Articles tagged with ‘craft

Coors Third Shift Amber Lager debuted this past summer in select markets and is going year-round beginning in February. Apparently, the beer was launched not as a craft alternative but as a player in the “invitation” category of the better beer segment (between BMC and Craft).

Product Description Move over, Merlot. Craft beer has finally found a place at the fine dining table. Renowned beer sommeliers Hallie Beaune and Christina Perozzi offer a down-to-earth guide to craft and artisanal brews that celebrates beer for what it truly is: sophisticated, complex, and flavorful. Beaune and Perozzi cover everything from beer basics to […]

Andrew Godley loaded 16 kegs of beer into the back of his pickup truck Tuesday to take to a local distributor who would then deliver them to Lafayette bars and restaurants. Godley is Parish Brewing Co.’s only employee, and he does, well, everything. “We started about six months ago, and it was just a pilot […]

“I think we’re witnessing the critical mass of craft beer in this town.” Looking around nearly four years ago when I scrawled those words, it seemed clear that Philly was enjoying a surge in neighborhood bars whose focus was good beer. We’d reached a tipping point in which it was too late to go back […]

The name of Atlanta’s newest beer company comes from the R.E.M. song “Near Wild Heaven.” That isn’t exactly surprising, given that Wild Heaven Craft Beers President Nick Purdy also is the founding publisher of Paste music magazine. Like Paste, Wild Heaven is based in Decatur. But currently, Wild Heaven beers are brewed under contract at […]

5 OC Breweries to be featured at The Bruery Provisions This Tuesday, October 12th, from 6 to 8pm, The Bruery Provisions is showcasing a handful of the amazing breweries that have been sprouting up around Orange County the past few years. A special OC Brewers Beer Flight will feature five local beers including: Tustin Brewing […]

It was on Oct. 8, 1976 that Jack McAuliffe incorporated the New Albion Brewing Company in Sonoma. It was the first modern craft brewery in America. The following July, he began brewing and selling his own beer, inspiring countless early microbreweries and spawning an entire industry of craft brewers. McAuliffe’s love of beer began in […]

Beer Town: Beer in cans – an unlikely craft brew success story Canned beer might have celebrated its 75th anniversary earlier this year, but its outlook is young and adventurous not old and grumpy The iconic American product has undergone a series of changes since it first appeared in 1935, not long after the end […]