SweetWater Brewing Company, Georgia’s largest craft brewery made changes over the past few years. After the laws in Georgia changed to allow for the direct sale of beer to customers, the brewery ripped out their current taproom and added an Continue Reading →
Pabst Brewing Company unveiled a beer brand today – Captain Pabst. The flagship offering in the new brand? Seabird IPA.
The name Pabst is synonymous with a wallet-friendly lager simply known as “PBR.” 2019 was a year of innovation for Pabst Continue Reading →
When Dogfish Head and Boston Beer merged last year, it was nothing short of big news. After the dust settled, we were left wondering what’s next. Will it just be Sam Adams and Dogfish Head, independently but together? The sales Continue Reading →
Colorado’s Boulder Beer Company has had a bumpy few months. In October, the brewery announced it would be pulling back national distribution, and downsizing operations after 30 years. The Boulder Pub would remain in business.
Then in December, Boulder changed course, Continue Reading →
One of the most sought after India pale ales on planet Earth – Pliny the Younger, will finally be bottled for the first time in 2020.
California’s Russian River Brewing has achieved platinum status in the craft brewing industry, in both Continue Reading →
Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing has been acquired by Lion Little World Beverages, a subsidiary of Kirin Holdings Company Limited, a Japan-based company.
New Belgium is the largest craft brewery in Colorado, as well as employee-owned. Beer Street Journal is told those Continue Reading →
Founders Brewing has been embroiled in a very public racial discrimination case. This afternoon, the Grand Rapids, Michigan brewery issued a statement about the case, additionally stating the case has been settled. The terms of the settlement have not been Continue Reading →
Molsen Coors announced a massive company restructuring today, which will essentially end the MillerCoors brand. The U.S. based business will be combined with their Latin America and Canadian entities.
MillerCoors as you’ve come to know it is no more. Somewhere between Continue Reading →