5th Annual New York International Beer Competition Announces the Winners!

The 5th Annual New York International Beer Competition had close to 400 beers and ciders submitted from over 12 different countries.  The trade-only judging panel awarded less than 50% of those submitted a medal. Congratulations to the winners! [toggle title=” Double Gold” style=”open”] Baltic Style Porter Zywiec Porter [/toggle][toggle title=”Gold” style=”open”] […]

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The Best Beers for Summer

Batter up! Summer means heat, beaches, barbecues, and baseball. Celebrate your team’s highs and suffer through their lows with the appropriate brew. Brian Petro explores the best of local breweries all cross the country, just in case you find yourself at the out of town game. In heat soaked Arizona, […]

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What’s Brewing in Tennessee?

Something is brewing in historic Tennessee, and our partner blog, The Alcohol Professor investigates. At Tennessee Brew Works, a charming wood-meets-metal, multi-tiered beer bar close to downtown, you can watch the beer making magic while sampling some of the many varied Belgian, English and India styled ales. If you’ve come […]

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Scottish Brews to Try

This summer sees the release two new pale ales from Scottish Brewery, Innis and Gunn. Wait… Scottish beer? You may be more familiar with Scotch whiskey than Scotch ale, but the country’s beer is worth some exploration, and as Scotland’s Brewery of the Year 2014 (NY International Beer Competition) you […]

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Rebel Brews from Kentucky

What are the secrets to making a delicious, award-winning beer? Kevin Gibson knows where you can find the answer: the Alltech REBELation Brewing and Distilling symposium in Kentucky. Yes, Kentucky. While typically associated with horses and bourbon, Kentucky is making a name for itself in the beer world with a […]

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Sierra Nevada Dishes New Beer with Idaho Hops

What’s new at Sierra Nevada? Kevin Gibson explores the flavors of their latest release in the Harvest Series. The Single Hop Idaho 7 is so named because it uses an Idaho-grown hop for bittering and finishing. This gives the brew a clean fruity nose perfect for spring. Sierra Nevada’s Idaho […]

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