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Beer In Ads #1292: Litter Is A Slap In America’s Face

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 08/24/2014 - 23:51
Sunday’s ad is later one from the United States Brewers Association — and associated industries — from the 1970s. This was part of the “Pitch In!” anti-littering campaign undertaken by Anheuser-Busch and other major brewers during the heyday of Ecology. This one may have been...

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Brand New 5 Gallon Ball Lock Kegs – $89.99

Homebrew Finds - Sun, 08/24/2014 - 09:23

Home Brew Stuff has these brand new ball lock kegs marked down to $89.99.  They also qualify for Home Brew Stuff’s $7.95 Flat Rate Shipping Promo.  For Comparison: This is selling for $99.99 + $9.85 Shipping

5 Gallon Ball Lock Home Brew Keg w/ Rubber Bottom - $89.99 + $7.95 Flat Rate Shipping

Related: Current Sale Items

Also from HBS:

These 8 and 15 gallon heavy duty stainless kettles with tri-clad bottom, lid, thermometer and ball valve are on clearance.  These kettles have welded ports.  That’s a bonus, it means you won’t be messing with weldless kits.  The 8 gallon is $109.99, the 15 gallon is… $149.99.  That’s an amazing price for a welded, heavy duty 15 gallon kettle with thermometer and ball valve.  These kettles are on clearance because the welds have minor cosmetic flaws.  The cosmetic flaws do not affect functionality.  They are guaranteed leak free.  See the product description for more details and photos.  Both of these kettles also qualify for $7.95 Flat Rate Shipping.

From HBF Reader Jonathan… I bought one of these 15 gallon for $190 back in May. I’ve used it for an all grain 5 gallon batch, all grain 10 gallon and an extract 10 gallon and the pot has worked really well. The pot is wider than it is tall – at 18 inches in diameter. Lid is a good tight fit and everything seems well constructed.

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Beer In Ads #1291: Who Says Beer Is A Man’s Beverage?

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 08/23/2014 - 22:07
Saturday’s ad is another one from the United States Brewers Foundation, from 1961. This was part of the “Beer Belongs” series, but after the numbered “Home Life in America” run. This one shows a pair of female golfers either after a round of golf, or taking a break...

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Brewery Incubator closes 19 months after raising $36k on Kickstarter

BeerPulse - Sat, 08/23/2014 - 13:23

Indeed, I had agreed to host a naked game night: a completely private event that takes place at bars all over Houston regularly. We covered all the windows and had someone working the door. Only one thing went wrong: an employee of the architectural services firm next door that has access to our hallways was working long after business hours and stumbled upon a game of strip Twister in the hall.

(Note: closure may not be permanent as equipment is now in storage and a partner to help revive the business may be sought.)

More >> The Brewery Incubator.

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Brewery Incubator closes 19 months after raising $36k on Kickstarter

BeerNews.org - Sat, 08/23/2014 - 13:23

Indeed, I had agreed to host a naked game night: a completely private event that takes place at bars all over Houston regularly. We covered all the windows and had someone working the door. Only one thing went wrong: an employee of the architectural services firm next door that has access to our hallways was working long after business hours and stumbled upon a game of strip Twister in the hall.

(Note: closure may not be permanent as equipment is now in storage and a partner to help revive the business may be sought.)

More >> The Brewery Incubator.

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Roller Coaster Couch Trippin’ in San Diego

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 23:50
I flew down to San Diego this afternoon, a quick trip to speak at the Beer Bloggers Conference tomorrow. Tonight, Lagunitas threw a party for the attendees after a dinner at Karl Strauss Brewing. One of the fun things they did for the brewhaha was a green screen couch ride for the Couch...

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Beer In Ads #1290: Good For You Grilling

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 21:44
Friday’s ad is still another one from the United States Brewers Foundation, also from 1959. This was part of the “Beer Belongs” series, but after the numbered “Home Life in America” run. After a man manages to grill to steaks to perfection — “Good for you! — boy...

