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12 Quart Mason Jars - $10.99

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 07:47
12 Ball Quart Mason Jars for $10.99.  These have recently sold for $19.41.  Shipping is free with a $35 order or Prime.
You can use Mason jars to store hops, smaller amounts of grain, and other brewing ingredients and can starter wort.  I seal these with my FoodSaver's Mason Jar attachment when storing ingredients.

Ball Regular Quart Jars with Lids and Bands, Set of 12 - $10.99 + Free Shipping with Prime or Qualifying $35 order

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Reader Tip: Dual Scale Refractometer - Corrected Scale - $19.38 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 07:36
Thanks to HBF Reader Stephen for this tip!


Gravity to Brix AccuracyTypical refractometers use a linear 4 x gravity to Brix conversion.  That's fine and dandy up until around 1.049.  At that point this linear scale starts to become inaccurate.  Brix 11 does equal 1.044, but Brix 12 does not equal 1.048.  It is 1.049.  It's only 1 point off here, but up at Brix 24, it's up to 5 points off.  Brix 24 equals 1.101 not 1.096.
All this to say that this model of refractometer uses a more accurate, non-linear gravity to Brix scale.
From the manufacturer: "This is the only inexpensive Wort SG to be corrected. The only other corrected refrafractometers in existence are the BREWfractometer and the BREWfractometer Extreme."




Refractometers can be used to measure gravity throughout the brewing process.  You can also estimate the alcohol content of your beer if you forget to take an OG with the use of a refractometer and a hydrometer.  Check out Northern Brewer's Refractometer Calculators.
Magnum Media DUAL SCALE 0-32% Brix and 1.000-1.130SG Wort Refractometer RSG-100ATC Beer Home Brew - $14.39 + $4.99 Shipping


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Reader Tip: Dual Scale Refractometer - Corrected Scale - $19.38 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 07:31
Thanks to HBF Reader Stephen for this tip!


Gravity to Brix AccuracyTypical refractometers use a linear 4 x gravity to Brix conversion.  That's fine and dandy up until around 1.049.  At that point this linear scale starts to become inaccurate.  Brix 11 does equal 1.044, but Brix 12 does not equal 1.048.  It is 1.049.  It's only 1 point off here, but up at Brix 24, it's up to 5 points off.  Brix 24 equals 1.101 not 1.096.
All this to say that this model of refractometer uses a more accurate, non-linear gravity to Brix scale.
From the manufacturer: "This is the only inexpensive Wort SG to be corrected. The only other corrected refrafractometers in existence are the BREWfractometer and the BREWfractometer Extreme."




Refractometers can be used to measure gravity throughout the brewing process.  You can also estimate the alcohol content of your beer if you forget to take an OG with the use of a refractometer and a hydrometer.  Check out Northern Brewer's Refractometer Calculators.
Magnum Media DUAL SCALE 0-32% Brix and 1.000-1.130SG Wort Refractometer RSG-100ATC Beer Home Brew - $14.39 + $4.99 Shipping


Also Consider:
PinnedBoilerMaker Kettles *Patagonia IPA *Kegerator Condensation *Maris Otter Extract

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Beer In Ads #1258: Real Gusto

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 23:51
Monday’s ad is another one for Schlitz, this time from 1977. In the ad, a stadium beer salesman wearing all white is pouring two bottles of Schlitz into paper cups — remember paper cups? The post Beer In Ads #1258: Real Gusto appeared first on Brookston Beer Bulletin.

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Against the Grain Brewery to increase production by over 400% in 2015

BeerPulse - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 19:35

Press Release: 

Expansion will include a new brewery, warehouse, tasting room and retail space.

(Louisville, KY) – Against The Grain Brewery, Louisville’s first brewer owned & operated brewery, will increase production by over 400% in 2015, with the expansion of a new production/packaging facility, also located in Louisville, KY.

