BARTRENDr, a social networking app dedicated to equipping bar-goers with all theresources necessary for an entertaining night out, will now be providing users with annual reports, highlighted by their individual drinking patterns. Each report will include number of drinks consumed, brands advocated, frequently visited bars, and time stamped consumption [Read more…]
On a trip to Germany this spring, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. finalized its inaugural partner, Augsburg’s Brauhaus Riegele, for a brand new Oktoberfest beer. Released each fall starting in 2015, the collaborative seasonal will feature a different German brewery every year. The partnership blends centuries of brewing tradition with modern spirit, giving craft drinkers the ultimate Oktoberfest, a Bavarian festival beer unlike any they’ve experienced in [Read more…]
Flying Saucer, one of the nation’s top spots for craft beer, is holding its annual 2016 BeerKnurd Calendar Photo Contest and is accepting entries right now, all the way through July 31, 2015.
To enter into the 2016 BeerKnurd Calendar Photo Contest, you first must be a member of the Flying Saucer [Read more…]
According to a new proposed law, the definition of a craft brewery might change in ways not thought possible and large craft breweries like Boston Beer may lose their craft beer status.
A couple of weeks ago, Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, introduced new legislation aimed at craft beer, taxes, and regulatory reform. Dubbed the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (S. 1562), it includes several key tax provisions that will change craft beer in important ways, all determined by brewery production: [Read more…]
Toasting success has become something of a regular tradition for the members of the Arizona Craft Brewers Guild in recent months, and they’re clinking glasses once again thanks to being given the “Best Grassroots Campaign” nod by the Arizona Capitol Times.
Awarded as a result of the Guild’s work to pass SB1030, also known as “The Arizona Beer Bill,” the win comes only a few weeks before the new legislation is set to take effect [Read more…]