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Craft Beer Kings to hold August Cellar Sale on Sunday, 8/24 from 9am to 3pm PDT

BeerPulse - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 14:02

Sponsored [Paid] Post:

Craft Beer Kings announced on Friday its next Cellar Sale… taking place this Sunday August 24th from 9am PDT to 3pm PDT. More below via email newsletter. <-- SIGN UP!

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We are doing a little cellar clean up to make room for other things coming in. we will start the sale at 9 am. We will do these cellar cleanups every month or so. So if you guys don't have any luck there is next time! Here are some of the things we are expected to release:

Cantillon Iris
Almanac Dogpatch Sour
Almanac Bourbon Sour Porter
Almanac Farmers Reserve Citrus
Almanac Dark Pumpkin Sour
Almanac Cerise Blond Sour
Prairie Bomb
Prairie Bible Belt
Firestone Stickee Monkee
Firestone Parabola
Firestone Sucaba
Firestone 17
Firestone Double Dba
Caldera Mogli
Port Older Viscosity
The Bruery Sucre
Avery Rufus corvus
2012 Stone RIS
Lost Abbey Track 9
Lost Abbey Deliverance
Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa
Cascade Strawberrry
Cascade Sang Royal
Cascade Noyaux
Hangar 24 Hammerhead
Hangar 24 Pugachevs Cobra
Deschutes Mirror Mirror
Deschutes Black Butte
and many more!
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In addition to a traditional build-your-own-order service, Craft Beer Kings offers:

1) a flat rate and free shipping program; features free shipping Nationwide and in California on orders hitting a certain threshold. Click that link for the most current rates and information.

2) mystery boxes, some of which come in different styles like barrel-aged, West Coast IPA and Sour Editions.

3) a memberships for year-round discounts. Save up to 20%!

4) clothing apparel, beef jerky and other swag

When you sign up as a new member, you will get $5 off your first order. Not ready to order yet? Sign up for the email newsletter to be first in the know on new beers added to the e-shop.

Follow social media updates:

 

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Obligatory disclaimer: BeerPulse only acts as a conduit of information and carries no responsibility in the fulfillment of the order. You must be at least 21 years of age to order alcohol in the U.S.. Supporting stores like Craft Beer Kings helps support BeerPulse as well so we would encourage you to do business with them.

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Craft Beer Kings to hold August Cellar Sale on Sunday, 8/24 from 9am to 3pm PDT

BeerNews.org - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 14:02

Sponsored [Paid] Post:

Craft Beer Kings announced on Friday its next Cellar Sale… taking place this Sunday August 24th from 9am PDT to 3pm PDT. More below via email newsletter. <-- SIGN UP!

---

We are doing a little cellar clean up to make room for other things coming in. we will start the sale at 9 am. We will do these cellar cleanups every month or so. So if you guys don't have any luck there is next time! Here are some of the things we are expected to release:

Cantillon Iris
Almanac Dogpatch Sour
Almanac Bourbon Sour Porter
Almanac Farmers Reserve Citrus
Almanac Dark Pumpkin Sour
Almanac Cerise Blond Sour
Prairie Bomb
Prairie Bible Belt
Firestone Stickee Monkee
Firestone Parabola
Firestone Sucaba
Firestone 17
Firestone Double Dba
Caldera Mogli
Port Older Viscosity
The Bruery Sucre
Avery Rufus corvus
2012 Stone RIS
Lost Abbey Track 9
Lost Abbey Deliverance
Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa
Cascade Strawberrry
Cascade Sang Royal
Cascade Noyaux
Hangar 24 Hammerhead
Hangar 24 Pugachevs Cobra
Deschutes Mirror Mirror
Deschutes Black Butte
and many more!
---

In addition to a traditional build-your-own-order service, Craft Beer Kings offers:

1) a flat rate and free shipping program; features free shipping Nationwide and in California on orders hitting a certain threshold. Click that link for the most current rates and information.

2) mystery boxes, some of which come in different styles like barrel-aged, West Coast IPA and Sour Editions.

3) a memberships for year-round discounts. Save up to 20%!

