For the first time in its six year history, American Craft Beer Week will see official events hosted in all 50 states, making it the largest-ever celebration of U.S. craft brewers. From May 16-22, new beer lovers and seasoned enthusiasts will raise glasses of their favorite IPA, amber, stout—or anything in-between—to honor the more than 1,700 small and independent craft brewers responsible for the vibrant American craft beer scene.
there is no better way to learn about brewing beer then to brew beer with people that know how to brew. every brewer that we know is more than happy to have you come over to watch, stir the mash, clean the kettle or man the grill. be sure to bring your favorite craft beer to share because a brew day is a long day.
A memorial for the beer community is scheduled for this Sunday, March 1, at 1:00 p.m. at the Trappist in Oakland, specifically at at 460 8th Street in Oakland, near the 12th Street BART station.
Everyone is posting or twittering about Bill Brand the beer writer from the Oakland Tribune. He didn’t make it….
The Chicago Tribune reports that The president, knowing the importance of presidential beer liking, wisely replied that he’s “always up for a beer.” and why wouldn’t he be is the […]
I didn’t know there was a difference until I read this article in the NY Times. Evidently the “e” or lack of “e” before the “y” defines where on the […]
Anheuser-Busch Cos Inc accepted a sweetened $52 billion takeover bid from Belgium-based InBev NV NV, creating the world’s largest beer maker and placing an iconic U.S. company into foreign hands. […]
first run of beer made by the 21st Amendment. it’s kinda stunning to see. evidently ShaunO took down his video.
While it looks like a big win, there is actually some bad news here. That is brewpubs and micros closing for whatever reason. Comparing 2007 with 2006 there were 12 […]