Green Flash Makes Push for Chain With National 6-Packs, Appoints COO
FILED SEPTEMBER 2, 2015 Green Flash, one of craft's "it" brands that has grown to national distribution, might be the largest brewer not in a six-pack format. Until now. Read More
Coronado Building out to 65,000 Barrels
FILED SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 San Diego-area Coronado Brewing Co. is making moves: the brewery will expand capacity to 65,000 barrels via a multi-million dollar renovation plan that includes the recent addition of four 240-barrel fermenters at the end of August. They've also recently secured an adjacent building at their San Diego brewery location, which they'll use for dry storage and office space starting in September. The future use of the building is still open to a variety of options, one being a new brew house. Read More
All About Fast-Growing Seattle Cider Company
FILED AUGUST 31, 2015 You may have heard of Seattle Cider Company for its blockbuster traction in its home market, where it is second only to Angry Orchard. They should get to 10,000 CEs just in Seattle alone this month with Columbia Distributing. That puts them ahead of predecessors like Ace in the market. Read More
Ninkasi to Hit New York with Sheehan
FILED AUGUST 28, 2015 Ninkasi will hit New York late next month with Sheehan Family Companies, the brewer announced on its website yesterday. Read More
Goose Island Four Star Pils Hits Midwest Next Month
FILED AUGUST 27, 2015 Following up Goose IPA's recent run in IRI, Goose brass is announcing they'll debut a new brand in the Midwest next month: Four Star Pils. It will start in draft and likely move to package in a national footprint next year, if things progress well. Read More
Hot Brewery Spotlight: Wiseacre, The "Tiny Bomb" Brewery
FILED AUGUST 26, 2015 Wiseacre Brewing Co. may be only two years old but we've been hearing a lot of chatter in the industry pointing to the Memphis brewery as one to watch. The company did about 3,400 barrels in their first year and nearly tripled that in their second year with 9,000 barrels. They're on track to hit around 11,000 barrels this year and just finished up a buildout this past month that will take them to 14,000 barrels annually. Read More
Founders Divulge They're No Longer Considered "Craft"
FILED AUGUST 25, 2015 Chicago's Strange Brew Podcast sat down with Founders Brewing Co. this past weekend and the conversation that followed has attracted a lot of attention on the interwebs. Co-founder David Engbers and brewmaster Jeremy Kosmicki represented the brewery on the podcast. The two touched on a wide variety of topics, but the discussion that launched Reddit into a frenzy started with their 30% stake sale to Spain's Mahou San Miguel. Read More
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