• California's Three Weavers Brewing Company Go the Distance for New Collaboration

    Posted in News on Feb 04, 2019

    Three Weavers is teaming up with Japan's COEDO Brewery to bring us "Something bright and tropical" with the release of their Komorebi IPA. Komorebi in Japan meaning, “the feeling you get when you see light filtering through leaves,”. Make sure to check out this Japanese take on west coast IPA at Three Weavers Brewing Company on February 27, 2019.

  • Aprons Cooking School Gets Craft Beer "Rock Star" for Pairing

    Posted in News on Feb 04, 2019

    The Harvard graduate and founder of Sam Adams, the one and only Jim Koch, was a guest host at a pairing event at Aprons Cooking School in Lakeland, FL. He spoke about the history of beer, nutritional benefits and even how America's Government is setup to support big beer or small breweries. What better way to learn about our favorite kind of history than to drink craft beer and eat gourmet food while the Master himself drops some knowledge. ALL BEER MATTERS!!!!

  • Breweries Take Hits Even After Shutdown Ends

    Posted in News on Feb 04, 2019

    Postponing beer releases is one thing, but slow moving regulations are causing brewers to lose revenue by preventing their distribution to entire states. These are beers that people want and purchases that provide tax money to our government. At the end of the day, release setbacks and red tape could be fatal for small breweries. LETS JUST HAVE A DRINK AND SETTLE THIS SHIT!!!

  • New Riff Distilling Spreads the Love

    Posted in News on Jan 26, 2019

    New Riff Distilling of Northern Kentucky puts a modern take on old school bourbon. The recently opened distillery donated empty barrels that previously housed delcious bourbons to 34 brewers across the state to make many different barrel-aged brews. This was part of Kentucky Guild of Brewers’ Kentucky Craft Bash. This brings southern hospitality to a new level.

  • Ballast Point Opens Disney Brewery

    Posted in News on Jan 26, 2019

    In January, Ballast Point opened Downtown Disney District's first ever brewery. Described as a family spot for adults in Anaheim offering 50 styles of the popular craft beer brand. Cheers to family fun and drinking. Everybody wins!!!

  • Hopwell Brewing Bring First 8oz Craft Can To Chicago

    Posted in News on Jan 15, 2019

    Hopwell Brewing had a cute little surprise for the New Year. They released the first 8oz craft beer can to Chicagoland on Tuesday. lil buddy is a cute little beer with a respectable 4.7 percent alcohol. The small beer is anything but intimidating and only comes in 4-packs. Everyone needs a lil buddy!!!

  • Lagunitas Has an IPA Under 100 Calories

    Posted in News on Jan 15, 2019

    Even Craft Beer Lovers have to occasionally consider what overindulging in the golden goodness can do to your waisteline. Many brewers are attempting to create healthier options for those that love beer, but also enjoy focusing on their health. Lagunitas appears to be in the lead with their Daytime IPA. Described as a fractional IPA, Daytime IPA has as much flavor as it's standard IPA counterpart and only has 98 calories. What kind of witch-CRAFT are the guys at Lagunitas? Cheers to being drunk and healthy!!!

  • Braxton Brewing Expansion Should Excite Covington

    Posted in News on Jan 15, 2019

    Braxton Brewing, award winning brewery in Covington, KY, just announced a $5 million expansion that will include not only a new canning line, but a badass roof-top bar as well. The roof-top bar should excite loyal Braxton fans as well as beer enthusiast from all areas and should also stir up friendly competition with the Beer Slingers across the river.

  • Government Shutdown Hits Us Where it Hurts

    Posted in News on Jan 07, 2019

    Alright Trump, politician paychecks are one thing, now you are messing with our beer. The governing body for craft beer is The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau and they are closed because of the government shutdown. This group regulates the development and licensing of new beers. If your favorite brewery didn't already get their labels or licenses for new beers, they will have to wait until the government shutdown is over.

  • Resilience IPA Goes Above and Beyond Expectations

    Posted in News on Jan 07, 2019

    When "Camp Fire" devastation neared the California Hills, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. responded the only way the knew how. They created Resilience IPA with 100% of proceeds dontated to the cause and offered the recipe to any brewery that would join relief efforts. The highest estimatation was that 500 breweries would partake, but so far 1,500 breweries have joined together to produce a $10-15 million relief fund. Who said beer can't save the world? Cheers to the breweries who stood up!!!