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Saturday, October 11th 2014

Boulder's Sanitas Brewing Company to Release New IPA cans

BOULDER, COLORADO – With warm weather dwindling and the midst of Fall growing nearer, the brewers at Sanitas Brewing Company are preparing to release their third year-round beer, Sanitas IPA.

“Sanitas IPA is a result of exploration and coincidence,” explained Sanitas’ Chief of Brewing Operations Chris Coyne, “it took us nearly a year to brew our first American IPA. We made a couple over the summer in order to test some new hop varieties, and they were a hit. We merged the best attributes of those beers into what is now Sanitas IPA.

Deep gold in color, Sanitas Brewing Company’s new India Pale Ale leans on a base of organic English and German malts.  The aroma and flavor are dominated by overtones of exotic fruit and wet pine from a blend of rare American and Australian hops.

“We use some pretty cool hop varieties in this beer,” said Coyne, “it’s a carefully chosen blend from all over the world. The result is a very vibrant hop experience.”

Cans of Sanitas IPA will hit Boulder and Denver area shelves in the coming days, as well as local taps soon after. It will join Sanitas Black IPA and Sanitas Saison as the brewery’s third year-round beer.

 

About Sanitas Brewing Co.

Founded in 2013, Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing Company is regarded for their signature blend of tradition and innovation as well as their use of only the finest ingredients. With a passion for exploration, Sanitas epitomizes the wild spirit of Colorado with a variety of premium beers. 


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Monday, September 29th 2014

Hopworks Abominable Winter Ale Returns to Shelves Next Month

PORTLAND, Oregon – Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) is releasing the cult-classic Abominable Winter Ale beginning in October. This Northwest Organic Winter Ale is available in 16 oz. cans, 22 oz. bottles and on draught in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia bars, pubs, and stores.

 

Abominable Winter Ale emerges from the depths of our brewery every winter. Made with organic Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, and Simcoe hops, Abominable has a complex floral, spicy and citrus backdrop and Munich and caramel malts provide some balanced sweetness. Abominable is 7.3% ABV and 70 IBU.

  

Abominable is HUB’s most popular seasonal beer and has inspired countless creative homages by Abominable fanatics around the country. This year Bella Organic Farm has created an Abominable haunted corn maze for autumnal thrill seekers.

 

In February, Hopworks will release the next of the company’s seasonal legends, Rise-Up Red, a gold medal-winning Northwest Red Ale that will feature a fun new design for 2015.

 

For more information, please visit Hopworks online at www.HopworksBeer.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

 


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Tuesday, August 26th 2014

30 pack? How about a 99 pack!


A Texas-sized canned beer package!

It's about this time that college students around the country are landing back on campuses and scraping together their change for 30-packs of whatever light lager is cheapest. But, down in Texas, where things are indeed bigger, Austin Beerworks might just have a better tasting solution for satistfying thirsts en masse. This week they'll release what is likely the largest retail beer package ever created - say hello to the 99-pack!

Appropriately priced at $99.99, and in limited supply, Austin Beerworks' 99-pack of Peacemaker Extra Pale Ale is indeed a real thing...seriously...according to Austin Beerworks it's "real, really, real!" Per their recently launched site promoting the historic event, "It’s not only real, it’s an amazing deal: ninety-nine beers for $99. That’s 82 pounds of craft beer! Over seven feet of crisp, flavorful Peacemaker!


7 feet and 82 pounds of craft beer to go!

If you're in the Austin area and after one of these bad boys - and have some thirsty friends - you'll want to start your search this Thursday. Word is there are only about 20 of these limited edition 99-packs up for grabs but according to Austin Beerworks, "we'll be making more because apparently y'all like to party." Overall, this is a great way to promote their brand and their beer. Nicely done. This is what keeps the craft beer industry interesting! Visit www.ANYTIMEALE.com for more...


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Monday, August 18th 2014

Sun King Plans Major Expansion

Indiana's Second-Largest Craft Brewery Plans to Expand to Fishers

FISHERS, Ind. - The Town Council will consider an economic development agreement tonight that would bring Indiana's second-largest brewery to Fishers. If approved, Sun King Brewery will build its second craft brewery on 12.76 acres located at the southeast corner of Kincaid Dr. and Park Central Dr., bringing an estimated $19.5 million in regional economic impact and 27,000 visitors to Sun King's proposed facility and the Fishers community. Fishers has committed to capture property tax for 25 years, estimated at $100,000 annually, to help offset capital costs and to fund surrounding public infrastructure.
  
