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902 Brewing Produces First Batch of Beer

Even as many breweries are closing their doors, 902 Brewing Company is working hard to open theirs, beginning with producing their first batch of beer. Read More

New Holland Brewing Announces Virtual Concert Series Supporting Local Musicians and Artists

New Holland Brewing announced the Gezellig Virtual Concert Series, an opportunity for musicians and artists to perform from the safety of their own homes. Read More

Deschutes Brewery Lays Off Over 100 Employees Due to Coronavirus

Deschutes Brewery laid off “well over 100” employees after temporarily closing its brewpubs and scaling back on-premise sales through distribution. Read More

Off-Premise Beer Sales Dramatically Increase in All Segments

As the coronavirus shut down taprooms across the U.S., consumers stocked up amid stay-at-home orders, and sales increased for every beer category segment. Read More

Pelican Brewing Temporarily Closes its Taprooms to Limit COVID-19 Spread

The Nestucca Ridge Family of Companies — including Pelican Brewing Company — have decided to close their restaurant and lodging properties due to COVID-19. Read More

Virginia Beer Company Unveils Two-Year Oak Barrel-Fermented Brett Farmhouse Ale

The Virginia Beer Company released Cellar Circus Blend No. 004, a Brett Farmhouse ale that’s been aged in oak barrels for two years. Read More

New Realm Brewing and Fat Head’s Brewery Collaborate on “Steel and Coal” IPL

The brewmasters at New Realm Brewing and Fat Head’s Brewery have joined forces to craft the Steel and Coal India Pale Lager. Read More

Lexington Brewing Uses Its Alcohol to Produce Free Hand Sanitizer

Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co. is using its alcohol supply to produce hand sanitizer and provide it free of charge for the Central Kentucky community. Read More

Wallenpaupack Brewing Launches Variety 14-Pack for Takeout and Delivery

Wallenpaupack Brewing Company announced a special to-go variety package of 14 of its beers to get customers through the next 14 days of quarantine. Read More

Thirsty Monk Brewery Closes Portland and Denver Taprooms

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Thirsty Monk Brewery closed its taprooms in Portland and Oregon and offering to-go service only at its Asheville locations. Read More