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Speidel Fermenters on Sale for HBF Readers! + Hands on Review

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 06:00
MoreBeer is discounting several sizes of Speidel Fermenters for HBF Readers!  The lineup includes 3.2, 5.3, 7.9, 15.9 and 31.7 gallon sizes.  Coupon code HBFSPEIDEL10 takes 10% off any quantity of these fermenters.  Shipping is free to most US address with a $59 order. I’ve been a Speidel Fermenter user for years.  These are great fermenters! […]
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Ends Today: Home Brew Supply President’s Day Sale! – over 80 items on sale

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 05:00
Home Brew Supply has launched a President’s Day Sale.  Over 80 items are marked down. Some Picks: Star San | Candi Sugar (multiple varieties) $4/lb | Chugger Pump – $99 | 3 Way Gas Manifold – $21… $7/trunk | Full Port Stainless Steel Cooler Bulkhead | D180 Belgian Candi Syrup – $4.50 | 100 Narrow […]
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DogTap Columbus: BrewDog opens its first USA beer bar, its largest ever worldwide

BeerPulse - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 04:57

[Press Release:]

(Columbus, OH) – Irreverent craft brewery, BrewDog, today officially lands in the American craft beer scene with the launch of its first US bar, DogTap Columbus. With its brewery in Ohio on the verge of launch, DogTap will whet the appetite of beer aficionados across the state, teeing them up for the highly-anticipated opening of BrewDog’s first international brewery, which will open in Spring. BrewDog’s second US bar, located in Franklinton, is also due to open late Summer 2017.

The Scottish export started life on the rugged north east coast of Scotland when James Watt and Martin Dickie set out on a mission to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as they were. Fast forward ten years, and the company now employs nearly 1000 people worldwide, exports from Scotland to 60 countries, and operates 50 bars around the world.

The founders also hosted 3 seasons of ‘Brew Dogs’, the longest running beer TV show, which aired on American television. The new brewery in Ohio has been partially funded by BrewDog’s crowdfunding programme, Equity for Punks, which has raised in excess of £40million (~$50million) for the UK company since 2009.

Located at 96 Gender Road, DogTap will not only be BrewDog’s first offering in America, but also its biggest bar worldwide.

With 300 seats, two shuffle board tables, pin ball and arcade machines, the newest venue for those evangelical about great craft beer will provide the ideal haven of hops and retro gaming.

Its food menu has been carefully crafted to pair big flavours with the range of beers on tap, and will be available from launch.

The bar will feature a growler machine, and of the twelve draft lines in the bar, six will run BrewDog’s biggest, boldest headliners. The other six will serve up guest beers from local Ohio breweries, Rhinegeist, Rockmill, Seventh Son, Land Grant, Fat Heads, and Jackie O.

Known for championing the craft beer scene at every level, BrewDog is famous for hand-picking local craft beers for every location it throws open its doors, providing a platform for peers in the industry and making its beer selection as eclectic and exciting as possible.

BrewDog’s brand new, state-of-the-art 100,000 square foot brewery in Columbus, Ohio, which will be one of the most technologically-advanced and environmentally-friendly breweries in the world, will open in mid-2017.

Once up and running, DogTap Columbus will sell fresh BrewDog beer, served on draft and packaged on the new canning line on site.

Expansion into the US has been made possible by BrewDog’s innovative business model, Equity for Punks, which is the most successful crowdfunding scheme of any company on record.

BrewDog also announced the distribution deals within its home State last week.

The brewery made international news last week when it announced it had introduced ‘Puppy Parental Leave’, whereby all its staff can benefit from 7 days paid leave when they get a new dog.

Amassing 50,000 shareholders over four rounds, and raising £40m through crowdfunding since 2009, BrewDog’s shareholder community has fueled the craft beer revolution all over the world, with 50 bars launched from Rome to Tokyo to São Paulo.

Noted as the first company to appear in five consective editions of the annual Sunday Times Fast Track 100 companies, the stratospheric rise of BrewDog has converted millions to the craft cause, and with the opening of DogTap Columbus (and BrewDog’s USA brewery on the horizon), America is set to become an exciting new launchpad for BrewDog’s mission towards world domination.

