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 →
Coronavirus lockdowns across all 50 states have had America’s breweries scrambling to find new ways to serve their customers. With May just hours away, many states are cautiously reopening their economies, including Monday Night Brewing’s home of Atlanta, Georgia. The Continue Reading →
COVID-19 has been claiming lives, jobs, and events worldwide. The latest casualty? Germany’s famed Oktoberfest.
The annual event kicks off in September, attracting 6 million people from around the world. With no vaccine on the horizon, Bavaria state premier Markus Soeder Continue Reading →
This story is almost too ironic to be true. Back as the coronavirus was on its way to being a pandemic, internet searches spiked for “corona beer virus.” In hindsight, SARS and MERS weren’t really referenced in main stream media Continue Reading →
America’s 8,000+ breweries are quite popular places to gather with friends. Last week, we were flooded with emails from breweries outlining their enhanced sanitation efforts in order to keep their guests safe.
The next steps were inevitable – full taproom closures.
Last 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 →
Six people including the suspect are dead after a shooting spree at Molson Coors this afternoon.
Gathering information from various sources, police responded to the Molson Coors campus at 4115 W. State St. a little after 2 pm. Roads and nearby Continue Reading →