In 2015, Sierra Nevada bottled their Oktoberfest for the first time. While the brewery has released editions of this style in the past, the bottled release was a collaboration with Brauhaus Riegele from Augsburg, Germany. Each year, Sierra will collaborate with a different Continue Reading →
Anheuser Busch has reached terms to acquire Italy’s Birra del Borgo, making the large Italian brewery the second craft brewery acquired by A-B Inbev this year (Devil’s Backbone was the first earlier in April).
Founded in 2005 by Leonardo Di Vincenzo, Continue Reading →
Great Divide Nadia Kali will debut in June, 2016. The beer kicks off the Denver, Colorado based brewery’s new Tank Farm Series.
Hibiscus gives Great Divide Nadia Kali its pink color. The brewery didn’t stop there, however. The saison also boasts Continue Reading →
Stone Enjoy By Tangerine IPA will begin hitting shelves next week, joining other rotating variants such as Unfiltered IPA and Black IPA in the Stone “Enjoy By” series.
After brewing this intense double IPA with more than 10 different hops and consistently Continue Reading →
Anheuser Busch has acquired Nelson County, Virgnia based Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company today, for an undisclosed amount. This is the first brewery purchase by AB InBev this year, after going on a buying streak late last year.
“I am extremely pleased Continue Reading →
Bell’s Poolside Ale will debut in May, 2016. A part of the brewery’s speciality lineup for the year.
Bell’s Poolside Ale is a Belgian-style wheat ale, brewed with Montmorency cherry juice from Traverse City, Michigan. It’s been a few years since Continue Reading →
Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot is on deck by the Colorado based brewery.
Love fruited sours? Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot is a fruit focused sour, featuring a blend of Brettanomyces yeast, and Lactobacillus.
Apricots are thought to be native of the Persian territory, Continue Reading →
New Belgium Lips Of Faith Flowering Citrus Ale is destined for the brewery’s Lips of Faith Series. This beer is brewed in collaboration with a Belgian brewer De Konnick. Interestingly, this is the second Belgian collaboration this year – hitting shelves Continue Reading →