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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Brewery Release: OR: Portland: Coming Soon ... Ecliptic Carina Peach Sour Ale

Press Release
image courtesy Ecliptic Brewing
PORTLAND, Ore. ... The expansion of the craft beer palate and surge in the popularity of sour beers has not been missed over at Ecliptic Brewing. Satisfying craft beer drinkers and sour-seekers alike, Ecliptic Brewing will add Carina Peach Sour Ale to their line-up starting August 3rd.  Joining Orbiter IPA, Spica Pilsner, and Capella Porter, Carina Peach Sour Ale will be part of the Ecliptic All the Time Series.
“Our team has been working really hard on Carina! Peach is a flavor that people enjoy year-round and sour beers continue to grow in popularity---we wanted a beer that highlighted that. I can’t wait for people to try Carina Peach Sour Ale!” said Owner and Brewmaster John Harris.

About Carina Peach Sour Ale
Carina Peach Sour Ale takes its name from the constellation Carina, the keel of the ship Argo in the southern sky. Loaded with fresh peach flavor, Carina is a sour ale perfect for any time of year. The use of Pale malt makes for a crisp character, while lactobacillus gives Carina a tart and refreshing finish.
            ABV: 5.5%
            IBU: 10
            Gravity: 12.5°
Carina Peach Sour Ale will be available in draft and 22oz package.
About Ecliptic Brewing

Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon beer icon whose background is steeped in the state’s rich craft brewing history. The name Ecliptic unites Harris’ two passions: brewing and astronomy, and as such, the brewery celebrates the Earth’s yearly journey around the sun through both its beer and restaurant menus. Executive chef Michael Molitor rotates his seasonally inspired menu every six weeks in accordance with the old world calendar. Harris’ signature beers include Spica Pilsner, Orbiter IPA, Phobos Single Hop Red Ale, and Capella Porter. For more information, visit: www.eclipticbrewing.com.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), Click Distributing (Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Northern Idaho), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), Freedom Distributors (North Carolina), BeerThirst (Canada), and Graybeal (Eastern Oregon).

Brewery Release: Mukilteo: Coming Soon ... Diamond Knot Fog Bank Fall Ale

Press Release
image courtesy Diamond Knot Brewing
MUKILTEO, WA – Fall may be right around the corner, but for the crew at Diamond Knot Craft Brewing, the leaves may as well start falling and the crisp autumn days begin. Fog Bank Fall Ale is set to release Aug. 1 to thirsty fans throughout the area.

“There’s something about Fog Bank Fall Ale that gets us all primed for shorter days and colder temps,” Sherry Jennings, DK’s Dir. of Marketing, said. “The beer’s color is beautiful; definitely a reflection of the warm fall colors.”

Fog Bank was first brewed by DK’s founders as a traditional Märzen style, but with ale yeast. Staying with the style, Fog Bank is brewed with Vienna and Munich malts, which impart a characteristic deep and elegant malt profile. The ale yeast gives this beer a lot more character and depth than a traditional lager.

The reddish amber color reflects the change in foliage and the bursting of maple reds. Just as crisp as those autumn mornings, Fog Bank Fall Ale has a bright, crisp flavor with a full malty finish. With a mild 5.8% ABV (30 IBUs), this seasonal is the perfect transition from the brewery's Binnacle Summer Ale to its darker winter brews.

The Fog Bank name gives a nod to that fateful day off the Olympic Peninsula and the two-month-long marine salvage that ensued shortly after in 1947. Aug. 13 proved unforgiving with a thick fog that embraced the Strait of Juan de Fuca. When the MV Diamond Knot, loaded with 75 percent of Alaska’s seasonal salmon catch and 100,000 gallons of fish oil, motored toward Seattle, the fog got the best of the rudimentary navigation tools, and early that morning the Fenn Victory collided with the Diamond Knot, damaging the Diamond Knot enough to cause its sinking in 135 feet of water just off Port Angeles.

Fog Bank Fall Ale hits store shelves in 22-oz. bottles and the taps at all three Diamond Knot locations, as well as your favorite watering holes throughout Washington, the first week in August. 

Founded in 1994, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing is a privately held company and Snohomish County’s oldest continuously-operating, independently-owned brewery. Handcrafted Diamond Knot ales can be found in 12 states, British Columbia and Japan, both in bottles and on draft.  Additionally, Diamond Knot operates three production breweries and two full-service restaurants in Washington; the Brewery & Alehouse in Mukilteo and the Brewpub @ MLT in Mountlake Terrace. Diamond Knot prides itself in providing exceptional food, craft beer and lively experiences, as well as being charitable members of the communities in which it operates.
For more company information, visit diamondknot.com.

