If you have paid any attention to the brewing industry over the past couple of years, you’ve noticed a trend. The evolution of beer in cans. No longer for light beer anymore.
Oskar Blues is one of the first craft breweries to embrace cans, and to this day have still yet to bottle. Founder Dale Katechis and marketing director Chad Melis, take you on an inside look at Oskar Blues, and the rise of cans.
Continuing the Guinness “Made of More” campaign, is this new tv spot featuring the ‘society of elegant persons of the Congo’ otherwise known as the ‘Sapeurs.’
Sapeurs are a group of everyday heroes from Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.
Shipyard Brewing Co’s (Portland, ME) American Pale Ale was first released in 2013 in the United Kingdom. The beer was first a collaboration with Shipyard and Marston’s. Now it’s time to launch it in the United States. Marston’s owns Ringwood Brewery, where Shipyard’s brewer Alan Pugsley learned to brew 20 years ago.
Style: Pale Ale
Hops: Challenger, Chinook, Citra, Polaris, Huell Melon, Cascade, Centennial
Malt: English Pale, Whole Wheat
Yeast: English Ale
4.5% ABV 55 IBUs
For this video, I decided to do something a little different. A little round table discussion about how a beer was thought up, brewed and named.
Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta) just launched a draft only offering – Holy Brother Belgian Stout. In this video, you’ll see how the brewery conceptualized Holy Brother, and see a little fun insight to how the beer became real. Especially the history meets Denzel Washington angle. Watch it and see.
Holy Brother Belgian Stout is only available on draft in Georgia, to show a little home state love.
Style: Belgian Imperial Stout
Availability: Draft only. One time release. Georgia Only.
A field trip Boulevard Brewing Co.’s barrel aging facility? You could be so lucky…
Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione does a hoppy drinking and driving crossover with Ken Marino. You may remember him from MTV’s The State. He was Louie, the guy that dips his balls in things.