Highland Brewing, Asheville’s oldest craft brewery will open a second taproom next week in their home city. The brewery got its start more than two decades ago in the downtown area, and starting next week will have a home in Continue Reading →
Actor Nick Offerman, Lagavulin Whiskey, and Guinness are debuting a new partnership ahead of Father’s Day 2021. A combination of single malt whisky and beer – Meet Lagavulin Offerman Edition: Guinness Cask Finish.
Offerman and Lagavulin began a partnership back in Continue Reading →
America’s largest beer festival – The Great American Beer Festival has been officially canceled for the second year in a row.
The Brewers Association, the not-for-profit trade organization announced today that despite vaccinations and the country re-opening, that health and safety Continue Reading →
The Brewers Association has released their ‘Top 50’ list for 2020, aka “the killer of business plans.”
As you can probably guess, any brewery in America that relied heavily on draft sales had an especially hard year.
New to the list this Continue Reading →
The sun is setting over Wild Heaven brewery in Avondale Estates. It’s finally turning cooler in the south, which is perfect “beer and bourbon” weather. But then again, what weather isn’t.
This beer collaboration wasn’t easy to come by. Bulleit Bourbon Continue Reading →
Nearly 10 years ago, the craft brewing world was just a fraction of what it is now. IPAs were see-through and the more bitter they were, the better. Beer style guidelines were still very much a thing, and barrel-aged beers Continue Reading →
Atlanta-based SweetWater Brewing Company has been acquired by Aphria Inc., a cannabis company. The deal is expected to close by the end of 2020.
The “420 Strain” brands are the central focus of Ontario based Aphria, which started with 420 Strain Continue Reading →
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 →