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2012-04-11 06:23:18

ST. LOUIS, April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For beer lovers looking to toast St. Louis' rich brewing tradition this summer, the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival will return again June 15 - 17, bringing together thousands of adults to enjoy a variety of local beer styles and cuisine from St. Louis' finest restaurants. Now in its sixth year, the festival will feature several new elements, including: A new downtown location at Ballpark Village An additional festival session on Sunday, June...

2012-02-27 07:25:00

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Penn Brewery is pleased to announce the launch of two new beers, Overlook IPA and Cool River Kolsch-style, as well as the debut of its new online video series entitled the "Malt Minute." Penn's New Beers "Overlook IPA is the latest introduction to Penn's expanding family of ales, joining Allegheny Pale Ale, Harvest Rye IPA, and Nut Roll Ale," said Sandra Cindrich, Penn's President and CEO. "Cool River is the first Kolsch-type beer made by Penn,"...

2008-09-16 09:00:34

As temperatures cool and leaves change their hue, the months of September and October also bring about some of the world's most festive celebrations: Oktoberfest. As Beer enthusiasts travel near and far to commemorate an important part of Bavarian culture at America's popular Oktoberfest celebrations, they can make the most of their trip by sampling local beers at the airport. The new "Beer Lovers' Airport Guide" from travel search engine Cheapflights.com provides thirsty travelers with a...

2008-08-03 00:00:19

T he term "export" is familiar to many beer consumers, with many brewers choosing to name their premium brands simply Export or referring to them as Export Strength. Certainly beer has been traded across national borders since Roman times, and for some reason beer brewed in some faraway exotic location is often considered more premium than that brewed by the local brewery just down the road. Of course, as the "local brewery just down the road" we would argue robustly against this....

2008-07-29 00:00:32

By Jeff Barnard BEND, Ore. - Tucked in a corner at the Deschutes Brewery, barrels that once aged fine wines and whiskeys are nurturing beverages that are challenging drinkers to think of beer more like wine. High-alcohol brews like Black Butte XX and The Abyss, known in the trade as big or extreme beers, are among many craft beers that are grabbing a growing market share in the United States from their mass-produced and heavily advertised counterparts. Even at prices ranging from $4 to...

2008-07-28 21:00:26

By Jeff Barnard BEND, Ore. - Tucked in a corner at the Deschutes Brewery, barrels that once aged fine wines and whiskeys are nurturing beverages that are challenging drinkers to think of beer more like wine. High-alcohol brews like Black Butte XX and The Abyss, known in the trade as big or extreme beers, are among many craft beers that are grabbing a growing market share in the United States from their mass-produced and heavily advertised counterparts. Even at prices ranging from $4 to...