4) clothing apparel, beef jerky and other swag

When you sign up as a new member, you will get $5 off your first order. Not ready to order yet? Sign up for the email newsletter to be first in the know on new beers added to the e-shop.

Follow social media updates:

 

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Obligatory disclaimer: BeerPulse only acts as a conduit of information and carries no responsibility in the fulfillment of the order. You must be at least 21 years of age to order alcohol in the U.S.. Supporting stores like Craft Beer Kings helps support BeerPulse as well so we would encourage you to do business with them.

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Two Airtight Grain Storage Containers & Scoop – $18.39, Better Than Record Low

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:54

This combination of two food safe, airtight storage containers along with a scoop is selling for $22.99.  That’s a great deal and just $1.73 off the record low Amazon price of $21.26.  If you look on the product page, you’ll notice a “Clip Coupon” button.  Click that and the price drops 20% to $18.39, $2.87 below the record low.  Ships free with Prime or a qualifying $35 order.  This only applies to the blue indigo/gray version.  Other colors are selling for up to… $36.95.

As to capacity…. This combo has appeared on HBF in the past. Here is some feedback we’ve received.. “Mine arrived yesterday and I managed to fit a 50lb sack of 2 row in them.”

IRIS Airtight Pet Food Container Combo Kit, Blue Indigo/Gray - $18.39 + Free Shipping with $35 order

Related: GF Annual Great Grain SaleReader Tip: Bags of Grain from $36.24

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Alaskan Pumpkin Porter graduates from Pilot Series to company’s first fall seasonal

BeerPulse - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:36

News Wire: 

(Juneau, AK) – Alaskan Pumpkin Porter is the newest seasonal release from Juneau-based Alaskan Brewing Company, available in 12-oz bottles and on draft in the 17 states where the brewery now distributes. Introduced as a Pilot Series last year, response was so strong that a seasonal slot was a natural next step.

“We’ve been known for our Smoked Porter for years, so we built on that foundation to give a unique perspective on a pumpkin beer,” said Alaskan brewer Brent Kesey. “We wanted to give that great pumpkin pie flavor but not go overboard on sweetness, and that’s where the smoky flavor comes in.”

By using some of Alaskan’s famous alder wood-smoked malt in the brew, this pumpkin ale avoids a cloying taste and instead leaves a clean, slightly smoky aftertaste. The resulting robust, full-bodied porter also has a, frankly, crazy amount of pumpkin – over 11 pounds per barrel.

A native plant of North America, pumpkins were first used in beer in colonial America as a substitute for hard-to-find malt, and none other than the father of our country George Washington had a highly touted recipe.

The long daylight hours in the summer makes Alaska home to some of the world’s largest pumpkins. The pumpkin creates a smooth richness that provides some comfort while the Alaskan nights grow longer and colder. In addition to the pumpkin and smoked malt, brown sugar and holiday spices are added to create an aroma and flavor reminiscent of grandma’s pumpkin pie.

Alaskan Brewing’s take on this American tradition will be available through October of this year.

Alaskan Pumpkin Porter

Original Gravity: 1.068
ABV: 7.0%
Bitterness: 25 IBUs
Color: 60 SRM

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Alaskan Pumpkin Porter graduates from Pilot Series to company’s first fall seasonal

BeerNews.org - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:36

News Wire: 

(Juneau, AK) – Alaskan Pumpkin Porter is the newest seasonal release from Juneau-based Alaskan Brewing Company, available in 12-oz bottles and on draft in the 17 states where the brewery now distributes. Introduced as a Pilot Series last year, response was so strong that a seasonal slot was a natural next step.

“We’ve been known for our Smoked Porter for years, so we built on that foundation to give a unique perspective on a pumpkin beer,” said Alaskan brewer Brent Kesey. “We wanted to give that great pumpkin pie flavor but not go overboard on sweetness, and that’s where the smoky flavor comes in.”

By using some of Alaskan’s famous alder wood-smoked malt in the brew, this pumpkin ale avoids a cloying taste and instead leaves a clean, slightly smoky aftertaste. The resulting robust, full-bodied porter also has a, frankly, crazy amount of pumpkin – over 11 pounds per barrel.

