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Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait

The post, Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait, first appeared on The Barley Blog. The vintage date on this bottle of Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait reads 2011. I certainly haven’t owned it that long—in fact, I think I just purchased it down in Culpeper, VA this past January. Show More Summary

Elevation Beer Company Changes Packaging

(Poncha Springs, Colorado) – Starting this April, Elevation Beer Company will be making a change to 12oz bottle 6-packs acr… The post Elevation Beer Company Changes Packaging appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Twisted Pine Brewing Brings Back the Braggot

Boulder, CO – Timed to coincide with Colorado Craft Beer Week, Twisted Pine Brewing will release West Bound Braggot on Thurs… The post Twisted Pine Brewing Brings Back the Braggot appeared first on thefullpint.com.

The Rare Barrel Ensorcelled – 3/28/15 Bottle Release

(Berkley,CA) – Ensorcelled, our dark sour aged in oak barrels with raspberries, is back! Decadent, rich, and jammy, Ensorc… The post The Rare Barrel Ensorcelled – 3/28/15 Bottle Release appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Working with a living beer community

The March/April edition of DRAFT magazine has a lovely little story about Tiah Edmunson-Morton and the Oregon Hops & Brewing Archives. (Full disclosure: I wrote it.) I’ve pointed to her Tumblr blog on several occasions, first because I thought you might be interested, and second, perhaps selfishly, because we need to encourage this sort of […]

Stone Brewing Co. Releases 2015 Stone CHAI-SPICED Imperial Russian Stout

(ESCONDIDO, CA) – Each spring, craft beer enthusiasts actually look forward to encountering the IRS—Stone Imperial Russian … The post Stone Brewing Co. Releases 2015 Stone CHAI-SPICED Imperial Russian Stout appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Book Review: “Apples to Cider” by April White and Stephen Wood

The post, Book Review: “Apples to Cider” by April White and Stephen Wood, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Much like craft beer in the U.S. is on the rise, so too is American cider—at least in Virginia it appears as though new ciders (or hard ciders) are popping up on a regular basis. Show More Summary

Did Father Duplessis Brew Quebec's First Beer?

You may recall that a couple of months ago I wrote a post about the first brewing of beer in New France describing how in 1617 Louis Hébert became the colony's first private land owner, farmer and a brewer. He is generally accepted as the first brewer. Show More Summary

Societe Brewing to Present at Savor 2015

San Diego, CA – On June 5 and 6, Societe Brewing Company will be one of 73 small and independent craft breweries represented at … The post Societe Brewing to Present at Savor 2015 appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Oakshire Brewing’s Hellshire Day 2015 – Recap W/ Photos

Our longtime friend and newly transplanted Portlander Diana recaps Oakshire Brewing’s Hellshire Day.  If you are inter… The post Oakshire Brewing’s Hellshire Day 2015 – Recap W/ Photos appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Jester King Hibernal Dichotomous Release March 27, 2015

(Austin, TX) – We are pleased to announce Jester King 2015 Hibernal Dichotomous, our winter saison brewed with beets, citru… The post Jester King Hibernal Dichotomous Release March 27, 2015 appeared first on thefullpint.com.

LongShot contest adds ‘East vs. West’ theme

Boston Beer Co. has added to new twist to its Samuel Adams LongShot contest from homebrewers. For the first time it will feature an “East vs. West” battle. Judges will choose one winning beer from east of the Mississipi River and one from the west. Each will be brewed by Samuel Adams and sold in […]

Is Stone Brewing Co. Cannibalizing Their Portfolio?

In 2001, Apple Computer revolutionized the tech gadget and music industry with the invention of the iPod.  All of the sudden, a … The post Is Stone Brewing Co. Cannibalizing Their Portfolio? appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Left Hand Brewing Expands to the Left Coast

Longmont,CO – At long last … get ready to pour hard, California! Left Hand Brewing Co. is excited to announce their arrival … The post Left Hand Brewing Expands to the Left Coast appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Rahr & Sons Brewing Brings Back Bucking Bock, Now In Cans

(Fort Worth, Texas) — This month, Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. is launching its seasonal Bucking Bock for the first time ever in c… The post Rahr & Sons Brewing Brings Back Bucking Bock, Now In Cans appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Forge Brew Works The Solstice Black Saison

The post, Forge Brew Works The Solstice Black Saison, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Lorton, VA’s Forge Brew Works has been in business for a little over a year now, but this bottle of The Solstice is the first product of theirs that I’ve come across in my travels. Show More Summary

The many sides of the Budweiser story

MONDAY BEER LINKS, LIMITED MUSING 03.23.15 Perhaps I may have missed something that would totally change my life during 8 mostly Internet-free days before Saturday. But it’s one thing to wade through hundreds of Feedly headlines; it would another to consider reaching that far back in Twitter (is “in” even the right preposition?) to feel […]

Four Brewers | LIVE from Firkfest 2015!

Season 2, Episode 12 - This week’s show is live from the one and only Firkfest, in Anaheim, California. [Player above not wo… The post Four Brewers | LIVE from Firkfest 2015! appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Craft beer surpasses 10% market share

The Brewers Association announced today that for the first time craft breweries reached double-digit share of the beer marketplace. Back in 2003, Kim Jordan of New Belgium Brewing had challenged industry members during her keynote address at the Craft Brewers Conference to strive to reach 10% share. To many that looked to a goal that […]

Let's Stop Defining "Craft Beer" And Start Describing It

Bear with me as this is a topic a large piece of which means little to me. Why would it? It's 8:35 am on the first day of spring with more snow on the ground, sub-freezing temperatures and two weeks of laundry to catch up with. It's a good day to ponder fundamentally unimportant things like defining craft beer. Show More Summary

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