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Forest City Brewery embraces history as it sets to open in Cleveland(November 21) - The 1915 building once was a former tavern house, appropriate for its latest incarnation. Construction will include reclaimed wood from a nearby home that dates to the 1880s. The part of the building that will house the brewery has a barn-like look to it, with high wooden strips forming the rafters. And in a neat homage to the past, bricks were salvaged from a former Forest City Brewery. Complete Story
          

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Funky Buddha Brewery will begin bottling beer in December — including maple-bacon beer!
(November 21) - The Funky Buddha is going mainstream. Relax, the Boca Raton and Oakland Park-based brewery is still wild about unexpected beer flavors — only now those concoctions will be available at a retailer near you. The brewery will begin bottling and distributing its beer all over South Florida beginning Dec. 10. Complete Story

Devils Backbone Brewery Raises Money For Thanksgiving Meals
(November 21) - Devils Backbone Brewery came to Nelson County back in 2008, and is proud to be a part of the community. This event is to help raise money for the Nelson County Food Pantry to contribute toward a Thanksgiving dinner to local families; and it's all funded through a trampoline. Complete Story
 
23 reasons Portland is still the world's best beer city
(November 20) - It used to be as plain as a beer-foam mustache. Portland, Oregon, has more breweries and brewpubs than any other place -- in the sixties now -- ergo, it's the world's greatest beer city. And none of those breweries makes swill. But the world is changing for the better -- and catching up to a movement pioneered by Portlanders. Complete Story
 
Hangar 24 brewery bubbling, not breaking in Redlands, CA
(November 21) “It’s been explosive; it’s just been crazy,” said founder and master brewer Ben Cook in a telephone interview about the past 18 months. “Our revenues increased by 50 percent to reach an all-time high over the past year, and our distribution channels have also surged by 52 percent.” Complete Story
 
6 craft beer terms every beer geek should know
(November 20) - Even if you haven’t yet fallen into the craft beer rabbit hole — a warren of minutia and terminology that can make even a brewer’s head spin — it’s helpful to get a grasp on some of the more common terms that beer writers and beer geeks use to discuss the beverage that enthralls them. Complete Story
   
Old Firehouse on HuffPost list of bizarre breweries
(November 20) - Open for only about two months, Old Firehouse Brewery is already getting some love from the Huffington Post. The Williamsburg brewery is featured in a story about "8 Breweries in Awesomely Bizarre Places" on the site's blog. Complete Story

Anheuser-Busch Brewery lights up for the holidays
(November 20) - Back and even brighter, the famed Anheuser-Busch holiday lights display will offer more than half a million lights and a variety of new experiences in 2014 for guests enjoying one of St. Louis’ most-beloved holiday displays. Now in its 29th year, Anheuser-Busch has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors for its holiday lights experience, including nearly 20,000 guests just last year. Complete Story
   
Noble Rey Brewery Is Headed to the Dallas Design District, Which Has Become Dallas' Beer District
(November 20) - The Design District is on its way to becoming known for its beer culture as much as it is high end furniture and art galleries. The folks behind Noble Ray Brewery have announced they'll be setting up shop as the fourth beer maker in the neighborhood. Complete Story
 
Tampa Heights to get big new brewery and tasting room
(November 20) - Joshua Garman and Austin Good became brew buddies a little over a year ago, and by this spring they'd forged a partnership.The tandem just signed a lease for a 7,500-square-foot warehouse space on Franklin Street in Tampa Heights. Complete Story
 
Flat12 to Open Second Brewery in Jeffersonville, IN
(November 20) - Flat12 Bierwerks has been hitting taps and shelves all over the Louisville area, and the fast-growing, Indianapolis-based craft brewery is set to open their second location November 22 in downtown Jeffersonville. The soft opening will be followed by the official Grand Opening Celebration set for December 6. Complete Story
 
Reports: AB InBev To Cut Jobs In U.S.
(November 20) - Belgian brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, known as AB InBev will cut jobs and consolidate its sales division in the U.S. following a detailed business review, according to media reports on Wednesday. The job cuts will reportedly affect salaried employees in divisions including marketing and procurement as well as sales and brewery operations.  Complete Story
 
Dogfish Head beer made with scrapple. Really.
(November 19) - Beer for Breakfast is the brainchild of Dogfish founder Sam Calagione and Ben Potts, brewer at Dogfish's Rehoboth Beach restaurant Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats on Rehoboth Avenue. It's brewed with coffee from The Bean Factory in St. Paul, Minn.; Massachusetts maple syrup; barley smoked over applewood from Delaware's Fifer Orchards; and, of course, scrapple. Complete Story
 
