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Iconic Australian Craft Brewery Little Creatures to Open in San Francisco

Australian craft brewery Little Creatures announced that it will open the doors to its highly anticipated microbrewery and restaurant in San Francisco during the summer of 2019. The new venue will showcase Little Creatures’ beers, complemented by an all-day menu featuring local seasonal ingredients including shared bites, artisan pizzas, and brunch on the weekends.

Mexican-Style Lager: The Beer Everyone Wants Right Now

Enjoyed for its light, drinkable style that pairs well with the spirited flavors of Mexican cuisine, the Mexican-style lager is seeing an increase in the U.S., both in imports from Mexico and as offerings from more American craft breweries producing their own iterations.

Thirsty Lion Plans East Coast Takeover

Gastropub is a word thrown around a lot in the restaurant industry. One quick Google search returns north of 41 million results. Before opening Thirsty Lion, founder and chief executive officer, John Plew, wanted to make sure he knew what a true iteration looked like.

How to Win a Million Dollar Self-Pour Business

PourMyBeer, an industry leader in self-serve beverage technology, is teaming up with Micro Matic, an industry leader in dispense equipment, to reward one small business owner with the gift of a lifetime: the equipment and technology to run a million dollar self-pour taproom.

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant Releases Clock Out American Lager

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant announced the release of their Clock Out American Lager, a refreshing light lager available in12 oz. cans and currently the only Iron Hill beer available as a 6 pack. Clock Out American Lager cans will be unleashed on March 28, 2018 at all Iron Hill Restaurant & Brewery locations throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and South Carolina, for $11, perfect for sitting back, relaxing, and, most importantly, clocking out.

Your Bar's Secret to Attracting Millennials: Self-Serve Beverages

Millennials are a sought-after target market in the hospitality industry, thanks to their estimated spending power of $200 billion per year and tendency to eat out five times a week, on average. A majority of millennials 21 and up also report spending time at bars at least once a week, whereas older generations are less than half as likely to frequent drinking establishments.

How Plant-Based Can Balance Brews

Bar food has a reputation: meaty, heavy, fried, and no utensils needed. Vegetables usually don’t come to mind, unless it’s the celery stick idling by the chicken wings. However, according to a keynote report by food industry market research group Datassential, almost a third of its surveyed consumers are limiting or eliminating meat from their diets.

Should You Offer a Beer Bucket Program?

Originally, for the Broken Barrel’s opening in September 2018, owner Luke Johnson had wanted to customize tables with buckets in them to place everything from cans of beer to bottles of wine for guests.

How To Build Your Best Beer List

Diversity of flavor is key to understanding how the craft beer market has grown and changed recently. Bart Watson, chief economist at the Brewers Association, says the U.S. has surpassed 7,000 craft beer breweries, as of October 2018.

Dogfish Head Launches SeaQuench Ale Apparel

With a goal of kicking off the New Year right, Dogfish Head founder and CEO Sam Calagione went on a quest known as JanuQuenchy. Calagione invited Dogfish enthusiasts and coworkers to join him by pledging to only drink the low-calorie SeaQuench Ale for 31 days while eating sensibly and doing something active.

Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar Revamps Menu, Adds New Items

Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar, a full-service family sports bar that provides gourmet takes on game day favorites, will continue to please guests’ palettes with several tasty additions to its fan favorite, made-from-scratch food and beverage offerings.