Brewery Release: Northwest: Coming Soon ... Dogfish Head SeaQuench Ale

Press Release
image courtesy Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
MILTON, DE ... To commemorate—and disintegrate—the 500th anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot, Dogfish Head Brewery is proud to release SeaQuench Ale, a session sour quencher made with lime peel, lime juice, black lime & sea salt. Clocking in at 4.9% ABV and 10 IBUs, SeaQuench Ale is a citrusy-tart union of three German styles of beer blissfully brewed into one highly quenchable ale. The beer will begin shipping nationwide on August 1st.

The Reinheitsgebot, or the German Beer Purity Law, was enacted by Bavarian dukes in 1516 and forbid brewing beer with any ingredients except barley, hops, yeast, and water. While the regulation may only apply within Germany today, the tradition has resulted in the largely homogenous, industrial light lagers that dominate the commercial beer landscape worldwide. SeaQuench Ale pointedly takes aim at this centuries-old form of art censorship by combining culinary-inspired ingredients with three traditional German beer styles. Calagione recently published an article on the history of the Reinheitsgebot in Harvard Business Review, which can be viewed here.

The innovative brewing process begins with a batch of traditional Kölsch with wheat and Munich malt. Next up is a batch of salt-forward gose using black limes and sea salts from the Maine and Chesapeake regions followed by a batch of tart Berliner Weisse brewed with lime juice and lime peel. The three beers are blended together in during fermentation to create a zesty quencher that’s perfect for the warmer months.

The release of SeaQuench Ale will also kick off a new partnership between Dogfish Head and the National Aquarium that will focus on inspiring conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures. “Both of our organizations have a longstanding commitment to championing sustainability, and we believe our SeaQuench Ale is the perfect vessel to launch this union,” says Sam Calagione, founder and president of Dogfish Head Brewery. The National Aquarium logo can be found on the SeaQuench Ale label and Dogfish’s brewed ales and handcrafted spirits will be showcased in the Aquarium’s café year-round and offered at select Aquarium events.

Dogfish Head’s philanthropic contributions will help the Aquarium generate important conservation impact for a healthy Chesapeake Bay. Some highlighted initiatives will include: research on Northwest Atlantic populations of sand tiger and sandbar sharks and Seafood Smart, a program focused on connecting all facets of the seafood supply chain. Dogfish’s geographically enamored seafood restaurant, Chesapeake & Maine, which opened in March 2016, will serve as a key advocate for the initiative on the eastern shore. For more information, please visit www.dogfish.com.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Dogfish Head has proudly been focused on brewing beers with culinary ingredients outside the Reinheitsgebot since the day it opened as the smallest American brewery 21 years ago.  Today Dogfish Head has grown into a top-20 craft brewery and has won numerous awards throughout the years including Wine Enthusiast’s 2015 Brewery of the Year. Today Dogfish Head is a 250+ person company based in Delaware with a brewpub/distillery in Rehoboth Beach, an innovative seafood restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, a beer-themed inn on the harbor in Lewes and a production brewery/distillery in Milton. Dogfish Head currently sells beer in 31 states.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Brewery News: British Columbia: Surrey: Central City Brewers + Distillers and Great Lakes Brewery collaborate to release Peared Up Saison