Jester King and Franklin BBQ team up for smoked fig beer
(November 19) - Beer and barbecue are two of Austin’s favorite things, so local breweries and barbecue joints have collaborated before on making smoked beers. But perhaps no collaboration will draw quite as many crowds as the upcoming smoked fig beer produced by Jester King brewers and Franklin Barbecue’s Aaron Franklin. Complete Story
 
Dry City Brew Works brewery is a place for people to gather in Wheaton, IL
(November 19) - Exposed brick walls, metal accents, a wooden ceiling and plans for local musicians to regularly perform give Dry City Brew Works the feel of an urban coffeehouse. In reality, the new business in downtown Wheaton is a tiny brewery where people can work on their laptops, catch up with a friend or meet new people while enjoying a beer. Complete Story

HiJinx Brewing to celebrate new location in Allentown
(November 19) - There will be some HiJinx in Allentown on Friday night, Nov. 21, and you can bet that beer will be involved. HiJinx Brewing Co. is hosting local dignitaries for a grand opening celebration of the brewery's location in the Allentown Bridgeworks manufacturing incubator on Harrison Street. Complete Story
 
Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Inc. announces 77 percent increase in revenue
(November 19) - “The 2nd and 3rd Quarter’s of 2014 were particularly strong due to increased customer traffic at our taproom, a robust economy, successful launch of Farm To Flame, tourism in the High Country, new strategic alliances and the soft launch of our self-distribution program being head up by our new Sales Manager, Michael Schriber”, said Sean Spiegelman, CEO of Appalachian Mountain Brewery. Complete Story
 
Lance Armstrong Tries Beer Mile, Does Not Finish
(November 18) - With the inaugural Flo Beer Mile World Championship just over two weeks away, interest in the four-lap, four-beer race seems to be at an all-time high. Interest is particularly high in Austin, Texas, the city that will host the event, so it’s not too surprising that one of Austin’s residents, banned cyclist Lance Armstrong, recently decided to try his hand at the event. Complete Story
 
Widmers go from new kids on the beer block to 'elders' of craft brew
(November 18) - Thirty years in the history of the beer business is a blip on the radar. Thirty years in the craft beer business, however, is a lifetime. That's exactly the length of time spent by Rob and Kurt Widmer, the founders of Portland, Oregon-based Widmer Brothers Brewing, building a business that has made Widmer the eminence grise of craft brewing. Complete Story
 
Stochasticity Project Master of Disguise Released
(November 18) - Beer enthusiasts, prepare for a mind- and palate-defying experience that may change some of your preconceived notions about beer. The latest Stochasticity Project release will challenge the assumption that pale-colored ales are modest in body, or that only dark-hued beers can exhibit roasty, chocolaty and rich malty notes. Beginning today, Stochasticity Project Master of Disguise, a so-called imperial golden stout brewed with coffee beans, cocoa and coffee beans. Complete Story
 
Oregon beer writer DeBenedetti crowdfunds his new farmhouse brewery
(November 18) - Oregon beer and travel writer Christian DeBenedetti, author of The Great American Ale Trail and an upcoming cookbook, is building an eagerly awaited farmhouse brewery called Wolves & People in Oregon wine country, 21 miles from Portland. Complete Story
 
Deschutes Brewery and Chef José Andrés Collaborate on Spanish-Inspired Saison
(November 18) - Craft beer from a 22-ounce bottle doesn't usually come to mind when picturing a tasting menu of the best in Spanish haute cuisine, but it might after next week, when Oregon's Deschutes Brewery releases Zarabanda, a new saison brewed in collaboration with the tapas king himself, José Andrés. Complete Story
 
Covington's Bavarian Brewery safe for now
(November 18) - The historic Bavarian Brewery in Covington appears safe for now.If Columbia Sussex wants to demolish the 100-year-old brewery building in Covington, they will have to appeal to the Covington City Commission.The Covington Urban Design Review Board on Monday unanimously rejected the company's request to tear the brewery down. Complete Story

Powder Hollow Brewery Announces Nov. 23 Opening in Enfield, CT
(November 18) - Mike McManus is getting ready to welcome beer drinkers to the grand opening of his new brewery, Powder Hollow Brewery LLC, on Nov. 23. Located in the Scitico section of town, next to the Scantic River, McManus said the brewery at 504 Hazard Ave is close to where he spent time growing up and played baseball, hiked and biked through Powder Hollow and the Scantic River Park.  Complete Story