A native plant of North America, pumpkins were first used in beer in colonial America as a substitute for hard-to-find malt, and none other than the father of our country George Washington had a highly touted recipe.

The long daylight hours in the summer makes Alaska home to some of the world’s largest pumpkins. The pumpkin creates a smooth richness that provides some comfort while the Alaskan nights grow longer and colder. In addition to the pumpkin and smoked malt, brown sugar and holiday spices are added to create an aroma and flavor reminiscent of grandma’s pumpkin pie.

Alaskan Brewing’s take on this American tradition will be available through October of this year.

Alaskan Pumpkin Porter

Original Gravity: 1.068
ABV: 7.0%
Bitterness: 25 IBUs
Color: 60 SRM

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36″ Mash Paddle… $14.99

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:19

Home Brew Stuff offers this 36″/3′ Wood Mash Paddle for just $14.99.  It ships as part of Home Brew Stuff’s Flat Rate Shipping Promo.

36″ Wood Mash Paddle – $14.99

Tip: Save money by taking advantage of $7.95 Flat Rate Shipping.  Nearly everything qualifies.  Combining items you’ll need in the near future with this order, saves you shipping vs placing multiple orders.

Related: Current Sale Items

Also from HBS:

These 8 and 15 gallon heavy duty stainless kettles with tri-clad bottom, lid, thermometer and ball valve are on clearance.  These kettles have welded ports.  That’s a bonus, it means you won’t be messing with weldless kits.  The 8 gallon is $109.99, the 15 gallon is… $149.99.  That’s an amazing price for a welded, heavy duty 15 gallon kettle with thermometer and ball valve.  These kettles are on clearance because the welds have minor cosmetic flaws.  The cosmetic flaws do not affect functionality.  They are guaranteed leak free.  See the product description for more details and photos.  Both of these kettles also qualify for $7.95 Flat Rate Shipping.

From HBF Reader Jonathan… I bought one of these 15 gallon for $190 back in May. I’ve used it for an all grain 5 gallon batch, all grain 10 gallon and an extract 10 gallon and the pot has worked really well. The pot is wider than it is tall – at 18 inches in diameter. Lid is a good tight fit and everything seems well constructed.

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Funkwerks introduces its first four-packs

BeerPulse - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:01

News Wire: 

(Fort Collins, CO) – Funkwerks, the award-winning Saison-focused brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado, is now packaging in 330ml bottle 4-packs. Now, Funkwerks customers can enjoy the same beloved Tropic King and the award-winning flagship Saison in a smaller, more convenient bottle.

For three years now, Funkwerks has been bottling solely in 750 ml bottles. Brad Lincoln, co-owner/co-founder explains, “people tend to save larger bottles of beer for a special occasion or to share with others.” Smaller bottles provide more variety, accessibility, and the convenience of enjoying a single beer without the commitment of a larger bottle.

“Smaller bottles additionally help in maintaining freshness,” explains Gordon Schuck, co-owner/co-founder, “if people are opening a larger bottle and saving half of it for a later time, the beer will lose it’s carbonation and quickly oxidize with more air left in the bottle.”

Previously Funkwerks did not have the capacity to accommodate the increase in production that would come with bottling in 330 ml bottles, but their recent expansion of two 30-barrel fermenters increased their fermentation capacity by almost 43%. “It’s a relief to have more fermenters. We are certainly using them,” said Gordon.

Now with the ability to brew more beer, Funkwerks has also decided to return to kegging their beer in half barrels, reducing the cost per fluid ounce for accounts.

For more information on our beer, upcoming events, tastings, recipes and more, visit Funkwerks’ website and follow the company on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and enjoy the blog.