Press Release
Image: Central City Brewers + Distillers & Great Lakes Brewery Peared Up Saison Collaboration
Surrey, BC & Toronto, ON, Canada – Surrey’s Central City Brewers + Distillers is working together with Toronto’s Great Lakes Brewery on a juicy seasonal collaboration, Peared Up Saison.
Peared Up Saison marks the first time the two award-winning breweries have collaborated together on a seasonal release. It is a single hopped saison brewed with Jarrylo Hops and real pear juice. The hops bring out a natural banana, pear and citrus spice flavour in this light and sessionable ale. The natural hop flavour is augmented with pear juice in the brew for a fruit-infused flavour experience.
“We were looking to create a light summer sessionable ale that can be enjoyed while people are out and about having fun under the sun,” says Gary Lohin, brewmaster at Central City Brewers + Distillers. “When the opportunity came up to collaborate with the award-winning Great Lakes Brewery, one of Toronto’s oldest breweries, we couldn’t pass up the chance to work with them on this pear saison.”
“We travelled across Canada to the west coast to find a like-minded brewery and Central City’s reputation for making award-winning, great tasting beers just made this collaboration a no-brainer,” says Mike Lackey, head brewer at Great Lakes Brewery. “Our goal was to brew a refreshing, seasonal beer that can be equally enjoyable on the Ontario lakes in cottage country, or on the North Shore mountains after a grinding hike.”
The Peared Up Saison (5% ABV) is available in 650 ml bottles in BC and Alberta liquor stores by end of July.
Visit www.centralcitybrewing.com for more information and follow Central City on social media: Instagram @CentralCityBrew, Twitter @CentralCityBrew, Facebook CentralCityBrewing.
About Great Lakes Brewery:
A fiercely independent owned and operated brewery, Great Lakes recently celebrated 29 years in the craft beer business, making them one of the oldest craft breweries in Ontario. Named the 2013 & 2014 Canadian Brewery of the Year and 2014 and 2015 Ontario Craft Brewery of the Year, Great Lakes specializes in producing flavourful beers that will be sure to awaken your taste buds with each sip. From unique seasonal ales and premium lagers to our Project X and Tank Ten Series beers, we produce a variety of products to be enjoyed by everyone. www.greatlakesbeer.com
About Central City Brewers + Distillers:
Central City is a craft brewery and distillery in the business of developing, producing and selling international award-winning, premium craft beer and high quality distilled spirits brewed without compromise. Based in Surrey, British Columbia, CCBD was voted Canada’s Brewery of the Year in 2010 and 2012. Their Red Racer brand has become a cult icon among craft beer enthusiasts throughout North America. Founded in 2003 as a brewpub and liquor store in downtown Surrey, CCBD celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2013 with the grand opening of a brand new, 68,000 sq. ft. brewery and distillery on Bridgeview Drive. It opened a second restaurant in downtown Vancouver, Central City on Beatty in 2015.  www.centralcitybrewing.com

Brewery Event: Seattle: New Belgium's Clips Beer & Fillm Tour returns this Friday, July 29th

Press Release

Ft. Collins, Colo., ... New Belgium Brewing’s annual Clips Beer & Film Tour is coming to Seattle on Friday, July 29. This free event, now in its seventh year, features short films and a selection of small-batch beers with 100 percent of the proceeds from beer sales going to local non-profits. In total Clips has raised more than $659,000 for nonprofits, with close to $14,000 coming from Seattle in 2015. The event kicks off at Gas Works Park at 8:00 p.m., with the films starting at 10:00 p.m. DJ Greg Vandy, from KEXP will be spinning tunes to get the evening rolling. Please note that this event is a twenty one and over affair. 
“This year is New Belgium’s 25th anniversary, so we’re doing things a little differently,” said Christie Catania, Clips national special events manager. “We asked ten filmmakers to incorporate the year 1991 into their film, as a way to salute the year that New Belgium got its start. The films do a great job of bringing us back to the glory days of big hair, questionable fashion, and outdated technology!”
In addition to a night of films under the stars, Clips offers a venue where guests can try New Belgium’s most esoteric beer offerings. Many of New Belgium’s Lips of Faith beers can be hard to come by and Clips offers the best way to try them. Eleven varieties from Lips of Faith to brewery classics will be available in 3-ounce samples, 12-ounce pours, or cans.
New Belgium, promoters of environmental stewardship, encourages attendees to think twice about throwing away trash, with a significant amount of waste diverted from landfills at each stop. In addition, all locations will have bike valet, encouraging people to ride their bike to the showings.
Clips Beer & Film Tour – Seattle Stop