QUOTATIONS

James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, commented:

“We’re gearing up to open the brewery in Ohio, and we’re mega excited to bring BrewDog beer to Columbus Hop Heads in the form of DogTap, our biggest bar ever, and our first US venue. The craft beer scene in America is second to none, and we’re psyched to share some of our best beers with the locals. We’re known across the world for pushing boundaries in brewing, and we want to give Columbus a taste of this before we launch our new brewery later in the year.”

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DogTap Columbus: BrewDog opens its first USA beer bar, its largest ever worldwide

BeerNews.org - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 04:57

[Press Release:]

(Columbus, OH) – Irreverent craft brewery, BrewDog, today officially lands in the American craft beer scene with the launch of its first US bar, DogTap Columbus. With its brewery in Ohio on the verge of launch, DogTap will whet the appetite of beer aficionados across the state, teeing them up for the highly-anticipated opening of BrewDog’s first international brewery, which will open in Spring. BrewDog’s second US bar, located in Franklinton, is also due to open late Summer 2017.

The Scottish export started life on the rugged north east coast of Scotland when James Watt and Martin Dickie set out on a mission to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as they were. Fast forward ten years, and the company now employs nearly 1000 people worldwide, exports from Scotland to 60 countries, and operates 50 bars around the world.

The founders also hosted 3 seasons of ‘Brew Dogs’, the longest running beer TV show, which aired on American television. The new brewery in Ohio has been partially funded by BrewDog’s crowdfunding programme, Equity for Punks, which has raised in excess of £40million (~$50million) for the UK company since 2009.

Located at 96 Gender Road, DogTap will not only be BrewDog’s first offering in America, but also its biggest bar worldwide.

With 300 seats, two shuffle board tables, pin ball and arcade machines, the newest venue for those evangelical about great craft beer will provide the ideal haven of hops and retro gaming.

Its food menu has been carefully crafted to pair big flavours with the range of beers on tap, and will be available from launch.

The bar will feature a growler machine, and of the twelve draft lines in the bar, six will run BrewDog’s biggest, boldest headliners. The other six will serve up guest beers from local Ohio breweries, Rhinegeist, Rockmill, Seventh Son, Land Grant, Fat Heads, and Jackie O.

Known for championing the craft beer scene at every level, BrewDog is famous for hand-picking local craft beers for every location it throws open its doors, providing a platform for peers in the industry and making its beer selection as eclectic and exciting as possible.

BrewDog’s brand new, state-of-the-art 100,000 square foot brewery in Columbus, Ohio, which will be one of the most technologically-advanced and environmentally-friendly breweries in the world, will open in mid-2017.

Once up and running, DogTap Columbus will sell fresh BrewDog beer, served on draft and packaged on the new canning line on site.

Expansion into the US has been made possible by BrewDog’s innovative business model, Equity for Punks, which is the most successful crowdfunding scheme of any company on record.

BrewDog also announced the distribution deals within its home State last week.

The brewery made international news last week when it announced it had introduced ‘Puppy Parental Leave’, whereby all its staff can benefit from 7 days paid leave when they get a new dog.

Amassing 50,000 shareholders over four rounds, and raising £40m through crowdfunding since 2009, BrewDog’s shareholder community has fueled the craft beer revolution all over the world, with 50 bars launched from Rome to Tokyo to São Paulo.

Noted as the first company to appear in five consective editions of the annual Sunday Times Fast Track 100 companies, the stratospheric rise of BrewDog has converted millions to the craft cause, and with the opening of DogTap Columbus (and BrewDog’s USA brewery on the horizon), America is set to become an exciting new launchpad for BrewDog’s mission towards world domination.

QUOTATIONS

James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, commented:

“We’re gearing up to open the brewery in Ohio, and we’re mega excited to bring BrewDog beer to Columbus Hop Heads in the form of DogTap, our biggest bar ever, and our first US venue. The craft beer scene in America is second to none, and we’re psyched to share some of our best beers with the locals. We’re known across the world for pushing boundaries in brewing, and we want to give Columbus a taste of this before we launch our new brewery later in the year.”