The expansion includes the acquisition of the old ‘Fischer SIPS’ building located at 1800 Northwestern Parkway in the Shippingport/Portland neighborhood of Louisville. At 25000 square feet, “the space is perfect for the current and future foreseeable expansion plans of AtG”. The addition of this brewing facility will include; a new 3-vessel x 30 barrel brewhouse manufactured by W.M. Sprinkman, and an unspecified number of 30 & 60 barrel fermenters/brite beer tanks, allowing for an initial annual production of 6500 barrels of beer per year. “We have chosen to work with Sprinkman as we share core values relating to a commitment to quality and the fact that all of the materials and fabrication will be done in the USA. As much as we are committed to Louisville and supporting the quality of our local economy, we must also carry this commitment when choosing our global suppliers.” Additional equipment acquisition includes, a centrifuge and packaging lines for kegging, as well as bottling & canning AtG brands.

In addition to an upgrade of brewing operations, we will create an additional space to increase the capacity of our barrel aging program. “The additional space will allow us to increase our barrel aging program capacity by 10 times! So you will see more production of barrel aged favorites like Kentucky Ryed Chiquen, Bo & Luke Imperial Stout, and Mac Fanny Baw Salted Rauchbier”. Initially the expansion will focus on production, however we will also develop an area to include a tasting room and retail space.

It should come as no surprise that AtG must expand. Current distribution allows for access to wholesale in 38 contiguous states nationally, as well as a number of countries in western Europe. “Currently the demand for our beer is exceeding our ability to produce at the Slugger location, so we feel like the time is right and the location is ideal for an additional brewery.” AtG’s current location at Slugger Field (401 East Main St.) is producing around 1500 barrels annually, primarily servicing the pub located in the stadium. The new facility will increase production to service draft & bottle sales in Louisville and the entire state by 150%, as well as increasing national and global sales by 250%. “We are excited at the opportunity to service our existing customer base more consistently, as well as establishing AtG nationally, with the potential additions of more global markets in the future.”

Against The Grain Brewery and Smokehouse was established by brewers Sam J Cruz, Jerry Gnagy, Adam Watson and restaurateur Andrew Ott, in Sept. of 2011. AtG, located at Slugger Field, is Louisville’s premier craft brewery, boasting production of a countless number of innovative and unique brews, as well as a an array of amazing smoked meats, all served at the adjoined restaurant/ pub. This marks the second expansion for the brewery, the first was unannounced and included the annexation of the old Park Place restaurant at Slugger Field for the installation of more product tanks and the addition of capacity through contract production at Pub Dog Brewery in Westminster, MD.

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Against the Grain Brewery to increase production by over 400% in 2015

BeerNews.org - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 19:35

Press Release: 

Expansion will include a new brewery, warehouse, tasting room and retail space.

(Louisville, KY) – Against The Grain Brewery, Louisville’s first brewer owned & operated brewery, will increase production by over 400% in 2015, with the expansion of a new production/packaging facility, also located in Louisville, KY.

The expansion includes the acquisition of the old ‘Fischer SIPS’ building located at 1800 Northwestern Parkway in the Shippingport/Portland neighborhood of Louisville. At 25000 square feet, “the space is perfect for the current and future foreseeable expansion plans of AtG”. The addition of this brewing facility will include; a new 3-vessel x 30 barrel brewhouse manufactured by W.M. Sprinkman, and an unspecified number of 30 & 60 barrel fermenters/brite beer tanks, allowing for an initial annual production of 6500 barrels of beer per year. “We have chosen to work with Sprinkman as we share core values relating to a commitment to quality and the fact that all of the materials and fabrication will be done in the USA. As much as we are committed to Louisville and supporting the quality of our local economy, we must also carry this commitment when choosing our global suppliers.” Additional equipment acquisition includes, a centrifuge and packaging lines for kegging, as well as bottling & canning AtG brands.

In addition to an upgrade of brewing operations, we will create an additional space to increase the capacity of our barrel aging program. “The additional space will allow us to increase our barrel aging program capacity by 10 times! So you will see more production of barrel aged favorites like Kentucky Ryed Chiquen, Bo & Luke Imperial Stout, and Mac Fanny Baw Salted Rauchbier”. Initially the expansion will focus on production, however we will also develop an area to include a tasting room and retail space.

