Archive for September, 2010

Chimay/Schneider looking for web/social guru

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Manneken-Brussels Imports, which represents Chimay and G. Schneider & Sohn in the United States, is looking for a website developer/social media guru to join its staff on a fulltime basis. MBI is based in Austin, Texas, but the employee may work from home. The job includes full benefits. Lisa Hollingsworth, COO, says the importer wants […]

Pints for Prostates offers of special beer trip

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Pints for Prostates is partnering with for a special trip Sept. 9-19, 2011, to the Czech Republic and Germany that will benefit the Pints for Prostates campaign. The nine night trip includes brewery tours, escorted pub crawls, guided city tours, special meals and more in Prague, Bamberg and Munich. The trip will include special […]

Samuel Adams picks LongShot winners

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

Homebrewers from Georgia and Illinois were the big winners in Samuel Adams annual LongShot American Homebrew Contest – which this year focused only for beers that would be entered in Category 23 of a sanctioned homebrew competition. Georgia resident Richard Roper (right) with Friar Hop Ale and Rodney Kibzey (left) of Illinois with Blackened Hops […]

Samuel Adams offers first pumpkin beer

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Boston Beer Co. has added a pumpkin beer to its Sameul Adams “Harvest Collection,” a mixed pack of beers for the fall. The 12-pack includes two bottles each of Harvest Pumpkin Ale, Octoberfest, Boston Lager, Dunkelweizen, Irish Red and Black Lager. Harvest Pumpkin and Dunkelweizen are available only in the Harvest Collection. Samuel Adams first […]

World’s Oldest Beer Found In Shipwreck

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

CNN is reporting that the World’s ‘Oldest Beer’ Found in Shipwreck in the Baltic Sea off the coast of the Åland Islands. The Ålands are an autonomous group of nearly 6,000 islands near Finland. The cargo ship is believed to have been sailing from Denmark, most likely Copenhagen, sometime between 1800 and 1830 possibly bound […]