R.I.P. Jack Joyce of Rogues Ales, 1943-2014.

Check out these craft beer brewing images: R.I.P. Jack Joyce of Rogues Ales, 1943-2014. Image by cizauskas Jack Joyce, a former Nike executive, and co-founder of Rogue Ales —a brewing (and distilling) company in Newport, Oregon— died at age 71, on 28 May 2014. Joyce co-founded Rogue in Ashland, Oregon, in 1988, and one year later opened its first brew pub in Newport, Oregon, which still operates there, along with… Read More »

The Beervana Launch at the US Chargé d’Affaires residence.

Some cool craft beer brewing images: The Beervana Launch at the US Chargé d’Affaires residence. Image by US Embassy New Zealand The Beervana Launch at the US Chargé d’Affaires residence. Beervana, a two day celebration of craft beer, is on this week in Wellington from August 22-23. With help from the U.S. Embassy, Beervana will have very its first exchange with Portland – The “Beervana Exchange”. Read more about it… Read More »

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Check out these craft beer brewing images: Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri Image by Bernt Rostad Just 6 months after opening their doors to the public, Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri in Oslo had to expand their pub with 8 more tap lines. Thus, as of 31 March 2011, the micro brewery sports a total of 16 tap lines, serving great craft beers brewed locally or shipped in from Denmark, UK, USA and other beer havens.… Read More »

Stone Smoked Porter with Vanilla Bean

Some cool craft beer brewing images: Stone Smoked Porter with Vanilla Bean Image by found_drama Stone Brewing Co. Like a vanilla-ish version of Southern Tier Chokolat. Except whereas that was exceptionally chocolaty, this has only slight vanilla and only slight smoke. Not *bad* (it is smooth) — it just didn’t come across as a big, strong flavor. (On second thought… kind of a flat cola flavor?) untappd.com/user/founddrama/checkin/148856524 Yelp’s Crafternoon Delight:… Read More »

masskrugtresor-19

A few nice craft beer brewing images I found: masskrugtresor-19 Image by StrandGuideSardinien Good Times ahead for top brewery Image by Scottish Government images A proposed expansion into the Far East and other overseas markets by Williams Bros. Brewery has been highlighted by Scottish ministers as a real opportunity for the Scottish economy. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Cabinet Secretary for Food and Drink Richard Lochhead toured the company’s Alloa… Read More »

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Cigar City / Grassroots / Hill Farmstead Or Black Ale Image by Bernt Rostad A glass of Or Black Hale at the Alvinne Craft Beer Festival 2011. This is a collaboration beer brewed by Grassroots and Hill Farmstead at Cigar City Brewing in Tampa, Florida. It’s part 2 in a 4 beer collaboration series by these three breweries. Or Black Ale is an 11% abv ale brewed with lots of… Read More »

Colorado – Lyons: Oskar Blues Grill & Brew Arcade

A few nice craft beer brewing images I found: Colorado – Lyons: Oskar Blues Grill & Brew Arcade Image by wallyg Oskar Blues Grill & Brew, located at 303 Main Street, was opened in 1997 by Dale Katechis. The restaurant offers Cajun, Creole and Southern-Style comfort food along with their award winning beer. Oskar Blues & Grill hosts live roots music in the basement music room, and has an old… Read More »

Great Lakes Burning River

Check out these craft beer brewing images: Great Lakes Burning River Image by Sonnett sonnettbeers.blogspot.com Dogfish Head Olde School Image by HorsePunchKid Barley wine style ale, 15% ABV, not bad and got better toward the end Boulevard Brewing Love Child #2 Image by walknboston Amazing stuff. Sour, tart, and funky.

Nice Craft Beer Brewing photos

Check out these craft beer brewing images: American History (After Hours): Brewing Up History Image by national museum of american history Susan Evans, Program Director of the American Food History Project, Beer Director and Managing Partner Greg Engert of Bluejacket, and beer historian Mike Stein of DCBeer.com January 23, 2015 How are today’s brewers inspired by history? Bluejacket brewery’s Greg Engert and beer historian Mike Stein discuss the art and… Read More »