It was 97 degrees in the shade in Atlanta on this particular Saturday, but the festival must go on. Live! at The Battery Atlanta and Terrapin Taproom held their annual beer festival right right at the gates to the Atlanta Continue Reading →
Under new U.S. government guidelines, Americans could soon be warned not to drink more than 2 beers per week.
The Biden Administration’s “alcohol czar” Dr. George Koob says Americans might be told to limit themselves to just two beers a week Continue Reading →
New Realm’s distilling arm ramped up big this summer, launching spirits in both on and off-premise retail.
So let’s get real about New Realm Savannah. The location brought New Realm Vodka and a line of RTDs into the world that to Continue Reading →
It seems like only yesterday that the beer industry would spend their days and weeks wondering who Anheuser-Busch would buy next. It all started when A-B bought Goose Island back in 2011. Fast forward to today, Bud Light is no Continue Reading →
Anchor Brewing Company, founded in 1896, is closing its doors for good.
Just about a month ago, Anchor announced Christmas Ale, a beloved seasonal that has been released continually for the last 47 years was no more. The move shocked Continue Reading →
After years of national distribution, a heritage brand and legend in the beer industry will disappear from most of America this month. Anchor Brewing is drastically cutting its distribution footprint and cutting a famed Christmas seasonal release.
From now on, Continue Reading →
The Brewers Association, the trade association representing America’s craft brewers, has released its annual beer production report for 2022. Each year, this data is the best available when assessing the real “state of beer and craft beer” in America.
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Full Circle Brewing has merged with San Francisco-based Speakeasy Ales and Lagers. Together the two, along with Sonoma Cider Full Circle acquired in 2020, combine to be the largest and most distributed black-owned brewery in the United States.
In 2017, Continue Reading →