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Molson Coors and The Coca-Cola Company Brings Topo Chico Hard Seltzer to Canada

Molson Coors and The Coca-Cola Company Brings Topo Chico Hard Seltzer to Canada

Molson Coors has partnered with The Coca-Cola Company to bring Topo Chico Hard Seltzer to Canada. Full details are below.

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Non-Alcoholic Partake Brewing Launches “Cheers To Adulting” Brand Campaign

Non-alcoholic brewery Partake Brewing has announced a new marketing campaign called “Cheers To Adulting." Full details are below.

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Arches Brewing Unveils Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout

Arches Brewing in Hapeville, Georgia has announced the release of A Thorn in my Stout, a bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout. Full details are below.


This Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout is complex, bold and goes down smooth. After aging for 20 months in a notable Kentucky Bourbon Barrel, this stout is loaded with deep oak character. The rich, roasted flavor is followed by notes of chocolate and vanilla bean for a smooth finish. 
Now available exclusively in our taproom!

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Hefeweizen

Hefeweizen

While Bavaria has been brewing Hefeweizen for centuries, the modern German-style Hefeweizen became popular in the mid-20th century. These always refreshing and highly effervescent beers are splendid to look at due to their fizzing foam cap and lightly hazy appearance.

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Judge's Review: 92 Rating - Birthday Month Mango Cryo Hop IIPA by Wild Leap Brew Co.

Birthday Month Mango Cryo Hop IIPA by Wild Leap Brew Co. was reviewed under the Beer Judge Certification Program via Category 22A Double IPA.

Vigorously aromatic, exhibiting citrus notes (mostly grapefruit) that blend with stone and passion fruits aided by a light flowery savor.

This beer poured a pale yellow hue with a medium white head that persisted. A hazy, turbid appearance exemplifies style parameters.

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October Is Upon Us: What Alternatives to Oktoberfest Are There for Those Who Can't Reach Germany?

Oktoberfest is famous for its huge steins of beer, traditional German outfits and amazingly fun antics. Although Oktoberfest is now associated with drunkenness, revelry and novelty costumes, it has its origins in a royal celebration.

The festival was first celebrated on October 12th, 1810 and was a celebration of the marriage between Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and the crown prince of Bavaria — the future King Louis I. The festival was a 6-day affair which concluded with a celebratory horse race.

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Great Mixed Drink Recipes for College Students

Beer and shots make up much of the drinking of college students as well as the average drinker. However, many simple mixed drinks are tasty, full of alcohol, and cheap. These drinks can be used at student parties, small get-togethers, or just for personal enjoyment. Working with students as essay writers, we’d like to emphasize that careful moderation of alcoholic drinks can make any situation fun, but it’s always important not to drink too much or to drink too regularly. Alcoholism is no fun at all.

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Crafting the Perfect Label: Tips and Tricks to Make Your Brew Stand Out

Whether you run a microbrewery or make your own beer in your garage for summer barbecues, it is safe to say you are passionate about beer. Nobody gets into the craft beer game without a deep and abiding love for unique, thoughtfully made brew. Every step of the craft beer process requires skill, practice, consideration and keen decision-making — that’s why it’s called a craft. But if everything about how you make your beer requires effort and passion, the beer’s packaging and label should be no different.

Rustic Ridge IPA

Brewed at the peak of harvest season, this ever-evolving IPA highlights the best of our annual hop selection.

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Judge's Review: 94 Rating - High Pines by Highland Brewing Co.

High Pines by Highland Brewing Co. is a Double IPA and is being evaluated as a Double IPA (category 22A in the 2015 BJCP Beer Style Guidelines). The focus of the Double IPA style is hops, hops and more hops. Additionally, despite being a high-alcohol content style, Double IPAs are fairly drinkable and lack a heavy malty body, which are more typical traits of beers of this strength. High Pines is brewed with Mosaic, Simcoe, Centennial, Comet, El Dorado and Apollo hops.

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