Press Release: MAPLE BACON COFFEE PORTER FEST 2017 will take place
JANUARY 14TH, 2017, 1 PM – 5 PM
Press Release: Clown Shoes Beer out of Burlington Massachusetts has opened up distribution in South Florida with Crafty Connoisseurs Distributing, as of mid-November. Approaching their 7 year anniversary this December, Clown Shoes is known for its unique and unconventional approach to craft beer, as well as their comic book style artwork and sense of humor. With beer styles such as their Mangö Kölsch (a light, crisp Kölsch brewed with mango), Chocolate Sombrero (a “Mexican style chocolate stout” brewed with vanilla, cinnamon, and ancho chiles) and Undead Party Crasher (a 10% imperial oatmeal milk stout brewed with smoked malts), their approach has been to
brew traditional beer styles with unique twists. Their beers are currently being brewed in Ipswich, Massachusetts and they have distribution in over 25 states.
Press Release: Forbidden Root Brewery of Chicago announces partnership with Cavalier Distributing. Forbidden Root will be available through Cavalier Distributing in Florida in early 2017.
Press Release: Don’t be a turkey by forgetting to bring good beer to your Thanksgiving meal. Due South Brewing Company will be hosting a series of events during Thanksgiving week, including beer releases and Black Friday specials, to help you stay cool, calm, and collected during this sometimes hectic holiday.
Less than two weeks away from their second anniversary party, Playalinda Brewing has announced that they have signed a statewide distribution agreement. Previously, Playalinda beers were not widely available, but much of that was slated to change with the addition of The Brix Project.
Pair O’ Dice Brewing Company has partnered with Crafty Connoisseurs Distributing to expand its distribution to four counties in the Southeast corner of Florida. Pair O’ Dice’s award-winning beers are now available in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe counties.
Press Release: Alpine Beer Company is celebrating Great American Beer Festival with a bronze medal win for “HFS” – in the American Strong Pale Ale category. A hometown fan-favorite, this beer is one of the the San Diego county-based craft brewer’s tasting room-only releases, produced on draft and in extremely limited bottled batches from their brewhouse in Alpine, CA. In spite of the beer’s huge success and medal win, the brewery does not currently have plans to distribute the beer beyond the tasting room in 2017 due to its high production cost and hard-to-find ingredient list. Instead, Alpine Beer Company is focused on finalizing their expanded national release calendar for 2017, which features two equally in-demand offerings, Windows Up IPA and Bus Ride Pale Ale, and plans to expand selections of their packaged offerings into 12oz cans for the first time in the brand’s 17-year history.