2nd Annual Rye Beer Fest

A newcomer to the busy Portland, Ore. beer festival scene last year, Rye Beer Fest returns during Portland Beer Week in June with more beer offerings and a new venue. The festival, presented by Taplister.com, is not just a showcase of rye beers but also a fundraiser to benefit the Children’s Cancer Association. Attendees can […]

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Happening Now: American Craft Beer Week

American Craft Beer Week, which was born from the Brewers Association’s American Beer Month, starts today and runs through Sunday, May 19th in cities across the U.S. 2007 marked the first year of American Craft Beer Week (ACBW) with 150 breweries hosting events. The event grew steadily over the next few years with 341 breweries […]

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Oakshire Brewing Unleashes The Perfect Storm

Oakshire Brewing of Eugene, OR is unleashing the The Perfect Storm Double IPA on May 1, 2013. The Perfect Storm, an annual brew for the seven year old, 15-barrel production brewery, is hopped with six different Pacific Northwest hops. The result is an assertive, hop forward beer that pairs well with savory and assertively flavored foods. According […]

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Portland Cheers to Belgian Beers Festival

Now in its seventh year, the Oregon Brewers Guild presents the Cheers to Belgian Beers beer festival April 19 and 20. The event will offer nearly 50 beers including those that have been aged, blended barrel aged and soured and be held at Metalcraft Fabrication, makers of brewing systems and fermentation tanks for brewers in […]

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Eugene Beer Week May 4 – 11

In less than a month Eugene and neighboring Springfield will celebrate their 3rd Annual Beer Week. The week starts off with a bang at the Sasquatch Brew Fest Saturday, May 4 noon – 10:30 p.m. in the Eugene Hilton & Conference Center. Tickets will be available at the door for $10 and include a commemorative […]

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New Features From March

Hello Craft Beer loving business owners, We are excited about our big release of new features we are officially releasing today. We listened to your feedback and added tools to make it easier to promote your beers on tap and analyze what beers are selling best. Rotating Screens – Can’t fit all your beers on […]

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Founders Brewing Co. Begins Canning

Founders Brewing Co. of Grand Rapids, MI is jumping on the can wagon with the release of their seasonal All Day IPA. Co-founder and CEO Mike Stevens said of the new packaging, “It means people will be able to enjoy our beer at golf courses, marinas and while hiking or camping.” The 4.7% ABV Session […]

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Homebrewing Legalized in Mississippi

One of the last holdouts, Mississippi has now come onboard as the 49th state where individuals can legally brew beer for their own consumption, according to the American Homebrewers Association (AHA). While homebrewing is federally legal the 21st Amendment left the regulation of alcohol primarily to each individual state where changes to laws leftover from […]

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Oskar Blues: Craft Brewer of the Year

Congratulations to one of our newer clients, Oskar Blues Brewery for being named as Beverage World Magazine’s 2012 Craft Brewer of the Year. Led by founder Dale Katechis and located in Longmont, CO, the brewery recently celebrated its 10th Canniversary. This newest honor comes on the heels of being named one of the three “Biggest Momentum […]

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Green Flash Announces Expansion

Green Flash Brewing Co., the San Diego, CA makers of West Coast IPA, Le Freak and Palate Wrecker among others, announced the location of their future facility on the East Coast. Virginia Beach, VA will be the home of Green Flash’s second brewery, slated to open in 2015. The 58,000 square foot facility will be […]

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