To commemorate IPA Day, the world’s largest celebration of craft beer, my good friend Gina Schuland of Deschutes Brewery worked with her co-worker Rebecca Selkregg to put together this really awesome infographic. They were able to come up with some awesome, fun & educational data from IRI and create this illustration to share with fans […]
Last week, dozens of breweries, beer bloggers and craft beer enthusiasts joined together to simultaneously announce the return of IPA Day! The 3rd Annual IPA Day will be hosted on August 1st 2013 (it is always the first Thursday of August). And today, I’m very excited to unveil the official logo for IPA Day 2013—designed […]
True story: anyone can be an Instaceleb. Even you. And here is how.
Well, it is quite apparent that SOME breweries did not attend the Social Media seminar during the 2013 Craft Brewers Conference—where we clearly and quite strongly advised AGAINST using social media to wage a war, legal or not, against another brewery. And if said breweries did attend the seminar, they obviously were not listening. So […]
As you may recall, Mississippi finally legalized homebrewing this March—nearly 80 years after the end of Prohibition—leaving Alabama as the only state that had not legalized homebrewing. Well, kids, I have some exciting news!! Last night, May 7th 2913, the Alabama Senate passed a bill legalizing homebrewing—making Alabama the 50th and final state in America […]
Oh yes, folks. It’s that time of the year again. Now excepting nominations for the 2013 “Most Eligible Bachelors of Beer” awards.
I think Foothills Brewing is the cat’s meow. This is why and how you can get social with Foothills Brewing on the interwebz.
If you’ve never had Orval, you can’t call yourself a true beer geek. I remember the exact date I tried my first Orval. It was a pinnacle moment in my craft beer career.
Through fear, man has come to know the serpent. It is crafty. It has conviction. But it is fear, my friends, not the snake that holds us back.
Eighty years after the end of prohibition, Mississippi has finally legalized homebrewing. Alabama is now the only state that has not legalized homebrewing.