It should come as no surprise that AtG must expand. Current distribution allows for access to wholesale in 38 contiguous states nationally, as well as a number of countries in western Europe. “Currently the demand for our beer is exceeding our ability to produce at the Slugger location, so we feel like the time is right and the location is ideal for an additional brewery.” AtG’s current location at Slugger Field (401 East Main St.) is producing around 1500 barrels annually, primarily servicing the pub located in the stadium. The new facility will increase production to service draft & bottle sales in Louisville and the entire state by 150%, as well as increasing national and global sales by 250%. “We are excited at the opportunity to service our existing customer base more consistently, as well as establishing AtG nationally, with the potential additions of more global markets in the future.”

Against The Grain Brewery and Smokehouse was established by brewers Sam J Cruz, Jerry Gnagy, Adam Watson and restaurateur Andrew Ott, in Sept. of 2011. AtG, located at Slugger Field, is Louisville’s premier craft brewery, boasting production of a countless number of innovative and unique brews, as well as a an array of amazing smoked meats, all served at the adjoined restaurant/ pub. This marks the second expansion for the brewery, the first was unannounced and included the annexation of the old Park Place restaurant at Slugger Field for the installation of more product tanks and the addition of capacity through contract production at Pub Dog Brewery in Westminster, MD.

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Widmer Brothers and 10 Barrel’s Fizz collaboration coming soon

BeerNews.org - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 19:11

Press Release: 

(Portland, OR) – Fizz, the third beer in Widmer Brothers Brewing’s 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series, was announced today. This unique, bubbly spritzer-style ale was brewed in collaboration with the brewing team at 10 Barrel Brewing in Bend, Ore.

Fizz is brewed with Meyer lemons and fresh ginger – giving it a bright citrus character and subtle hints of ginger spice – and finished with champagne yeast to really make it pop. This beer is great for the summer months, offering beer drinkers a refreshing respite from the heat.

Fizz is the third of six limited release collaboration beers with Oregon breweries to be released this year as part of a series that commemorates Widmer Brothers’ 30-year history. The 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series is a celebration of the Oregon brewing community and the unique camaraderie among craft brewers.

“We got together with the 10 Barrel team, and they helped push this beer way out of the box,” said Ben Dobler, innovation brewer at Widmer Brothers Brewing. “We’re calling Fizz a ‘spritzer-style ale’ because the beer was inspired by spritzer champagne cocktails, and we feel like it’s a great description of what the beer actually delivers. The champagne yeast, Meyer lemon, and fresh ginger give it a really refreshing summertime taste.”

Fizz will be available in the coming weeks in 22-ounce bottles and on draught, with limited distribution in select markets, including Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, Minneapolis, New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia.

The next beer in the 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series will be brewed with Portland’s Gigantic Brewing and will be available in mid-August.

About Fizz
Fizz is a special 30th Anniversary collaboration beer brewed by Oregon’s Widmer Brothers Brewing and 10 Barrel Brewing. This unique, bubbly spritzer-style ale offers bright citrus character, subtle hints of ginger spice, and is finished with champagne yeast to really make it pop. Fizz is as sparkly as it is surprising. Let those little bubbles dance.

ABV: 5.5%
IBU: 20
OG: 11.8P
AE: 1.5P
COLOR: 7 SRM

About Widmer Brothers Brewing
Founded in 1984, Widmer Brothers Brewing is celebrating 30 years of beer in 2014. Founders Kurt and Rob Widmer helped lead the Pacific Northwest craft beer movement in 1984 when, in their 20s, they began brewing unique interpretations of traditional German beer styles. In 1986, Widmer Brothers Brewing introduced the original American-style Hefeweizen, which elevated the brewery to national acclaim. Since then, the brewery has continued to push the boundaries of craft beer, developing a variety of beers with an unapologetic, uncompromised commitment to innovation.

Based in Portland, Ore., the brewery currently brews a variety of beers including Hefeweizen, Upheaval IPA, Alchemy Pale Ale, Drop Top Amber Ale, a full seasonal lineup, and a series of limited edition beers. For more information about Widmer Brothers Brewing, visit www.widmerbrothers.com.