Brewers a male-dominated market
(November 17) - With the bag wedged between her chest and the metal silo in front of her, Rachael Cardwell leans toward an opening, pouring the oats into a batch of the Longmont brewery's staple milk stout. Cardwell, 28, is the the 21-year-old brewery's first woman brewer and the only one in Boulder County, aside from a few female brewery owners who play many roles including brewer, according to a recent survey conducted by the Longmont Times-Call. Complete Story
 
Women make up 34 percent of Boulder County brewery employees, with growth expected
(November 17) -Women currently hold 34 percent of jobs in Boulder County's breweries, according to a recent survey conducted by the Times-Call. The county's 34 breweries, some with multiple locations, reported 339 women out of 1,009 employees. Complete Story
 
Against the Grain Brewery serves up science between beers
(November 16) - For a while, it seemed like a typical night at the local watering hole. But the real purpose of the night became evident as Levi Beverly took to the microphone — not to sing karaoke but to introduce his program: Beer with a Scientist. Complete Story
          
Dry Dock Brewing – Double Vanilla Porter & Double Coffee Porter Release
(November 16) - Meet the next two beers in Dry Dock’s Signature Series, the Double Vanilla Porter and the Double Coffee Porter. These beers will debut at The Canoe Room at North Dock. “Our vanilla porter is probably the beer I drink at home the most so I really wanted to do a bigger version of it to age in whiskey barrels and have ready for the holidays,” says North Dock Head Brewer Brett Williams. Complete Story
 
Anchor Brewing Releases Potrero Hill Sour-Mash IPA, 7th Zymaster Series Beer
(November 16) - Today, Anchor Brewing Company announces the release of the seventh brew in their Zymaster Series, Potrero Hill Sour-Mash IPA (ABV 7%). In 1993, Anchor repurposed a small corner of their brewery and began distilling whiskey from a mash of 100% rye malt, now known as Old Potrero®. Although they have experimented with beer and hops in the distillery, Anchor has never used rye or sour mash in the brewery—until now. Complete Story

Old Kaier Brewery set for demolition in Mahanoy City, PA
(November 16) - The demolition of the blighted Kaier Brewery building w at the north end of Main Street will lead to the creation of a community park and playground as part of Phase IV of the borough's Central Business District Streetscape Revitalization Program. Phase III of the downtown revitalization initiative was completed this year on Centre Street. Complete Story

Alaskan Brewing Brings Back Winter Ale for 2014-15 Season
(November 16) - As winter descends upon Alaska, Alaskan Brewing Co. is again releasing its unique Winter Ale. This seasonal brew made with locally harvested spruce tips is an annual favorite, and should see its fans through another scurvy-free winter. Complete Story
  
What's Up: Point Brewery makes more beer, adds jobs
(November 16) - The Stevens Point Brewery announced in October it was producing almost 20 percent more beer than in the previous year, which has led to 10 new jobs being created. The new employees include a packaging manager, a fourth brewer, an inventory control materials planner, two maintenance workers and five more second-shift packaging employees, including a shift supervisor and quality technician. The brewery has about 40 employees. Complete Story
 
Atwater Brewery Introduces Lebkuchen Christmas Ale
(November 16) - Just in time for the holidays Atwater Brewery, Detroit’s favorite craft beer brewer, is introducing a Christmas drink guaranteed to make Santa even jollier after he completes his rounds and unbridles Rudolph and company — Lebkuchen Christmas Ale. Complete Story
 
Poulsbo brewery boys bare all for good cause
(November 15) - Wearing nothing but hop vines isn’t as comfortable as Dave Lambert makes it look. “It takes a lot of tape, so moving around is a delicate process,” he said of posing as “Mr. August” for his Poulsbo brewery’s all-male pinup calendar, “The Men of Slippery Pig.” Complete Story

 
Mispillion River Brewing celebrates one year
(November 15) - Eric Williams learned to live with a couple surprises in his first year of owning Milford-based Mispillion River Brewing. The facility, which produces about 100 barrels of beer, or 3,100 gallons of the good stuff a month, was designed so that the community would gather around the brewery. Complete Story
   
Bavarian Brewery allies using light show, Kickstarter
(November 15) - Supporters wanting to save the Bavarian Brewing Co. building in Covington have turned to a Kickstarter campaign and a light show to aid their cause. The loose-knit group on Saturday, Sunday and Monday will stage protests against the 19th Century brewery's possible demolition, including a Lumenocity-like light show Sunday night projected on the building, called Bavarianocity. That will begin at 7 p.m. Complete Story
 
WT Brews: Onondaga County's newest brewery starts quietly in Baldwinsville, NY
(November 15) - WT Brews opened two weeks ago near Baldwinsville. The tiny brewery run by Mike Johnson and Rich Pinkowski is operating at 3482 Patchett Road, off River Road just east of the village. For now it has irregular hours, and will sell most of its beers at the indoor Greater Baldwinsville Farmers Market and the CNY Regional Market. Complete Story
  
