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Yuengling Presents $100,000 Donation to VFW

D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. recognized the sacrifices that America’s veterans have made at the 118th Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) National Convention in New Orleans.Jennifer Yuengling presented a donation to the VFW for $100,000.

Kona Brewing Company Bringing Hula Hefeweizen to Mainland

Kona Brewing Company has brought one of its most popular small batch creations from the Kona Brewery in Kona-Kailua, Hawaii, to the mainland. Now available in California and Nevada, the traditional Bavarian-style weissbier is medium- to full-bodied with a pronounced fruitiness (banana/apple) and spicy characteristics (clove/nutmeg).

Lord Hobo Brewing Enters Florida with Cavalier Distributing

Lord Hobo Brewing Company announced plans to increase their distribution footprint with expansion into Florida. LHBCo, who recently celebrated their 2nd Anniversary, grew nearly 415 percent in 2016 and the company is on track to produce 30,000 bbls in 2017.

8 of the Most Refreshing Summer Beers

A midsummer’s night dream selection: We won’t be talking about anything remotely heavy, boozy, or warming. This edition is all about summer refreshment.

Are the Rumors of Cider's Decline Overblown?

In the past decade or so, the craft brewing industry has done a fairly effective job of securing beer’s rightful place at the dinner table. An unprecedented number of restaurants offer extensive, stylistically diverse beer lists, and their staffs have enhanced their education to the point where many servers and sommeliers can expound on flavor notes and recommend pairings with pinpoint precision.

Brewers Association Launches Seal for Independent Beers

In an effort to educate beer lovers about which beers are independently produced, the Brewers Association—the not-for-profit trade group dedicated to promoting and protecting America’s small and independent craft brewers—launched a new seal touting independent craft brewers.

Beer Festival Brewvival Revives Pub Dining in Charleston

For Edmund’s Oast brewpub in Charleston, South Carolina, supporting an annual beer festival is a way to generate traffic throughout an entire weekend. This year’s Brewvival, held on February 25, marked the eighth year of the event and is credited with bringing more than 1,000 beer enthusiasts into the city.

Has the Popularity of IPAs Gone to Our Heads?

The craft beer market has evolved quite a bit in the past decade but there’s one thing that hasn’t changed: Year after year, IPA (or India Pale Ale to the more formally minded) ranks as the, hands-down, most popular beer style.

Deschutes Brewery to Begin Distribution in North Carolina

Deschutes Brewery announced it will introduce its beers to the entire state of North Carolina next month through a network of seven distributors. The Oregon-based brewery will partner with Caffey Distributing Company; Carolina Premium Beverage; Coastal Beverage Company; Healy Wholesale Company, Inc.

5 Ways to Build Competitive Draft Beer Diversity

Currently, there are over 5,000 craft breweries in this country, each offering an endless range of annual styles and flavors. Building an interesting craft beer program is not as formulaic as it once was by simply featuring heavier, stronger styles in colder months and lighter and more sessionable brews during the summer.