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Anchor Brewing Co.’s beer garden at The Yard now open for business

BeerPulse - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 18:46

Press Release:

(San Francisco, CA) – Anchor Brewing Company announces the opening of a beer garden at The Yard at Mission Rock, an 18,000-square-foot pop-up food and retail village.

The Yard will serve as a prototype for the future Mission Rock neighborhood development and will open in March 2015 operating 7 days a week, year round. Temporarily located in Giants Parking Lot A, adjacent to AT&T Park, The Yard—constructed of repurposed shipping containers —will feature a rotating selection of shops and vendors, public space, cultural programming and events.

In 2013, Anchor Brewing announced plans to construct a permanent home in Mission Rock with the development of a world-class facility at Pier 48 as part of the Mission Rock Development Project. Headed by the San Francisco Giants, The Mission Rock Development is a new, mixed use urban neighborhood, which will include residential and office units, restaurants, retail space, public amenities, and an all-new brewing facility from Anchor Brewing. While Anchor will maintain its iconic Potrero Hill brewery, the addition of the Pier 48 facility will quadruple Anchor’s annual brewing capacity and feature production facilities for brewing, distilling, packaging, storing, and shipping; and a restaurant, museum and educational facility in the headhouse of Pier 48.

“We are always looking for fun and innovative ways of bringing the community together while enjoying one of our Anchor beers. The opening of The Yard will allow us to do just that in a whole new way,” said Anchor Brewing CEO Keith Greggor. “We’re excited to launch our beer garden at The Yard, a pop-up across McCovey Cove from the ballpark. Giants fans have been enjoying Anchor Steam Beer for years, and now we can provide another opportunity for fans and other visitors to gather, drink Steam and try all of our other beers too.”

Anchor Brewing’s beer garden at The Yard will be located in Parking Lot A at the corner of 3rd Street and Terry Francois Blvd. in San Francisco starting March 2015.

To learn more about Anchor Brewing, visit www.AnchorBrewing.com.

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Anchor Brewing Co.’s beer garden at The Yard now open for business

BeerNews.org - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 18:46

Press Release:

(San Francisco, CA) – Anchor Brewing Company announces the opening of a beer garden at The Yard at Mission Rock, an 18,000-square-foot pop-up food and retail village.

The Yard will serve as a prototype for the future Mission Rock neighborhood development and will open in March 2015 operating 7 days a week, year round. Temporarily located in Giants Parking Lot A, adjacent to AT&T Park, The Yard—constructed of repurposed shipping containers —will feature a rotating selection of shops and vendors, public space, cultural programming and events.

In 2013, Anchor Brewing announced plans to construct a permanent home in Mission Rock with the development of a world-class facility at Pier 48 as part of the Mission Rock Development Project. Headed by the San Francisco Giants, The Mission Rock Development is a new, mixed use urban neighborhood, which will include residential and office units, restaurants, retail space, public amenities, and an all-new brewing facility from Anchor Brewing. While Anchor will maintain its iconic Potrero Hill brewery, the addition of the Pier 48 facility will quadruple Anchor’s annual brewing capacity and feature production facilities for brewing, distilling, packaging, storing, and shipping; and a restaurant, museum and educational facility in the headhouse of Pier 48.

“We are always looking for fun and innovative ways of bringing the community together while enjoying one of our Anchor beers. The opening of The Yard will allow us to do just that in a whole new way,” said Anchor Brewing CEO Keith Greggor. “We’re excited to launch our beer garden at The Yard, a pop-up across McCovey Cove from the ballpark. Giants fans have been enjoying Anchor Steam Beer for years, and now we can provide another opportunity for fans and other visitors to gather, drink Steam and try all of our other beers too.”

Anchor Brewing’s beer garden at The Yard will be located in Parking Lot A at the corner of 3rd Street and Terry Francois Blvd. in San Francisco starting March 2015.

To learn more about Anchor Brewing, visit www.AnchorBrewing.com.

