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.

Hops-Infused Lollipops Could Make Holiday Shopping a Little Sweeter

By CraftBeer.comOn October 20, 2017

It might be intimidating when you don't know what to buy people who like beer, but a company based in Yakima has a solution: hop-infused lollipops. The post Hops-Infused Lollipops Could Make Holiday Shopping a Little Sweeter appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Wit’s End Brewing Co. Moves in with Strange Craft Beer Co.

By RadCraftOn October 20, 2017

Strange Craft Beer Co. and Wit’s End Brewing Co. announced their plans today to share Strange Craft’s brewhouse and tasting room on Zuni Street. The post Wit’s End Brewing Co. Moves in with Strange Craft Beer Co. appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Surly Darkness 2017 is still everything death metal & damn delicious

By reidramsayOn October 20, 2017

Surly Darkness 2017 releases on October 21st. Here’s your sneak peek. 2006 saw the first batch of Surly Darkness. As the story goes, one-morning brewery founder Omar Ansari showed up on a weekend to get some work done to find folks Continue Reading → The post Surly Darkness 2017 is still everything death metal & damn delicious appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Celebrate 3 Years of Beer with Playalinda Brewing Co.

By LauraOn October 20, 2017

Playalinda Brewing Company was born three years ago as a project to establish North Brevard County and Titusville in Florida as a craft beer destination. The post Celebrate 3 Years of Beer with Playalinda Brewing Co. appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

White Labs Asheville Opens Kitchen & Tap

By NickieOn October 20, 2017

ASHEVILLE, NC – A leader in yeast and fermentation since 1995, White Labs is excited to announce that White Labs Kitchen & Tap will open to the public October 19. The boutique restaurant and tasting room is located in downtown Asheville and will showcase the delicious art of fermented food and beverages. “This is our […] The post White Labs Asheville Opens Kitchen & Tap appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Rahr & Sons Brewing Releases Barrel-aged Winter Warmer

By Heather HughstonOn October 19, 2017

Rahr & Sons Brewing will release its popular Barrel Aged Winter Warmer, aged in Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey barrels for the first time. The post Rahr & Sons Brewing Releases Barrel-aged Winter Warmer appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Coronado Releases Barrel-aged Black Forest Cake Imperial Stout

By MelodyOn October 19, 2017

Coronado Brewing Company is releasing the next beer in its much-anticipated barrel-aged series: Black Forest Cake Imperial Stout. The post Coronado Releases Barrel-aged Black Forest Cake Imperial Stout appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Asheville’s Thirsty Monk To Expand into Denver and Portland

By RadCraftOn October 19, 2017

Asheville's Thirsty Monk, brewer of Belgian-Rooted Modern Ales, announced today its expansion into Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon. The post Asheville’s Thirsty Monk To Expand into Denver and Portland appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Payette Brewing and Cervecería Albur Collaborate Across the Border

By Paige CoyleOn October 19, 2017

The result: Lúpulo Fresco, a Grapefruit Fresh Hop Ale by Payette Brewing and Cervecería Albur, to be released this November. The post Payette Brewing and Cervecería Albur Collaborate Across the Border appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

22nd Annual Holiday Ale Festival Lineup Announced

By ChrisOn October 19, 2017

The 22nd annual Holiday Ale Festival will take place Nov. 29 through Dec. 3 at Pioneer Courthouse Square, located at 701 SW Sixth Ave. in Portland, Oregon. The post 22nd Annual Holiday Ale Festival Lineup Announced appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Hoppin’ Frog Releases Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter Cans

By Anthony MandalaOn October 19, 2017

Hoppin' Frog will be releasing our Infusion A: Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter in CANS! 4pk/12oz for $14.99. No limit. The post Hoppin’ Frog Releases Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter Cans appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Potential: Goose Island Double Barrel Bourbon County

By reidramsayOn October 19, 2017

Goose Island Double Barrel Bourbon County, a double barrel aged edition of the well-known stout is in the works. Currently, just a keg label has surfaced. Next month when Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout returns (on Black Friday), a double Continue Reading → The post Potential: Goose Island Double Barrel Bourbon County appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Naperville Ale Fest Winter Edition

By Emma Lani SprandelOn October 18, 2017

The 2018 NapervilleWinter Ale Fest will take place on Saturday, February 24 at Naperville’s Frontier Park. The post Naperville Ale Fest Winter Edition appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Chicago Ale Fest Winter Edition

By Emma Lani SprandelOn October 18, 2017

The 2018 Chicago Ale Fest – Winter Edition will take place on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier. The fest will feature more then 150 American Craft Beers – with a strong focus on winter seasonals. The fest will also feature some of  Chicago’s favorite food trucks and a […] The post Chicago Ale Fest Winter Edition appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Introducing Jester King No Whalez Here

