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New Beer Friday 9/6/19

Hoppers - Bungalow Kölsch : Missed this one. Look for toasty and fruity malts with a good dose noble hops. 4.0% - Available at Hoppers. Heber Valley- Blackberry Saison : Missed this one too. Look for wheaty and spicy yeast base with blackberry accents. 4.0% - Available at Heber Valley. Hopkins/Wasatch - Locals Only : This ...

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10 Legendary Events of DC Beer Weeks Past (and Present)

Somehow we’re already into September, which means DC Beer Week is upon us for the 11th time. The event calendar is super full this year and largely populated with events from local breweries showing off their finest brews and most fun ideas. Be sure to check out DCBeer’s excellent coverage of these events and the week itself; per us ...

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Nearly 101 Michigan Breweries Headed to the U.P. for Fall Beer Festival

LANSING, Mich – A record 101 Michigan breweries  are headed to downtown Marquette on Saturday, September 7 for the Michigan Brewers Guild’s 11th Annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival. The event takes place along the shores of Lake Superior in Mattson Lower Harbor Park. The beer list is still in the works and will be posted o ...

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An ode to the season of the wet hop beers in New Mexico

Life is better when you can get wet hop beers to go, like this here Fresh Hop Eliot IPA, available for a limited time at Ex Novo! The other day a series of videos were posted by the folks at Bathtub Row Brewing in Los Alamos that showed the harvesting of the fresh, wet hops for their Ancones Wet Hop IPA. That was followed by Wednesday’s s ...

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The DC Total Tap Takeover: 55 exciting local craft beers in one place!

Churchkey holds its 5th DC Total Tap Takeover for DC Beer Week One of the highlights of DC Beer Week is walking into Churchkey during their Washington, DC Total Tap Takeover. Fifty drafts and five cask lines, all pouring beer made in DC, which is something that wasn’t possible until a few years ago. This year marks the fifth anniversar ...

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The 19th Annual Epicurean Palette at Grounds For Sculpture

Hamilton: The 19th Annual Epicurean Palette is happening at Grounds For Sculpture Adrianne from Grounds For Sculpture said on Sunday, September 22 from 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm Grounds For Sculpture invites you to participate in the 19th Annual Epicurean Palette on Sunday, September 22, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm throughout our beautifully landsc ...

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DC Beer Week & the Heurich House Museum Want to get you Educated

Heurich House Museum leads the DC Beer Week education calendar As you might suspect and may have heard, DC Beer Week runs from September 8-15, celebrates our local craft beer scene, and is all about drinking high-quality beer from the best local, regional, and national producers. Mostly. Thanks to the DC Brewers’ Guild and the Heuri ...

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More information about Motorworks Brewing’s Orlando location

When we read yesterday that Bradenton’s Motorworks Brewing Company had plans to move into the former Orange County Brewers location in downtown Orlando, we reached out to Motorworks Brewing’s Director of Sales & Marketing Barry Elwonger for more information about … Continue reading → The post More information about ...

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The Week Ahead in Beer: Steel Bender is everywhere across the deserts bare

Greetings, New Mexico craft beer lovers. Stoutmeister here with The Week Ahead in Beer. This column covers all the breweries in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties, with Santa Fe’s seven breweries, one in Los Alamos, one in Moriarty, one in Red River, one in Silver City, and one in Truth or Consequences also joining the party. Stoutmeister p ...

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