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Santa Fe Brewing builds up HQ in 2019 so it can keep expanding in 2020

The reinvention of Santa Fe Brewing’s headquarters is nearly complete. Santa Fe Brewing Company had its busiest year yet. But, for a brewery known to spend a great deal of its efforts on expanding the empire outward, 2019 found New Mexico’s oldest operating brewery crafting closer to home and building upward. Not too long ago, I met ...

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Blackberry Farm Brewery and Almanac Beer Company | Meeting Place

One of the many things I love about our friends at Blackberry Farm Brewery is their willingness to create fun new things with others. This is a group of individuals who will challenge their own notions around beer as they reach out to some of the best and brightest breweries in an effort to create a joyous experience not only in the process of ...

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Beer Lover 2019

It’s holiday shopping time! If you have a craft beer lover on your list, I have a variety of awesome ideas for you. This list features gifts for all budgets: from $10 and less, up to $349. Here you’ll find beer, beer-related products, memberships, and even the gift of local spirits. Thanks for stopping by. Have fun shopping, and Hap ...

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Examining the mysterious mysteries of some forthcoming breweries

Things are getting close to opening at Alamogordo’s first brewery in a long, long time. (Photo courtesy of 575 Brewing) Greetings, all, Stoutmeister here with a random bit of randomness on a rainy, rather metal Friday afternoon. I have recently gotten some inquiries on some of the breweries now listed as having active small brewer license ...

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Thanks, Giving, Peace and Beer

He was a little guy. Three years old maybe. His father held his little sister while the three peered into the cooler at Sierra Nevada Brewing Company in Mills River, NC. While he was small, his smile was large and he patiently stood waiting for his father to make a selection. As I approached, I couldn’t help but ask him, “What shoul ...

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New Beer Friday 11/22/19

This week's new beers offer plenty of quality time. How you use it is up to you. Saltfire - Putin on the Fritz : The aroma is dark charred malt and a little bakers dark chocolate. The taste is roasty malts up front, then some dark fruits and molasses. Finishes with a good amount of   semisweet chocolate. Nice round mouthfeel with ...

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10 Beers for 10 Years: Bock to the Future with Denizens

Denizens Brewing Company will release the DCBeer.com collaboration, Bock to the Future, an American bock beer, on Wednesday, December 5, Repeal Day. American bock beer is largely extinct these days with the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, TX the best-known brewer of the style, which dates back to pre-prohibition. Keeping with the theme of making ...

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New Belgium Brewing to be acquired by Lion Little World Beverages

New Belgium Brewing to join Lion Little World Beverages • Lion Little World Beverages to acquire New Belgium Brewing, one of the leading independent craft breweries in the U.S. with a commitment to invest in innovation and capability that fuels … Continue reading → The post New Belgium Brewing to be acquired by Lion Little Wor ...

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Territorial Brewing Company Relocates Taproom

  Springfield, MI — After a year of planning to relocate their taproom, Territorial Brewing Company  has announced a date.  The new restaurant and taproom will be hosting a grand opening on Tuesday, December 17 at 1600 Avenue A,  Springfield. The building has been refurbished since taking ownership from Springbrook ...

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SAVOR Saved: The Event Returns in 2020

Take a look at the SAVOR site, and you’ll notice a date: May 15th, 2020. SAVOR is back. However, this event won’t be held at The National Building Museum. Instead, SAVOR is heading to The Wharf, inside The Anthem. This is most interesting because The Anthem has a kitchen, and food has long been an issue at SAVOR: getting it to ma ...

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