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Set of 4, 16 Oz Belgian Beer Glasses – $18.82, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 18:39
Set of 4 Belgian Beer Glasses from Libbey.  16 oz.  Rounded Bowl… “allows for subtle warming of the beer via heat transfer from the hand.” 3/23/15 8:37 PM Central: This highly rated set of four glasses has dropped nearly $30 from $48.49 to $18.82.  That figures to just $4.71 each.  Compare that to the (current) […]
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4 Bubbler Plastic Carboys (5 or 6 Gallon) for $69

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 18:24
Midwest Supplies has four packs of Bubbler PET Plastic Fermenters (both 5 and 6 gallon) for $99.99.  For a limited time they are discounting them by $30.99 down to $69. Grab the full details and promo code Recent Great Deals:
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Kenmore 7 Cu Ft Deep Freeze – $164.99! Save… $125

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 14:15
Kenmore’s 7 Cubic Ft Chest Freezer Model 12702 sells for $289.99.  It’s marked down $120 to $169.99.  Use promo/coupon code SEARS5OFF50 and another $5 comes off.  That makes the total price $164.99.  The last time this appeared on HBF it was selling for $189.99 with sale and promo code.  The current deal beats that by $25.  In […]
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Reader Tip: 24″ Stainless Brewer’s Whisk – Extract, All Grain and Whirlpooling… $11.21

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 13:30
Thanks to HBF Reader Tysen for this tip!  There are 8 Ways to Connect with HBF I own this whisk.  It’s one of our Top Finds.  I think every full batch brewer should consider pickup one it.  Check out my hands on review of this whisk – Here This whisk is great for: 1.  Stirring in extract.  It easily […]
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Helles Bock Recipe Kit – $30, Save 33% + Yeast Included

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 12:02
Adventures in Homebrewing has discounted their Helles Bock Recipe Kit by 33% from $45 to $30.  They are also throwing in yeast.  From the description “This Helles Bock is perfect for the Spring days ahead!” (keep reading) Check it out – Here Also Consider: All Current Sale Items Recent AIH Finds:
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Fresh Wyeast Pre-Order Coming Up

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 11:48
RiteBrew does a periodic Wyeast Pre-Order.  You get your choice of any strain of Wyeast yeast that they carry, regardless of stock level.  You also get shipment from fresh stock right when it comes in.  You can order other items as well, however, your whole order will be held until the yeast arrives and is quickly sent out. […]
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Free $20 Gift Card from Northern Brewer

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 11:39
Spend $125 at Northern Brewer and get a free $20 Gift Card.  Some exclusions apply, valid while supplies last. Check out the full details and grab the coupon code Bundles With: $7.99 Flat Rate Shipping More from Northern Brewer:
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Left Hand Brewing to enter Southern California starting in May with Craft Beer Guild

BeerPulse - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 10:30

Press Release:

(Longmont, CO) – At long last … get ready to pour hard, California! Left Hand Brewing Co. is excited to announce their arrival to Southern CA this late spring, opening the San Diego, Orange County, and greater Los Angeles markets including Ventura and Santa Barbara. Left Hand, in partnership with The Sheehan Family Companies, DBA Craft Beer Guild Distributing of San Diego (San Diego County), and Craft Beer Guild of Los Angeles (Greater Los Angeles) will officially enter the state featuring the brewery’s award winning portfolio of balanced and innovative brands. “The teams at both CBGD Los Angeles and CBGD San Diego are honored and privileged to represent Left Hand Brewing throughout Southern California. Their World Class line up of brands, led by arguably the most innovative and exciting brand in years, Nitro Milk Stout, are the perfect complement to our existing portfolio. We’re very much looking forward to bringing Left Hand to thirsty Californians”, said Robert Hodson, Corporate Brand Manager of the Sheehan Family Companies.