By JeffreyOn October 18, 2017

We’re pleased to introduce Jester King No Whalez Here — a farmhouse witbier made with Texas coriander, house-dried tangerines, and hand-harvested lavender. The post Introducing Jester King No Whalez Here appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

The Bruery Black Tuesday on sale soon, now with east coast pickup

By reidramsayOn October 18, 2017

There are few beers that can silence a room when opened like The Bruery Black Tuesday. Sure, barrel-aged beers can be found year-round on nearly every shelf in America. Few of those come with the mystique, reverence, and in-your-face boldness that Continue Reading → The post The Bruery Black Tuesday on sale soon, now with east coast pickup appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince, with South Carolina peaches

By reidramsayOn October 18, 2017

Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince returns to the Anderson, South Carolina taproom for a second time on October 19th. A follow up to the first bottle release in June – June Princess, Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince is an American wild ale fermented with Continue Reading → The post Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince, with South Carolina peaches appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

More Run the Jewels: Creature Comforts STAY G-O-L-D debuts at month’s end

By reidramsayOn October 18, 2017

Creature Comforts STAY G-O-L-D, a collaboration with Interboro Spirts and rap duo Run the Jewels is on the way.  Asheville, North Carolina based Burial Beer will be releasing their edition of STAY G-O-L-D, an India Pale Ale and collaboration with both Continue Reading → The post More Run the Jewels: Creature Comforts STAY G-O-L-D debuts at month’s end appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest Raises Thousands for Local Charity

By Phil CassellaOn October 17, 2017

The 12th Annual Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest for Charity attracted a record crowd for an afternoon full of polka music, beer and German food. The post Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest Raises Thousands for Local Charity appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Black Shirt Presents BSB Halloween Project

By Events CoordinatorOn October 17, 2017

Black Shirt Brewing Co. invites you to their Halloween Project for a night to dance, drink and be scary! The post Black Shirt Presents BSB Halloween Project appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Bear Republic Fundraising for Sonoma County Fire Victims

By CraftBeer.comOn October 17, 2017

The California Wine Country wildfires have impacted Bear Republic Brewing employees and the community and the brewery is announcing fundraising efforts. The post Bear Republic Fundraising for Sonoma County Fire Victims appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Lone Tree Brewing Introduces Vanilla Caramel Amber Cans

By RadCraftOn October 17, 2017

Lone Tree's fall seasonal beer, Vanilla Caramel Amber, is now available in cans across the state of Colorado and in select locations in Kansas and Nebraska. The post Lone Tree Brewing Introduces Vanilla Caramel Amber Cans appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Cape May Releases Sour Brown Ale, Latest in Barrel Aged Series

By AliciaOn October 17, 2017

The latest release in the Barrel Aged Series: Lady in Room #10, a sour brown ale aged in red wine barrels for eighteen months on black currants and plums. The post Cape May Releases Sour Brown Ale, Latest in Barrel Aged Series appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

The Bruery 10 Lords A Leaping, featuring 10 different spices

By reidramsayOn October 17, 2017

The Bruery 10 Lords a Leaping will be the 10th release in the ’12 Days of Christmas’ Series. A decade ago, Placentia, California based The Bruery debuted the first in a line of 12 Beers brewed in honor of nearly 250-year-old “Twelve Continue Reading → The post The Bruery 10 Lords A Leaping, featuring 10 different spices appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Monday Night Dr. Robot debuts year-round

By reidramsayOn October 16, 2017

Monday Night Dr. Robot is the latest can release by the Atlanta based brewery. This raspberry kettle soured ale was first teased in September, at a media event previewing Monday Night’s second located now known as the ‘Garage’. Dr. Robot is Continue Reading → The post Monday Night Dr. Robot debuts year-round appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

The Brewers Association wants to raise $213 Billion to buy Anheuser Busch

By reidramsayOn October 16, 2017

Anheuser Busch InBev has dropped a good chunk of change buying a few of America’s craft breweries. The buyouts haven’t sat well with many of the craft beer drinkers and most definitely not with the not-for-profit advocate for craft brewers, Continue Reading → The post The Brewers Association wants to raise $213 Billion to buy Anheuser Busch appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Roughtail Brewing Hosts First Oklahoma AHA Rally

By MattOn October 12, 2017

Roughtail Brewing Company and the American Homebrewers Association are partnering together to bring the first AHA Rally to Oklahoma. The post Roughtail Brewing Hosts First Oklahoma AHA Rally appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Payette Brewing Releases Sunday Mourning Imperial Breakfast Stout