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Brewer’s Friend – New Android Updates + Free Unlimited Time Trial Account

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 04:00
Brewer’s Friend is a cloud based brewing software that helps you track and formulate recipes and manage your brew day.  Since it’s cloud based, you’ll have access to recipes, calculators and brew day resources wherever you’re at.   Brewer’s Friend offers a generous non-expiring trial account.  With the trial account you can have 5 recipes and […]
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7 Gallon FerMonster Wide Mouth Fermenter – $24.99 + Speidel Sale

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/21/2017 - 03:04
7 gallon wide mouth Fermonster Fermenter from MoreBeer   Product Description – Here – Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount. Speidel Sale: MoreBeer is taking 10% Off a lineup of Speidel Fermenters for HBF Readers.  Since MoreBeer’s cart accepts multiple coupon codes, you could get in on both the Speidel Deal and a discounted […]
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Beer In Ads #2193: Heineken Refreshes J.R. Ewing

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 22:41
Monday’s ad is for Heineken, from the 1970s. In the later 1970s, Heineken embarked on a series of ads with the tagline “Heineken Refreshes the Parts Other Beers Cannot Reach.” Many of the ads were in a sequential panel, or comic strip, format and they were intended to be humorous....

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Ends Soon: 3 Way CO2 Gas Manifold – $21, $7/Trunk

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 21:00
3 Way Check Valve with 1/4″ Barbs.  Each of the four runs has a ball valve with an integrated check valve. Check Valves.  The check valve ensures that liquid doesn’t backflow from one line to another.  It’s not common for beer to backfeed up a line, but it is certainly possible. Barb Fittings.  Each of […]
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ThermoPro Digital Thermometer – $10.99

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 19:59
Digital Thermometer by ThermoPro.  4-7 second response time.  3.8″ food grade stainless probe.  Foldable design.  Wide range – -58°F ~ 572°F.  Uses included and easy to find AAA batteries [Search: AmazonBasics Batteries] 2/20/17 10 PM Central: This highly rated thermometer is marked down to $10.99 (a 63% discount from list) and is featured on Amazon’s Daily […]
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6 Oz Amarillo Pellet Hops – FREE! with William’s Brewing Order

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 19:30
As of this posting, coupon code AMARILLO gets you 6 free ounces of Amarillo Pellets when you spend $80 or more at William’s Brewing.  Note that you do not need to add the 6 oz of Amarillo to your cart.  Just apply promo code AMARILLO and the free hops will be added to your order. 6 Oz Amarillo at […]
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Historic Beer Birthday: Joseph F. Hausmann

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 18:10
Today is the birthday of Joseph F. Hausmann (February 20, 1887-November 30, 1916). I couldn’t find much of anything about Hausmann, apart from this. He was the brewmaster of Capital Brewery in Madison, Wisconsin, which was founded in 1854. In 1891 it changed its name to the Hausmann Brewing...

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Coleman 50 Quart Wheeled Cooler + 1 Gallon Jug – $25

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 18:00
As of this posting, Wal-Mart has this 50 quart Coleman Xtreme Wheeled Cooler + 1 Gallon Jug combo marked down to a scant $25.  Order online to reserve yours and pickup in store to skip shipping charges.  Check Wal-Mart for up to the minute price and availability. Coleman Xtreme 50-Quart Wheeled Cooler with 1 Gallon […]
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Stone Tangerine Express IPA expands brewery’s year-round offerings

BeerPulse - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:56

[Press Release:]

Big, bold, hoppy and brewed with whole tangerines and pineapple

(Escondido, CA) – Today, Stone Brewing announces the newest addition to its lineup of year-round offerings, Stone Tangerine Express IPA. Packed with whole tangerine and pineapple, this is Stone and this IPA is big, bold and not for kids. Stone Tangerine Express IPA will debut in bars, restaurants and stores where Stone beers are sold beginning this week.

From time to time Stone is able produce small batches of beer for special events. In this case Steve Gonzalez, Stone’s Senior Manager of Small Batch Brewing & Innovation, worked with Jake Karley, Director of Beverages & Special Projects, P.J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant in the Philadelphia/South New Jersey area to come up with this original beer for the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference in Philadelphia.

“Together they landed on a beer that is really hoppy but at the same time has incredible fruit flavor, which was achieved by using high-quality, whole fruit,” said Jeremy Moynier, Senior Innovation Brewing Manager. “When I tasted it with our co-founder, Greg Koch, and other members of our leadership and sales team, we loved it so much so that we went back to San Diego to hatch the plan for a future nationwide release. Greg was particularly adamant that this beer should be in our year-round lineup and personally championed it through the process. I love that it’s a great hoppy beer but has just the right amount of fresh fruit with a complex, pithy quality to balance it out.”

