Monthly Archives: February 2012

Check out Anchor’s New Site! The Beer that Started the Craft Brew Movement!

  Anchor Brewing Founded in San Francisco 115 years ago, Anchor Brewing inspired what is now known as the craft brewing industry (without which beer drinkers might be drinking less-than-appetizing brews). Combining rich history and traditional process with some state … Continue reading

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Homebrewing combined with Foodservice, Pretty Cool way to reach a Large Audience!!

Get Brewing Palmer Place hosts home brewing demonstration.       Mike Quinlan, Jim and Krissy Dziewior relax after a long day, ready for the weekend. Photos But, not just any beer: a beer of your own making. Maybe one … Continue reading

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A Look at the Arizona Craft Beer Picture, Nice!

Local brewing industry gaining popularity   Beer Week’s spokeswoman Tiffany Jarrat said Arizona craft beer’s popularity is growing and event attendance and beer sales are up from Arizona’s first Beer Week. With an increase of local brewers, labels and festivals, … Continue reading

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Barbara Groom & Wendy Pound — Lady Brewers

Lost Coast Brewery is a rare instance of a female-owned microbrewery breaking into the male dominated microbrew world. Groom, a pharmacist, and Pound, a family counselor, began experimenting with the idea of starting their own pub in 1986. Following years … Continue reading

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Congrats to the 2011 Sam Adam’s Longshot winners!!

Cheers, home-brewers Contest puts winners’ beers on store shelves, names on drinkers’ lips. Best in show: The contest, which Samuel Adams launched in 1995 then reintroduced in 2006, aims to shine a light on the talents of home-brewers. (Bill Hogan/Chicago … Continue reading

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Distillation, I think we will be seeing more of this from Craft Brewing.

Longmont-based Oskar Blues going back home to launch new distillery   Oskar Blues Brewery runs its new canning line Friday at its production facility at 1800 Pike Road in Longmont. The new equipment has doubled the production capacity of its … Continue reading

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Sour Beers, The Next “Beer Hot Topic”

Craft brewer with a cult following “I’m a bug collector,” Terry Hawbaker says, referring to the wild yeasts and bacteria swarming in the two oak barrels in his Alexandria storefront. At 39, with a divot in his forehead from a … Continue reading

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Let that beer rest!

Nov. 20 we brewed Northern brewers”Fixed gear American Red Ale”. We bottled it Dec 10. A week later we anxiously opened one. It was good, but tasted too young. We let it alone a couple more weeks, it had improved … Continue reading

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It doesn’t get much cooler, a craft brewery in the old Schlitz Horse Stable? How Awesome is the Beer Vibe in that Building??

Argus Brewery Returns Craft Of Beer To Pullman (Credit: Argus Brewery) — The Argus Brewing Company has brought the craft of beer production back to Pullman, inside the former Schlitz Brewery horse stable. “The building has got a spirit, and it’s … Continue reading

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More Evidence on the Growth of HomeBrewing!!

  Pete Fischer, owner of Tru-Arc Welding in Salisbury, unpacks one of the home brew kits he sells at the Northwood Drive location. /  — It’s up to you whether to try for a dark smoky porter, crisp hoppy India … Continue reading

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NJ Homebrewing Event for Charity next Saturday!!

Hoboken Volunteers prepare for third-annual Chili Cook-Off and Homebrewing Contest   Carlo’s City Hall Bakery – the pastry shop featured on the TLC hit show “Cake Boss” – baked a cake for a chili cook-off at The Shannon in Hoboken … Continue reading

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Austin Homebrew “Firestone Walker Pale 31”

In the glass on the left is our Austin Homebrew Supply, “Firestone Walker Pale 31” that we just bottled today. The glass on the right is a purchased Firestone Walker Pale 31. Pretty close in color, ours obviously needs to … Continue reading

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New Jersey Craft Beer = Jobs, Tax Revenue, Tourism $, Community Involvement, Everyone Wins!!

Brewing up a comeback Vineland, Cape May among the locales seeking to satisfy cravings for craft beer Becky Pedersen and Ben Battiata hope to start distributing their beer at local businesses by the end of March. Their business, Turtle Stone … Continue reading

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Muskegon, Mi. on the Board with Locally Brewed Beer! Well Done!

Muskegon trying to get things brewing with beer-based businesses. MUSKEGON – The brewing business is hot in Muskegon. At least there seems to be plenty of activity planning and preparing for an expected onslaught of beer-based businesses. Unruly Brewing Company … Continue reading

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Let’s support the Wisconsin Legislature in this law allowing transport of Homebrew!!

GREEN BAY – A controversial bill is brewing in the Wisconsin State Legislature. It has to do with people who make their own beer and wine at home, and whether they should be able to transport it legally. Having a … Continue reading

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