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Karl Strauss Comes Of Age With Their 21st Anniversary Ale


   
Karl Strauss Comes Of Age With Their 21st Anniversary Ale(March 30) - Karl Strauss Brewing Company is turning the big 2-1 and celebrating with an innovative beer to showcase its maturing palate. When the company first opened its doors in 1989, craft beers were the exception, not the norm. Today, tastes have evolved and beer enthusiasts now seek out bold and inventive brews.
Firestone Walker Brewing To Release Solace(March 28) - Firestone Walker Brewing Company announced the upcoming release of a seasonal beer called Solace. This is the brewery's first bottled release of a seasonal ale. 
 
Terrapin Beer and De Proef Brouwerij team up to create Monstre Rouge
(March 27) - The next beer in Lochristi, Belgium-based De Proef Brouwerij’s Brewmaster’s Collaboration Series will be an Imperial Flanders Red Ale called Monstre Rouge. The collaboration this time around was with Georgia’s own Terrapin Beer Company.
 
LSU May Get Own On-Campus Brewery
(March 27) - If the Chancellor’s plans—and yes, the Chancellor of the University is the one proposing this—then Baton Rouge on home gameday now ranks just under Carnival in Rio for pure entertainment potential, if only because the campus will now have both a brewery and a live tiger. Top that, Harvard.
 

 

 

    
'Rogue' offers pleasant taste with 'Black Lager'
(March 25) - If you didn't notice, Chatoe Rogue is simply the name of a new series of "Gro-your-own" or homegrown beers from Rogue Ales. By homegrown, I mean that the brewers at Rogue actually grew the hops (referred to as Independent and Revolution hops) and malts (known as Risk malt) themselves in their very own barley farm and hop yard.
 
Michigan's breweries hopping
(March 25) - Last year was a big one for the U.S. craft brewing industry. According to the Brewers Association, more breweries were in operation in 2009 than before Prohibition, when the manufacturing of alcoholic drinks was at a high. Michigan has a good share of that market, too. In 2008, our state's brewing industry generated nearly $5 billion. The same year, we ranked 15th in the country in the number of breweries per capita.  
 

Despite snowstorm damage, Rahr & Sons Brewing isn't losing its cool(March 24) - The damage at Rahr & Sons Brewing Co., Fort Worth's microbrewery, has turned out somewhat worse than initially thought. The bottling line was broken beyond repair, and a huge tank full of Rahr Blonde, a German-style Helles lager, was lost when the roof collapsed during the Feb. 12 snowstorm. The good news is that the cooling system has been repaired, which will keep the remaining tanks of beer safe, founding partner Fritz Rahr said.
 
Schell's announces Grain Belt Nordeast brew
(March 24) - August Schell Brewing Co. will release a new year-round flavor of Grain Belt beer that’s named for the historic Minneapolis neighborhood where Grain Belt was founded. Grain Belt Nordeast will debut April 7 at 8 a.m. at Surdyk’s Liquor Store in Northeast Minneapolis.  
 
Flying Fish Brewing embraces the Garden State
(March 24) - Arguably the state's most popular craft brewery, Flying Fish about a year ago launched its Exit Series, a limited-edition rollout of craft beers, each brewed in honor of one of the New Jersey Turnpike's 18 exits. The series apparently is proceeding at a relaxed pace and in no particular order, as Exit 4 (American Trippel, this week's review), Exit 1 (Bayshore Oyster Stout) and Exit 11 (Hoppy American Wheat) were followed by Exit 16 E/W (Wild Rice Double IPA), which debuted last week.  
 
Hidden Treasures: Boulevard Brewery tour
(March 24) - Should Kansas City ever fall victim to a natural disaster, one of the safest places you could be is in one of the tank rooms at the Boulevard Brewing Company. And it is not because Mother Nature has an affinity for Pale Ale. It's because the tank rooms were built for strength (there is a lot of valuable beer pulsing through there), enough to withstand an earthquake and a tornado at the same time. This is just one of the fun facts you learn on the tour of the Boulevard Brewery. 
 
