Craft Beer News

Two “Banished” series beers from Crux in Bramble Candy, Ribbon of Darkness

Last weekend, Bend’s Crux Fermentation Project celebrated its eighth anniversary with a lower-key party than usual in this COVID-19 era and a release of a special anniversary lager. As a nod and a tip of the hat to one of the region’s best breweries, here are reviews of two of this year’s [Banished] series of …

Two “Banished” series beers from Crux in Bramble Candy,
Ribbon of Darkness
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Three Weavers Brewing Company’s California Radler is Back

Three Weavers Brewing Company announces the return of California Radler, a 4% ABV summer seasonal, for availability at their Inglewood Taproom and for purchase at California distributors in 4-packs of 16 oz. cans. To craft California Radler, a crisp blonde ale is blended with house-made citrus soda. Flavors of tangerine, lemon and lime come together …

Three Weavers Brewing Company’s California Radler is
Back
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Rock Bottom Leaving and Nine Locks coming to Spring Garden Road

(Halifax, NS) – After ten years on Spring Garden RoadRock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery has announced its permanent closure. It was a great place in a great spot but never really found the success it should have had. The space will be taken over by Nine Locks Brewing. The new second location will have all available …

Rock Bottom Leaving and Nine Locks coming to Spring Garden
Road
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News, nuggets and longreads 4 July 2020: table service, jug and bottle, colonialism

Here’s everything on beer and pubs we spotted and took note of in the past week, from government guidance to the appeal of the universal stout. At the time of writing, some pubs will have been open for a couple of hours – or at least could have been, legally. Today is the day (some) …

News, nuggets and longreads 4 July 2020: table service, jug
and bottle, colonialism
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Westbound & Down’s True West Series Triumphs Charitable Causes

The craft beer and hospitality industry have had to weather a multitude of uncharted challenges over the past three months. In addition to a revolving door of ever-changing state mandates, small business owners have been forced to wade through convoluted loan processes, reinvent business operations, and in many cases face difficult decisions regarding layoffs, furloughs, …

Westbound & Down’s True West Series Triumphs
Charitable Causes
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