Kid Carboy tastes New Belgium’s latest fall seasonal beer and is rather unimpressed.
So, we went to more breweries today. These included Funkwerks, New Belgium, and a little place called Pateros Creek Brewing Co. Man did we had some fun. While the 90 minute New Belgium tour was a tad cheesy , we at least got to pour our own beers and tasted a bunch of cool stuff. […]
Oskar Blues joins New Belgium and Sierra Nevada in North Carolina.
I don’t usually go out of my way to try new beers from New Belgium, but in my central Illinois city there is very little beer variety in the local liquor stores (I go out-of-town to stock up). On Super Bowl Sunday I found myself browsing through the usual suspects at the local store, and […]
Unofficial (for now) North Carolina Craft Beer Goodwill Ambassador Win Bassett of ncbrewing.org stops by to discuss the monumental announcement that Sierra Nevada Brewing will be building an east coast production facility just south of Asheville, NC. We discuss the incentive package, the practical and philosophical implications the development might have on local brewing culture, the impending New Belgium announcement, the economic benefits to the region, and more.
Slouch and Barley talk Sierra Nevada’s East Coast swing, the growth of Ninkasi, and beer massages.
Slouch and Barley talk Raging Bitch, craft cans, and the slippery slope of Shock Top.
With Brother Barley on assignment Slouch, Beerford, Mashtun, and Hordeum discuss Sierra Nevada and New Belgium on the hunt for east coast real estate, impressive Southern Tier growth, Widmer and Red Hook continuing to disappoint Daddy Big Beer, and 2011 Sam Adams Utopia hits store shelves for $150.
Brother Barley explores his Finnish heritage with a bottle of sahti.
This week, we discuss the remarkable growth of the craft brewing industry…plus much more!
Esquire picks their most anticipated beers of 2011.
The Aleheads attempt to explain the lack of Fat Tire in Magnus’s life.