Topics :: craft beer
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By Melinda Deslatte | Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
Hoist a mug in celebration of Louisiana’s brews. That’s the latest tourist attraction that Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne is celebrating, introducing the Louisiana Craft Brewery Trail to tout locally-made beers.
By Michael Felberbaum | Saturday Jul 6, 2013
Canned beer is making a comeback thanks to craft brewers who are reinventing a classic design.
By Brendan Farrington | Wednesday Apr 10, 2013
Florida is growling over growlers, 64-ounce beer containers that are preferred by beer enthusiasts but currently banned in the state. Distributors are battling economic developers whether to legalize the the size.
By MEGHAN BARR | Sunday Jun 10, 2012
Beer was hip in New York long before hipsters were into craft brews, according to a new exhibit at the New-York Historical Society that traces the history of beer all the way back to drunken Colonial times.
Wednesday Mar 21, 2012
The lager is named after the legendary lava rock formation on Ka’anapali Beach which Hawaiians believe is one of three `uhane lele, a place where souls of the dead leap from earth into their ancestral spirit land.
Wednesday Feb 15, 2012
Starbucks Corp., the company that proved there’s no such thing as paying too much for a cup of coffee, is expanding its experiment with two other elixirs that Americans love, wine and beer.
By EMILY FREDRIX | Tuesday Sep 13, 2011
Fortunately for those whose budgets and schedules preclude the trip, there is plenty to do - and drink - in the U.S. during the fall beer festival season. Think of it as Oktoberfest in America.
By DAVID DISHNEAU, | Sunday Aug 7, 2011
After years of shipping beer farther and farther away, many small brewers are now shrinking distribution to sell beer more profitably at home. The strategy reflects the nation’s growing thirst for boutique beers from independent breweries.
Sunday Jul 17, 2011
All proceeds (minimum $50,000) will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society. "We hope that Japan and its people will bounce back from the tsunami tragedy stronger than ever!" exclaims Ishii.
Monday May 25, 2009
Boston-area native Nico Freccia is returning to his home state, and he’s bringing beer. Craft beer in a can, that is. The co-founder of San Francisco’s 21st Amendment Brewery is now setting his sights on Massachusetts craft beer fans, saying of his brewery "We drink what we can; we can what we drink."
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