In the fall of 2002, the five-year-old Oskar Blues Brewery out of tiny Lyons, CO, decided to can rather than bottle its beers for retail sale. It became, then, America’s first independently owned, smaller-scale brewery to can its beers in-house. (Others had done it under contract at other breweries, starting as far back as the... View Article
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Acitelli on History - Blogs - Web Only August 5, 2014 - Tom Acitelli
News May 19, 2014 - Staff
Just in time for Memorial Day, 11 breweries are participating in Hops for Heroes and releasing Homefront IPA. The beer was developed in 2011 by Fremont Brewing Co. and Center of the Universe Brewing Co. to raise money and awareness for Operation Homefront. The charity provides emergency assistance to military heroes and their families. Homefront... View Article
News February 13, 2014 - Staff
(Press Release) MAUI, HI—Maui Brewing Co. is pleased to announce that the authentic Hawaiian craft brewery is partnering with San Diego, CA-based Stone Brewing Co. to create a new craft beer distributor: Maui – Stone Craft Beverages. The distribution company was created by craft brewers specifically for Hawaiian craft beer enthusiasts. Maui – Stone Craft Beverages will offer both breweries’... View Article
Beer Talk November 1, 2013 - - -
Maui Brewing Co. Lahaina, HI A filtered Munich helles lager brewed with floral hops and pilsner and Munich malts, Bikini Blonde Lager is one of four flagship beers from Maui Brewing Co. ABV: 4.5 ABW: 3.58 COLOR: 7 BITTERNESS: 18 ORIGINAL GRAVITY: 1048 AVAILABLE: AZ, CA, CO, Denmark, England, HI, ID, Japan, MD, NV, OR,... View Article
Full Pints - People Features Young Brewers Set to Make Waves in the Brewing World March 1, 2013 - Whit Richardson
With more than 2,000 craft breweries in production and another 1,000 in the planning stages, the craft beer scene is poised for growth and ground-breaking innovation like we’ve never seen before. Craft beer’s pioneers deserve the lion’s share of the credit for where we are today, but where we’re going will be, to an increasing... View Article
Culture - Full Pints Craft Brewers Market a Wealth of New Styles in Cans July 1, 2009 - Greg Kitsock
The Red Derby is a homey, unpretentious hole-in-the-wall bar in Washington, DC’s Columbia Heights neighborhood. Inside you’ll find a pile of board games like Risk and Operation, a poolroom in the back, and a chalkboard listing about 30 brands of beer. A bonanza for beer connoisseurs?