Fireman’s Brew, a Los Angeles-based craft beer company created by two California firefighters, announced the launch of its very own regulation crowdfunding (Reg CF) campaign via Wefunder.Focused on supporting the development of a brand-new 10,000 square foot tap room in Canoga Park, California, the Los Angeles suburb where the company is based, this crowdfunding initiative allows for non-accredited investors to purchase an equity stake in the business for the very first time in the company’s history; this means that the campaign, intended to close within 90 days, is open to anyone and allows any potential investor to finance any amount—upward of a $100 required minimum—to be a part of the Fireman’s Brew brand expansion.
We’re going to throw a little love toward the East Coast this month, showcasing beers from brewers from the Mid-Atlantic to the upper section of the Southeast. The selection runs the gamut—refreshing, quenching Kölsches to the very bold and boozy.
Culinary pairings have become such a core element of the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), that you might as well call it the Great American Beer and Food Festival (though, admittedly, “GABFF” would be a bit of a mouthful).
The Brewers Association—the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers—announced an agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) to fund public hop breeding for the purpose of developing and releasing disease resistant aroma hop cultivars into the public domain, in support of hop growing efforts throughout the U.
Food and beer have come together in a fascinating way in Turlock, California. SupHerb Farms hosted chefs from the San Francisco chapter of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) at Dust Bowl Brewing for a day of food and beer pairings, plus behind-the-scenes tours of each manufacturing facility.
It’s official: The Brewers Association, the not-for-profit organization that represents America’s small and independent brewers, announced the craft brewing community’s intent to Take Craft Back from Big Beer.
D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. is sponsoring a $5,000 tuition award to a new student Veteran for the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg’s Brewing Arts Program. The award will be for the January 2018 cohort and is the third time a brewery is sponsoring a Veteran award for the program.
Stone Brewing doesn’t have a flagship beer.The California-based brewery may have risen to recognition for its explosively hoppy India pale ales, but it has always embraced variety, leading to international growth over the past 21 years and the spot as the ninth largest craft brewer in the U.
When it comes beers made in the U.S., no medal is coveted more than those handed out at The Great American Beer Festival. The nation’s preeminent beer competition took place this past weekend in Denver.
As cool-weather beers come into vogue, a fruited wheat beer or tart gose may not have the same appeal by a campfire as it did on the beach—but a rich porter will pair perfectly. One quintessential autumnal beer is märzen, a malty lager that signals the changing season and is perfect for Oktoberfest.
"Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you’ve gotta do is call,” James Taylor crooned, and—paraphrasing just a skosh—“Yeah, yeah, yeah, you’ve got a beer.” Winter’s got robust dark ales that are sometimes embellished with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla beans (as well as bone-warming imperial IPAs).
Amid an ever-changing landscape in the craft beer industry, Stone Brewing announced its triumphant presence in all 50 states, achieved while maintaining fierce independence alongside its distribution partners and steadfast fans.