There is really no way to know for sure, but Deb Carey, cofounder of the New Glarus Brewing Co., thinks her brewery’s launch nearly 25 years ago was the fastest microbrewery startup ever. She and her husband, Dan Carey, first talked about launching a brewery in January 1993. They drew a 30-mile circumference around Madison,... View Article
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Acitelli on History October 24, 2017 - Tom Acitelli
Styles Features Brewers Take A Classic Out For A Spin May 8, 2015 - Jeff Alworth
Trend spotting in the city of Portland, OR, is tricky business. The most enduringly popular beers, as they are up and down the Pacific coast, are hoppy ales. Breweries and bars make sure there are always several choices at hand for the legions of hop heads who have come to populate the left bank. But... View Article
Beer Talk March 1, 2011 - - -
New Glarus Brewing Co. New Glarus, WI Available: WI This beer is the result of brewmaster Dan Carey’s quest to capture the aromas of pale ales in a quaffable session beer. He spent over six months perfecting the hop blend alone, which finally utilized five varieties of hops, three of which are not commonly used... View Article
Full Pints - Live Beer - People - People Features May 1, 2009 - Brian Yaeger
Sierra Nevada’s newest year-round release—Torpedo Extra IPA, an India pale ale embellished by the brewery’s homemade hop-extractor, dubbed “the hop torpedo”—may be viewed as a thank-you to the craft beer drinking community. After all, the brewery helped launch our collective love of hops when it introduced its flagship pale ale in 1980.
Full Pints - People - People Features May 1, 2007 - Julie Johnson Bradford
If you love the beers of Rogue Ales, take a moment to thank the inhospitable environment of Los Angeles. If John Maier had not found the sprawling city unbearable, he might not have left a lucrative job in the aerospace industry, might not have gravitated to brewing, and might not have made Rogue the innovative... View Article
Full Pints - Live Beer - People The Brewers Behind the Awards September 1, 2004 - Julie Johnson Bradford
In his scant nine years as a professional brewer, Matt Brynildson has worked for one award-winning brewery after another: Goose Island in Chicago, SLO Brewing in California, Firestone Walker in California.