Women in Craft Beer – Hannah Ison (Zeroday Brewing)

November 3, 2017 0

Everyone starts somewhere, and for Hannah Ison, she’s starting here in Harrisburg. If you’ve visited Zeroday Brewing before, you’ve probably seen her there, or maybe heard her there – her exuberant laugh is unmistakable, and her energy is contagious throughout the establishment. I met Hannah a few years back at a party, and immediately saw a bit of myself in Read More






Richmond Beer Trail Expands to Feature a Total of 32 Breweries

November 2, 2017 0

Richmond Beer Trail Expands to Feature a Total of 32 Breweries ~Trail Has Added Eight New Breweries~ Richmond (October 17, 2017) – Due to the rapid growth of the Richmond region’s beverage scene, the Richmond Beer Trail has expanded to include a total of 32 breweries, five of which have opened since the trail’s launch and three set to open Read More






Things We’re Not Buying – AB InBev

October 17, 2017 0

Yesterday, the Brewer’s Association decided to launch the #TakeCraftBack campaign, a crowdfunded effort with a fake goal of raising $213 billion to ‘buy out’ AB-Inbev. Serving mainly as a publicity stunt, the campaign doesn’t intend to actually collect a penny from anyone, unless they get enough pledges to hit the $213 billion goal, and instead they grow their email list, Read More






There’s a New Beer in Towne – Meet Towne Park Brewing Co.

October 12, 2017 0

There’s a New Beer in Towne! Anaheim, CA. – Towne Park Brew is proud to announce the opening of their first flagship brewery in Anaheim, California coming September 2017. The brewery is one of the largest and most notable craft brewery’s in the area with an impressive 20,000-square foot, 30-barrel brew house, catering to the community of like-minded, quality craft-beer enthusiasts Read More






Drake’s Brewing Co. War Pigeon Returns!

October 12, 2017 0

Drake’s Brewing Co. Brings Back War Pigeon, A Limited Release Double IPA SAN LEANDRO, CA | (October 4, 2017) — After its 2016 debut, War Pigeon is back again by popular demand as a limited release double IPA, available now through the end of November. War Pigeon is dry and bright and brewed with a variety of ultra-fresh hops from Read More






Great Basin Brewing Co. Introduces October Beer’d Science Series

October 12, 2017 0

Great Basin Brewing Co., Nevada’s oldest brewery, is hosting a series of events tapping into the sciences throughout the month of October. Great Basin Brewing Co. is known for engineering great beer that comes from a place of knowledge and discovery. Those with a thirst for knowledge can attend and “geek out” at any of these events to learn more Read More






Lord Hobo Brewing Expands to NJ & PA

October 12, 2017 0

Lord Hobo Brewing Company Expands to New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania October 10, 2017, Woburn, MA— Massachusetts-based Lord Hobo Brewing Co. (LHBCo.) today announced plans to expand into New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. The company has appointed Hunterdon Brewing Co. for state-wide sales in New Jersey, and Gretz Beer and Penn Beer for distribution throughout Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania. “Our Read More






Big Choice Brewing, Odd13 Brewing Release Chainsaw Princess of Karate

October 5, 2017 0

I’m all about drinking for a worthy cause. Beer and charity are both good for the soul, so as far as I’m concerned, they’re a natural pair. With that in mind, I’m looking forward to trying Chainsaw Princess of Karate, a collaborative kettle sour brewed with dragon fruit and passion fruit from Big Choice Brewing and Odd13 Brewing. A portion Read More






Rusty Rail Multi Gigantic Can Release – Don’t Miss This!

September 6, 2017 0

This Saturday, our friends at Rusty Rail Brewing will be holding their FIRST EVER can release! Join us Saturday Sept. 9th for a MULTI-GIGANTIC can release party! Multi-Gigantic is a deliciously hoppy and BIG flavored 2xIPA, packing a punch at 9.5% ABV. Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo and Falconer’s Flight hops make it a dank hop-bomb, with fruit and citrus notes, and Read More






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






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