Stone Tangerine Express IPA pours light golden in color with an aroma that’s bright, juicy and tropical. Stone’s brewers used whole tangerine puree to capture the essence of the bright flavors of the fruit with the addition of whole pineapple for a subtle, yet lingering backnote. Neither the hops nor the fruit dominate, yet together they create several complex fruit layers, which can only be achieved by brewing with the entire fruit. Eight different hops give this beer its marked dankness overtones and refreshing bitterness. It’s an express ticket to a beach hammock getaway with refreshing drink in hand, complete with real fruit character and Stone’s signature bold hop bitterness.

Stone Tangerine Express IPA will be available in 22oz bottles beginning the week of January 30, 2017 with national distribution alongside Stone’s core lineup of beers including Stone IPA, Stone Delicious IPA, Stone Ruination Double IPA 2.0, and the newest hit, Stone Ripper San Diego Pale Ale.

QUICK FACTS
Name: Stone Tangerine Express IPA
Web: stonebrewing.com/tangerineexpress
Stats: 6.7% ABV, 75 IBUs
Availability: 22oz bottles beginning January 30
Hop Varieties: Chinook, Magnum, Centennial, Citra, Sterling, Mosaic, Azzaca, Simcoe
Distribution: National
Find Beer: find.stonebrewing.com

TASTING NOTES
Appearance: Light golden with slight haze.
Aroma: Bright, fresh fruit aromas of pineapple and tangerine combine with citrus and tropical aromas from the hops.
Taste: An explosion of fresh fruit and bright hops join together to create incredibly complex fruit layers. Taste is both juicy, pithy and hoppy leading to a long finish.
Palate: Crisp, clean, and refreshingly bitter. There is a pithy quality similar to biting into hand-peeled fresh fruit, along with the satisfying back-end bitterness one would expect from an IPA.
Overall: Working with fruit can be amazing and so using amazing quality fruit is key to achieving that wonderful freshness. The high-end pureed fruit selected here blends exceptionally well with the aroma and flavors from the hops, creating a multi-layered IPA that also has fresh hoppy dankness and bitterness that superbly rounds out this beer.

SUGGESTED PAIRINGS
The bright citrus and tropical character of this beer goes great with dishes incorporating ingredients such as nuts, whole grains, lean proteins, fresh or dried fruits, and mild cheeses. Avoid pairing with heavily seasoned and rich foods. Barbecue or other smoked foods, steaks, blue cheeses, strong herbs such as rosemary, or excessive use of garlic and chili, these will be more challenging pairings.

Recommendations: Ceviche, Fried Olives, Teriyaki Chicken, Lime Marinated Chicken Tacos, Peach Melba

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Stone Tangerine Express IPA expands brewery’s year-round offerings

BeerNews.org - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:56

[Press Release:]

Big, bold, hoppy and brewed with whole tangerines and pineapple

(Escondido, CA) – Today, Stone Brewing announces the newest addition to its lineup of year-round offerings, Stone Tangerine Express IPA. Packed with whole tangerine and pineapple, this is Stone and this IPA is big, bold and not for kids. Stone Tangerine Express IPA will debut in bars, restaurants and stores where Stone beers are sold beginning this week.

From time to time Stone is able produce small batches of beer for special events. In this case Steve Gonzalez, Stone’s Senior Manager of Small Batch Brewing & Innovation, worked with Jake Karley, Director of Beverages & Special Projects, P.J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant in the Philadelphia/South New Jersey area to come up with this original beer for the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference in Philadelphia.

“Together they landed on a beer that is really hoppy but at the same time has incredible fruit flavor, which was achieved by using high-quality, whole fruit,” said Jeremy Moynier, Senior Innovation Brewing Manager. “When I tasted it with our co-founder, Greg Koch, and other members of our leadership and sales team, we loved it so much so that we went back to San Diego to hatch the plan for a future nationwide release. Greg was particularly adamant that this beer should be in our year-round lineup and personally championed it through the process. I love that it’s a great hoppy beer but has just the right amount of fresh fruit with a complex, pithy quality to balance it out.”

