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2009 Archive

Mar 4, 2009

Lagunitas Brown Shugga

I could have sworn that I had already published a review for this tasty beer. I’ve professed my love for all things […]

Mar 3, 2009

Widmer Brothers Celebrates 25 Years

Official Release WIDMER BROTHERS BREWING PROSTS 25 YEARS OF GREAT BEERBrothers’ quarter-life crisis venture hits its own quarter-life mark PORTLAND, Ore. – […]

Mar 3, 2009

Session #25 Reminder

Don’t forget that this Friday, March 6th, is Session #25. So stock up on “…pilsners, light lagers, helleses and those ones that […]

Feb 27, 2009

Brewers Association 2009 Beer Style Guidelines

The Brewers Association 2009 Beer Style Guidelines were released today. (Via)

Feb 27, 2009

Jim Beam Red Stag

Just noticed this article form yesterday in my feed reader. It appears as though Jim Beam is getting into the flavored bourbon […]

Feb 27, 2009

Craft Beer Hits the Big Screen with “Beer Wars”

beernews.org just posted an article announcing the launch of a new movie, Beer Wars, that showcases craft beer as its subject. From […]

Feb 26, 2009

Salvator Doppel Bock

This German brewer makes some of the most recognizable beers in their style, often leading the class as prime examples of said […]

Feb 25, 2009

Jack Daniel’s is Not Bourbon. Or is it?

Here’s a nice primer as to what’s considered bourbon, what’s marketed bourbon and what’s neither. Hopefully it doesn’t further confuse those of […]

Feb 25, 2009

Piraat Tripel

It’s been quite some time since I’ve enjoyed this Belgian IPA/Tripel. In fact, it’s been so long I can’t rightfully recall the […]

Feb 23, 2009

AB InBev Sells Labatt USA

Anheuser-Busch InBev is selling off its Labatt USA unit to KPS Capital Partners LP. No word on how much the deal is […]

Feb 20, 2009

Bud.tv Closes Shop

Looks like that initial registration process fiasco finally caught up with Bud.tv. After a couple of years and $15 million later, the […]

Feb 19, 2009

Sierra Nevada Torpedo

As this is the first product from Sierra Nevada to be produced year-round in over 28 years, you can imagine that there’s […]