Looking for the perfect beer for your holiday festivities? Grab a pack of Bell's Brewery Christmas Ale! "This traditional Scotch Ale is rich and malty with notes of caramel and a warm finish." Whether you're decorating the tree, making cookies or going to a party, Christmas Ale will get you through the holiday season and keep you toasty all winter long!
"For the second time in just five months, Massachusetts’ Atlantic Beverage Distributors has sold the distribution rights to a prominent San Diego-based craft brewery.
Beginning today, Craft Beer Guild LLC, a subsidiary of Sheehan Family Companies, will distribute Stone Brewing Company products throughout the state.
A sale price was not disclosed, but Atlantic Beverage Distributors general sales manager Mino Soghomonian confirmed to Brewbound that “fair market value” was paid for the rights to distribute Stone brands across the Commonwealth." Brewbound.com
We’re excited to announce that Collective Arts Brewing is now part of our portfolio! Collective Arts is a grassroots brewing company from Ontario dedicated to promoting emerging artists and musicians through the creativity of craft beer. Each beer features a limited-edition work of art created by different musicians and artists. With the Blippar phone app you can easily scan the label to find out more about each artist, see videos and listen to their music! Collective Arts has made beer drinking a whole new interactive experience and you won’t want to miss out on it!
On July 25th Milwaukee Brewing officially broke ground on their new brewery. Housed in a former Pabst distribution center and located just blocks from the new Milwaukee Bucks arena; the 50,000 square foot building will include a tap room, beer garden and one of a kind rooftop patio.
The new brewery will allow Milwaukee Brewing to expand their capacity to 30,000 barrels of beer per year.
Just in time for the Fourth of July, 3 Sheeps has announced they will be canning Waterslides IPA along with two brand new beers, 3 Sheeps Pils and Fresh Coast Pale Ale. Increasingly brewers are choosing to package their beer in cans, because cans preserve beer quality by eliminating the effects of light and oxygen, cans are durable, great for outdoor occasions, and aluminum is infinitely recyclable.