From Avery Brewing:
Music, Brews and BBQs to celebrate the 13th Anniversary of Avery Brewing Company. 3 bands, tons of great food and 19 beers on tap. Event cost is a $10 donation to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley. Discount hotel rooms are available.
If you don’t live in Boulder book a room. You’ll need it.
Archive for June, 2006
From Avery Brewing:
August Schell Brewing attracts 50,000 tourists a year to New Ulm, Minn., and finally has a new visitor center to entertain them.
“We’ve got an elevator for the first time in 146 years. We got a parking lot and we have fancy restrooms,” said president Ted Marti as he showed off new features at the historic [...]
KClinger’s Publick House in Harrisburg has closed, but its original Hanover location – one of the best spots anywhere to enjoy quality beer – remains open. This from an e-mail:
We regret to announce that our Etters location, KClinger’s Publik House, is now closed. We had struggled for some time to keep the Publik House open. [...]
The New York State Brewers Association (NYSBA) and Heartland Brewery announced they will officially launch the state beer trail Sept. 8 with their “I Love NY Beer Festival” at the South Street Seaport.
From the press release:
The festival will include beer sampling from state breweries, live music, and food and wine sampling through a [...]
The New York Times (free registration) tours Ireland’s microbreweries, arguably Ireland’s breweries (micro or macro).
None of Ireland’s big stouts, Guinness, Murphy’s or Beamish, are Irish-owned today. Guinness (along with Smithwick’s Ale and Harp lager) is owned by the British beverage conglomerate Diageo, Murphy’s by Amsterdam-based Heineken and Beamish by the British brewer Scottish & Newcastle. [...]
The current Celebrator Beer News boldly picks the top 10 beer cities in America. The list was based on a poll of Celebrator writers.
1. Portland (Oregon)
2. San Francisco
6. San Diego
7. Washington D.C./Baltimore
9 (tie) New York
No report where Monroe, Wis., [...]
Why, given that we’re out here in the Mountain time zone, keep mentioning beer events on the East Coast? Because they look like such fun. So the latest:
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant in North Wales, Pa., will host a special Brewer’s Reserve Tasting June 24 from noon to 4 p.m., showcasing beer from its five [...]