Archive for March, 2011

In a battle that has pitted gas stations against liquor stores, and craft brewers against unionized grocery workers, a House committee on Thursday approved a bill that would allow convenience stores and groceries to sell full-strength beer. The Economic and Business Development Committee’s 7-6 vote in favor of House Bill 1284 sent the measure to […]

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A Nottingham brewery that is creating its own royal wedding beer has enlisted the help of a soon-to-be-wed couple to add their own special ingredient. Castle Rock Brewery is making traditional ale Kiss Me Kate to mark the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton on April 29. The company found a couple who are […]

LOCAL brewer JW Lees is calling on MPs to join the campaign to freeze beer tax ahead of the Budget. Managing director William Lees-Jones has written to local MPs, urging them to back the campaign by signing a Parliamentary motion. Campaigners say Britain’s beer and pub sector is vital to both the rural economy and […]

PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has ended her week-long visit to the US in true Aussie style, drinking a beer at a New York pub called The Australian and meeting expats who’ve raised more than $100,000 for flood relief. Ms Gillard joked it was her “definition of success” that she had met everyone in the pub […]

New Jersey’s largest craft brewery, Flying Fish Brewing Company, 1940 Olney Avenue, Cherry Hill, announces the debut of their new “Exit 9 Hoppy Scarlet Ale,” the latest entry in their “Exit Series” of big-bottle beers honoring their home state of New Jersey. “Exit 9 is better known as the ‘Rutgers University exit,’ so we crafted […]

Squamish’s Howe Sound Brewing has announced the second beer in its “Ales for Change” series and will contribute a portion of the beer’s sales profit to the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS–BC) for marine and wilderness conservation in B.C. “We are thrilled about this series of beers ‘Ales for Change’, as it is a […]

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