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.

Coronado Brewing & Cigar City Brewing Release Conquista IPA

By Danny LittlejohnOn February 24, 2017

Coronado Brewing and Cigar City Brewing are no strangers to good IPA's, so it only made sense for these two award-winning breweries to join forces on a hop-forward collaboration: Conquista IPA. The post Coronado Brewing & Cigar City Brewing Release Conquista IPA appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Braxton Brewing Releases Haven Hefeweizen in “Upside Down” Cans

By Jonathan GandolfOn February 24, 2017

Braxton Brewing Company will begin canning one of their most popular seasonal offerings — Haven Hefeweizen. Available for a limited time. The post Braxton Brewing Releases Haven Hefeweizen in “Upside Down” Cans appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

River Rat Brewery Expansion Provides Beer to the Carolina’s

By River Rat BreweryOn February 24, 2017

Columbia, South Carolina’s River Rat Brewery now is providing beer to both South and North Carolina thanks to their recent brewery expansion that took place in 2016. Partnering with Charleston, SC distributor Advintage, River Rat has had their award winning craft brews distributed throughout South Carolina for the past 3 years. With the new expansion, […] The post River Rat Brewery Expansion Provides Beer to the Carolina’s appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

3 New Brands in Cans from River Rat Brewery

By River Rat BreweryOn February 24, 2017

River Rat Brewery is adding Kerry’s Peanut Butter Porter, the Lost Port Porter and the Monck’s Corner Abbey Ale to their already vast selection. The post 3 New Brands in Cans from River Rat Brewery appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Columbia, SC’s River Rat Brewery Grows to Support Market Demand

By River Rat BreweryOn February 24, 2017

River Rat Brewery now has the capability to brew 7600 barrels of craft beer annually, a number double of the previous barrel production. The post Columbia, SC’s River Rat Brewery Grows to Support Market Demand appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Due South Brewing Company Becomes Craft Beer Partner Of The Ballpark Of The Palm Beaches

By Due South BrewingOn February 23, 2017

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Due South Brewing Company has entered into a partnership with The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches for the inaugural 2017 season to become the craft beer partner of The Ballpark. This brand new state-of-the-art facility offers a 6,500 seat stadium as its centerpiece, with a 360-degree concourse, suites and party areas […] The post Due South Brewing Company Becomes Craft Beer Partner Of The Ballpark Of The Palm Beaches appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Atwater Brewery Announces Whango Release Party

By Kat StevensonOn February 23, 2017

ATTN ALL WHANGO LOVERS: In celebration of our first day of Whango distribution, us folks at Atwater Brewery are partnering with SLOWS BAR BQ to put on a heck of a PARTY! Expect good times, GREAT beer, top-tier Bar BQ, AND we’re partnering with The HandleBar to bring you guys an amazing giveaway!   When: Wednesday, […] The post Atwater Brewery Announces Whango Release Party appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Mike Hess Brewing expands Distribution to Colorado

By MichaelOn February 23, 2017

Mike Hess Brewing (MHB) is excited to announce that is has partnered with Elite Brands to distribute their award-winning craft beers throughout the state of Colorado. Beginning this month, MHB’s high-quality, distinctive beers —already counted among San Diego’s favorites—are making the move to Colorado, including Habitus Double IPA (2014 World Beer Cup gold award-winner), Grapefruit […] The post Mike Hess Brewing expands Distribution to Colorado appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Victory Kirsch Gose (sour cherry bier) returns March 1st

By reidramsayOn February 23, 2017

Victory Kirsch Gose the Downingtown, Pennsylvania brewery’s seasonal gose, returns to shelves once again March 1st. Cherries are truly the star in this slightly tart, sour beer. The fruit is fresh, the finish is tart, wrapped up in a light bodied ale. Continue Reading → The post Victory Kirsch Gose (sour cherry bier) returns March 1st appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

A 14% vanilla bean sucker punch. Orpheus Abandon All Hope

By reidramsayOn February 23, 2017

Orpheus Abandon All Hope, a barrel-aged imperial stout with vanilla beans, debuts on February 22nd. This release is actually the fourth iteration of this stout. The road to the final release has been paved with various blends of the Atlanta brewery’s Continue Reading → The post A 14% vanilla bean sucker punch. Orpheus Abandon All Hope appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