Coming off a recent expansion into New England, Left Hand Brewing is headed west to open their 34th state. “Our brewery and fan base has been looking forward to this for many years,” comments Chris Lennert, VP Operations. “There’s not a day that goes by that we don’t get a phone call, an email, a tweet asking when they can find Left Hand in California. It’s been a long time coming!” Following a 13% barrelage increase in 2014 with double digit growth since 2006, Left Hand Brewing has progressively worked towards steady expansion to meet demand and expand their Nitro series. “We’ve had our eye on the golden state for some time, and now we are really ready for it,” states National Sales Manager, Jason Ingram. “Left Hand takes all new distribution opportunities with serious care, ensuring our commitment to quality, the distributor, and its impact on our existing footprint.” After 1.5 years of development, Left Hand will begin their entrance into California, starting with Southern CA, with anticipation to enter Northern CA in the future.

The two Craft Beer Guild companies will distribute Left Hand’s perennial line and Nitro series including: Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Ale & Sawtooth Nitro, Introvert IPA, 400 Pound Monkey IPA, Black Jack Porter, Polestar Pilsner, as well as seasonals, limited editions and their Mountain Mixer mixed pack. Left Hand Brewing will kick-off their SoCal arrival in San Diego on May 20th and Los Angeles on June 8th.

About Left Hand Brewing Company
Celebrating twenty-one years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. Left Hand is one of the most honored and recognized breweries in the state, with over 24 Great American Beer Festival medals, 9 World Beer Cup awards, and 7 European Beer Star awards. Famous for their Nitro series, Left Hand Brewing was the first craft brewery to release a bottled nitrogenated beer. Left Hand’s collection of perennial and seasonal beers are available in 34 states & DC. “Sometimes you’re not in the mood for what everyone else is having.”

Distribution: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA, WI

About the Sheehan Family Companies
Through four generations of family ownership and one hundred and sixteen years in business, the Sheehan Family Companies have grown to be one of the ten largest wholesalers in the country. This has been made possible through the company’s mission of partnering with world class people, who produce world class brands, with world class potential.

The Sheehan Family Companies first expanded to the West Coast in 2012 with the opening of Craft Beer Guild of San Diego. The following year the Sheehan Family Companies ventured up the I-5 to launch Craft Beer Guild of Los Angeles. Both Craft San Diego and Craft LA are proud to distribute the finest American craft, specialty and imported beers that the world has to offer.

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Left Hand Brewing to enter Southern California starting in May with Craft Beer Guild

BeerNews.org - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 10:30

Press Release:

(Longmont, CO) – At long last … get ready to pour hard, California! Left Hand Brewing Co. is excited to announce their arrival to Southern CA this late spring, opening the San Diego, Orange County, and greater Los Angeles markets including Ventura and Santa Barbara. Left Hand, in partnership with The Sheehan Family Companies, DBA Craft Beer Guild Distributing of San Diego (San Diego County), and Craft Beer Guild of Los Angeles (Greater Los Angeles) will officially enter the state featuring the brewery’s award winning portfolio of balanced and innovative brands. “The teams at both CBGD Los Angeles and CBGD San Diego are honored and privileged to represent Left Hand Brewing throughout Southern California. Their World Class line up of brands, led by arguably the most innovative and exciting brand in years, Nitro Milk Stout, are the perfect complement to our existing portfolio. We’re very much looking forward to bringing Left Hand to thirsty Californians”, said Robert Hodson, Corporate Brand Manager of the Sheehan Family Companies.

Coming off a recent expansion into New England, Left Hand Brewing is headed west to open their 34th state. “Our brewery and fan base has been looking forward to this for many years,” comments Chris Lennert, VP Operations. “There’s not a day that goes by that we don’t get a phone call, an email, a tweet asking when they can find Left Hand in California. It’s been a long time coming!” Following a 13% barrelage increase in 2014 with double digit growth since 2006, Left Hand Brewing has progressively worked towards steady expansion to meet demand and expand their Nitro series. “We’ve had our eye on the golden state for some time, and now we are really ready for it,” states National Sales Manager, Jason Ingram. “Left Hand takes all new distribution opportunities with serious care, ensuring our commitment to quality, the distributor, and its impact on our existing footprint.” After 1.5 years of development, Left Hand will begin their entrance into California, starting with Southern CA, with anticipation to enter Northern CA in the future.