Stone Tangerine Express IPA pours light golden in color with an aroma that’s bright, juicy and tropical. Stone’s brewers used whole tangerine puree to capture the essence of the bright flavors of the fruit with the addition of whole pineapple for a subtle, yet lingering backnote. Neither the hops nor the fruit dominate, yet together they create several complex fruit layers, which can only be achieved by brewing with the entire fruit. Eight different hops give this beer its marked dankness overtones and refreshing bitterness. It’s an express ticket to a beach hammock getaway with refreshing drink in hand, complete with real fruit character and Stone’s signature bold hop bitterness.

Stone Tangerine Express IPA will be available in 22oz bottles beginning the week of January 30, 2017 with national distribution alongside Stone’s core lineup of beers including Stone IPA, Stone Delicious IPA, Stone Ruination Double IPA 2.0, and the newest hit, Stone Ripper San Diego Pale Ale.

QUICK FACTS
Name: Stone Tangerine Express IPA
Web: stonebrewing.com/tangerineexpress
Stats: 6.7% ABV, 75 IBUs
Availability: 22oz bottles beginning January 30
Hop Varieties: Chinook, Magnum, Centennial, Citra, Sterling, Mosaic, Azzaca, Simcoe
Distribution: National
Find Beer: find.stonebrewing.com

TASTING NOTES
Appearance: Light golden with slight haze.
Aroma: Bright, fresh fruit aromas of pineapple and tangerine combine with citrus and tropical aromas from the hops.
Taste: An explosion of fresh fruit and bright hops join together to create incredibly complex fruit layers. Taste is both juicy, pithy and hoppy leading to a long finish.
Palate: Crisp, clean, and refreshingly bitter. There is a pithy quality similar to biting into hand-peeled fresh fruit, along with the satisfying back-end bitterness one would expect from an IPA.
Overall: Working with fruit can be amazing and so using amazing quality fruit is key to achieving that wonderful freshness. The high-end pureed fruit selected here blends exceptionally well with the aroma and flavors from the hops, creating a multi-layered IPA that also has fresh hoppy dankness and bitterness that superbly rounds out this beer.

SUGGESTED PAIRINGS
The bright citrus and tropical character of this beer goes great with dishes incorporating ingredients such as nuts, whole grains, lean proteins, fresh or dried fruits, and mild cheeses. Avoid pairing with heavily seasoned and rich foods. Barbecue or other smoked foods, steaks, blue cheeses, strong herbs such as rosemary, or excessive use of garlic and chili, these will be more challenging pairings.

Recommendations: Ceviche, Fried Olives, Teriyaki Chicken, Lime Marinated Chicken Tacos, Peach Melba

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BrewDog launches “paw-ternity” leave program for owners of new puppies, rescues

BeerPulse - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:35

[Press Release:]

Irreverent craft brewery, BrewDog, announces the launch of its ‘paw-ternity’ leave programme, making it the first brewery in the UK, and the first company in the US, to give workers time off to look after a new dog.

– Staff welcoming a brand new puppy or an older rescue dog into their lives will be given a whole working week’s leave to make sure the four-legged friend in their life gets used to its new surroundings without its new owner being absent.

– Scottish brewery, BrewDog, was started by two men and a dog back in 2007, and both co-founders are commonly found accompanied by canines Simcoe and Dr Gonzo.

– The brewery in Aberdeenshire often hosts many a hound, with all staff welcome to bring their (well-behaved) pets to the workplace.

– The pooch perk will be available for all loyal BrewDog crew members worldwide to take advantage of, with the brand new, state-of-the-art 100,000 square foot brewery in Columbus, Ohio, also launching the ‘Puppy Parental Leave’ programme.

– The Ohio brewery, which will be one of the most technologically advanced, environmentally friendly breweries in the world, will throw open its doors to staff and their pets once officially up and running in Spring 2017.

– As well as time off to take care of new puppies, BrewDog makes sure staff are able to spend time with new baby humans too, with enhanced paternity and maternity pay.

– The Living Wage employer is also the only company in the world to Cicerone train every single member of staff, ensuring everyone at every level knows as much as they can about beer. BrewDog is now the employer of the most Cicerone-trained staff in the world.

– BrewDog’s Unicorn Fund – where 10% of the annual profits are split equally between all staff – is also a popular initiative that has made the company famous for pushing boundaries in more than just beer, along with the Dog Years sabbatical programme where staff can take four weeks off after five years to go and do something exciting.