August: Dogfish Head Oak Aged Vanilla World Wide Stout

By reidramsayOn February 23, 2017

One of America’s strongest imperial stouts Dogfish Head World Wide Stout, will be a bit different when it rolls around again in 2017. As summer winds down, you’ll be sipping on Dogfish Head Oak Aged Vanilla World Wide Stout. November, as the Continue Reading → The post August: Dogfish Head Oak Aged Vanilla World Wide Stout appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Carolina Bauernhaus Source Series Opuntia debuts soon

By reidramsayOn February 22, 2017

Carolina Bauernhaus Source Series Opuntia is on deck from the Anderson, South Carolina sour and wild brewery. In case the word “opuntia” brings you pause, it is actually the fruit of the prickly pear cactus. Brewery co-founder David Thorton is also Continue Reading → The post Carolina Bauernhaus Source Series Opuntia debuts soon appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Creature Comforts Condor Chocolate Stout coming to Taproom Series

By reidramsayOn February 22, 2017

Creature Comforts Condor Chocolate Stout is coming soon the Athens, Georgia based brewery’s Taproom Series. Recently, the brewery started releasing small batch taproom only releases, available on select brewery tours. The latest (and currently still available at the time of this Continue Reading → The post Creature Comforts Condor Chocolate Stout coming to Taproom Series appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Ginger Lager, with Surly Brewing

By reidramsayOn February 22, 2017

In 2017, Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp is going international. One of America’s best breweries is pushing beyond their home borders, collaborating with folks across the world. As far as U.S. based collaborations, Minnesota’s Surly Brewing has been chosen to for Continue Reading → The post Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Ginger Lager, with Surly Brewing appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Big Things Brewing in Yonkers Attracts Award Winning Brewmaster

By CraftBeer.comOn February 22, 2017

Yonkers Brewing Co. announced today that 25-year brewing veteran Dave Hartmann is taking the reins as Brewmaster for the company. The post Big Things Brewing in Yonkers Attracts Award Winning Brewmaster appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Short’s Brewing Company Anni Party 13irteen

By Gillian CobbOn February 21, 2017

On April 29th, 2017 we’ll be hosting Short’s Anni Party 13irteen. We’re closing the street of downtown Bellaire to celebrate with 30 Short’s brews and Starcut Ciders, local food, two specialty Private Stache bottle releases (Terr-Bear, a barrel aged sour raspberry Wheat Ale fermented with Northern Michigan raspberries and Bourbon Wizard, a barrel aged Barleywine), […] The post Short’s Brewing Company Anni Party 13irteen appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Black Shirt Brewing Co. celebrates Johnny Cash with special release: Baritone Black IPA

By Danielle MondragonOn February 21, 2017

To celebrate Johnny Cash's extraordinary life, we are pleased to announce our New Release March - 'Baritone' Black IPA. The post Black Shirt Brewing Co. celebrates Johnny Cash with special release: Baritone Black IPA appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

New Belgium’s 2017 La Folie Makes its Debut, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers at New Belgium

By JennyOn February 21, 2017

This year marks New Belgium’s 20th year for making sour beers, which first launched its wood beer program in 1997 with La Folie. The post New Belgium’s 2017 La Folie Makes its Debut, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers at New Belgium appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Rahr & Sons partners with charity: water, hosts launch event on World Water Day

By Heather HughstonOn February 21, 2017

Rahr & Sons Brewing Co., has partnered with charity: water to help bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing parts of the world. The post Rahr & Sons partners with charity: water, hosts launch event on World Water Day appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Will Kemper Keynote Speaker at WA Homebrewers Conference

By Chuckanut BreweryOn February 21, 2017

Brewmaster Will Kemper Keynote Speaker at WA Homebrewers Conference Craft Brewing legend Will Kemper has been chosen as the keynote speaker at the WA Homebrewers annual conference in Vancouver, WA at the Vancouver Hilton on March 17, 2017. Mr. Kemper has been brewing commercial craft beer since 1984 and has gone on to direct, engineer, […] The post Will Kemper Keynote Speaker at WA Homebrewers Conference appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Chuckanut Brewery Open House & Free Tours