Boulevard brewing special beer to celebrate Royals postseason
(November 15) - Boulevard Brewing Company has announced that it's brewing a special beer to celebrate the Kansas City Royals' historic playoff run. The special brew, called Crown Town Ale, is currently in fermentation, according to the brewery's Facebook page. The brewery also posted an image of what appeared to be the logo for the beer's labels on its Facebook page. Complete Story
 
San Diego County Embraces Craft Beer
(November 15) -  San Diego Beer Week is designed to showcase craft breweries including those in Vista where beer is booming. In the time it takes me to say that San Diego County has 94 craft breweries, the number will have changed. Complete Story
   
New York's Good Nature Farm Brewery Serves Up Suds Made Entirely From Local Ingredients
(November 15) - Carrie Blackmore found her inspiration while visiting Central New York and falling in love with its beautiful landscape and rich history. In a male-dominated industry, she opened Good Nature Farm Brewery & Tap Room and contributed to a thriving community. Complete Story
 
Arch Rock Brewing, the little Oregon brewery that could
(November 15) - Drive down U.S. 101 about as far as you can go before you leave Oregon, pass through this seaside town, population 2,250, then drive a little further. Take the road on the left that slips up toward the hills, continue over a dilapidated bridge and you'll find a small cluster of businesses: a locals bar, a company that makes sea-tight doors for boats and Arch Rock, the little brewery that could. Complete Story
 
Want to make beer for a living? Study up, stay humble
(November 15) - Be prepared to put a little muscle into heaving a sack of grain from one place to another. You'll need to know how to clean out a keg, too. And — increasingly — people wanting to land a job in a brewery in the Carolinas will have to hit the books if they want better wages. Complete Story
  
Sun King aims to open Fishers brewery in time for Oktoberfest '15
(November 13) - Founded in mid-2009, still-growing Sun King in August announced plans to add capacity by building a second brewery and more-expansive tasting room in Fishers. Sun King expects to complete the project in two phases. A small-batch pilot brewery, brewpub-style tap room and outdoor event space are expected to come online next year, the founders said. Complete Story

Mother Road Brewing's ale takes top honors
(November 14) - When most people think of Flagstaff, cooler temps and piney woods come to mind, but Phoenix's sister to the north is making a name for itself in the craft-beer world. Mother Road Brewing Company's most-recent success to toast? A gold medal in the Beverage Testing Institute's World Beer Championships. "It's rewarding to know someone else appreciates the beer as much as I do," said Urs Riner, the brewery's head brewer, or "head yeast whisperer" as they call him. Complete Story
  
Travesty! Beers at Century Link Field in Seattle are watered down
(November 13) - The 12th man might be getting shafted. Seattle's KOMO 4 recently went undercover to test the various beers sold at CenturyLink field during Seahawks games for their alcohol content. Six beers -- Stella Artois, Bud Light, Redhook Brewery No Equal, Shocktop, Bass Pale Ale and Budweiser -- were sampled. Each came back showing less alcohol than advertised, with the discrepancies ranging from 0.2 to 0.6 percent. Complete Story
 
New Belgium's Kim Jordan talks growth, activism, staying true to roots
(November 13) - At the helm of the country's third largest craft brewery, Kim Jordan, 56, is both a practical businessperson and a social idealist. The co-founder and CEO of New Belgium Brewing Co. says she is just a few years from retiring to a less active board position. But before that time comes, Jordan is helping her co-workers at the employee-owned company to build a second brewery in Asheville, North Carolina. Complete Story
 
Beer Here! 7 Unexpected Places to Find Beer
(November 13) - Think the bar is the only place you can get a cold beer? Think again. Craft beer is becoming so ubiquitous, it’s popping up in the most unlikely of places, like the yoga studio. Sure, there’s nothing wrong with getting a drink in a bar. Some purists would argue that drinking in a bar is the way God intended it to be. Maybe. Bars, beer gardens, ball parks, restaurants, hotel lobbies, the bed of a pickup truck going down Highway 41…these are all great places to knock back a cold one. Complete Story
 
How the craft beer revolution made cans cool again
(November 13) - For decades, US beer drinkers have operated on the assumption that high-end, foreign brews come in bottles, while down-home, budget beers are packaged in flimsy, 12-oz. cans, the better for pounding and crushing. Though the cheap stuff never really went out of style, America’s consumption of beer in metal cans showed definite signs of waning in the early 1990s, while bottled beer picked up in popularity—a trend that lasted pretty much right through the economic go-go years leading up to the financial crisis. Complete Story
 