"Sun King embodies the vibrant, entrepreneurial spirit that Fishers fosters throughout the community," said Town Manager Scott Fadness. "The expansion into Fishers not only creates a new destination for our community, but also aligns with our mission to create an environment in which high-growth, high-potential companies compete and thrive."

 


Sun King opened its doors in downtown Indianapolis in 2009 and has expanded its capacity by eight times since then. The brewery is expected to produce more than 28,000 barrels of beer in 2014 and needs to expand in order to continue to grow. "Fishers is the perfect community for our second brewery," explained Sun King President Omar Robinson. "The town is excited about having us, and we can't wait to produce our fresh local beer even closer to the many north-side residents who already enjoy Sun King, as well as introduce our beer to a new community. Sun King sells more craft beer in Indiana than any other Indiana brewery, and this new brewery will allow us to continue to meet the demand for our beer."

The new brewery will be purpose-built to accommodate future growth, and the tasting room will be large enough to hold hundreds of thirsty Hoosiers. Sun King will continue to brew beer in the current brewery at 135 North College Ave. in Indianapolis, and both breweries will offer Sun King's house lineup of Sunlight Cream Ale, Osiris Pale Ale and Wee Mac Scottish-style Ale, as well as countless seasonal and specialty beers.
    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thompson Thrift will coordinate and work with the Town of Fishers to cause abike and running path to be installed along Kincaid Drive, connecting 106th Street to the new brewery, which will enhance Fisher's trail system and provide residents with easy access to Sun King. Thompson Thrift is a full-service real estate development and construction company with offices in Terre Haute, Ind.; Indianapolis; Carmel, Ind.; and Houston.

"We are excited that once again Sun King Brewery has chosen Indiana as a fixture in its long-term business plans," said Eric Doden, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. "We have worked hard to create an environment that promotes growth and creates more opportunities for Hoosiers, and we look forward to continuing to watch them expand here in the future."

About Sun King Brewery:

Sun King Brewing Company is the brainchild of Dave Colt and Clay Robinson. With the help of family and friends - Omar Robinson, Andy Fagg and Steve Koers - the first keg of Sun King beer rolled out the door for delivery in July 2009. Now available on tap and in cans at hundreds of locations around central Indiana, Sun King has grown into the second-largest beer brewer in the state of Indiana. The company's commitment to handcrafted seasonal and specialty beers has been rewarded with multiple medals at the Indiana Brewers Cup, Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup competitions. Visit www.sunkingbrewing.com for more information. SunKing  Brewery is also on Facebook and Google+


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Thursday, July 24th 2014

Real Ale Brewing Releases
18th Anniversary Gose Cans


GOSE is the newest canned offering from Real Ale Brewing Co.

BLANCO, TX –  will be releasing its 18th Anniversary Gose state-wide in 12oz. cans this week. First served earlier this year at our annual anniversary celebration, this refreshing wheat beer was previously draft only.

“We originally collaborated with our friends at Odell Brewing Co. back in February to create the recipe, and we brewed 7 bbl at their place in Fort Collins, CO. As soon as we tasted it, we knew that it would be the perfect beer for our 18th Anniversary party and for the imminent Texas summer,” says Brewmaster Erik Ogershok.

Gose is a rarely brewed regional specialty beer from Northern Germany. A slightly sour ale, it is known for its use of coriander and a unique saltiness that is derived from the local water source. Our take on the traditional German style has a distinctly Southwestern twist - a bright acidity from the addition of pureed limes. The resulting tartness makes for a delicious and thirst quenching summer brew. “After the response we had at the anniversary party, it would have been difficult not to offer this beer in cans for the summer,” says Ogershok.

18th Anniversary Gose
Wheat beer with coriander and lime
4.34% ABV

About Real Ale Brewing Company:

Founded in Blanco, Texas in 1996 in the basement of an antiques store, Real Ale Brewing Company has grown into one of the largest craft breweries in the state of Texas. From their current facility in the Texas Hill Country, Real Ale's dedicated team of brewers produces a wide variety of exceptional ales & lagers using only the finest natural ingredients.

For more information about the brewery and beers please visit www.realalebrewing.com and follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RealAleBrewing and @realalebrewing on Twitter.

 


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