Tag Archives: Brew News

Hopslam 2018 Release

Hopslam 2018 Release The 2018 release of Hopslam from Bells Brewery is scheduled for release this week. According to their website it’s actually due in less than 2 days. If you haven’t tried it, you owe it to yourself to try it this year. It packs a punch at 10% abv, 294 calories and enough hops to knockout even the craziest hophead.  From our observations at Sommbeer however, it seems this beer can be delightful even to those that don’t normally like IPAs.  The added…

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Griffin Claw Launching Big Plans In 2018

Griffin Claw Launching Big Plans In 2018  GriffinClaw_BeerRelease_2018_circles PRESS RELEASE FROM: Griffin Claw Brewing Company  Click here for the Griffin Claw Release Calendar Griffin Claw may only be 4 years old but 2018 looks to be a huge year for production and expansion. Griffin Claw has been operating solely out of their Birmingham facility, on Eton Street, for 4 years. All of that will change in 2018 with the opening of their brand new facility in Rochester Hills. The new production facility is twice the size…

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Brew News – Beer Thieves steal 100 year old beer

These guys should be glad they didn’t steal my beer. Not cool. From the Tacoma, WA News Tribune;  “The owner of a popular Tacoma brewery is hoping that whoever stole six 100-year-old bottles of beer from his truck late Sunday doesn’t try to take a swig. If they do? “It’ll taste like vinegar or putrid water,” said Steve Navarro, co-owner of Pacific Brewing and Malting in downtown Tacoma at 610 Pacific Ave. Unlike scotch or wine, most beers don’t age very well.” Read more here:…

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Beer News – What The Election Results Mean For Beer

What The Election Results Mean For Beer By Matt Sandy  |  November 11, 2016  | Paste Magazine National: Beer makes America great Though the presidential race certainly led to much anxiety-induced tippling, there were a few notable election results related to craft beer. In Oklahoma, SQ 792 will relax ABV caps at convenience and grocery stores, allowing them to sell beer above 3.2% while also allowing wine and liquor stores to have up to two locations and sell non-alcoholic items. Up in Maine, Heather Sanborn,…

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