The two Craft Beer Guild companies will distribute Left Hand’s perennial line and Nitro series including: Milk Stout & Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Ale & Sawtooth Nitro, Introvert IPA, 400 Pound Monkey IPA, Black Jack Porter, Polestar Pilsner, as well as seasonals, limited editions and their Mountain Mixer mixed pack. Left Hand Brewing will kick-off their SoCal arrival in San Diego on May 20th and Los Angeles on June 8th.

About Left Hand Brewing Company
Celebrating twenty-one years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. Left Hand is one of the most honored and recognized breweries in the state, with over 24 Great American Beer Festival medals, 9 World Beer Cup awards, and 7 European Beer Star awards. Famous for their Nitro series, Left Hand Brewing was the first craft brewery to release a bottled nitrogenated beer. Left Hand’s collection of perennial and seasonal beers are available in 34 states & DC. “Sometimes you’re not in the mood for what everyone else is having.”

Distribution: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA, WI

About the Sheehan Family Companies
Through four generations of family ownership and one hundred and sixteen years in business, the Sheehan Family Companies have grown to be one of the ten largest wholesalers in the country. This has been made possible through the company’s mission of partnering with world class people, who produce world class brands, with world class potential.

The Sheehan Family Companies first expanded to the West Coast in 2012 with the opening of Craft Beer Guild of San Diego. The following year the Sheehan Family Companies ventured up the I-5 to launch Craft Beer Guild of Los Angeles. Both Craft San Diego and Craft LA are proud to distribute the finest American craft, specialty and imported beers that the world has to offer.

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Reader Tip: Discounted Rare Earth Magnets for Stir Plates, Stir Bar Keepers and Drip Trays

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 10:14
Thanks to HBF Reader Bill for this tip!  There are 8 Ways to Connect with HBF Promo code 8magne takes an extra 8% off banggood’s already low prices on rare earth magnets.  It looks like items ship directly from Asia.  Check it out – Here.  I’ve never used this retailer before.  Leave us a comment if you […]
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Patent No. 3174650A: Bung Withdrawing Assembly

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 09:51
Today in 1965, US Patent 3174650 A was issued, an invention of Frank A. Bellato, for his “Bung Withdrawing Assembly.” There’s no Abstract, but the description states simply that the “invention relates to a device for removing the wooden bungs from beer kegs and similar...

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Great Deal: 5,000 mL Erlenmeyer Flask – $32.95

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 09:18
Product Description – Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount. Erlenmeyer Flask (5000 ml) Y450 – $32.95 + Free Shipping with $59 Order 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. Recent More Beer Finds:
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Great Lakes Brewing to launch refreshed packaging in May, Sharpshooter debuts in June

BeerPulse - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 08:40

Press Release:

(Cleveland, OH) – Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) launched their refreshed logo to the public in January and are now releasing new packaging artwork for their five year-round brands.

The new label artwork was handcrafted by artist Darren Booth, who is known for creating detailed paintings with collage elements. GLBC provided Booth with archival materials relevant to each brand, that were incorporated into his paintings. These discoverable elements bring additional storytelling opportunities to each package.

Booth visited GLBC in the summer of 2014 to learn the history behind the existing labels. GLBC owners and team members briefed him on narratives for each brand and supplied unique collage pieces for Booth to include in his artwork. Throughout 2014, what began as sketched concepts evolved into colorful, detailed paintings, all of which incorporate textures and mementos from GLBC’s 27 years in the craft beer industry.

