Our Holiday Bash party is TOMORROW starting at 1pm! Don’t forget to wear your ugliest Christmas sweater and enter the contest at 4pm for a chance to win prizes.
From 1-7pm, you can also enjoy a bounce house, face painting, yard games, s’mores, live music, photos with Santa, and MORE 🎅🏼
Guests 21 and older can enjoy a pint of Holiday Bash Spiced Winter Warmer before it’s gone!
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From: KLEW TV CBS
FRYEBURG, Manie (WGME) — Beer that was fermented inside an award-winning giant pumpkin will be available for tasting at a brewing company in Maine for one day only.
Saco River Brewing, which is located in Fryeburg, said “P-Funk” will be available for a tasting on Saturday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
P-Funk is an amber ale that was fermented inside Charlie Lopresti’s 2,080-pound pumpkin. Lopresti is the chief meteorologist at WGME.
Read the rest here
Developmental Pathways Hosts Event at Brewability and Partners with Community Advocates to Encourage People with Disabilities to Vote
The nonprofit will host a premiere party for “My Vote Matters” music video at the Englewood-based brewery on Sept. 15 to drive voter registration and education.
Since its inception in 2016, Brewability has been serving up inclusivity alongside beer and pizza. Founded by a former special education teacher, Brewability is a brewery and pizzeria staffed primarily by people with developmental disabilities. Located in Englewood, Colorado, this establishment is where good food, good drinks, and good times are accessible to everyone. From hand-crafted brews to a bone-conduction, vibrational dance floor, Brewability is on the forefront of fun and inclusivity.
Find more information about the event and Brewability here
Live Podcast at Chuckanut Brewery with John Holl
Well known craft beer cookbook author and podcaster John Holl will be recording a live podcast at Chuckanut Brewery’s South Nut Tap Room on September 10, Saturday at 5 pm. The podcast will be recorded in front of a live audience in the tap room and feature all kinds of topics between two Port of Skagit breweries. South Nut Tap Room is located across the road from the Port of Skagit Airport in Burlington, WA. John has been covering the beer industry as a reporter, writer and editor for nearly 20 years. Currently he is the editor of All About Beer and the on-air host for Drink Beer Think Beer podcasts.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 10, 2022
CNN – Watch the video: https://www.cnn.com/videos/travel/2022/08/08/raleigh-beer-garden-north-carolina-world-record-orig.cnn/video/playlists/atv-trending-videos/
Where you can drink some of the rarest beers in the world
The Raleigh Beer Garden in North Carolina holds the world record for most beers on tap and can serve you beers you can’t find anywhere else in the country.
By JONATHAN SHIKES
Big Beer and small breweries have done their fair share of bickering over the years, on everything from tax breaks and supply-chain power to honesty in marketing, the meaning of independence and, yes, even pumpkin peach ales. There has been name-calling, along with lawsuits, temper tantrums and outright trolling.
Read the rest and enjoy a good laugh at Westword
The craft brewery industry in the Des Moines area just keeps growing. Now 21 breweries call the region home.
In 1996, Court Avenue Brewing Co. opened its doors and remains the oldest in the metro area. Confluence and Exile celebrate a decade in business in 2022, and others such as 515 Brewing and Fox Brewing have stuck around. Just in the past two years, newcomers such as Lua, Kinship and 1717 opened to expand the craft brewery footprint in central Iowa.
The region’s not done with breweries quite yet. The newest trend brings established breweries such as Toppling Goliath, Big Grove, SingleSpeed and Backpocket to the area with taprooms opening in the next year.
Here’s a guide to the Des Moines-area producers making their mark on the local beer scene, pulling pints and filling growlers for those ready to move past domestic liter lagers. Bonus: We included the bike trails nearest them.
Find it all here on the The Des Moines Register
With the global beer market valued at over $623 billion dollars worldwide, it’s no wonder that beer is something of a universal language, unifying drinkers across oceans. With such international interest, it’s not surprising, then, that news outlets rush annually to aggregate the most popular brews from all corners of the globe.
Check it out on Vinepair
10th Cider Summit Portland returns June 10 & 11
Oregon’s largest cider tasting festival returns to celebrate in-person
Cider Summit Portland, the area’s largest cider tasting festival, will be held in Portland June 10 and Jun 11 at The Fields Park, 1099 NW Overton St. in Portland’s Pearl District.