– With a liberal free beer policy setting it light years ahead of traditional workplaces, the pioneering brewery has ambitions of becoming the best company to work for. Ever.

QUOTATIONS

BrewDog co-founder, James Watt commented:

“It’s not easy trying to juggle work and settle a new dog into your life, and many members of our crew have four-legged friends at home. So we wanted to take the stress out of the situation and let our teams take the time they need to welcome their new puppy or dog into their family. We always want to raise the bar when it comes to offering our staff the best possible benefits; at BrewDog, we care about two things above all else. People and beer. We also just really really like dogs.’

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BrewDog launches “paw-ternity” leave program for owners of new puppies, rescues

BeerNews.org - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:35

[Press Release:]

Irreverent craft brewery, BrewDog, announces the launch of its ‘paw-ternity’ leave programme, making it the first brewery in the UK, and the first company in the US, to give workers time off to look after a new dog.

– Staff welcoming a brand new puppy or an older rescue dog into their lives will be given a whole working week’s leave to make sure the four-legged friend in their life gets used to its new surroundings without its new owner being absent.

– Scottish brewery, BrewDog, was started by two men and a dog back in 2007, and both co-founders are commonly found accompanied by canines Simcoe and Dr Gonzo.

– The brewery in Aberdeenshire often hosts many a hound, with all staff welcome to bring their (well-behaved) pets to the workplace.

– The pooch perk will be available for all loyal BrewDog crew members worldwide to take advantage of, with the brand new, state-of-the-art 100,000 square foot brewery in Columbus, Ohio, also launching the ‘Puppy Parental Leave’ programme.

– The Ohio brewery, which will be one of the most technologically advanced, environmentally friendly breweries in the world, will throw open its doors to staff and their pets once officially up and running in Spring 2017.

– As well as time off to take care of new puppies, BrewDog makes sure staff are able to spend time with new baby humans too, with enhanced paternity and maternity pay.

– The Living Wage employer is also the only company in the world to Cicerone train every single member of staff, ensuring everyone at every level knows as much as they can about beer. BrewDog is now the employer of the most Cicerone-trained staff in the world.

– BrewDog’s Unicorn Fund – where 10% of the annual profits are split equally between all staff – is also a popular initiative that has made the company famous for pushing boundaries in more than just beer, along with the Dog Years sabbatical programme where staff can take four weeks off after five years to go and do something exciting.

– With a liberal free beer policy setting it light years ahead of traditional workplaces, the pioneering brewery has ambitions of becoming the best company to work for. Ever.

QUOTATIONS

BrewDog co-founder, James Watt commented:

“It’s not easy trying to juggle work and settle a new dog into your life, and many members of our crew have four-legged friends at home. So we wanted to take the stress out of the situation and let our teams take the time they need to welcome their new puppy or dog into their family. We always want to raise the bar when it comes to offering our staff the best possible benefits; at BrewDog, we care about two things above all else. People and beer. We also just really really like dogs.’

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Beer Word: Symposium

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:30
Last year, for the members of the North American Guild of Beer Writers, I set up a post-CBC symposium the day after the Craft Brewers Conference ended in Philadelphia. We’ll be doing it again in DC this year, on Friday, April 14. Essentially it’s a mini-CBC and we had six speakers, one...

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Yak & Yeti Brewpub re-brands as Spice Trade Brewing Co., announces reetail expansion

BeerPulse - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:16

[Press Release:]

(Arvada, CO) — The famed Yak & Yeti Brewpub, recognized as one of Colorado’s best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food restaurants and known for its award-winning beers, today announced its rebrand as Spice Trade Brewing Co.

Under the brewing direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler, Spice Trade will be a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti’s Restaurant in Arvada. It will supply the beer for Yak & Yeti’s two other locations, the original restaurant in Westminster and the event center in South Denver. Growlers are available at the brewpub . Spice Trade’s canned beers will be distributed in the Denver Metro area later this year.

Spice Trade produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. “The Yak & Yeti beer has always taken a little bit of inspiration from the culinary world,” says Tyler, who joined the Yak & Yeti team in summer 2016 as Head Brewer, “but this will be the main focus of our beer going forward as we unveil the Spice Trade brand. Our Chai Milk Stout, blended with the owners’ secret, family recipe of chai spices and Jalapeño Lena Pilsner are great examples of our culinary influences.”