“Our customers may be familiar with Eliot Ness as a historical figure, but they may not know that our mother was his stenographer, or that he used to frequent our historic taproom. Darren’s beautiful paintings include so many layers that allow us to share these kinds of details. They’re more than just labels. They’re conversation pieces,” says GLBC co-owner Pat Conway, who, with brother and co-owner Dan Conway, is actively involved in the brand refresh process. On the bottom of GLBC’s new packages, customers will find similar stories that reveal the history behind each brew.

Booth was commissioned to create label artwork for GLBC’s five year-round beers and nine seasonals. The year-round packages will hit shelves beginning in May. In June, GLBC will release their first seasonal with refreshed packaging: Sharpshooter Session Wheat IPA. Brewed with orange peel and Jarrylo hops, Sharpshooter is a hoppy wheat beer named for Ohio-born exhibition shooter Annie Oakley.

Along with refreshed packaging, GLBC will release redesigned taphandles, signage, and merchandise around Memorial Day. A new company website will launch in May, along with the new Great Lakes Brewing Company Beer Symposium—a visitor’s center and event space.

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Great Lakes Brewing to launch refreshed packaging in May, Sharpshooter debuts in June

BeerNews.org - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 08:40

Press Release:

(Cleveland, OH) – Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) launched their refreshed logo to the public in January and are now releasing new packaging artwork for their five year-round brands.

The new label artwork was handcrafted by artist Darren Booth, who is known for creating detailed paintings with collage elements. GLBC provided Booth with archival materials relevant to each brand, that were incorporated into his paintings. These discoverable elements bring additional storytelling opportunities to each package.

Booth visited GLBC in the summer of 2014 to learn the history behind the existing labels. GLBC owners and team members briefed him on narratives for each brand and supplied unique collage pieces for Booth to include in his artwork. Throughout 2014, what began as sketched concepts evolved into colorful, detailed paintings, all of which incorporate textures and mementos from GLBC’s 27 years in the craft beer industry.

“Our customers may be familiar with Eliot Ness as a historical figure, but they may not know that our mother was his stenographer, or that he used to frequent our historic taproom. Darren’s beautiful paintings include so many layers that allow us to share these kinds of details. They’re more than just labels. They’re conversation pieces,” says GLBC co-owner Pat Conway, who, with brother and co-owner Dan Conway, is actively involved in the brand refresh process. On the bottom of GLBC’s new packages, customers will find similar stories that reveal the history behind each brew.

Booth was commissioned to create label artwork for GLBC’s five year-round beers and nine seasonals. The year-round packages will hit shelves beginning in May. In June, GLBC will release their first seasonal with refreshed packaging: Sharpshooter Session Wheat IPA. Brewed with orange peel and Jarrylo hops, Sharpshooter is a hoppy wheat beer named for Ohio-born exhibition shooter Annie Oakley.

Along with refreshed packaging, GLBC will release redesigned taphandles, signage, and merchandise around Memorial Day. A new company website will launch in May, along with the new Great Lakes Brewing Company Beer Symposium—a visitor’s center and event space.

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Saint Arnold Brewing expanding distribution to Miami starting April 6th

BeerPulse - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 08:19

Press Release:

(Houston, TX) – Saint Arnold Brewing Co., the oldest craft brewery in Texas, today announced its long-awaited expansion to Miami. The decision comes nearly a year and a half after Saint Arnold first established a presence in the Florida panhandle and along the Florida Gulf Coast.

“We wanted to take time to establish a solid footprint along the Gulf Coast before expanding into Miami,” said Saint Arnold Founder/Brewer Brock Wagner. “During that time, we have seen demand for craft beer explode throughout Florida. We are very excited to join the Miami craft beer community.”

Eagle Brands Sales has signed on as Saint Arnold’s Miami distributor. Starting the week of April 6th, Saint Arnold’s most popular brands, including Fancy Lawnmower, Santo, and the brewery’s rotating selection of seasonal offerings, plus the brewery’s fastest growing brand – Ale Wagger – will be available throughout Southern Florida, including the Florida Keys.

Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower Beer – A true German-style Kölsch that is crisp yet has a sweet malty body that is balanced by a complex, citrus hop character. This delicate flavor is achieved through multiple additions of German Hallertauer hops.