The Funkwerks Story:
In 2007 Gordon Schuck’s recipe design and brewing skills resulted in a gold medal-winning Saison at the National Homebrew Competition. Brad Lincoln first experienced craft beer while working as an accountant in Portland, OR. The two met during the winter of 2009 while attending the Siebel Institute and studying brewing science. After being immersed in beer for the better part of five months, the two graduated and shared a desire to open a brewery. This resulted in the Saison-focused brewery that is now Funkwerks, opening December 9, 2010. Funkwerks’ three mainline beers, Saison, Tropic King, and Deceit are produced year round. Also brewed annually are three seasonals, a number of small experimental batches, and select barrel-aged releases. Funkwerks flagship Saison was awarded a gold medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and a silver medal in 2011. Deceit, a Belgian-Style golden strong ale, was also awarded a gold medal at the GABF in 2012. Most recently, Deceit was awarded a silver medal at the 2014 World Cup of Beer® in the Belgian-Style Pale Strong Ale category. In addition to receiving two goldmedals in 2012, the GABF named Funkwerks the 2012 Small Brewing Company of the Year. Funkwerks is located at 1900 East Lincoln Avenue in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The tasting room- complete with an indoor bar, retail area and spacious outdoor, dog-friendly patio- is open 7 days a week: Sunday 11am-8pm; Monday through Thursday 12pm-8pm; Friday 12pm-9pm; and Saturday 11am-9pm. Brewery tours are given Saturdays at 2pm and 4pm. Funkwerks is currently distributed in Colorado by American Eagle Distributing and C.R. Goodman, in Nebraska by Quality Brands of Omaha and Double Eagle Beverage, and in Arizona by the Hensley Beverage Company.

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Funkwerks introduces its first four-packs

BeerNews.org - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 13:01

News Wire: 

(Fort Collins, CO) – Funkwerks, the award-winning Saison-focused brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado, is now packaging in 330ml bottle 4-packs. Now, Funkwerks customers can enjoy the same beloved Tropic King and the award-winning flagship Saison in a smaller, more convenient bottle.

For three years now, Funkwerks has been bottling solely in 750 ml bottles. Brad Lincoln, co-owner/co-founder explains, “people tend to save larger bottles of beer for a special occasion or to share with others.” Smaller bottles provide more variety, accessibility, and the convenience of enjoying a single beer without the commitment of a larger bottle.

“Smaller bottles additionally help in maintaining freshness,” explains Gordon Schuck, co-owner/co-founder, “if people are opening a larger bottle and saving half of it for a later time, the beer will lose it’s carbonation and quickly oxidize with more air left in the bottle.”

Previously Funkwerks did not have the capacity to accommodate the increase in production that would come with bottling in 330 ml bottles, but their recent expansion of two 30-barrel fermenters increased their fermentation capacity by almost 43%. “It’s a relief to have more fermenters. We are certainly using them,” said Gordon.

Now with the ability to brew more beer, Funkwerks has also decided to return to kegging their beer in half barrels, reducing the cost per fluid ounce for accounts.

For more information on our beer, upcoming events, tastings, recipes and more, visit Funkwerks’ website and follow the company on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and enjoy the blog.

The Funkwerks Story:
In 2007 Gordon Schuck’s recipe design and brewing skills resulted in a gold medal-winning Saison at the National Homebrew Competition. Brad Lincoln first experienced craft beer while working as an accountant in Portland, OR. The two met during the winter of 2009 while attending the Siebel Institute and studying brewing science. After being immersed in beer for the better part of five months, the two graduated and shared a desire to open a brewery. This resulted in the Saison-focused brewery that is now Funkwerks, opening December 9, 2010. Funkwerks’ three mainline beers, Saison, Tropic King, and Deceit are produced year round. Also brewed annually are three seasonals, a number of small experimental batches, and select barrel-aged releases. Funkwerks flagship Saison was awarded a gold medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and a silver medal in 2011. Deceit, a Belgian-Style golden strong ale, was also awarded a gold medal at the GABF in 2012. Most recently, Deceit was awarded a silver medal at the 2014 World Cup of Beer® in the Belgian-Style Pale Strong Ale category. In addition to receiving two goldmedals in 2012, the GABF named Funkwerks the 2012 Small Brewing Company of the Year. Funkwerks is located at 1900 East Lincoln Avenue in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The tasting room- complete with an indoor bar, retail area and spacious outdoor, dog-friendly patio- is open 7 days a week: Sunday 11am-8pm; Monday through Thursday 12pm-8pm; Friday 12pm-9pm; and Saturday 11am-9pm. Brewery tours are given Saturdays at 2pm and 4pm. Funkwerks is currently distributed in Colorado by American Eagle Distributing and C.R. Goodman, in Nebraska by Quality Brands of Omaha and Double Eagle Beverage, and in Arizona by the Hensley Beverage Company.