By Paige CoyleOn October 12, 2017

Payette Brewing Company will release Sunday Mourning Imperial Breakfast Stout this October. The post Payette Brewing Releases Sunday Mourning Imperial Breakfast Stout appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Award-Winning Sesión Cerveza Now in Cans

By SandraOn October 12, 2017

Full Sail Brewing Co. is happy to announce that their award-winning Sesiόn Cerveza Mexican Style Lager is now available in 12 oz. cans. The post Award-Winning Sesión Cerveza Now in Cans appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Lord Hobo Brewing Company Expands to New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania

By Lindsay BerkOn October 11, 2017

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 raving fans in PA and NJ have been rallying for our […] The post Lord Hobo Brewing Company Expands to New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

SanTan Brewing Company’s Yotes Pale Ale Now in Cans

By JenOn October 11, 2017

The Arizona Coyotes and SanTan Brewing Company of Chandler, Arizona announced today that Yotes Pale Ale is now available in craft cans. The post SanTan Brewing Company’s Yotes Pale Ale Now in Cans appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Oktoberfest with Playalinda Brewing Company – Brix Project

By LauraOn October 11, 2017

Join Playalinda Brewing Company for their first Oktoberfest celebration at Brix Project. They will be tapping their Oktoberfest lager – Playafest just for the occasion. Guests can hang out in an authentic outdoor Biergarten with live music from Jason Domulot throughout the day, as well as enjoy specialty German inspired cocktails and a Chef Select […] The post Oktoberfest with Playalinda Brewing Company – Brix Project appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Future Series: Great Divide Woodwerks Belgian-Style Sour

By reidramsayOn October 11, 2017

Great Divide Woodwerks Belgian-Style Sour looks to kick off a new specialty series in the near future. Denver, Colorado-based Great Divide’s most well-known barrel-aged releases Hibernation, Old Ruffian, & their Yeti Imperial Stout. Thanks to extra oak barrel purchases, more of Continue Reading → The post Future Series: Great Divide Woodwerks Belgian-Style Sour appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more

Ft. Lauderdale Craft Beer Sporting Games

By Frank BaOn October 10, 2017

Saturday November 4th in the MASS District section of Ft. Lauderdale will be a craft beer sporting games and food fest unlike anything out there! The post Ft. Lauderdale Craft Beer Sporting Games appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Shmaltz Brewing Debuts Blended Barrel Aged Sour Geektoberfest

By Kate PattenaudeOn October 10, 2017

Geektoberfest is a sour barrel aged blend of Shmaltz's Bock Bock Imperial American Bock®, St. Lenny's Belgian Style Rye Double IPA among others. The post Shmaltz Brewing Debuts Blended Barrel Aged Sour Geektoberfest appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Cape May Brewing Company Sponsors TEDx CapeMay

By AliciaOn October 10, 2017

Cape May, NJ— Cape May Brewing Company, as part of their commitment to civic discourse, is pleased to sponsor this year’s TEDxCapeMay — New Depths — Sunday, October 15, at the Paul Schmidtchen Theater at Lower Cape Regional High School in Cape May. Part of their larger dedication to community involvement and responsibility, TEDxCapeMay joins […] The post Cape May Brewing Company Sponsors TEDx CapeMay appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Left Hand Brewing Presents Nitro Fest

By Ashley Vander MeedenOn October 10, 2017

Left Hand Brewing proudly presents the 4th annual Nitro Fest. America’s swankiest nitro-exclusive beer festival returns November 11th. The post Left Hand Brewing Presents Nitro Fest appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Sarah West Joins Heavy Seas Beer

By Christine ShafferOn October 10, 2017

Heavy Seas Beer is excited to announce that it has named Sarah West as the Director of Marketing & Hospitality, effective October 2, 2017. The post Sarah West Joins Heavy Seas Beer appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Karl Strauss Wins Gold At The Great American Beer Festival

By Kiersten WinantOn October 10, 2017

Karl Strauss Brewing Company added more bling to their trophy case with a gold medal at this year’s GABF, the premier U.S. beer festival and competition. The post Karl Strauss Wins Gold At The Great American Beer Festival appeared first on CraftBeer.com.Read more

Berry heavy Boulevard Jam Band will potentially hit cans

By reidramsayOn October 2, 2017

Boulevard Jam Band that was a draft exclusive this summer, is slated for cans.  This Smokestack Series release is a fruity one. The base beer is created with two-row barley, acidulated malt, and Topaz hops. The “humongous” fruit character (jammy?) comes Continue Reading → The post Berry heavy Boulevard Jam Band will potentially hit cans appeared first on Beer Street Journal.Read more