Monday, 14 September 2015 00:00 Written by Erin Peters
(Thousand Palms, CA) – Locally owned and operated Coachella Valley Brewing Co (CVB) will celebrate its second anniversary of craft beer brewing at its Thousand Palms brewery in October. The first two years of business have brought the company numerous accomplishments, including increased distribution, multiple industry awards, and doubled sales from the previous year. To celebrate its second anniversary with devoted fans and the community, CVB will hold a beer festival-style party at its brewery with live music and food vendors on Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 2 – 9 p.m. David Humphrey, CVB Co-founder and CEO, said: “I’m so proud of what the brewery has been able to accomplish in just two short years. We have positioned ourselves for growth without compromising our core values – producing beer that reflects our valley and all that makes it special. The past two years have been an amazing journey and our upcoming…
Sunday, 13 September 2015 00:02 Written by Erin Peters
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 17:44 Written by Erin Peters
(Petaluma,CA) – Owner Tony MacGee casually announced on Twitter that they will be opening their third brewing facility in Azusa, CA. Their new building is already under construction, hoping for launch in early 2017. Here are the tweets:
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 21:12 Written by Erin Peters
As part of 21st Amendment’s launch events in Southern California (June 17th – June 20th ) and the run-up to LA Beer Week, brewmaster Shaun O’Sullivan has teamed up with his good friend Alexandra Nowell, the head brewer at Three Weavers Brewing Company in Inglewood, CA to produce a crisp and delicious watermelon Saison called “We Saw Them Coming.” The beer has the refreshing quality of a Belgian-style Saison and the unique and summery quality of real watermelon, and weighs in at 6.3% ABV.
Collaborative Cross-Continental Dark Saison to Debut at Firestone Walker Invitational Beer Fest Paso Robles, CA: Multiple versions of the same collaborative dark saison wild ale—called La Piccola—will be unveiled at the 2015 Firestone Walker Invitational Beer Fest on May 30, capping off a year of cross-continental brewing hijinks between brewmasters Agostino Arioli of Birrificio Italiano and Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker Brewing Company.
Victory Brewing Company (Downingtown, PA) is rolling out their first canned offerings 2015. The newly build Parkesburg location has around 5,000 square feet designated for can filling and packaging. First up: Victory Summer Love.
Poway, CA – On Saturday, May 16th, Green Flash Brewing Co. executives and City of Poway officials will gather in front of a crowd of local beer and art lovers to tap the inaugural cask, marking their much-anticipated public grand opening of Green Flash Cellar 3. The San Diego craft brewery’s 2nd regional packaging facility and tasting room is dedicated to the production of rare and barrel-aged Green Flash beers.
Session IPA Now Available in Cans Year Round Thanks to Brewmaster’s Hallertau Hop Quest Paso Robles, CA— Firestone Walker Brewing Company launched Easy Jack last year as a different kind of session IPA, one with surprising complexity fostered by a rare selection of newer hop varieties from around the world. But the brewery learned the hard way what “rare” really meant when it launched Easy Jack as a summer seasonal—and then promptly ran out of the hops by mid-summer, spelling an early end to Easy Jack. Now Firestone Walker is doubling down and re-launching Easy Jack in 2015 as a year-round release, and adding cans to the mix along the way. The difference this time is that Brewmaster Matt Brynildson went the extra 5,000 miles to make sure he doesn’t run out of those crucial Easy Jack hops. Indeed, during last September’s harvest season, Brynildson traveled to Germany and spent several days…
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 00:11 Written by Erin Peters
Brewers Association Reports Annual Growth Figures for Small and Independent Brewers Boulder, CO • March 16, 2015—The Brewers Association (BA), the trade association representing small and independent American craft brewers, today released 2014 data on U.S. craft brewing(1) growth. For the first-time ever, craft brewers reached double-digit (11 percent) volume share of the marketplace. In 2014, craft brewers produced 22.2 million barrels, and saw an 18 percent rise in volume(2) and a 22 percent increase in retail dollar value. Retail dollar value(3) was estimated at $19.6 billion representing 19.3 percent market share.
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 00:00 Written by Erin Peters
Friday, 27 February 2015 16:42
Coachella Valley Brewing Co announces the long await release of Black Widow, Russian Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon BarrelsWritten by Erin Peters