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  • Bell’s Brewery is releasing ‘Goin’ Dark’ to honor veterans & active military
    by Reid Ramsay on November 1, 2019 at 3:17 pm

    Bell’s Brewery is honoring veterans and active service military with a special beer release for Veteran’s Day. Bell’s Goin’ Dark debuts at the brewery’s Eccentric Cafe on November 11th. Goin’ Dark is a coffee milk stout brewed with bourbon barrel-aged coffee Continue Reading → The post Bell’s Brewery is releasing ‘Goin’ Dark’ to honor veterans & active military appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Founders settles racial discrimination case, both parties issue statement
    by Reid Ramsay on October 31, 2019 at 8:30 pm

    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 → The post Founders settles racial discrimination case, both parties issue statement appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • MillerCoors restructures, slashes 500 jobs, renames company
    by Reid Ramsay on October 30, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    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 → The post MillerCoors restructures, slashes 500 jobs, renames company appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Three Taverns Helm’s Deep, “the barrel-aged monster” returns
    by Reid Ramsay on October 30, 2019 at 5:50 pm

    Three Taverns Helm’s Deep returns to the Decatur, Georgia brewery again on November 2nd.  This imperial stout was initially a long time coming. Ahead of the original release in 2016, the crew at Three Taverns has been aging this monster in various Continue Reading → The post Three Taverns Helm’s Deep, “the barrel-aged monster” returns appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Wasatch Brewery refreshes brand, releases two new beers
    by Reid Ramsay on October 29, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    Park City, Utah’s Wasatch Brewery will have a brand new look this November. A full brand refresh debuts after Halloween. The new-look corresponds with Utah’s change in their (still) antiquated laws surrounding alcohol by volume restrictions. As of November 1st, beer Continue Reading → The post Wasatch Brewery refreshes brand, releases two new beers appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Macallan 60 year old whisky fetches $1.9 million, breaks world record
    by Reid Ramsay on October 29, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    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 → The post Macallan 60 year old whisky fetches $1.9 million, breaks world record appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Crux Fermentation Project’s newest seasonal: Mountain Traffic
    by Reid Ramsay on October 29, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    The latest seasonal from Crux Fermentation Project, Mountain Traffic is now available. Traffic truly sucks, but we are going to assume this hoppy red ale doesn’t. Per Crux: After a fun day in the mountains, nothing sounds more satisfying than sharing a Continue Reading → The post Crux Fermentation Project’s newest seasonal: Mountain Traffic appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • New Realm finishes October on a hazy note with Tyrannosaurus Flex
    by Reid Ramsay on October 29, 2019 at 1:09 pm

    New Realm Tyrannosaurus Flex, a new hazy imperial IPA debuts Halloween week 2019. This imperial can of haze is rocking a sweet 80’s vibe and one of the largest land predators to ever exist. The brewing team used all New Zealand Continue Reading → The post New Realm finishes October on a hazy note with Tyrannosaurus Flex appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti Imperial Stout cans expected in November
    by Reid Ramsay on October 23, 2019 at 4:09 pm

    Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti Imperial Stout is another one of the “old guard” in American barrel-aged imperial stouts. Additionally, it is among the most revered in the industry. The year-round “Yeti” imperial stout spends at least 12 months aging whiskey Continue Reading → The post Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti Imperial Stout cans expected in November appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Arches Brewing Winter’s Night releases in cans for the first time
    by Reid Ramsay on October 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Arches Brewing Winter’s Night is back for a second time this year. The brewery first debut this beer as a winter seasonal back in February.  This dark German-style lager dates back centuries. From Arches: A traditional lager that is best characterized by its striking Continue Reading → The post Arches Brewing Winter’s Night releases in cans for the first time appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

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