By Chuckanut BreweryOn February 21, 2017

Open House at Both Chuckanut Breweries Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen in Bellingham and Chuckanut’s new South Nut Brewery in the heart of Skagit Valley will be open to the public on February 25th  noon til 3 pm for a statewide-organized open house for all Washington State breweries. Every year the Washington Beer Commission aims to […] The post Chuckanut Brewery Open House & Free Tours appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

6th Annual Fermentation Celebration Returns to Bend’s Old Mill District

By Kelly UtleyOn February 21, 2017

The Fermentation Celebration is a beer walk through the popular Old Mill District, with tastings from the region’s growing number of breweries.  Participating breweries will feature unique, experimental and limited release beers – many of which will only available at the Fermentation Celebration. Entry to the event is free. Those who wish to partake in […] The post 6th Annual Fermentation Celebration Returns to Bend’s Old Mill District appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

15th Annual Bend Brewfest set for August in Bend’s Old Mill District

By Kelly UtleyOn February 21, 2017

Get ready to raise a pint to toast all things craft beer for the 15th Bend Brewfest, at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, Oregon’s Old Mill District. The post 15th Annual Bend Brewfest set for August in Bend’s Old Mill District appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Sanitas Brewing Presents: Winter Wildlands SnowBall 2017

By Drew LandisOn February 21, 2017

We're getting fired up for the 2nd annual Winter Wildlands SnowBall, a semi-formal benefit party for SnowSchool, with live bluegrass music by Rapidgrass. The post Sanitas Brewing Presents: Winter Wildlands SnowBall 2017 appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter to debut in cans for the first time

By reidramsayOn February 21, 2017

Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter, the bigger, boozier version of the brewery’s pale ale, debuts in cans for the first time in March. As the name suggests, Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter, is Daisy Cutter with no boundaries. It carries all the big Continue Reading → The post Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter to debut in cans for the first time appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

The borders of hell meet in Martin House Acheron

By reidramsayOn February 21, 2017

Martin House Acheron, the Fort Worth, Texas based brewery’s barrel-aged imperial stout, is now available in cans. Does this beer look and sound a little death metal to you? Acheron in Ancient Greek means “River of Woe”, one of the rivers of Continue Reading → The post The borders of hell meet in Martin House Acheron appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Redd’s Raspberry Ale debuts in March

By reidramsayOn February 21, 2017

Redd’s Raspberry Ale will available in March, part of brand’s “Limited Pick” series. MillerCoors started this fruit-forward family of beers with Redd’s Apple Ale in 2013. The apple heavy beverage is brewed like a beer, but in all honesty, tastes a Continue Reading → The post Redd’s Raspberry Ale debuts in March appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Spring: Abita To-Gose, brewed with key limes

By reidramsayOn February 21, 2017

Spring will bring Abita To-Gose to the French Quarter. (As well as everywhere else you can find Abita.) In 2017, expect to see the Louisiana based brewery release a not only fresh takes on some of their most well-known beers, but Continue Reading → The post Spring: Abita To-Gose, brewed with key limes appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Cape May Brewing Company Releases Fourth Barrel-Aged Beer: The Topsail

By AliciaOn February 17, 2017

Cape May, NJ– Cape May Brewing Company is pleased to announce the latest release in their highly-acclaimed Barrel Aged Series: The Topsail. Over a year in development, this exclusive brew will release at noon on February 18th from their gift shop — The Brewtique — at 1288 Hornet Road at the Cape May Airport. “This […] The post Cape May Brewing Company Releases Fourth Barrel-Aged Beer: The Topsail appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Big Boss Brewing’s Latest Set Of Oak Aged Ales

By David RogersOn February 17, 2017

From the “Strange Cargo” series of oak aged ales Big Boss Brewing announces a trio of bottle releases. Capturing the earthiness of brettanomyces, Brett Belle employs our Belgian, oak aged ale, Hell’s Belle, as a catalyst to a dry funk finish.  Approximately 120 days of conditioning in oak wine barrels gave way to a complete […] The post Big Boss Brewing’s Latest Set Of Oak Aged Ales appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