This year, Cider Summit returns to an in-person celebration in Portland after two years of virtual events. Attendees will enjoy a tasting selection of 150+ hard ciders from the industry’s leading cidermakers, many of whom will be on hand to guide guests through the available lineup.
Get the details here!
Georgia Craft Brewers Guild and Atlanta Beer Festivals present Georgia Craft Brewers Festival
Atlantic Station Event Space – Atlanta, GA
Friday, April 1 (VIP Preview)
Saturday, April 2, 2022, 1pm-5pm
Featuring 60+ member breweries of the Georgia Brewers Guild and great collaboration beers.
250+ total beers, an expected 25+ special collaboration beers brewed exclusively for this festival.
Live music, great food and more.
Buy tickets to attend here
Largest beer spa in the world to open in Canada…yes, Canada.
The world’s biggest beer spa, based in Ontario, where you can drink cool beer while lounging in the pool, is set to open in the spring.
The Muskoka Beer Spa, part of Clear Lake Brewing Co, opening on April 7, 2022, which states on its website that it will be the biggest beer spa in the world, will feature an outdoor pool, two large hot tubs, dump buckets, a music stage, an ice rink and four saunas.
Read more in The Drinks Business…
Support The Most Badass Women In the Beer Industry
BRICK SOUTH THOMPSON’S POINT / PORTLAND, MAINE
SATURDAY, APRIL 9TH 2022
In 2018, Grace Weitz conceptualized the first Beers With(out) Beards as part of her graduate school thesis capstone project at NYU. Over the past four years, this celebration of women in beer has grown to attract thousands of attendees and showcase over sixty women-led breweries. Additionally, the fest has featured over thirty-five events highlighting the achievements of women across all aspects of the alcoholic beverage industries. Grace started BW(O)B to create a space where everyone felt welcome to show up, taste amazing beers, and cultivate conversations around how to break through barriers. And now more than ever, we need Beers With(out) Beards.
The fifth annual Beers With(out) Beards takes pride in representing women and femme-identifying folks in the beer industry. And this year, we feel especially empowered by those who have also had the courage to speak up about the importance of equity and inclusion in craft beer. Together, everyone’s voice is stronger.
Join us on Saturday, April 9th, 2022 at Brick South in Portland, ME to celebrate the achievements of women in craft beer. All are welcome at the festival, and you’ll be able to enjoy beer from thirty-five-plus breweries that are either women-owned or owned by femme-identifying people, or that have women or femme-identifiying people in prominent leadership positions.
JACK DANIEL’S TO LIGHT HOLIDAY BARREL TREE AT THE FORUM IN SUPPORT OF MILITARY FAMILIES
Top Barrel of the Display Will Be Auctioned to Help
Send Military Home for the Holidays
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
4:30 – 5:30PM – Ceremony
3900 W Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90305
The tree lighting ceremony is open to the public and will take place at the Southwest Triangle in the Forum’s parking lot, which faces the corner of Prairie Ave. and Pincay Dr.
B-roll will be available immediately after the lighting.
Los Angeles will get a taste of a special Jack Daniel Distillery holiday tradition when the Tennessee whiskey maker debuts a seven-tier barrel tree on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, at the Forum as part of its “Operation Ride Home” program, which has helped junior-enlisted service members and their families travel home for the holidays since 2011. Representatives from the Forum and Jack Daniel’s, including Colin Coleman, Jack Daniel’s Brand Ambassador, will be on hand to help illuminate the tree during a special lighting ceremony that is open to the community and will feature DJ Hemingway and themed cocktails for guests.
* You must be 21 years or older and legal residents of the United States who live within 100 miles of the zip code 90305 to enter this sweep. For terms and conditions and contest rules, please visit thelaforum.com/jdbarreltree
Canada’s Corey Bellemore breaks world beer mile record
The Beer Mile World Classic took place Saturday in Manchester, England, and Canada’s Corey Bellemore took home his third world title in a new world-record time of 4:28.1, making him the first person to ever complete the grueling event in under 4:30.
Read More in Canadian Running Magazine
Church sparks outrage after hosting beer festival in graveyard
A vicar in County Durham was forced to defend the decision to host a four-day beer festival in his church’s graveyard after images of revelers leaning on headstones and using graves as tables sparked outrage.
Read More Here: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/grave-beer-festival-scli-intl-gbr/index.html