Beer News

Listed below are the most recent beer headlines, this feed is aggregated from stories posted by BeerPulseCraftbeer.com, Beer Street Journal and The New York Times.

Pineapples & payapas in future Terrapin Panama Krunkles

By reidramsayOn June 23, 2017

The fictitious, hop-loving character that hails from Athens, Georgia is on another flavor trip. This time to Panama. Krunkles has gone by many different names in the past – Dr. Krunkles, Samurai Krunkles, Indiana Krunkles, and new tropically inspired Luau Krunkles. Continue Reading → The post Pineapples & payapas in future Terrapin Panama Krunkles appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Inspired by ice cream: Stone Neopolitan Dynamite

By reidramsayOn June 22, 2017

Ice cream inspired beer? Stone Neopolitan Dynamite, a collaboration with Abnormal Beer Co. and American Homebrew Association Rally winners Paul Bischeri and Patrick Martinez, is on the way. RELATED: Stone to team up with punk band NOFX 2017 marks the 10th year Continue Reading → The post Inspired by ice cream: Stone Neopolitan Dynamite appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Hoppin Frog debuts their first cans with Grapefruit Turbo Shandy

By reidramsayOn June 22, 2017

Today marks a first for Akron, Ohio’s Hoppin Frog – cans. The brewery has chosen Grapefruit Turbo Shandy has the first aluminum addition. For the longest time, Hoppin Frog has been releasing their boozy lineup in 22 ounce bottle and draft. Continue Reading → The post Hoppin Frog debuts their first cans with Grapefruit Turbo Shandy appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Java Stout out, Bell’s Arabicadabra goes up

By reidramsayOn June 21, 2017

This fall a new coffee heavy milk stout will debut in Michigan – Bell’s Arabicadabra. The slightly complicated to say name is a play on the Arabica coffee beans in this release. Bell’s chose Grand Rapids, Michican based Ferris Coffee. At Continue Reading → The post Java Stout out, Bell’s Arabicadabra goes up appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Chicago’s Moxee Barbecue and Mad Mouse Brewery to close

By reidramsayOn June 21, 2017

This might be a blip on the radar for some. Chicago’s Moxee Barbecue and Mad Mouse Brewery will close at the end of the month. June 30th will end a 3-year stint at 724 W. Maxwell St. While the location will close by the Continue Reading → The post Chicago’s Moxee Barbecue and Mad Mouse Brewery to close appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Dry hopped sour: Carolina Bauernhaus Kuningilin

By reidramsayOn June 21, 2017

Carolina Bauernhaus Kuningilin debuts on June 24th. Nearby Asheville, North Carolina Riverbend Malt House and their Wrens Abruzzi Rye Malt serves at the base inspiration for this new release. Head brewery and co-founder Keston Helfrich oak soured a golden ale, then Continue Reading → The post Dry hopped sour: Carolina Bauernhaus Kuningilin appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Stone Mocha IPA is a chocolatey, citrusy, coffee buzz

By reidramsayOn June 21, 2017

Stone Mocha IPA will be back in action this month across the brewery’s entire distribution network. Taking the brewery’s love of India pale ales, and adding coffee and chocolate, and this new seasonal was born. Stone already excels at India pale ales. Continue Reading → The post Stone Mocha IPA is a chocolatey, citrusy, coffee buzz appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Celebrating two decades with bourbon: Ommegang 20th Anniversary

By reidramsayOn June 21, 2017

Soon to be marking 20 years of dedicated craft brewing will be a celebratory release, Ommegang 20th Anniversary. Brewery Ommegang was founded in 1997 in Cooperstown, New York (home of the the Baseball Hall of Fame). The Belgian inspired brewery sits Continue Reading → The post Celebrating two decades with bourbon: Ommegang 20th Anniversary appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

 Bell’s Brewery adds New Mexico in September

By reidramsayOn June 20, 2017

Bell’s Brewery will be available in New Mexico starting in September. The brewery has signed distribution deals with companies in the state. RELATED: Bell’s Pooltime Ale hits shelves Premier Distributing Company and L&F Distributors will cover the Land of Enchantment. Bell’s will Continue Reading → The post  Bell’s Brewery adds New Mexico in September appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Treehorn Cider creates a new gin inspired cider

By reidramsayOn June 20, 2017

Treehorn Cider Origin, a new cider, has just been canned. The Marietta, Georgia based cidery has created a gin-botanical infused cider, fermented with juniper, coriander, citrus peel and angelica. If that last thing seemed a little unfamiliar, Angelica is an herb Continue Reading → The post Treehorn Cider creates a new gin inspired cider appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more