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Widmer Brothers and 10 Barrel’s Fizz collaboration coming soon

BeerPulse - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 19:11

Press Release: 

(Portland, OR) – Fizz, the third beer in Widmer Brothers Brewing’s 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series, was announced today. This unique, bubbly spritzer-style ale was brewed in collaboration with the brewing team at 10 Barrel Brewing in Bend, Ore.

Fizz is brewed with Meyer lemons and fresh ginger – giving it a bright citrus character and subtle hints of ginger spice – and finished with champagne yeast to really make it pop. This beer is great for the summer months, offering beer drinkers a refreshing respite from the heat.

Fizz is the third of six limited release collaboration beers with Oregon breweries to be released this year as part of a series that commemorates Widmer Brothers’ 30-year history. The 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series is a celebration of the Oregon brewing community and the unique camaraderie among craft brewers.

“We got together with the 10 Barrel team, and they helped push this beer way out of the box,” said Ben Dobler, innovation brewer at Widmer Brothers Brewing. “We’re calling Fizz a ‘spritzer-style ale’ because the beer was inspired by spritzer champagne cocktails, and we feel like it’s a great description of what the beer actually delivers. The champagne yeast, Meyer lemon, and fresh ginger give it a really refreshing summertime taste.”

Fizz will be available in the coming weeks in 22-ounce bottles and on draught, with limited distribution in select markets, including Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, Minneapolis, New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia.

The next beer in the 30th Anniversary Collaboration Series will be brewed with Portland’s Gigantic Brewing and will be available in mid-August.

About Fizz
Fizz is a special 30th Anniversary collaboration beer brewed by Oregon’s Widmer Brothers Brewing and 10 Barrel Brewing. This unique, bubbly spritzer-style ale offers bright citrus character, subtle hints of ginger spice, and is finished with champagne yeast to really make it pop. Fizz is as sparkly as it is surprising. Let those little bubbles dance.

ABV: 5.5%
IBU: 20
OG: 11.8P
AE: 1.5P
COLOR: 7 SRM

About Widmer Brothers Brewing
Founded in 1984, Widmer Brothers Brewing is celebrating 30 years of beer in 2014. Founders Kurt and Rob Widmer helped lead the Pacific Northwest craft beer movement in 1984 when, in their 20s, they began brewing unique interpretations of traditional German beer styles. In 1986, Widmer Brothers Brewing introduced the original American-style Hefeweizen, which elevated the brewery to national acclaim. Since then, the brewery has continued to push the boundaries of craft beer, developing a variety of beers with an unapologetic, uncompromised commitment to innovation.

Based in Portland, Ore., the brewery currently brews a variety of beers including Hefeweizen, Upheaval IPA, Alchemy Pale Ale, Drop Top Amber Ale, a full seasonal lineup, and a series of limited edition beers. For more information about Widmer Brothers Brewing, visit www.widmerbrothers.com.

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Upland Loner IPA ships on August 1st

BeerPulse - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 18:47

Press Release: 

(Bloomington, IN) – Upland Brewing Co. is excited to announce it’s newest Side Trail series beer: Loner IPA. This brew is a special release IPA featuring a single fresh hop – Chinook. The key to this beer is simplicity; Loner IPA lets the drinker appreciate each ingredient for what it is. We are excited about single hop beers so be on the lookout for more Loners as a part of our Side Trail series. Loner IPA featuring Chinook will be available for wholesale on August 1 and on tap at Upland retail locations August 8.

Beer Description: Single Hop IPA using Chinook Hops. This classic American hop that is highly valued for its bittering capabilities as well as its piney, resinous flavor and aroma. It’s one of our favorites, so we decided to let it fully express its assertive flavor and aroma with crystal clarity. However, the beer itself will be one of the few beers that we brew which will not be clear. We’ve decided to leave it unfiltered to preserve as much flavor and aroma as possible.

