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 →
Scottish whisky legend Macallan has regained the world record for the most expensive bottle of whisky sold at auction. This week, Maccallan 1926 Fine & Rare fetched $1.9 million dollars at Sotheby’s in London.
This is the fifth time a bottle Continue Reading →
Since 1996, Victory Brewing Company has called Philly-adjacent Downington, Pennsylvania home. Since then, the brewery has expanded to Parkesburg and Kennett Square. Coming in late-2020, Victory will finally have an address in downtown Philadelphia.
A 14,000 square foot state-of-the-art brewery and Continue Reading →
Boulder Beer Company is pulling back national distribution, and downsizing operations.
For nearly 30 years, Boulder Beer has been brewing beer in their home in Boulder, Colorado. Citing an “explosive number of brewery openings” and “crowded shelves,” Boulder will focus solely Continue Reading →
Arrogant Bastard Jägermeister Ale is headed out to select markets now, a Germany brewed special release for the U.S.
A staple in nearly every bar in America – Jägermeister. The herbal liquor is made with 56 different herbs and takes more Continue Reading →
Two famous Pennsylvania companies – Yuengling and Hershey’s Chocolate, have announced a first of its kind beer collaboration. Yuengling Hershey’s Chocolate Porter is headed to select markets this month.
The base beer is Yuengling’s nearly 200-year-old Porter recipe, plus “the world-famous Continue Reading →
Pabst Brewing Company confused the hell out of pretty much everyone when they launched PBR Hard Coffee earlier this summer. It’s easy to do when an iconic lager-maker makes something besides… lager. The curveballs keep coming too, with a PBR Whiskey Continue Reading →