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San Marcos, CA, — The Lost Abbey will be releasing the newest version of its exceptionally rare Veritas Ale this month. The latest incarnation, Veritas 014, a blended and oak-aged Continue Reading →
2014 marks the silver anniversary for American craft brewers Boulevard Brewing (Kansas City, MO) and Odell Brewing (Ft. Collins, CO).
On November 17th, 1989, John McDonald sold his first keg of Boulevard beer. One day later, John Odell sold his first keg, Continue Reading →
Stone Brewing Co. (Escondido, CA) is releasing a new edition of Smoked Porter this month – Smoked Porter with Chocolate and Orange Peel.
In a sea of successful Smoked Porter variants like Smoked Porter with Vanilla Bean, and Smoked Porter with Chipotle Continue Reading →
In case you missed the earlier mention on Beer Street Journal, Sierra Nevada is working on a different approach to a new IPA. The beer, Hop Hunter IPA, will be brewed with distilled hop oil.
Sierra Nevada hasn’t fully revealed the methodology, Continue Reading →
Avondale Brewing Company (Birmingham, AL) will launch their first canned beers on October 31st. The brewery currently has 22oz bombers in their package lineup.
First canned beers include Battlefield IPA, and Pachyderm Pale Wheat, both year round, and in 12oz cans.
Avondale Continue Reading →
SweetWater Brewing Company (Atlanta, GA) new year round offering is Hop Hash Infused Double IPA. Loosely based on recent Dank Tank release Johnny Hash, the new offering uses “hop hash” in boil to make a hoppy, sticky, beer experience.
While the Continue Reading →
SweetWater Brewing Company (Atlanta, GA) pushed up the second release of their Whiplash White IPA this year. The idea is to bring a new seasonal onto the boat sooner rather than later.
That’s where SweetWater Spinnerbait Belgian Red comes into play. Continue Reading →
Akron, Ohio based Hoppin’ Frog is thrilled to have Lebron James back home, and is celebrating with a beer dedicated to the king. This is King Gose Home.
King Gose Home is brewed with coriander and sea salt. Beer Street Journal is told Continue Reading →