New FDA Menu Rules Could Challenge Craft Brewers
FILED NOVEMBER 26, 2014 The FDA has issued final rules "requiring that calories be listed on certain menus in chain restaurants and other places selling restaurant-type food and on certain vending machines," per agency website. Rules take effect in one year for restaurant retail types. Read More
Arizona Craft Aims to Retain Pubs as They Grow
FILED NOVEMBER 25, 2014 Lots more has rolled in on yesterday's coverage of Arizona microbrewers' fight to produce more than 40,000 barrels while maintaining their pubs. Read More
Craft Cap Showdown Brewing in Arizona
FILED NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Since 2009, Arizona has implemented its own ceiling of 40,000 barrels to define craft. Producers under this limit are allowed to self-distribute up to 3,000 barrels annually, on top of direct sales at their own restaurants. Read More
Traveler Beer to Hit Nationally Next Year
FILED NOVEMBER 21, 2014 We caught up with Alan Newman on the several balls he's juggling across the country via the Alchemy & Science portfolio. Traveler Beer Co. has some news: It'll go national around Feb. 1, utilizing Boston Beer's sales force and distributors. Read More
A New Hope for the Old Olympia Brewery
FILED NOVEMBER 20, 2014 Earlier this year we reported on the undertaking by various partners to transform the Tumwater Brewery complex into a brewing/distilling center, [see CBD 05-15-2014 ]. Recall, the complex has been inoperative for the past 11 years but it seems it may finally breathe life again now that a "potential buyer" has emerged, per report by The Olympian. Read More
Is Halloween Becoming a Craft Holiday?
FILED NOVEMBER 19, 2014 Last year, ooVoo, a social video chat provider with more than 85 million registered subscribers, asked 1,500 of their subscribers (65% of which are under 25) to name their favorite holiday. Slightly over half said Haloween -- more than any other holiday, including Christmas, by far. Read More
Port Brewing/Lost Abbey on Future Moves
FILED NOVEMBER 18, 2014 In late October, San Marcos, California's Port Brewing and the Lost Abbey announced they were moving further into Pennsylvania, having signed a deal to cover Pittsburgh with Wilson-McGinley. Read More
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