Lawrenceville, Georgia based Slow Pour Brewing will release Lot 49 Whiskey Sour in September.
This 2nd-anniversary release will be available on September 13th, inspired by the popular whiskey sour cocktail. Lot 49 is aged on organic oranges, Italian cherries, cinnamon, and molasses, then aged in Old Fourth Ward whiskey barrels.
Bottles of Slow Pour Lot 49 will be available at the brewery during their anniversary that weekend.
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Shelton Brothers and Rhizome Productions announced today that The Festival is headed to Buffalo, New York this fall.
The event runs Friday and Saturday, October 4-5, 2019.
The Festival is a one-of-a-kind annual gathering of the world’s greatest and smallest artisanal beer, cider, and mead makers, all of whom travel to The Festival to enhance the experience.
The Festival changes its location every year. In the past, it has been held in Worcester, MA, Portland, ME, Los Angeles, CA, St. Petersburg, FL; Louisville, KY; and Denver, CO.
Six pack of Stella Artois from Target? That’s fine, but you have to pay for it first.
The police department in Lathrop, California published to Facebook a story of a suspected shoplifter entered a local Target and filled a shopping cart with clothes and a 6-pack of Stella Artois. She then locked herself in the dressing room for an hour drinking the entire sixer.
After consuming the six beers, Johnson exited the store without paying for any items. She had over $200 worth of items in her possession.
That $10 dollar 6-pack will now cost her a bit more. Her bail was set at $60,000 dollars.
Atlanta based Monday Night Brewing is adding distribution to Memphis, Tennessee. The brewery has signed a distribution deal with A.S. Barbaro.
In 2018, the brewery added Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville distribution and found a great fan reception.
“We were pleasantly surprised by the reaction we got in Tennessee when we expanded to Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville last year. So we knew that we wanted to also come to Memphis and the rest of West Tennessee. But we also wanted to make sure that we could keep up with the demand of our other markets. After purchasing some new equipment and adding more staff, we’re confident we can handle the additional load.” – ” Monday Night Brewing CEO and co-founder Jeff Heck
Memphis drinkers can expect Monday Night’s core and seasonal releases starting in May 2019.