Spice Trade will continue to brew Yak & Yeti staples such as the Chai Milk Stout, Jalapeño Lena Pilsner, Himalayan IPA, and Sun Temple IPA. It will add several new ingredient-focused beers to the lineup as well, including Szechuan Saison and Mayan Chocolate Russian Imperial Stout that will debut at the Spice Trade launch party on Wednesday, February 15. Visit the company’s new website, spicetradebrewing.com, for details about this celebration.

ABOUT SPICE TRADE BREWING CO.
Spice Trade Brewing Co. produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. Formerly Yak & Yeti Brewpub, Spice Trade is now a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Arvada Colorado under the direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler who joined the company in summer 2016. The brewery hand-crafts a wide variety of beer in small batches on a 7 barrel brewhouse with a focus on high quality, ingredient centered beer. Find Spice Trade online at spicetradebrewing.com.

ABOUT YAK & YETI
Yak & Yeti was founded in 2003 by Dol Bhattarai in Westminster. The company has since launched the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Brewpub, now called Spice Trade, in Arvada’s oldest historic house on Ralston Road in 2008 and the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Event Center on East Hampden in Denver in 2014. Its beers have been the recipients of multiple Great American Beer Festival® awards and its restaurants are recognized often for serving some of the best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food in the state. Find Yak & Yeti online at theyakandyeti.com.

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Yak & Yeti Brewpub re-brands as Spice Trade Brewing Co., announces reetail expansion

BeerNews.org - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:16

[Press Release:]

(Arvada, CO) — The famed Yak & Yeti Brewpub, recognized as one of Colorado’s best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food restaurants and known for its award-winning beers, today announced its rebrand as Spice Trade Brewing Co.

Under the brewing direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler, Spice Trade will be a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti’s Restaurant in Arvada. It will supply the beer for Yak & Yeti’s two other locations, the original restaurant in Westminster and the event center in South Denver. Growlers are available at the brewpub . Spice Trade’s canned beers will be distributed in the Denver Metro area later this year.

Spice Trade produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. “The Yak & Yeti beer has always taken a little bit of inspiration from the culinary world,” says Tyler, who joined the Yak & Yeti team in summer 2016 as Head Brewer, “but this will be the main focus of our beer going forward as we unveil the Spice Trade brand. Our Chai Milk Stout, blended with the owners’ secret, family recipe of chai spices and Jalapeño Lena Pilsner are great examples of our culinary influences.”

Spice Trade will continue to brew Yak & Yeti staples such as the Chai Milk Stout, Jalapeño Lena Pilsner, Himalayan IPA, and Sun Temple IPA. It will add several new ingredient-focused beers to the lineup as well, including Szechuan Saison and Mayan Chocolate Russian Imperial Stout that will debut at the Spice Trade launch party on Wednesday, February 15. Visit the company’s new website, spicetradebrewing.com, for details about this celebration.

ABOUT SPICE TRADE BREWING CO.
Spice Trade Brewing Co. produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. Formerly Yak & Yeti Brewpub, Spice Trade is now a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Arvada Colorado under the direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler who joined the company in summer 2016. The brewery hand-crafts a wide variety of beer in small batches on a 7 barrel brewhouse with a focus on high quality, ingredient centered beer. Find Spice Trade online at spicetradebrewing.com.

ABOUT YAK & YETI
Yak & Yeti was founded in 2003 by Dol Bhattarai in Westminster. The company has since launched the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Brewpub, now called Spice Trade, in Arvada’s oldest historic house on Ralston Road in 2008 and the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Event Center on East Hampden in Denver in 2014. Its beers have been the recipients of multiple Great American Beer Festival® awards and its restaurants are recognized often for serving some of the best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food in the state. Find Yak & Yeti online at theyakandyeti.com.

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[100] x ~12″ (300 mm) Sample Pipettes – $15.40, 15.4 Cents/Each

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/20/2017 - 16:15
Box of (100) 300 mm sample pipettes by Globe Scientific.  At 300 mm these are just shy of 12″ at 11.811″.  They have a capacity of 23 milliliters/CCs. I have these and the length makes them great for taking refractometer samples directly from the fermenter – depending on what you’re using for a fermenter. 2/20/17 6:15 PM […]
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