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Universal Poppets… $2.09

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 12:41

At $2.09 these universal poppets are a bargain.  Along those lines, their availability is touch and go.  The last time I posted about them, toward the end of July, they sold out in relatively short order.  They are back in stock again as of this posting.

I use universal poppets exclusively when rebuilding kegs.  These fit the vast majority of kegs without issue.  I have had a couple kegs that ended up being a bit too tight with these

843332 – Universal Poppet - $2.09

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10 Gallon HLT with Thermometer – $174.95 Shipped, Save $35

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 12:30

Today’s More Beer Deal of the Day is a 10 Gallon HLT with built in thermometer.  At $174.95 + Free Shipping, this is the lowest price we’ve seen by $5.

Product Description - Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

10 Gallon Cooler Hot Liquor Tank With Thermometer AG345 - $209.95 $174.95 + Free Shipping

Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day.  Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section Here - to see if this is still available.

Limited Time:

More Beer is offering Homebrew Finds Readers 20% off their line of Quick Disconnect Stainless Fittings.  The selection includes 5 variations 1/2″ FPT Female QD1/2″ MPT Female QD1/2″ MPT Male QD1/2″ Barb Male and 1/2″ Barb Female.  Prices start at $7.96 and Shipping is Free with a $59 order.

Use promo/coupon code HBFQUICK20 to take 20% off.  Check it out - Here

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Allagash Brewing Co. launches Western New York distribution next week

BeerPulse - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 12:30

News Wire: 

(Portland, ME) – Allagash beer is returning to Western and Central New York State. After an absence of 5 years, Allagash Brewing Company is partnering with distributors in the network of its current partner, Sheehan Family Companies to expand its territory across New York State.

TJ Sheehan and Tri-Valley Beverage, both part of Sheehan Family Companies distribution network, will begin selling Allagash Beers on August 25, across 31 additional counties. This expansion across New York State will complete the Allagash footprint across the state.

Sheehan Family Companies distributes Allagash Brewing Company throughout its current footprint, across all 5 boroughs in New York City, Long Island, and up through Albany.

“We are excited to bring our full lineup of beers back into these counties,” said Naomi Neville, National Sales Director for Allagash Brewing Company. “Building on our existing distributor relationships, combined with our existing sales support, makes the expansion simple and efficient.”

“We are excited to be bringing the great beers of Allagash back to Western New York just in time for Labor Day, and even more excited to be expanding our partnership with one of the industry’s truly great craft brewers” said Mike Brazel, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Sheehan Family Companies.

“We have a great relationship with the Sheehan Family Companies,” said founder Rob Tod. “We’ve been looking forward to the date we could return ever since we reduced our distribution due to capacity constraints.”

Launch events and tastings will be scheduled across Western and Central New York state beginning the week of August 25th. To learn more, visit our website at Allagash.com or follow us at @AllagashDave on Twitter.

Full list of new counties:
Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Erie, Genesee, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monrole, Niagara, Oneida, Ontario, Onondaga, Orleans, Oswega, Otsego, Schuyler, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates

About Allagash Brewing Company
Allagash was founded by Rob Tod in 1995, and has grown from a one-man operation into one of the Top 50 Craft Breweries in U.S. (by sales volume) and a spot on Maine’s Best Places to Work list in 2013. Allagash brews Belgian inspired beers and is best known for its flagship beer, Allagash White. Allagash has won many national and international awards in its 19 years, and is viewed as a leader of innovative brewing techniques in the craft beer world. Being environmentally and socially responsible is a core value at Allagash, constantly working to lessen the environmental impact of their operations. Allagash distributes beer in 17 states and DC.

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