Click Here to Get Your Tickets Discount Code "beerconnect" $5 OFF! Click Here to Get Your Tickets The 10th annual CityBeat Festival of Beers is back on Saturday, April 22, sampling beers from more than 50 of the best breweries on the planet! Get your Tickets for City Beat Beer Festival - Discount Code "beerconnect" $5 …
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What’s in a name? In our case Strike Brewing Co. is the culmination of a dream that was invented on a baseball field. After a storied run through double A baseball, single, and school, Drew Ehrlich, our award winning master brewer, was ready to start his next experience. In July 2008, he and Jenny Lewis …
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Tropical fruit and tropical vibes meet in this “guavacated” variation of our Islander IPA. Brewed with the classic West Coast combo of Columbus, Chinook and Centennial hops, this beer gets the tropical treatment with a significant dose of fresh guava puree. Specs: ABV 7.0% IBU 65 Launch Packaging: 22oz glass, draft, cans (coming early Springtime) …
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Cult beer maker Russian River Brewing will start constructing its closing brewery in Sonoma County cofounder Vinnie Cilurzo told Brewbound during last week’s Great American Beer Festival. “This is it,” he said. We ’re constructing our last brewery for Russian River. There that we’re assembling into the brewery, but where we’re beginning at initially, which …

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It’s been more than four years since San Diego’s Green Flash Brewing declared its intention to construct a secondary brewing facility on the East Coast and an official grand opening date has been eventually establish by the business. Green Flash today said it would start its 58,000 sq. ft. brewery in Virginia Beach, Va. on …
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It’s Quite Amazing. A San Diego classic, AleSmith IPA showcases the versatility of American hops. Bouquets of tangerine and grapefruit lead into an abundance of tropical fruit notes and fresh pine followed by a sharp, resinous resentment. A company malt existence supports the complex hop profile to create a remarkably flavorful and well balanced IPA.
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Craft Beer Sales – Sales of craft beer are slowing, based on the most recent data from market research company IRI Worldwide. Craft quantity sales across the business’s measured multi-outlet and benefit stations (MULC — which consist of supermarket, drug, club, dollar, mass-merchandiser, Walmart and military shops), are up only 6.2 percent year to date …

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Barrelhouse Brewing Company Jason Carvalho, Owner/President, said, “Our brewing team has only as much experience making wine as they do brewing beer. Our teams strategy to brewing lends to unbelievable barrel, balanced portfolio beers and unique endeavors both non- sour and bitter. The extensive distribution experience and dedication to quality craft beer of the Beer …
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What is an IPA Beer? If you’ve ever had an IPA, you know they can not be both weak and bitter. Here are the basics. What Does IPA Stand For? IPA stands for India Pale Ale. India played a significant role in the development of IPA, as we’ll see in a moment. It’s not the …
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Beers are The Best Gift From Nature! Beers are an alcoholic drink brewed mainly from malted barley, hops, yeast and water although other sources of fermentable carbohydrate (eg. maize, wheat, rice) and other natural ingredients may be put into create distinct styles and flavors. Barley: The principal constituent in beers; as grapes are to wine, …
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A current Nielsen survey aimed at “getting in the minds of craft beer consumers” was discussed during today’s Machines Connection Power Hour conference call. The 20-instant online “Craft Beer Insights Poll (CIP),” designed in conjunction with the BA and conducted in late May, interviewed more than 1000 drinkers and separated respondents into two organizations: weekly …

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What’s your favorite local beer? Across the country, craft beer has been exploding in popularity as individuals taking brewing into their own hands create unique, local tastes. While the taste is there and the energy and excitement of smaller breweries is incredible, they are often stymied by disadvantages larger beer companies don’t have to deal …
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