• Braxton Labs Releasing Sweet Potato Casserole in Bottles

    10 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    NEWPORT, Ky. - Dedicated to innovation, Braxton Labs has been tapping new experiments on a weekly basis in their brewery and taproom located in Newport, Kentucky. One of their most popular beers to date - Sweet Potato Casserole Imperial Brown Ale - will be released in 500ml bottles on Saturday, November 11th.
    “Braxton Labs lets us listen to our customers. Our brewing team dreams up crazy ideas and our customers tell us what they like and dislike,” said Evan Rouse, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Braxton Brewing Company. “Sweet Potato Casserole has been a fun project and one that...
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  • Potosi Brewery Expands Iowa Distribution Footprint

    10 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    Potosi, Wis. - Potosi Brewing Company is excited to announce their new distribution partnership with Mahaska. Beginning November 1st, craft beer fans will be finding Potosi beer at their favorite retailers in 18 additional Iowa counties which include both Des Moines and Ames, IA.
    A wide range of Potosi's award-winning brands will be available including year-round and seasonal favorites such as the Good Old Potosi, Cave Ale, Snake Hollow IPA, Czech-Style Pilsner along with specialty and limited releases like Potosi Tangerine IPA, and Shot Tower Espresso Stout, which is brewed with Verena...
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  • New Braunfels Brewing Company to Release 3 New Sour Beers

    10 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - Our third release of our collaboration with Guadalupe Brewing Company is ready to share with you.
    Barrel-aged Sour Honey Wheat is a 50/50 blend of GBC's rich, honey-forward TX Honey Ale and our crisp, wheat sour, Blondine.
    Each year we plan to produce a few oak barrel's worth of this beer. We love the collaboration, the process and we really dig the final flavor of the beer.
    Barrels are half-filled with GBC Honey Ale and inoculated with our house wild yeast and bacteria culture to ferment. After 10 days the barrels are topped off with Blondine and allowed 2-3 months...
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