A year ago, two famous Pennsylvania companies – Yuengling and Hershey’s Chocolate announced a one of a kind beer collaboration – Yuengling Hershey’s Chocolate Porter. Much to the chagrin of fans of either, it was limited to draft-only, in a handful Continue Reading →
Pabst Blue Ribbon’s coffee innovations continue this year. Building on the success of Hard Coffee, today the company announced PBR Hard Cold Brew.
2019’s Hard Coffee release found Pabst fans initially confused by the product launch, quickly turning to love by Continue Reading →
Founders KBS Maple Mackinac Fudge, a variant of the well-known Kentucky Breakfast Stout, debuts in October.
This is just the second variant the brewery has released of KBS after KBS Espresso debuted earlier this year. This edition is brewed with Mackinac Continue Reading →
Athens, Georgia based Creature Comforts is expanding to Los Angeles, California, opening next year.
By the summer of 2021, Creature Comforts Brewing Company will have a home in the Fashion District of Los Angeles. The new build is thanks to a Continue Reading →
We wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t know that today, August 1st, is National Mustard Day. There’s a “day” for everything. While you are smothering everything in spicy yellow goodness, there’s a craft beer to pair with it. Oskar Blues Continue Reading →
Over the past few years, Omnipollo’s Yellowbelly beer has found its way into mainstream media’s attention span. Perhaps the conversation was truly part of the design from the beginning.
For those unfamiliar, the collaborative brew was developed in 2014 as part of Continue Reading →
Pabst Blue Ribbon has been synonymous with lager for decades. These days, Pabst is doing so much more. 2019’s biggest additions to the Pabst Blue Ribbon lineup weren’t beer at all. Specifially, a PBR branded whiskey, an 8% alcohol by Continue Reading →
The Great American Beer Festival, usually held in Denver, Colorado, will be held virtually this year, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beer festivals across the country have been canceled or postponed all the way through summer, but the largest – GABF Continue Reading →