(Press Release) BOULDER, CO—In advance of the upcoming Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, West Flanders Brewing is entering into a “we’re going to win!” wager with its brewpub peers at Seattle’s revered Elysian Brewing Company. The terms of the wager are significant. The head brewer for the brewpub of the... View Article
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(Press Release) SEATTLE—Schilling Cider has officially expanded its partnership with Great Artisan Beverage Co. — bringing craft cider to all corners of Washington state. Now available in Washington, northern Idaho, Oregon and Minnesota, Schilling Cider boasts three flavors in four-packs of 12-ounce cans—hoppy Original, spicy Ginger and smooth Oak Aged—as well as a 22-ounce, bottled... View Article
What's Brewing August 7, 2013 - Staff
(Press Release) SEATTLE—Redhook Brewery announced today that its annual backyard barbeque bash, SausageFest 2013, will be held Saturday, September 14 at Redhook’s Woodinville brewery. The festival of beer, meat, and music kicks off at 3pm and will feature some of the top bands from the Seattle area.
Book Reviews - Full Pints September 1, 2011 - Brian Yaeger
In 1805, long before the debut of IFC’s hilarious sketch comedy show “Portlandia,” Captain William Clark wrote in his journal, “Welcome to the theater of majestic beauty―the Great Northwest.” In 1969, a decade before homebrewing became legal in this country, Fred Eckhardt penned A Treatise on Lager Beers: How to Make Good Beer at Home... View Article
Beer Enthusiast - Full Pints November 1, 2006 - Fred Eckhardt
If I’d had any clue that it would actually take the better part of a month (back in May) for everyone to give up telling me that I really was eighty years old, I might just have stayed at 79 for a while, before sneaking quietly into 80. No such luck. But, now that I’ve... View Article
Full Pints - Travel Features September 1, 2005 - Paul Ruschmann
As part of its silver anniversary celebration, All About Beer Magazine asked me to name my 25 favorite American beer cities. Lists like these invite controversy, which isn’t a bad thing. Differences of opinion make for good discussion and are amicably resolved over a pint or two.