CBA’s New Brew Is Game Changer
Craft Brew Alliance — which markets the Kona Brewing, Redhook Brewery, Widmer Brothers Brewing and Omission beer brands — has partnered with Buffalo Wild Wings to create a new, draft-only beer called Game Changer.Brewed as a new label under the Redhook brand, Game Changer is a 4.2
Budweiser Dresses Up Its Can With A Bow Tie - Yahoo! Finance
Budweiser introduces bowtie-shaped can.Budweiser is turning to modern technology to emphasize a piece of its past.The company is unveiling a bow tie shaped can that will mirror the brand's longtime bow tie logo. The can will be available in eight-packs nationwide beginning May 6 and is the
Flying Dog Vs. Anchor Brewing: Beer Companies Putting Pride On...
FREDERICK, Md. — Las Vegas bookies may be bringing in tens of millions of dollars in Super Bowl bets — more than $93 million was laid down on last year’s game — but a pair of breweries on opposite sides of the country have engaged in a tastier, and potentially more
Waking Up To Breakfast Beers
Brewers have turned their attention to one of the few underserved market segments: morning beer drinkers.The eye-opener, the hair-of-the-dog, the morning brewskie Beer for breakfast was once the domain of problem drinkers and spring break partiers. It’s as if there was an unwritten law that
Kona Brewing 'stoked' To Bring Its Craft Beers To Ohio...
Hawaii's Kona Brewing will begin distributing its Big Wave Golden Ale and other craft beers to Ohio in January.Hawaii's Kona Brewing Co. will distribute its craft beers in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Missouri starting next month, the Pacific Business Journalreports.The brewery, which is
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Majority In U.S. Drink Alcohol, Averaging Four Drinks A Week
PRINCETON, NJ -- Americans' drinking habits held steady in the past year, with 66% saying they consume alcohol and drinkers consuming just over four alcoholic drinks per week, on average. Beer continues to be Americans' preferred drink, although wine remains a close second, with liquor
Sierra Nevada Brewing Moved Its New Plant Opening Date Up To...
MILLS RIVER — Sierra Nevada Brewing Company has moved its opening date up from November 2013 to July, a co-manager of the brewery said Thursday.Stan Cooper, who will manage the Mills River facility along with Brian Grossman, presented an update about the plant's progress during a Mills River
Craft Beers Drawing In More Drinkers With Lower-Alcohol Ales
Redhook was not the first craft brewer in America, but it was certainly among the pioneers when it poured its first brew in Seattle in 1982, a spicy Belgian ale. And in the nearly 30 years since then, it and other craft brewers went on to find great success with fuller-bodied, more complex beers
Alabama Lifts Ban On Selling Bastard-Named Beers
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Dirty Bastard and Backwoods Bastard beers can now join Fat Bastard wine on store shelves in Alabama.After taking a second look at the attention-grabbing names of Dirty Bastard and Backwoods Bastard beers, the state's liquor control agency lifted its ban on their sale in
How The Threat Of Losing Beer Unites A Community
This law of nature was on display recently in the wake of June 29's derecho, a line of obese thunderstorms that gunned over America with the power of Steve Austin throwing a clothesline from a motorcycle. When the 80 m.p.h. winds had finally departed, at least 22 people lay dead, power grids
Dessert Beers: What To Pair With Your Pud - After-dinner Drinks
While dessert wines are nothing new, matching after-dinner treats with a tasty beer may not be something that would immediately spring to mind. However, Rod Jones, beer sommelier and head brewer at The Old Brewery restaurant and microbrewery in Greenwich, has been pairing beers with desserts at the
Can Beer Save America?
The grand unifying theory of the American consumer has been that we are, first and foremost, low price fetishists. There’s ample evidence supporting this view: From Wal-Mart’s prominence to the fast food industry’s ongoing success, vast swaths of the economy are indeed built on the premise
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