Located in Stonington, Connecticut right outside of Mystic is Beer'd Brewing Company, a quaint nano brewery creating beer for the local community.
Owner Aaren Simoncini left the world of accounting behind him to take on his dream of running a brewery, ...
After helping grow Magic Hat for years, industry superstar Matt Cohen embarked on a journey just a few miles down the road. Starting his own brewery only a year ago, Fiddlehead Brewing is heading for local domination. Take a look at the future of Vermont'...
December 4, 2012
brewfilesNew episode at Fiddlehead Brewing Company will be online tomorrow.
December 3, 2012
brewfilesBeen too busy with non-beer related work, but finally had a chance to get things together and finish off episode 1 of Brewfiles. Here it is, at Rock Art Brewery in Vermont.
This past summer, I traveled to Rock Art Brewery in Morrisville, Vermont to take a look at the new brewing facilities they had set up. I sat down with co-owner and head brewer Matt Nadeau to blind him with my lights, and stunning questions about his opera...
brewfilesHello guys, Ian here. Trying to re-launch a webseries devoted to craft breweries, and would love some support on the project: http://kck.st/HQcsLU
(Attached a teaser video from the ... moreHello guys, Ian here. Trying to re-launch a webseries devoted to craft breweries, and would love some support on the project: http://kck.st/HQcsLU
(Attached a teaser video from the previous series.)
Help support craft beer, breweries, and the local communities by allowing them to tell their stories to the world through Brewfiles. Share this Kickstarter campaign with all craft beer friends, and help fund the series: http://kck.st/HQcsLU
So, the bill that the legislature in Florida is submitting for a vote allows the sale of 64 ounce growlers by breweries. The big caveat is that the breweries have to sell the beer to a distributor then buy it back from the distributor to sell in their taproom. Sounds like a dumb way to do things to me.
Off to Oshkosh to visit the son, watch airplanes, eat cheese and drink Wisconsin beer. Not necessarily in that order.