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Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide by Randy Mosher – Pre-Order

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 11:00
“Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide to What to Drink and When to Drink It” by Randy Mosher Best-selling beer author Randy Mosher leads you on a delicious tour of beer-tasting opportunities through the year. Organized by season, the book guides you through all the best summer fests and seasonal beer releases and helps […]
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10 Barrel Brewing opens Portland brewpub

BeerNews.org - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 09:46

Press Release:

(Bend, OR) – Portland! We promised you a pub and we have come through. Our 10 Barrel Portland brewpub will open its doors to beer lovers on March 16, pouring 20 taps of year-round and limited release beers. The brewpub is centered around our Portland-made Metalcraft Fabrication 20-barrel brewhouse where head brewer Whitney Burnside will be brewing one-off and unique beers, most of which will only be available at the pub. Alongside Whitney’s beers the taps will be pouring an ever-changing list of year-round and limited release beers from Bend and Boise including many of Shawn Kelso and Tonya Cornett’s award winning beers.

“We are thrilled to finally open our Portland pub after much anticipation,” said Garrett Wales, co-founding partner of 10 Barrel. “We’re stoked to have Whitney on board, unleash her talents, give her the freedom to take every creative liberty imaginable in the brewhouse, and watch what happens. The pub menu will have some of our Bend and Boise favorites, including our infamous Steak & Gorgonzola Nachos and hand-crafted pies, as well as some new things created just for Portland.”

“I’m so excited to have the pub open and get these taps flowing,” added Burnside. “I have the freedom here to brew whatever I want to, so there are definitely some big ideas in the works; and to be right here in the Pearl in the middle of all the buzz of excitement for innovation and good beer and food is pretty amazing.”

The 10 Barrel Portland brew pub is located at 1411 N.W. Flanders St. in the Pearl District and will be open from 11am-11pm Sunday through Thursday, and 11am to Midnight on Friday and Saturdays. The pub will be staffed by 94 beer loving locals and plans to host unique beer events throughout the year. The Portland pub will carry on 10 Barrel’s Charity Tuesdays tradition, where all proceeds from sales on the last Tuesday of the month will benefit a designated charity. The 6,229-square-foot space can seat up to 175 and is on track to open additional rooftop seating by the summer.

About 10 Barrel Brewing Co:
10 Barrel Brewing Co. is a Bend, Oregon based brewery with one simple mindset… brew beer, drink beer and have fun doing it. 10 Barrel’s year-round and limited release beers can be found in retail throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho and at its pubs in Bend, Boise and Portland. For more information check out www.10barrel.com or get social at fb.com/10barrelbrewingco and @10barrelbrewing on Instagram and Twitter.

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10 Barrel Brewing opens Portland brewpub

BeerPulse - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 09:46

Press Release:

(Bend, OR) – Portland! We promised you a pub and we have come through. Our 10 Barrel Portland brewpub will open its doors to beer lovers on March 16, pouring 20 taps of year-round and limited release beers. The brewpub is centered around our Portland-made Metalcraft Fabrication 20-barrel brewhouse where head brewer Whitney Burnside will be brewing one-off and unique beers, most of which will only be available at the pub. Alongside Whitney’s beers the taps will be pouring an ever-changing list of year-round and limited release beers from Bend and Boise including many of Shawn Kelso and Tonya Cornett’s award winning beers.

“We are thrilled to finally open our Portland pub after much anticipation,” said Garrett Wales, co-founding partner of 10 Barrel. “We’re stoked to have Whitney on board, unleash her talents, give her the freedom to take every creative liberty imaginable in the brewhouse, and watch what happens. The pub menu will have some of our Bend and Boise favorites, including our infamous Steak & Gorgonzola Nachos and hand-crafted pies, as well as some new things created just for Portland.”

“I’m so excited to have the pub open and get these taps flowing,” added Burnside. “I have the freedom here to brew whatever I want to, so there are definitely some big ideas in the works; and to be right here in the Pearl in the middle of all the buzz of excitement for innovation and good beer and food is pretty amazing.”

The 10 Barrel Portland brew pub is located at 1411 N.W. Flanders St. in the Pearl District and will be open from 11am-11pm Sunday through Thursday, and 11am to Midnight on Friday and Saturdays. The pub will be staffed by 94 beer loving locals and plans to host unique beer events throughout the year. The Portland pub will carry on 10 Barrel’s Charity Tuesdays tradition, where all proceeds from sales on the last Tuesday of the month will benefit a designated charity. The 6,229-square-foot space can seat up to 175 and is on track to open additional rooftop seating by the summer.

About 10 Barrel Brewing Co:
10 Barrel Brewing Co. is a Bend, Oregon based brewery with one simple mindset… brew beer, drink beer and have fun doing it. 10 Barrel’s year-round and limited release beers can be found in retail throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho and at its pubs in Bend, Boise and Portland. For more information check out www.10barrel.com or get social at fb.com/10barrelbrewingco and @10barrelbrewing on Instagram and Twitter.

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Craft Beer Share Reaches 10%

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 09:28
The preliminary numbers for 2014 are out, and the news is fairly spectacular, especially if you remember Kim Jordan’s keynote speech in New Orleans predicting and challenging the industry to set 10 percent share of the market as an attainable goal. The Brewers Association today revealed that...

