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  • ASW adds Maris Otter to their growing Single Malt Whiskey Series
    by Reid Ramsay on October 18, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Maris Otter malt has a deep history in the beer brewing industry. This month, Atlanta based American Spirit Works highlighted it a little different way – in their latest whiskey. The United Kingdom originating two-row barley was first introduced in 1966 Continue Reading → The post ASW adds Maris Otter to their growing Single Malt Whiskey Series appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Monday Night is looking to release a low-calorie IPA
    by Reid Ramsay on October 17, 2019 at 5:55 am

    There are a handful of lower alcohol by volume, lower-calorie beers in the craft brewing segment. Some of the most notable recent releases include One-y IPA by Oskar Blues, Slightly Mighty by Dogfish Head, and Swipe Light by Southern Tier. Continue Reading → The post Monday Night is looking to release a low-calorie IPA appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • The Bruery Black Tuesday will be available in cans for the 1st time this month
    by Reid Ramsay on October 16, 2019 at 5:50 pm

    Easily one of the recognized barrel-aged imperial stouts in the industry turns 10 this month – The Bruery Black Tuesday. When quantities of this beast of a beer allow, the general public has a chance to take purchase it on Continue Reading → The post The Bruery Black Tuesday will be available in cans for the 1st time this month appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Victory Brewing to open downtown Philadelphia brewery in 2020
    by Reid Ramsay on October 16, 2019 at 3:53 pm

    Since 1996, Victory Brewing Company has called Philly-adjacent Downington, Pennsylvania home. Since then, the brewery has expanded to Parkesburg and Kennett Square. Coming in late-2020, Victory will finally have an address in downtown Philadelphia. A 14,000 square foot state-of-the-art brewery and Continue Reading → The post Victory Brewing to open downtown Philadelphia brewery in 2020 appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Boulder Beer pulls back national distro, laying off staff
    by Reid Ramsay on October 11, 2019 at 4:33 pm

    Boulder Beer Company is pulling back national distribution, and downsizing operations. For nearly 30 years, Boulder Beer has been brewing beer in their home in Boulder, Colorado. Citing an “explosive number of brewery openings” and “crowded shelves,” Boulder will focus solely Continue Reading → The post Boulder Beer pulls back national distro, laying off staff appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Scofflaw Brewing drops 6 Barrel-Aged releases on Black Friday
    by Reid Ramsay on October 10, 2019 at 3:20 pm

    Atlanta’s Scofflaw Brewing is hosting a massive Barrel-Aged Absentium release on Black Friday. Absentium is as much a beer as it is a serious of big, rich imperial stouts by Scofflaw. The series started with Bourbon Barrel Absentium, and has since Continue Reading → The post Scofflaw Brewing drops 6 Barrel-Aged releases on Black Friday appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Stone Brewing’s collaborates with Jägermeister; ships to select markets
    by Reid Ramsay on October 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Arrogant Bastard Jägermeister Ale is headed out to select markets now, a Germany brewed special release for the U.S. A staple in nearly every bar in America – Jägermeister. The herbal liquor is made with 56 different herbs and takes more Continue Reading → The post Stone Brewing’s collaborates with Jägermeister; ships to select markets appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • White Castle will soon sell their own branded house beer
    by Reid Ramsay on October 9, 2019 at 11:00 pm

    The next time Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, they might be able to snag a pint of White Castle Beer as well. The famous burger chain is teaming up with Weyerbacher Brewing on the new burger paired beer. According Continue Reading → The post White Castle will soon sell their own branded house beer appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • All Chinook hops: Wild Leap Alpha Abstraction Vol 9
    by Reid Ramsay on October 9, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    Wild Leap Alpha Abstraction Vol 9 joins the ongoing imperial IPA series in October. The Alpha Abstraction Series is designed to highlight a specific hop varietal. This edition is built on Michigan grown Chinook hops. While this particular hop is known Continue Reading → The post All Chinook hops: Wild Leap Alpha Abstraction Vol 9 appeared first on Beer Street Journal.

  • Great Divide Mexican Chocolate Yeti
    by Reid Ramsay on October 9, 2019 at 2:43 pm

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