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Boozy New Local Collaborations for 2020

Good news for those of us whose Dry January resolutions are already beginning to waver: 2020 brings exciting new booze releases from some of our favorite Texan brewers, distillers,...  more »

Fully Embrace Winter With These Barrel-Aged Stouts And Porters

Its still technically autumn, but there are few things more wintry feeling than the week leading into Christmas. Curl up with a good book while the fire crackles and the snow...  more »

2019 Craft Beer Report: Local Breweries Thrive as Craft Beer Experiences Slowdown

On a larger and more varied scale, up-and-coming beverage market segments have seen a similar ebb-and-flow performance as consumers show their willingness to diversify their...  more »

11/15/2019

Good Libations

Tags: Beer, Cider, BrandingSource: Packagingnews

A Blend of Craft and Art | Category Focus - Beer and Cider

A decade or so ago a raft of craft brewed products flooded the market and completely disrupted the alcoholic drinks category. The original ethos of many of these craft brewers was...  more »

10/11/2019

Good Libations

Tags: Beer, Bars, Drink TrendsSource: Grubstreet

The Most Exciting Beers to Drink in New York Right Now

Its boom times for beer lovers here in New York City. There are dozens of hyperlocal spots to choose from, and they produce new, world-class beers on a near-weekly basis. In fact,...  more »

Forecasting the Future of Craft Beer

As Mike and Leigh Harting started building their brewery in St. Petersburg, Florida, one question kept cropping up, impossible to weed out: How much beer would they need to sell to...  more »

Colorado's Largest Breweries Reveal Their Most Popular Beers

From double IPAs to passion fruit sours and golden wheat ales, these popular brews from across the state have earned Colorado craft-beer makers the ultimate prize ? the seal of...  more »

Following The Cocktail Trend, Salted Beer Is Happening

While salt may have been something to garnish a margarita rim in years gone by, that is no longer the case. In the cocktail realm, serious mixologists and bartenders are using salt...  more »

Craft Breweries Are Going Hyper-Local to Source Ingredients

When I give Brandon Jones a call for a scheduled interview, he hurriedly asks me if he can give me a ring back. Jones, who serves as head of barrel aging and sours at craft brewer...  more »

This Is What Happens When Healthy Living Meets Craft Brewing

Spiked seltzers. Low-ABVs. Non-alcoholic options that mimic the real thing. All of these have had the wine, beer and spirits market buzzing as the demand for healthier imbibing...  more »

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