corn Moon on Wednesday, September 6 On Wednesday, September 6 – the same day as the Full Corn Moon, the final Read More

Saint Benjamin Releasing River City Oktoberfest Lager on August 21

August 21, 2017 0

SAINT BENJAMIN BREWING IS COMMITTED TO MAKING THE BEST LAGERS IN PENNSYLVANIA River City Oktoberfest Lager will join the brewery’s award-winning flagship,  Pilsner Prosim, in convenient and environmentally friendly cans this fall On Monday, August 21, pioneering craft brewery Saint Benjamin Brewing Company will can River City, their authentic German-style Oktoberfest lager. The new canned beer will join their flagship Pilsner Prosim, which earned the Philadelphia Read More

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