Avery Brewing to Release Tweak Bourbon Barrel-Aged ABV Coffee Imperial Stout
(November 13) This Sunday Avery Brewing Company will release another massive barrel-aged beer, and they've upped the ante again by heavily dosing this brew with locally roasted organic coffee.Tweak is a 17.81% ABV coffee stout aged 4 months in fresh Bourbon barrels. Says founder and CEO Adam Avery, “Tweak is a super versatile beer—you could have it at brunch or it could be the last beer of the night. ‘Cause I don’t care what you've been drinking, you’ll be able to taste Tweak after it.” Complete Story
 
August Schell Brewing Co. buys Historic Grain Belt Beer sign
(November 13) - 's been dark for nearly 20 years but soon, one of the best-known signs in Minneapolis will be illuminated again. August Schell Brewing Co. has reached an agreement to purchase the iconic Grain Belt Beer sign on Nicollet Island and is in the process of making efforts to ensure the sign is preserved for years to come. Complete Story
 
AleSmith Brewing honors Tony Gwynn with Pale Ale 394
(November 13) - This weekend the beer-drinking public will be able to take home 12-ounces of Tony Gwynn-approved pale ale from a San Diego brewery. AleSmith is releasing its San Diego Pale Ale 394 in six packs as part of San Diego Beer Week, the first such packaging of the beer, which Gwynn himself worked with the brewery to create before his death in June. Complete Story
 
Farmington Brewing Company opens Saturday in Michigan
(November 13) - Jason and Gary Schlaff and Jason Henricks are the beer-loving guys behind Farmington's newest commercial venture, the Farmington Brewing Company, which is taking its place among Michigan's 186 breweries. Gary and Jason, father and son, and their friend Hendricks, are what you might call passionate about beer and its brewing. "We are science geeks," said Jason Schlaff. Complete Story
  
Chandeleur Brewing coming to downtown Gulfport, Mississippi
(November 13) - Downtown Gulfport will soon have its own brewery. And twin brothers from South Mississippi are pursuing a dream to make that happen. They're building Chandeleur Brewing Company in the heart of downtown. Cain and Cam Roberds own and operate a construction company and they happen to love craft beers. So, they put together a team to transform a historic building into a micro-brewery. Complete Story
 
At pilot brewery, MillerCoors learns what new beers will fly
(November 13) - Welcome to the MillerCoors pilot brewery, and its recently expanded conference and tasting room where the company works on new ideas. That conference space is dubbed the Flying Hippo room, and will soon include focus groups conducted with people recruited from the State St. brewery tours. Complete Story
 
New Belgium Brewing’s Wintertime Favorites Return for the Holidays
(November 12) - With the first snowfall already arriving for some, it’s starting to feel more and more like winter, which means the return of beloved cold-weather favorites from New Belgium Brewing. Accumulation White IPA and 2° Below Winter Ale can be found on shelves now, with Frambozen arriving November 11. Complete Story
 
August Schell’s releases Grand Cru, 21st Edition in Snowstorm series
(November 11) - "Creating a new Snowstorm is always interesting because it allows us to explore unique ingredient combinations," said Dave Berg, Schell's brewmaster. "For Grand Cru, we're using a relatively new malt, Red X, and an interesting Belgian yeast called Forbidden Fruit. Complete Story
 
Stevens Point Brewery Releases Whole Hog Espresso Stout
(November 11) - Point Brewmaster Gabe Hopkins brews Whole Hog Espresso Stout using roasted barley malts, caramel and dark chocolate malts, Palisade hops from the Pacific Northwest, and two kinds of coffee beans supplied by Milwaukee’s Valentine Coffee Roasters: whole Sumatra coffee beans and Valentine’s special proprietary blend of espresso beans. Complete Story
 
Burnside Brewing releases Permafrost Winter Ale(November 11) - Burnside Brewing Co. is releasing their fan favorite Permafrost Winter Ale today, Monday November 10th 2014 6pm at their brewpub with food pairing specials and giveaways. Bottles and draft are now available in Oregon too and you should see them on store shelves later this week. Complete Story
 
Anderson Valley Brewing Releases Blood Orange Gose(November 11) - Mendicino-based Anderson Valley Brewing brings their newest release to San Francisco shelves this week. Blood Orange Gose is a 4.2 percent ABV German-style ale incorporating a fresh, citrus spin into a beer with more than 500 years of tradition.  Up until the early 1900s, Gose (pronounced "Gose-uh") was the most popular style of beer in central Germany. Complete Story
 
