(Press Release) SEATTLE—Merchant du Vin and Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery are proud to announce the fifth U.S. annual release of Samuel Smith’s Yorkshire Stingo. This barrel-aged, bottle-conditioned strong ale expresses the elegant refinement of every Samuel Smith’s beer, but with depth, length and power found in no other beer. This is a must-try beer: Extreme... View Article
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What's Brewing July 17, 2013 - Staff
Culture - Full Pints A Closer Look at Craft Imports May 1, 2010 - Greg Kitsock
The day is coming when the distinction between “import” and “domestic” will be far less important than the distinction between “mass market” and “craft.” Check out the top 25 import brands in terms of case sales, you’ll find that most of the leading brands are pale pilsners. Heck, two brands, Corona and Heineken, account for... View Article
Full Pints - History - Learn Beer July 1, 2005 - Roger Protz
“Welcome to Brigadoon,” Stewart Main, the head brewer at Hook Norton said. As a Scot, he is well versed in the story of the mythical Highland village of Brigadoon that featured in a Gene Kelly movie. The village appears for a single day once every hundred years and bewitches all who come across it.