• The Bruery Collaborates with Top Chef Brooke Williamson on Girl Grey Belgian-Style Ale

    7 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. - This February, The Bruery, an independent craft brewery based in Placentia, California, is releasing Girl Grey, an exciting and refreshing collaboration ale brewed with Chef Brooke Williamson, a Los Angeles-based chef and the most-recent winner on Bravo's “Top Chef” Season 14.
    Girl Grey is the first new concept of 2018 to be released nationwide by The Bruery. Known for pushing the boundaries on what can be achieved with flavors in beer, Girl Grey is no exception, thanks to the inventiveness and world-renowned palate of Chef Brooke. The two teamed to create Girl...
    Read more ...

     

  • Station 26 Brewing Co. to Release Juicy Banger IPA in 6-Pack Cans

    7 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    DENVER - Station 26 Brewing Company's Juicy Banger IPA is now available in canned six-packs across the brewery's distribution footprint in Colorado.
    Since its debut in 2014, Station 26's award-winning Juicy Banger IPA has won over the hearts of hop-loving Colorado beer drinkers. It's a 7.4 percent ABV IPA brewed with Centennial, Citra, and Mosaic hops that yield flavors of apricot, papaya, and honey.”
    “Canning Juicy Banger IPA makes the beer more accessible to hopheads across the FrontRange,” says Station 26 founder Justin Baccary. “We are excited to share our flagship beer with friends...
    Read more ...

     

  • Hi-Wire Brewing to Release 2018 Collaboration Mixed 12-Pack

    7 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Hi-Wire Brewing will be releasing their 2018 Collaboration Mixed 12-Pack with Against The Grain, Trophy Brewing Co., and Blackberry Farm Brewery in mid-February. With long-time friendships and connections at each brewery, Hi-Wire is proud to share their craft with respected peers in the Southeast.
    Double Dry-Hopped IPA - Trophy Brewing Co.
    It's no secret Trophy Brewing makes some of the best IPAs in the country. So after very little deliberation, we decided to brew the hoppiest beer Hi-Wire has ever created at 3.5 lbs per barrel. Starting with Simcoe and Centennial in...
    Read more ...