Alltech expanding brewery, adding honey ale
(November 10) - Alltech is planning a $7.5 million expansion of its beer operations in Lexington to eventually quadruple its brewing capacity. The Nicholasville-based company plans to renovate its existing brewery in the triangle of Maxwell, Pine and Cross streets, beginning next Monday. The finished structure — to be built over the existing building — will have Kentucky fieldstone and glass walls so the new 25,000-barrel Krones-Steinecker brewhouse will be visible from passing vehicles. Complete Story
     
Bell's Brewery Inc's Upper Hand Brewery opens in Escanaba(November 10) - Upper Hand Brewery, a division of Bell's Brewery Inc., held a grand opening today in Escanaba. The $1.3 million, 11,500-square-foot facility is located in the Delta County Airport Renaissance Zone. The brewery contains a 20-barrel brewing system that is capable of producing 200,000 gallons of beer each year. Complete Story
   
How Syracuse helped launch an Irish craft brewery and scored the U.S. debut of its beers, too(November 10) -If James Ward hadn't come to Syracuse more than a decade ago, he probably wouldn't be the owner of a new craft brewery in a remote corner of northwest Ireland. Sean Rooney, David Hoyne and Mark Young toast the new White Hag beers at Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub in Syracuse. Don Cazentre and his beers wouldn't be making their U.S. debut this week -- Syracuse Beer Week -- at Kitty Hoynes Irish Pub in Armory Square. Complete Story
 
San Diego Craft Breweries Unite - Green Flash Acquires Alpine Beer Company(November 10) - At Alpine Beer Company this morning, Green Flash founders, Mike and Lisa Hinkley and Alpine Beer Company founders, Pat and Val McIlhenney announced that their breweries will join forces, teaming up to share resources, knowledge and experience. Both the McIlhenneys and the Hinkleys view the affiliation as mutually beneficial, and are committed to supporting each other for the success of both breweries. Complete Story
 
Strict Georgia brewery regulations limit growth of craft beer culture(November 9) - Katie Beauchamp, office manager of Creature Comforts, said this is a big deal for the relatively new production brewery. “Canning is kind of going to be a game changer for us because people can buy it and take it to where they live,” she said. “This is easier than getting growlers filled up around Athens because the cans obviously keep the beer better and more carbonated for longer. Complete Story

Elitism, or something else? Millennials and the war on Big Beer(November 9) - Over the past five years, Budweiser has seen a 28 percent decrease in domestic sales volume, while Bud Light—still the most popular beer in America—has seen its sales go down 10 percent, according to Beer Marketer's Insights. Complete Story

Spellbound Brewing in Mount Holly joins ranks of craft breweries in N.J.(November 9) - From the outside, Spellbound Brewing doesn't look like it could house a fairly big tasting room and a brewery. But looks can definitely be deceiving, and at this newly opened microbrewery in Mount Holly, make sure to go inside. Complete Story

McMenamins-trained brewers are a vital part of Oregon's beer DNA: celebrate current brewers and alumni(November 9) - Among the changes at McMenamins, able brewers such as Jeff Cooley and Graham Brogan were moved into management to oversee the many McMenamins' breweries. While it's too bad not to have that pair brewing great beers at the Crystal Ballroom, the emphasis on brewery quality and consistency is paying off in great beers. Complete Story

Startup Texas Brewery, Intrisic Brewing Offers Free Beer For Life(November 8) - Intrisic Brewing is looking for investors to help build a storefront. Rather than going to the bank for a loan, owner Cary Hodson is offering free beer for life for anyone who invests $2,000 in his startup brewery. For that price, Hodson says you can make your money back in a year with just eight beers a week. Complete Story
 
Sierra Nevada's East Coast location grew from 'brewery in a box' to $100M regional destination(November 8) - It started as what Ken Grossman described as a "brewery in a box." The Sierra Nevada Brewing founder said the company was looking to build an East Coast production facility to cater to thirsts far away from its Chico  home, particularly with closer access to the thriving New York market for craft beer. But that's grown from a nondescript brewing facility located on 40 acres in the mountains of North Carolina to a 185-acre campus. Complete Story
 

44-Year-Old Mother of 6 Sets New Women's Beer Mile Record by 13 Seconds(November 8) - Chris Kimbrough, a 44-year-old mother of six, demolished the women's record on a beer mile, running it in 6 minutes, 28.6 seconds on her first-ever attempt, according to BeerMile.com. Kimbrough explained to Alison Wade of Runner's World that it wasn't the alcohol or the running that was the most difficult part but the carbonation

