• Saint Arnold to Release Divine Reserve No. 18 Imperial Stout

    6 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    HOUSTON - Saint Arnold Brewing Co. is starting off the year in a big way with Divine Reserve No. 18, an Imperial Stout, with the highest alcohol by volume percentage in brewery history. This beer will be available in six-packs of 12 oz bottles and 22 oz bottles in Texas and Louisiana next week.
    The Saint Arnold Divine Reserve series consists of single batch beers, each brewed with a completely different recipe. There is no particular theme to the beers, although it can be assumed that most all of them will be big. This year, the brewers went really, really big. After many test brews, the...
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  • Craft Beer Cellar Announces Rebrand and Redesigned Website

    6 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    BELMONT, Mass. - Craft Beer Cellar, one of the leading Craft Beer retailers in America, has unveiled a new brand identity across all of their physical locations, online platforms, and social media channels.
    Founded in 2010 by Co-Founders Suzanne Schalow and Kate Baker in Belmont, MA, Craft Beer Cellar has grown to 33 stores in 15 states, with six additional stores currently in planning. As part of its commitment to amazing beer, hospitality, and education, the retailer has announced their new look for 2018.
    Craft Beer Cellar worked closely with both Be Good Branding and Magnifico Design to...
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  • Hop Take: Craft Beer Sues Big Beer, Craft Wine Wants in on the Drama

    6 monthes ago - By Vine Pair

    This week saw another ripple in the Big Beer versus Independent Beer debate.
    On Monday, Stone Brewing released an announcement and video detailing a lawsuit Stone filed against MillerCoors regarding its Keystone brand. According to Stone, MillerCoors co-opted the Stone Brewing brand by rolling out a recent rebranding of Keystone in which the industrial light lager is referred to as “Stone.”
    This lawsuit is at least partially a publicity stunt. But it does make a point: In a big-versus-small-beer war, how far will companies go to beat out the competition? Or, from the independents'...
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