ABV: 6.1 IBU: 70

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Upland Loner IPA ships on August 1st

BeerNews.org - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 18:47

Press Release: 

(Bloomington, IN) – Upland Brewing Co. is excited to announce it’s newest Side Trail series beer: Loner IPA. This brew is a special release IPA featuring a single fresh hop – Chinook. The key to this beer is simplicity; Loner IPA lets the drinker appreciate each ingredient for what it is. We are excited about single hop beers so be on the lookout for more Loners as a part of our Side Trail series. Loner IPA featuring Chinook will be available for wholesale on August 1 and on tap at Upland retail locations August 8.

Beer Description: Single Hop IPA using Chinook Hops. This classic American hop that is highly valued for its bittering capabilities as well as its piney, resinous flavor and aroma. It’s one of our favorites, so we decided to let it fully express its assertive flavor and aroma with crystal clarity. However, the beer itself will be one of the few beers that we brew which will not be clear. We’ve decided to leave it unfiltered to preserve as much flavor and aroma as possible.

ABV: 6.1 IBU: 70

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Buddy’s Beer Garden

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:40
Yesterday Ken Weaver tweeted out he was watching Buddy’s Beer Garden. An inveterate animation lover, I wanted to see it, too. Buddy’s Beer Garden is part of the Looney Tunes series from Warner Brothers, and features Buddy, in the second of the 23 cartoons he starred in. Buddy’s...

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Upland Oktoberfest Bavarian Lager hits markets on August 1st

BeerPulse - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:38

Press Release: 

(Bloomington, IN) – Upland Brewing Co. announced today that Oktoberfest will be available in all markets starting August 1 and on tap at Upland retail locations September 19. No season is as synonymous with beer as autumn, when the most storied beer festival of them all, Oktoberfest, takes place in Munich, Germany. Since 1810, this celebration of good food, good company, and, most importantly, good beer, has most prominently featured Marzen-style lager-so much so that many refer to the beer simply as Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest was awarded Silver at the World Beer Cup in 2010.

Beer Description: Our Oktoberfest is a traditional Bavarian lager featuring all-German malts and rare German hops. This dedication to authenticity produces a beer that would be as at home in Munich as it is here in the Midwest United States. The aroma is authentic, the taste sweet and malty, and the finish crisp and hoppy; perfect for a beautiful fall day!



ABV: 6.7 IBU: 20 SG: 15 SRM: 14


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Upland Oktoberfest Bavarian Lager hits markets on August 1st

BeerNews.org - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:38

Press Release: 

(Bloomington, IN) – Upland Brewing Co. announced today that Oktoberfest will be available in all markets starting August 1 and on tap at Upland retail locations September 19. No season is as synonymous with beer as autumn, when the most storied beer festival of them all, Oktoberfest, takes place in Munich, Germany. Since 1810, this celebration of good food, good company, and, most importantly, good beer, has most prominently featured Marzen-style lager-so much so that many refer to the beer simply as Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest was awarded Silver at the World Beer Cup in 2010.

Beer Description: Our Oktoberfest is a traditional Bavarian lager featuring all-German malts and rare German hops. This dedication to authenticity produces a beer that would be as at home in Munich as it is here in the Midwest United States. The aroma is authentic, the taste sweet and malty, and the finish crisp and hoppy; perfect for a beautiful fall day!



ABV: 6.7 IBU: 20 SG: 15 SRM: 14


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Left Hand Brewing returns to Iowa in early August

BeerPulse - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:23

Press Release: 

(Longmont, CO) – Left Hand Brewing Company is excited to announce their return to the Iowa market in early August! Left Hand, in partnership with Johnson Brothers of Iowa, will officially re-enter the state and feature their award-winning portfolio of balanced and innovative brands including Milk Stout Nitro. “We’re thrilled to re-introduce Left Hand to the Iowa market and to offer our accounts and beer drinkers the full line of one of the most recognized breweries in the country,” comments Lyle Stutzman of Johnson Brothers.