 
Red Shedman Farm Brewery to open its tap room in Frederick County, Maryland(November 8) - The state's newest farmhouse brewery, Red Shedman Farm Brewery & Hop Yard, is opening its tap room and brewhouse to the public. The brewery, located at 13601 Glissans Mill Road in Mount Airy, will host a grand opening  Nov. 15 featuring live music, drink specials, giveaways and food from Big Daddy's Brick Oven Pizza. Complete Story
 
Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream Partners with Entrepreneur to Host the Program's Pitch Room Wild Card Competition(November 7) - To help expand its coaching and mentoring program to more small businesses across the country, Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream announced today a partnership with Entrepreneur Media to launch the Pitch Room Wild Card Competition. Hosted by Entrepreneur.com, the virtual competition starting November 3rd will allow small business owners to submit a product sales pitch for a chance to win a $10,000 business grant and extended mentoring from Samuel Adams. Complete Story
          
 
Queens Man Runs Brewery Out of His Garage(November 7) - It's late in the evening, and Rich Castagna is just getting home from work. He spends a little time with his family before heading to the garage to work in his brewery. You heard right. He runs the Bridge and Tunnel Brewery out of his garage. Complete Story
 
Flying Bison set for grand opening of brewery Saturday in Larkinville(November 7) - Flying Bison is getting ready to blow the foam off its new brewery at 840 Seneca St. in Larkinville. The newly constructed manufacturing facility will host a grand opening celebration at noon Saturday with food trucks and live music. The party is open to the public, but normal operations will not begin until Thursday, when the microbrewery officially opens its retail store and begins filling growlers. Complete Story
 
New Glarus Brewery Is Hell Bent On Not Taking Over the World(November 7) - New Glarus Brewing Company is, in some respects, the country’s most enigmatic brewery—not because they conduct business behind some veil of secrecy or proprietary technique, but because their steadfast shunning of world domination is so out of whack with their potential to do just that. Their beers, masterminded by Diploma Master Brewer Dan Carey, are highly sought-after by collectors around the world, but are so plentiful in their native Wisconsin that you can find them on the shelf at the local supermarket. Complete Story
 
Mockery Brewing Opens Friday in River North's Burgeoning Brewery District(November 7) - neighborhood, just across from the Source market. But no, that brewery isn't Great Divide, which is building a huge complex there. Rather, it is Mockery Brewing, at 3501 Delgany Street, which will be located literally in the shadow of what will eventually be Great Divide's five-acre, $38 million production facility. Complete Story
 
10 Barrel Brewing of Bend sold to beer giant Anheuser-Busch(November 6) - On the heels of announcing the new head brewer at their still-under-construction Pearl district pub, and following big wins at the Great American Beer Festival last month, 10 Barrel Brewing is being sold to Anheuser-Busch, The New School reports, and the sale is expected to close by the end of the year. Complete Article 
 
Peanut Butter Porter: Niche beer helping raise profile of B.O.B.'s Brewery(November 6) - About four years ago, brewer John Svoboda had trouble pushing all of his Peanut Butter Porter though the taps at The B.O.B. Now, Svoboda is getting daily requests to reserve a growler of a nutty beer that’s helping raise the profile of Beer City USA’s oldest downtown brewpub. Complete Article
 
Tivoli Brewing Will Open Its Own Brewery and Taphouse Inside the Historic Tivoli Building(November 6) - In what may be one of the most perfect meetings between Denver's past and its future, the new makers of Tivoli Beer will open their own brewery, taproom and restaurant inside the historic former home of the original Tivoli Brewing Company on the Auraria Campus. Complete Article
 
New scrutiny for brewery tastings(November 5) - The public’s opportunity to raise concerns before the opening of microbreweries and associated tasting rooms has become a controversial topic this fall in San Diego. Frustrated that the state Department of Alcohol Beverage Control had been allowing microbreweries to open tasting rooms in separate locations with minimal public scrutiny, city officials decided in early September to begin requiring separate permits for each off-site tasting room a brewery opens. Complete Story
 
Georgia Craft Brewers Guild Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Fight for Legislative Change(November 5) - In an off-beat quest to upend Prohibition-era regulations that many brewers in the state decry as overly burdensome, the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild (GCBG) has launched a crowdfunding campaign in hopes of hiring a lobbyist to work on behalf of the state’s craft beer industry Complete Story
 
Harpoon Brewery taps Charlie Storey to be its new president(November 5) - Harpoon Brewery, a Boston-based beer company founded in 1986 on the Boston waterfront by Dan Kenary and Rich Doyle, said Wednesday that it has promoted Charlie Storey to the post of president. Storey joined Harpoon in 1996. His previous title was senior vice president of marketing. Complete Story
 