Santo – The originator of the black Kölsch style, it is brewed using a Kölsch recipe with the addition of Munich and black malt. It is light bodied and floral yet with a distinct dark malt flavor.

Saint Arnold Ale Wagger – A beautiful, deep copper brown ale. It has a full, malty body with hints of chocolate, a touch of sweetness and a light hop flavor. A portion of proceeds support local animal welfare initiatives.

Saint Arnold Seasonals – When combined, Saint Arnold’s seasonal selection is the brewery’s top seller. It includes Spring Bock, Summer Pils, Oktoberfest, Christmas Ale and Winter Stout.

Coinciding with Saint Arnold’s introduction to Miami, Wagner will meet with craft beer enthusiasts on April 8th and 9th, discussing the brewery he established more than 20 years ago, sampling beers and sharing his brewing philosophies. Planned events include:

Wednesday, April 8

The Butcher Shop
165 NW 23rd St.
4-7 PM
Featuring: Elissa IPA, Fancy Lawnmower, Santo, Spring Bock and Endeavour

Kush – Wynwood
2003 N Miami Ave.
7-10 PM
Featuring: Bishop’s Barrel No. 7, Boiler Room Berliner Weisse, Santo and Fancy Lawnmower

Thursday, April 9

Over the Counter
1250 South Miami Ave.
4-7 PM Yappy Hour
Featuring: Ale Wagger, Fancy Lawnmower and Santo

American Social – Brickell
690 SW 1st Ct.
7-10 PM
Featuring: Divine Reserve No. 15, Elissa IPA, Fancy Lawnmower, Santo and Spring Bock

Saint Arnold Brewing is named for Saint Arnold of Metz, the patron saint of brewers. Ranked 48th on the Brewers Association’s list of top craft breweries, Saint Arnold operates out of a 104,000 square foot 3-story brick building originally constructed in 1914. Saint Arnold’s brewhouse was imported from Klosterbrauerei Raitenhaslach, a Bavarian monastery. Saint Arnold beers are now available throughout Texas and Louisiana, as well as the entire Gulf Coast of Florida to the Florida Keys.

Twitter: @saintarnold
Facebook: www.facebook.com/saintarnold
Instagram: @saintarnoldbrewing

About Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold Brewing’s 16 brews are made and sold by the company’s staff of 70 dedicated employees. Ranked 45th on the Brewers Association list of top craft breweries, Saint Arnold was listed by USA Today as one of the “10 great places to see what’s brewing in beer,” and Smart Meetings magazine named it among the “Top 5 breweries to host an event.” Saint Arnold is located at 2000 Lyons Avenue and its brewery tour and tasting is offered every weekday at 3:00 P.M. and Saturdays starting at 11 A.M. For more information on Saint Arnold’s eight year-round and five seasonal beers as well as root beer, log on to www.saintarnold.com.

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Saint Arnold Brewing expanding distribution to Miami starting April 6th

BeerNews.org - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 08:19

Press Release:

(Houston, TX) – Saint Arnold Brewing Co., the oldest craft brewery in Texas, today announced its long-awaited expansion to Miami. The decision comes nearly a year and a half after Saint Arnold first established a presence in the Florida panhandle and along the Florida Gulf Coast.

“We wanted to take time to establish a solid footprint along the Gulf Coast before expanding into Miami,” said Saint Arnold Founder/Brewer Brock Wagner. “During that time, we have seen demand for craft beer explode throughout Florida. We are very excited to join the Miami craft beer community.”

Eagle Brands Sales has signed on as Saint Arnold’s Miami distributor. Starting the week of April 6th, Saint Arnold’s most popular brands, including Fancy Lawnmower, Santo, and the brewery’s rotating selection of seasonal offerings, plus the brewery’s fastest growing brand – Ale Wagger – will be available throughout Southern Florida, including the Florida Keys.

Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower Beer – A true German-style Kölsch that is crisp yet has a sweet malty body that is balanced by a complex, citrus hop character. This delicate flavor is achieved through multiple additions of German Hallertauer hops.

Santo – The originator of the black Kölsch style, it is brewed using a Kölsch recipe with the addition of Munich and black malt. It is light bodied and floral yet with a distinct dark malt flavor.

Saint Arnold Ale Wagger – A beautiful, deep copper brown ale. It has a full, malty body with hints of chocolate, a touch of sweetness and a light hop flavor. A portion of proceeds support local animal welfare initiatives.

Saint Arnold Seasonals – When combined, Saint Arnold’s seasonal selection is the brewery’s top seller. It includes Spring Bock, Summer Pils, Oktoberfest, Christmas Ale and Winter Stout.

Coinciding with Saint Arnold’s introduction to Miami, Wagner will meet with craft beer enthusiasts on April 8th and 9th, discussing the brewery he established more than 20 years ago, sampling beers and sharing his brewing philosophies. Planned events include:

Wednesday, April 8

The Butcher Shop
165 NW 23rd St.
4-7 PM
Featuring: Elissa IPA, Fancy Lawnmower, Santo, Spring Bock and Endeavour

Kush – Wynwood
2003 N Miami Ave.
7-10 PM
Featuring: Bishop’s Barrel No. 7, Boiler Room Berliner Weisse, Santo and Fancy Lawnmower

Thursday, April 9

Over the Counter
1250 South Miami Ave.
4-7 PM Yappy Hour
Featuring: Ale Wagger, Fancy Lawnmower and Santo

American Social – Brickell
690 SW 1st Ct.
7-10 PM
Featuring: Divine Reserve No. 15, Elissa IPA, Fancy Lawnmower, Santo and Spring Bock

Saint Arnold Brewing is named for Saint Arnold of Metz, the patron saint of brewers. Ranked 48th on the Brewers Association’s list of top craft breweries, Saint Arnold operates out of a 104,000 square foot 3-story brick building originally constructed in 1914. Saint Arnold’s brewhouse was imported from Klosterbrauerei Raitenhaslach, a Bavarian monastery. Saint Arnold beers are now available throughout Texas and Louisiana, as well as the entire Gulf Coast of Florida to the Florida Keys.

Twitter: @saintarnold
Facebook: www.facebook.com/saintarnold
Instagram: @saintarnoldbrewing

About Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold Brewing’s 16 brews are made and sold by the company’s staff of 70 dedicated employees. Ranked 45th on the Brewers Association list of top craft breweries, Saint Arnold was listed by USA Today as one of the “10 great places to see what’s brewing in beer,” and Smart Meetings magazine named it among the “Top 5 breweries to host an event.” Saint Arnold is located at 2000 Lyons Avenue and its brewery tour and tasting is offered every weekday at 3:00 P.M. and Saturdays starting at 11 A.M. For more information on Saint Arnold’s eight year-round and five seasonal beers as well as root beer, log on to www.saintarnold.com.

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Ends Soon: $1 Shipping Flash Sale at Great Fermentations!

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 07:29
Great Fermentations has announced a quick $1 flat rate shipping Flash Sale for orders over $30! Nearly everything site wide is included in the sale.  No coupon or promo code is required. Often excluded Blichmann Gear is.. not excluded.  Great Fermentations has one of the best lineups of Blichmann Gear, including replacement parts and pieces that I’m aware of.  Whammo. […]
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Heads Up: Heat Resistant Silicone Gloves on Lightning Deals

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/23/2015 - 07:23
Heat Resistant Silicone Gloves from KitchCo Includes Two Silicone Heat Resistant Cooking Gloves For Temperatures Up To 446F (230°C) The Grill Gloves have a Raised Texture. They are Flexible, Light, Durable and Easy to Clean A No-Slip Five Finger Design With a Strong Grip that Allows Safe Movement Of Hot Pans, Food and Racks 100 […]
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