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Hard Seltzer is Here

DC Brau Enters the Market with Full Transparency A handful of local breweries have dabbled in the hard seltzer market, experimenting with the brewing process. There’s one on tap at Denizens right now. But no area brewery has gone all-in on this growing sector of the alcoholic beverage market — until now. Remember, there ain& ...

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Kilt Check Brewing reflects during its 3rd anniversary

Kilt Check Brewing is still plugging along after three years. This past Saturday was the third anniversary party for Kilt Check Brewing Company on 4814 Hardware Drive in Albuquerque, near San Mateo and McLeod. I wanted to specify the address because owner Mike Campbell said he still gets local people who come in and say they didn’t know t ...

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La Cumbre finds that louder is not better in another banner year

The swanky new offices in the building next door to the brewery, just in case you have ever wondered what it looks like in there. To stick with tradition, we begin our annual Look Back/Look Ahead Series with La Cumbre Brewing for 2019-20. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive review of each brewery’s 2019, while also previewing 2020, all ...

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Nine State Brewery finalizes tap list for Grand Opening

Nine State Brewery, Citrus County’s newest craft brewery, has been open for a few weeks – since their September “soft opening” for locals and passers-by to stop in and try a few offerings. The brewery’s grand opening is Saturday, November … Continue reading → The post Nine State Brewery finalizes tap l ...

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New Beer Friday 11/8/19

Before we get into New Beer Friday I have some news about one of the state's oldest adult institutions, the Cotton Bottom. If you're not aware, the Cotton Bottom is a tavern located in an area of the City of Holladay known as Knudsen's Corner (6200 s.). The tavern was originally a general store operated by the Knudsen family until 1966 wh ...

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Founders Fallout: Local Bars and Shops React to Lawsuit

Founders Brewing Co. settled a racial discrimination lawsuit with a former employee last week, but not before one Founders manager, named in the lawsuit, claimed in a leaked deposition transcript that they “didn’t really see color.” The Founders’ Director of Diversity and Inclusion then resigned via a harshly worded lett ...

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CBMTRA Part Deux: The Excising

The Brewers Association, the national trade group for craft breweries, helped pass the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA) in 2017, after ten years of effort, as part of the larger Republican tax bill. The legislation lowered the federal excise tax on the first 60,000 barrels (bbl) for breweries producing under 2,000,000 bb ...

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