Destihl Brewery is expanding distribution to Missouri in late July.
Currently, the brewery building a new, 47,000 square foot brewery in Normal, Illinois. The new production facility and increased fermentation capacity is allowing the brewery to go ahead an add the new market.
Destihl has signed a distribution deal with Bevolution Distribution. The Saint Louis market can expect beers from the Wild Sour Series including Here Gose Nothin’ and Counter ClockWeisse.
Additionally, beers from the brewery’s core lineup, including Weissenheimer Hefeweizen, Vertex IPA, Hoperation Overload Double IPA and Abbey’s Single.
Wicked Weed Coolcumber, a draft offering in the past, is now available in bottles as of today.
The beer is exactly as it sounds, a golden ale brewed with cucumber. Take our word for it – it really does smell and taste like cucumber. (Plus basil and juniper berries of course.) Face it, the South is hot. This beer is like air conditioning in a glass.
Summer in Carolina is a time when days grow long, life slows down, and friends draw near. Gardens burst with brisk basil and fresh cucumbers, fireflies illuminate the night sky, and warm days leave us lounging late, our glasses brimming with golden nectar. Summer in the South is best served cool.
Wicked Weed Coolcumber is a 12 ounce bottle offering.
Burial Beer Track 1, part of a new “Album Series” debuts on July 3rd.
A dedication to that first track you hear from your favorite album, Burial Beer Track 1 is a straight forward imperial stout.
The Album Series. We begin with Track 1 an Imperial Stout brewed in the spirit of the first track any of us ever heard from our favorite album; straight-forward, honest, the purest example of what’s to come as we leaned in to listen.
Burial Beer Track 1 is available in 750 milliliter bottles.
Style: Imperial Stout
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Just a few years ago, canned beer was limited to just a few styles. Most, if not all of those beers came from the world’s biggest breweries.
It’s a different world these days (in the craft segment, cans are 65%+ of the business. Almost daily, a new breweries is either coming online for the first time with cans in their lineup, or is making the transition to cans.
To celebrate this big business arises the Can Can Awards. The competition is broken down by style, similar to the World Beer Cup or medals at the Great American Beer Festival.
Consumers pay attention to (and ultimately buy) award winners. for the price of shipping a few cans and taking a minute to fit out the entry, your brewery can be in contention for a Can Can Award.
You’ve worked hard to bring your cans to the market. Perhaps this is a good way to get the recognition you deserve. Register here.
Starbucks has branched out into beer and wine with moderate success. Taco Bell has tested alcohol on their menu as well. Now, Barnes & Noble looks to be placing a bet on beer and wine.
At an investor meeting on Thursday, Barnes & Noble announced that on premise beer and wine will be available at at least four of their new stores opening soon. This move? To compete with Amazon.
Amazon is the biggest enemy of Barnes & Noble, which has been posting losses as of late. The Nook reader isn’t doing too hot either, as people still love paper.
The move to sell beer and wine is one to hopefully lure people back into the store for their purchases/reading, and sometimes cramming for finals, over ordering in a matter of days with Prime.
In the meantime, I still haven’t had a beer at a Starbucks. Perhaps tonight is the night.
Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit releases July 2nd.
Named for the fastest race horse ever in Indiana, Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit (a Belgian-style white ale) is brewed with chamomile, orange peel, and coriander.
In honor of a Hoosier icon, the fastest race horse in Indiana history, this Belgian-style easy drinker features a blend of chamomile, orange peel and coriander. Good for a trot around the track or breaking records at a faster pace.
Flat 12 Dan Patch Wit will be available starting July 2nd.
Stillwater G13 Wild India Pale Ale