UK Brewing Celebrates 20 Years

By Anthony GasparichOn February 17, 2017

In 1997 Paul Pendyck was having a hard time finding good British beer here in the US. So he decided to brew his own. The post UK Brewing Celebrates 20 Years appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Raquette River Brewing is Expanding

By Mark JessieOn February 17, 2017

Raquette River Brewing is happy to announce that it will be expanding its current production from a 4 bbl system to a 10 bbl system, complete with 10 and 20 bbl fermentation vessels. We are also building a 32 ft x 96 ft pavilion in order to accommodate an expanded summer music series and public […] The post Raquette River Brewing is Expanding appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Craft Brew Races Savannah

By Kevin MardorfOn February 17, 2017

The Craft Brew Races Savannah is a 5k road race followed by a local craft beer festival. On Sunday March 11, join us for the 2017 season in scenic Savannah, Georgia. Runners and walkers are welcome to participate in the 5k. The post race beer festival will be held immediately following the race along the outdoor […] The post Craft Brew Races Savannah appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Introducing Jester King / Fair Isle – Fair Voyage

By JeffreyOn February 17, 2017

In November, Andrew and Geoffrey of Fair Isle came to brew with us. They brought fireweed foraged from their area to brew a beer we call Fair Voyage The post Introducing Jester King / Fair Isle – Fair Voyage appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

3rd Annual Brewstillery Festival in Portland, OR

By StormBreaker BrewingOn February 17, 2017

Breweries and Distilleries teaming up to create the perfect pairings. Each pairing will consist of a 4oz beer pour and a 1/4 oz spirit taste.  You can pick and choose, although we strongly recommend going for the pairing. Advanced tickets on sale now! $20 for event branded beer tasting glass and 10 tasting tix. VIP […] The post 3rd Annual Brewstillery Festival in Portland, OR appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Yak & Yeti Brewpub Rebrands as Spice Trade Brewing Co., Announces Retail Expansion, New Beers To Come

By EmilyOn February 16, 2017

ARVADA, CO — The famed Yak & Yeti Brewpub, recognized as one of Colorado’s best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food restaurants and known for its award-winning beers, today announced its rebrand. Under the brewing direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler, Spice Trade will be a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti’s Restaurant in […] The post Yak & Yeti Brewpub Rebrands as Spice Trade Brewing Co., Announces Retail Expansion, New Beers To Come appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Beerfest The Good One

By Beerfest - Good OneOn February 16, 2017

Beerfest brings 60+ craft breweries and cideries to a great tasting event, held outdoors on the lawn at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in beautiful Sonoma County! Brewers will be serving some of the most creative and diverse regional beers and ciders. For more than a quarter century, Beerfest – The Good One […] The post Beerfest The Good One appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

5th Annual Western Colorado Craft Beer Celebration

By Tyler GeerdesOn February 16, 2017

Kicking off festival season and Colorado Craft Beer Week with a festival showcasing the amazing craft beers created in Western Colorado. Hosted by Kannah Creek Brewing Company/Edgewater Brewery this festival will feature a dozen Western Slope breweries and live music. A portion of ticket sales are donated to the Colorado Brewers Guild and last year the […] The post 5th Annual Western Colorado Craft Beer Celebration appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Uinta Brewing Company Launches Beer Honoring the National Parks

By LindsayOn February 16, 2017

Uinta Brewing Company announces the release of Golden Ale, a rotating park series brewed to honor the U.S. National Parks. The post Uinta Brewing Company Launches Beer Honoring the National Parks appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Denver’s 4th Annual Collaboration Beer Fest Features More Than 100+ Unique Brews

By AlexandraOn February 16, 2017

Denver – The fourth annual Collaboration Beer Fest returns to Denver on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. –  7:00 p.m. at the National Western Stock Show Complex (4655 Humboldt St., Denver CO 80216). Collaboration Fest is the headline event of Colorado Craft Beer Week, which runs March 18th – 25th. “This year we […] The post Denver’s 4th Annual Collaboration Beer Fest Features More Than 100+ Unique Brews appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more