 
   
Tallgrass Brewing Company - Emerging Business of the Year
(March 23) - The idea for Tallgrass Brewing Co. was born in early 2006 when Jeff’s wife Tricia asked him what he would do with his life if he could do anything. Without hesitation, he explained how he would do what he loved and open his own microbrewery.
 
Dogfish Head proves small business success
(March 22) - Sam Calagione, president and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales, opened the smallest commercial brewery in the U.S., and is now purposely slowing down the growth of his company. "We are trying to bring our story back inside the bottle," Calagione said. Complete Story
 
American Craft Beer Fest - Tickets are on-sale now!
(March 22) - Join BeerAdvocate & Harpoon Brewery for the 3rd annual American Craft Beer Fest featuring over 325 craft beers from over 80 American brewers. Held at the Seaport World Trader Center Boston, ACBF is the largest celebration of American craft beer on the east coast. June 18-19.

Gordon Biersch Debuts Maibock
(March 21) - Gordon Biersch Brewing released the first brew of the seasonal "Maibock" beer. Literally translated from German, Maibock means "the beer of May," and is one of Gordon Biersch's four seasonal brews. The beer achieves a richy, malty flavor from dark-roasted caramel malt, and was originally brewed in Einbeck, Germany during the 14th century.
 
Michelob Brewing Unveils Ginger Wheat as Part of New Wheat Sampler Pack(March 19) - Building from last year’s success, Michelob Brewing Co. returns with a sampler pack featuring four refreshing wheat beers for the spring and summer seasons. Michelob Ginger Wheat is the newest beer in the brewer’s growing collection of styles and is available exclusively in the seasonal sampler pack.
 
Support your local Brewery - United States HB 4278 -
For small brewers brewing less than 6 million barrels annually, this legislation would cut the small brewer tax rate in half, to $3.50/barrel on the first 60,000 barrels, and reduce the upper tax rate from $18/barrel to $16/barrel on beer production above 60,000 barrels up to 2 million barrels.
 
Anderson Valley Brewing Company sold after 22 years
(March18) - The North Bay Business Journal broke the news today that the Anderson Valley Brewing Company, now in its 23rd year, was sold to HMB Holdings, LLC. A year ago I interviewed AVBC founder Ken Allen regarding family-owned breweries and he revealed he was already in discussions to unload his brewery.
  
     
Harbor Brewing Company, Inc. Hires Design-Build Firm for Proposed New Brewery
(March 18) - Harbor Brewing announced that it has executed an agreement with Bread Loaf) for the design and construction of its proposed new brewery. The agreement calls for the Vermont-based firm to assist the Company throughout each phase of the process including planning, design, preconstruction and construction.  


Sam Adams workshop has tips for small businesses
(March 16) - The Boston Beer Company founder Jim Koch launched the program two years ago to assist low and moderate income micro-entrepreneurs in the food and beverage industry to provide the tools they need to help them grow and succeed.  
 
Sweetwater Brewing Company presents "Brew Your Cask Off" Cask Ale Festival
(March 15) - Celebrate cask ale at its finest with Sweetwater Brewing Company’s “Brew Your Cask Off” Cask Ale Festival! Putting an intriguing spin on standard cask ale festivals, Sweetwater Brewery invited 75+ special guest brewers, including local celebrities, home brewers, retailers and charities to create their own one-of-a-kind cask for festival attendees to sample and judge on Saturday, March 20 from 6 to 10 p.m.  

New Belgium Brewery specializes in suds and cycling
(March 15) - In the bottling room of the New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado, two employees whiz by on a tandem bike, waving to the group of tourists gawking from above. "It's just beer, so we can't take it too seriously," shrugs tour guide Seth Jankowski, aptly clad in a backwards ball cap and oversized glasses.  

Free The Hops Sponsors Suds of the South Beerfest
(March 15) - Saturday you can sip a few of the finer beers in life, and support regional brewers including Lazy Magnolia Brewing, Terrapin Beer, Sweetwater Brewery and more.
 





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