The Great American Beer Festival (GABF), one of America’s premier craft beer events that brings together thousands of people from all over the United States, announced that it would transition to a virtual festival in 2020. For those who have never been able to travel to Denver, Colorado for the gathering, this is an opportunity to capture some of the magic and enthusiasm of the festival without traveling outside the confines of your home state. While nothing can replace the opportunity to sample beers from small, local brewers around the U.S. under one roof, the Brewers Association has had to adjust to the curve balls that 2020 has thrown.
Coppertail Brewing Co. is celebrating their 6 year anniversary with a crowdsourced mixed 4-pack of Hop Skull IPAs.
Allagash Brewing Company today announced it is sending a beer care package to their friends in Florida. The Portland, Maine-based brewery will send its flagship Allagash White and Belgian-inspired session ale River Trip to the Sunshine State at the beginning of June. Beers will be sold at Total Wine stores throughout the state.
With the announcement that Hunahpu’s Day 2020 is canceled for the first time in the event’s eleven-year history, many beer enthusiasts are wondering how to support their Tampa Bay craft beer community. While other events are still taking place, it seems like more cancellations will occur in the coming days and weeks. Some cities have even suspended large gatherings of people as a precaution against spreading COVID-19