Outpaced demand forced Left Hand to temporarily withdraw from the state in 2011, in order to maintain quality and service standards. In recent years, Left Hand has undergone a significant production expansion, including a new bottling hall, 6K sq. ft. cooler, and the addition of eight-480 bbl fermenters. As a result, barrelage has increased 78% in volume since 2011, yielding 65,879 bbls in 2013 and on track for over 80K in 2014. The increased capacity has allowed for Left Hand’s expansion, including entry into upstate NY, MD, DC, Western PA, and Iowa in 2014. The nearly 21 year old brewery is now the 38th largest craft beer brewery in the country by volume and distributed in 28 states and the District of Columbia.

Fortunately, growth has not compromised quality. Left Hand won 3 Gold medals at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival, a 2013 Gold European Beer Star and most recently a Gold award at the 2014 World Beer Cup. “Left Hand has really pushed the envelope in the last couple of years by being the first craft brewery to bottle nitrogenated beer while continuing to produce beers that have consistently set the standard within multiple style categories,” notes Lyle Stutzman from Johnson Brothers. “Not only are we excited to have flagship favorites like Sawtooth Ale back, but also bring the Nitro series of beers to Iowa for the first time!”

Johnson Brothers will distribute Left Hand’s perennial line and Nitro series including: Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Ale & Sawtooth Nitro, 400 Pound Monkey IPA, Black Jack Porter, Polestar Pilsner, Stranger Pale Ale, Left Hand’s variety pack – Mountain Mixer as well as seasonals and limited editions. A series of launch events will be held in Iowa the first week of August including release parties at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival, el Bait Shop, Zombie Burger, and more!

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Left Hand Brewing returns to Iowa in early August

BeerNews.org - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:23

Press Release: 

(Longmont, CO) – Left Hand Brewing Company is excited to announce their return to the Iowa market in early August! Left Hand, in partnership with Johnson Brothers of Iowa, will officially re-enter the state and feature their award-winning portfolio of balanced and innovative brands including Milk Stout Nitro. “We’re thrilled to re-introduce Left Hand to the Iowa market and to offer our accounts and beer drinkers the full line of one of the most recognized breweries in the country,” comments Lyle Stutzman of Johnson Brothers.

Outpaced demand forced Left Hand to temporarily withdraw from the state in 2011, in order to maintain quality and service standards. In recent years, Left Hand has undergone a significant production expansion, including a new bottling hall, 6K sq. ft. cooler, and the addition of eight-480 bbl fermenters. As a result, barrelage has increased 78% in volume since 2011, yielding 65,879 bbls in 2013 and on track for over 80K in 2014. The increased capacity has allowed for Left Hand’s expansion, including entry into upstate NY, MD, DC, Western PA, and Iowa in 2014. The nearly 21 year old brewery is now the 38th largest craft beer brewery in the country by volume and distributed in 28 states and the District of Columbia.

Fortunately, growth has not compromised quality. Left Hand won 3 Gold medals at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival, a 2013 Gold European Beer Star and most recently a Gold award at the 2014 World Beer Cup. “Left Hand has really pushed the envelope in the last couple of years by being the first craft brewery to bottle nitrogenated beer while continuing to produce beers that have consistently set the standard within multiple style categories,” notes Lyle Stutzman from Johnson Brothers. “Not only are we excited to have flagship favorites like Sawtooth Ale back, but also bring the Nitro series of beers to Iowa for the first time!”

Johnson Brothers will distribute Left Hand’s perennial line and Nitro series including: Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Ale & Sawtooth Nitro, 400 Pound Monkey IPA, Black Jack Porter, Polestar Pilsner, Stranger Pale Ale, Left Hand’s variety pack – Mountain Mixer as well as seasonals and limited editions. A series of launch events will be held in Iowa the first week of August including release parties at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival, el Bait Shop, Zombie Burger, and more!

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Ends Soon: SYNEK Countertop Kegerator Kickstarter Campaign

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 12:54

A heads up that SYNEK Draft System's Kickstarter campaign is set to end soon.  They have far exceeded their Kickstarter goal.  SYNEK is a complete counter top draft system that utilizes 128 ounce cartridges.  Kickstarter pricing expires at the end of the campaign on Thrusday at 10 AM CST.  Retail pricing will most likely go up to $349 afterwards.

Check out their Kickstarter Page for complete details.
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