Left Hand Returning to Iowa with Johnson Brothers
FILED JULY 22, 2014 Left Hand Brewing Company has announced their return to the Iowa market in early August with Johnson Brothers of Iowa. Shmaltz and Deschutes are among the brewers that have chosen to go with the primarily wine and spirits house in the distributor's areas of operation. Read More
St-Feuillien to Brew, Bottle and Ship Green Flash Flagship Throughout Europe
FILED JULY 21, 2014 Legendary Belgian brewer St-Feuillien and San Diego-born Green Flash have struck a deal based on a handshake agreement whereby St.-Feuillien will brew, bottle and ship the U.S. craft brewery's flagship beer, West Coast IPA, for European distribution, per company announcement. Read More
Stone Announces $25 Million Brewery in Germany, Plus Crowdfunding Campaign
FILED JULY 19, 2014 Stone Brewing Co. has just announced plans "to be the first American craft brewer to own and operate a facility in Europe," per company statement. Anticipated opening is late 2015 to early 2016. Initial investment is estimated at more than $25 million. Read More
Washington D.C. Passes Pint Law
FILED JULY 18, 2014 D.C. this week passed a law that will allow local breweries to actually sell pints of their own beer in their tasting rooms between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m. Previously local production breweries were only permitted to offer free samples, up to 12 oz. per day. Read More
Boston Herald Bashes Yuengling
FILED JULY 17, 2014 Is Yuengling floundering in Boston? The Boston Herald says just that. The paper is reporting that the "novelty" is already over after hitting the town "with a bang" back in March. Read More
Kennett Square Location Makes Three for Victory
FILED JULY 16, 2014 In February we reported that Pennsylvania's Victory Brewing Co. opened their new Parkesburg location after 18 months of construction, and having just broken the 100,000 barrel mark in 2013. The expansion required a $33 million dollar loan. Read More
Off Color's John Laffler: Why Make IPA?
FILED JULY 15, 2014 Chicago Reader did an interesting if not entirely accurate interview with Goose Island guy turned "Off Color Brewing" co-founder John Laffler. He did not, as article suggests, "create" the "cult success" of Bourbon County Stout. Actually, John's a pretty young dude, and Bourbon County has been around since about 1992. John did R&D and barrel aging operations for Goose, and now he's making acclaimed brews like Troublesome at the new venture. Read More
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