Grand Canyon Brewing Releases Winter Bourbon Barrel Bomber(November 5) - The holidays are near and that means it’s time for cozy fireside nights and the Grand Canyon Brewing’s Winter Bourbon Barrel Brown. Set to release in early November, this year, you’ll get a chance to discover what winter at the Grand Canyon really tastes like. Complete Story
 
Elysian Brewing – Bitfrost Returns, Space Dust IPA Goes Year Round(November 5) - A Funny Little Beer Story – Bifrost replaced our original winter ale, Valkyrie, in the seasonal rotation shortly after our dishwasher drank four pints of it, was cut off and threw a glass at the bartender. Billy was the first person we fired. In an age when winter beers were invariably dark, and often spiced, Bifrost was like a ray of strong sunshine. Complete Story
  
Bavarian Brewing building owners make case for demo(November 5) - The owners of the Bavarian Brewing Co. have made their request: They want to demolish the 19th-Century building, saying it's pointless to try to make it a 21st-Century craft brewery. Columbia Sussex in its formal request to demolish the beloved brewery building says the area is crime-ridden, the building is deteriorated and several attempts at finding a suitor have failed. Complete Story

Stallhagen brewery recreates old Belgian beer found in shipwreck(November 4) - A Finnish brewery has recreated a Belgian beer from bottles that sank 170 years ago on a merchant ship in the Baltic Sea, giving connoisseurs a chance to taste the tipple of their great-great-great-grandfathers. The brew was reproduced thanks to elaborate research by Finnish and Belgian scientists who teamed up after the wreckage was discovered off Finland's Aaland Islands in 2010. Complete Story
 
Cheers! Gulfport's first brewery, Chandeleur Brewing(November 3) - The fermenters and bright tanks have been delivered, the brewhouse is on the way, and the tap room is under construction at Gulfport's first beer brewery. Cain Roberds and his brother, Cam, grew up on South Mississippi waters, fishing on Chandeleur Island. When the duo decided to open a beer brewing business, naming it Chandeleur Brewing Co. made perfect sense. Complete Story  
                

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Orpheus cans launch, Georgia gets first packaged sour beer(November 4) - Orpheus Brewing makes Georgia beer history today, releasing the Peach State's first packaged sour beer, Atalanta. The brewery's popular tart plum Saison (CL's 2014 Best of Atlanta critics pick for Best New Beer) rolls out in aluminum cans along with Lyric Ale, a slightly hoppy, dry Saison. Both will be packaged as six packs available at area stores. Complete Story
 
Terrapin Beer Co. Releases Moo-HooChiato(November 4) - Stout Season continues at Terrapin Beer Co. with their next Reserve Series release, Moo-HooChiato Chocolate Espresso Milk Stout. Moo-HooChiato uses Terrapin's seasonal favorite Moo-Hoo as the base beer, then adds a new layer of complexity with the addition of Jittery Joe's espresso-roasted coffee beans. Jittery Joe's is a coffee roaster local to Athens, with whom Terrapin has partnered for the past ten years. Complete Story
 
Full Sail Brewing Releases “27” Wheatwine Ale for their 27th Anniversary‏(November 4) - Full Sail Brewing Company has released a special beer, “27 Wheatwine Ale,” brewed with 100% Wheat Malt to celebrate their 27th anniversary. “As a brewer that believes deeply in environmental responsibility, Full Sail made the decision several years ago to invest in a mash filter. This investment saves over a million gallons of water a year and as a brewer there is nothing more sustainable than reducing our water use impact. Complete Story
 
Odell Brewing celebrates the return of Friek(November 4) - On October 31, 2014, Odell Brewing celebrated the return of Friek, the brewery’s beloved Lambic-style ale. Part Framboise, part Kriek, Friek is brewed with Colorado grown cherries and aged in oak barrels for several months. It is then blended with fresh raspberries just prior to packaging. “The brightness hits your tongue, bursts of tart fruit, a slight funk, and acidity that develops as the glass warms,” said Nathan Borchelt in his 2013 review for Paste Magazine. Complete Story
 
Brooks on Beer: Tahoe's brewery scene(November 4) - Lake Tahoe offers so many ways to play -- but after a day spent enjoying all those outdoor amusements, you're sure to be thirsty. Luckily, several craft breweries there can wet your whistle. My favorite place is Truckee's FiftyFifty Brewing, and that's due almost entirely to brewmaster Todd Ashman. The man is legendary. He has won countless medals at the Great American Beer Festival and the World Beer Cup, and his barrel program is simply amazing. Complete Story
 

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