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Complete Pin Lock Kegging System $194.99 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 09:15
Product Description – Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount. Includes… 5 gallon rebuilt Pin Lock Cornelius keg with new gaskets Beer line assembly with hand held style faucet New aluminum 5 lb CO2 tank Gas line assembly – Pin Lock Dual gauge regulator with check valve (keep reading) Basic Homebrew Draft System – Pin Lock KEG400G – […]
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The Brew Bag Purpose Made BIAB Bag – 10% Off All Orders

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 08:00
The Brew Bag® is a Made in the USA, purpose designed BIAB bag.  It has four loops for lifting the bag out of your kettle, every seam is reinforced for long life and it is available in a number of sizes for kettles, keggles and coolers.  If they don’t carry the size you want, The Brew […]
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Patent No. 1132218A: Bottle-Filling Machine

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 03/16/2015 - 07:28
Today in 1977, US Patent 1132218 A was issued, an invention of Adolph Schneider, for his “Bottle-Filling Machine.” There’s no Abstract, but the description states that the “present invention relates to that type of mechanism used for the purpose of packaging carbonated...

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Beer In ADs #1495: Most Of The Things I Like Best Begin With ‘B’

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 22:06
Sunday’s ad is for Rheingold Beer, from 1952. “‘Most of the Things I Like Best Begin with ‘B’ — beagles, bands, beer,’ says TV star Harry James. ‘Here’s my favorite beagle — Bugle. My favorite band instrument? You guessed it — the trumpet. as for beer...

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Marzen Madness 2015

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 16:08
I may not be college basketball’s biggest fan, but I do still enjoy March Madness every year. The tournament is usually a fun diversion for a few weeks each year, so for the fifth straight year, I’ve set up a fantasy game, similar to fantasy football. It’s a bracket game through...

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Patent No. 4011896A: Apparatus For Rapidly Dispensing Beer Into Open Cups

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 13:12
Today in 1977, US Patent 4011896 A was issued, an invention of John W. Nilon and Thomas J. King, for their “Apparatus for Rapidly Dispensing Beer into Open Cups.” Here’s the Abstract: Beer is stored in vessels located in a refrigerated storage area before passing through...

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The Next Session Asks: Cans Or Bottles?

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 11:44
For the 98th Session, our host is Nathan Pierce, who writes the blog for Microbrewr. He’s asking us all to weigh in on what’s better, what you prefer, and/or what’s the deal with “Cans or Bottles?” Essentially he wants to know your take on the packaging wars. Alright,...

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Universal Poppets – $2.19

Homebrew Finds - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 11:00
Universal poppets for $2,19 each.  Use to replace leaky gas and liquid poppets. I use universal poppets exclusively when rebuilding kegs.  Tip: 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 – $2.19 Related: Bulk Keg Orings and Keg Repair […]
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Patent No. PP15663P2: Hop Plant Named ‘YCR Accession No. 4’

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 09:27
Today in 2005, US Patent PP15663 P2 was issued, an invention of Charles E. Zimmermann, assigned to Select Botanicals Group, L.L.C., for his “Hop Plant Named ‘YCR Accession No. 4.'” Here’s the Abstract: A new hop plant (Humulus lupulus) is disclosed. The new variety is used...

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Brand New 5 Gallon Ball Locks $75

Homebrew Finds - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 09:00
AIH has these brand new NSF Certified Ball Lock Kegs on sale for… $75. These are 1: New, 2: NSF Certified, 3: Ball Lock 4: 5 Gallon Capacity and 5: Have double rubber handles.  Typically double rubber handle kegs cost more compared to single strap handle kegs.  In all, these are marked down about $45 and are […]
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Pellet Hops – from $10.59/lb

Homebrew Finds - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 08:00
RiteBrew has a good selection of pellet hop lbs available starting at $10.59 per lb (Cascade). Hops are nitrogen flushed, stored in oxygen barrier bags at freezer temps. Check it out – Here Also Consider: RiteBrew’s Bargain Bin Recent RiteBrew Finds:
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Beer In Ads #1494: Small Talk

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 23:52
Saturday’s ad is another one for Budweiser, from the 1958. By “Small Talk,” they really mean small print, which A-B claims “the tiny printing on the label tells you exactly what makes Budweiser so good.” But I can’t take my eyes off of the two long red nails...

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Anchor To Release Double Liberty IPA

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 19:03
I generally don’t like revealing a new beer coming from a brewery before they’ve officially announced it, preferring to let the brewery manage how that information is announced. But since others have revealed it online, and because it’s pretty big news, I’m breaking my own...

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Patent No. EP 0009614B1: A Brewing Process

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 18:10
Today in 1984, US Patent EP 0009614 B1 was issued, an invention of Kenneth Hartley Geiger, assigned to Labatt Brewing Company Ltd., for his “Brewing Process.” There’s no Abstract, but buried in the description is says that the “object of the present invention is to reduce or...

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Albert Einstein For Beer

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 17:22
In addition to being Pi Day, it’s also the birthday of physicist Albert Einstein, one of the most famous scientists of all-time. By most accounts, Einstein, despite being German, was not a beer drinker. But he may not have been a teetotaler, either. Einstein mentioned in a letter that at a...

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3D Printed Pub Style Tap Handle

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 17:00
I recently got an XYZprinting Da Vinci 3D Printer.  I think 3D Printing has a bunch of possible applications for homebrewing.  From tap handles to stir plates and on and on. Here’s a look at a 3D printed Pub Style Tap Handle designed by “InfiniTTTy” and available on thingiverse.  A link to the STL files and […]
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