Stout Month Begins at Fort George

Winter is upon us and stouts abound, particularly at Fort George Brewery in Astoria, OR. They are celebrating stouts for the entire month of February with 14 stouts including Coffee Girl Stout, Murky Pearl, Bourbon BBL Cavatica Stout and more. Their Brewery + Public House as well as the Lovell Taproom will have the stouts […]

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KegReturn.com Rolls Out

This week the Brewers Association, BA, unveiled KegReturn.com in an effort to help lost kegs make it back to their brewery owners (kegs are always the property of the brewery purchasing and filling them). Unlike dogs and cats, kegs, while often printed with distinctive markings, aren’t microchipped, and may disappear due to accidental mishandling or intentional […]

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Hopslam Releases Start Today

Winter in the Midwest can be cold to the point where the idea of hibernating in one’s home for a few months starts to sound like a decent plan. Throwing a wrench in that plan is to have something wonderful to look forward to, something to help pass the cold days until spring arrives. Enter […]

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New Tools For Case/Keg Customers

Today we’re announcing some new & exciting features available to Case & Keg package customers: Multiple venue management – Case & Keg customers who have multiple locations are now able to manage each location from a single sign on.  This option is easy to access via the Bar Admin page as a dropdown window.  Just […]

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Polar Beer Festival 2013

It’s not about stripping down to your skivvies and jumping in a body of freezing cold water. Rather bundle up and enjoy 25+ strong winter ales at this 3rd annual festival at Rock Bottom Chicago. While it is an outdoor event there will be a warming room available if the beers don’t do a sufficient job of warming […]

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Dawg Grog

  Dog is man’s best friend and such an esteemed status implies certain privileges. Besides, most dogs will instinctively turn on the “puppy dog eyes” when they want what their human has, especially when it comes to food. Much of what people consume is edible for dogs but there are some things, like onions, chocolate […]

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Lompoc Baseball IPA Series Movie Night

Baseball in January? Absolutely! Lompoc Brewing has come up with just the thing for baseball lovers to help make it through the bleak, cold days until spring training. They’ve brewed four Baseball IPA Series beers and will be showing the classic baseball movie Bull Durham at Sidebar. Taste and compare Yankee Clipper, Stargell Stars, Roar […]

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Schells 2013 Bock Fest

August Schell Brewing Company is the second oldest family owned brewery in the United States. Every February they throw open the doors and allow multitudes of thirsty beer drinkers to descend on the New Ulm, Minnesota brewery grounds for Bock Fest. Many of the attendees for this outdoor festival are from the area surrounding the […]

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The Best Things I Drank in 2012

A new year often brings reflection on the previous year. Reflecting on my past year of beer I find that my favorite styles were Imperial IPAs and Sour/Wild/Lambic ales. Having been a hop head for some time, Imperial IPAs are a no brainer. Some hops are good, more hops are better and with the right […]

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New Years Day Recovery Brunch at Lardo East

  Lardo East in Portland, along with our friends at The New School blog, are hosting a New Years Day Recovery Brunch, on of all things January 1st, 2013.  This event is also serving as New School’s 3rd Anniversary event.  Josh pFriem, from pFriem Family Brewers in Hood River, OR will be there along with […]

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