Friday, July 29
8:00 p.m., with films starting at 10:00 p.m.
Gas Works Park

Admission – free
3 oz. sample –  $1.50
12 oz. beer –  $6.00
Food Vendors:
Dirty Dog
Where ya at Matt
Hallava Falafel
Other tips:                            
  • You will be asked to prove that you are old enough to enjoy an adult beverage. Please bring your government issued ID. No ID means no beer!
  • Bring low chairs or blankets – or lounge on the grass! 
  • No outside alcohol – leave the libations to us.
  • Picnics are welcome, although you might want to check out our local food vendors before you bring your own!
  • Bring your water bottle. We give water away for free. Look for the tall blue signs and stay hydrated!
  • We LOVE dogs. If you choose to bring Fido, please come prepared to keep your dog under control, on a leash, curbed, and by your side.
  • Walk, ride your bike, carpool, take public transportation…please.  
For the latest information on Clips, go to NewBelgium.com/Clips. For more information on New Belgium Brewing, visit NewBelgium.com.
About New Belgium Brewing Company 
New Belgium Brewing, makers of Fat Tire Amber Ale and a host of Belgian-inspired beers, is recognized as one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work and one of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Small Businesses. The 100% employee-owned brewery is a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business as designated by the League of American Bicyclists, and one of World Blu’s most democratic U.S. businesses, and a Certified B Corp. In addition to Fat Tire, New Belgium brews thirteen year-round beers; Citradelic Tangerine IPA, Ranger IPA, Rampant Imperial IPA, Shift Pale Lager, Slow Ride Session IPA, Snapshot Wheat, Sunshine Wheat, 1554 Black Ale, Blue Paddle Pilsner, Abbey Belgian Ale and Trippel and a gluten-reduced line, Glutiny Pale Ale and Glutiny Golden Ale. Learn more at www.newbelgium.com.

Brewery Event: Seattle: On August 21st, Steuart Pincombe and Machine House celebrate "Bach and Beer"

Press Release
image courtesy Steuart Pincombe
On Sunday, August 21st at 6:00pm internationally-recognized cellist Steuart Pincombe will bring together two of the finer things in life: Bach and Beer. While sipping on their favorite brews at the Machine House Brewery in Seattle audience members will discover the connections between the art of brewing and the art of playing the music of Bach. Just as many brewers follow a recipe that was used hundreds of years ago, Steuart's approach to playing Bach also looks back on old “recipes” and methods of playing. The program of Bach’s Cello Suites will be interlaced with short explanations of Steuart’s historical, interpretive approach along with comments from the brewery on the historical brewing method of each beer. Each of the three suites will be paired with one of Machine House’s own brews.

The concert is part of a project called Music in Familiar Spaces, a yearlong tour of the US bringing the highest level of classical music performance to homes, churches, cafés, bars, or any place where community already exists. One of the aims of theMusic in Familiar Spaces tour is to make classical music accessible to a wide and varied audience. This will be accomplished not only by performing in familiar, comfortable and untraditional spaces, but by designing programs that invite the audience to experience the music in a new and engaging way. The audience will also be asked to name-their-own-ticket-price, paying what they can afford and what they deem the concert is worth (beer is sold separately). Music in Familiar Spaces was started by Steuart with his wife Michelle and the couple have been on tour since October 2015, living and traveling full-time in a 1959 FAN trailer.

About Steuart
Steuart Pincombe's career as a cellist has brought him to leading halls and festivals across North America and Europe and he has been named by the Strad Magazine as a “superb solo cellist” and a “gorgeous player [with] perfect intonation, imaginative phrasing” by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Highlights of Steuart's recent concert seasons include being a featured soloist with Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop (DE), festival appearances with Ensemble Ausonia (BE), performing with Holland Baroque Society (NL) for King Willem Alexander of The Netherlands, appearing as soloist at the Amsterdam Cello Bienalle (NL), and co-founding Oerknal! (a contemporary music collective, NL). His concert 'Bach&Beer' was selected by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as one of the 'Top 10 Classical Events of 2014' and a concert in which he appeared as soloist with Rene Schiffer and Apollo's Fire was numbered in London's '5 Best Classical Music Moments of 2014' according to The Telegraph (UK). Steuart holds a BM in modern cello and a MM in viola da gamba and baroque cello from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
Concert details:

Sunday, August 21st6:00-7:30pm
Machine House Brewery (5840 Airport Way S #121, Seattle, WA 98108)
Name-your-own-ticket-price (at the door), plus the cost of beer

Industry News: Brewers Association confirms 4,656 breweries in operation as of June 30th. An increase of 900+ breweries over last year.

Press Release

Boulder, CO ... Craft brewers are still growing, according to new mid-year data released by the Brewers Association (BA)—the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers. American craft beer production volume increased eight percent during the first half of the year.

“While the craft brewing industry is entering a period of maturation, most markets are not near saturation,” said Bart Watson, chief economist, Brewers Association. “As craft’s base gets larger, as with any industry, it becomes more difficult for it to grow at the same percentage rate. Yet there is still tremendous dynamism reflected in eight percent growth for craft.  Production growth of small and independent craft brewers continues to be one of the main bright spots for domestic beer in the U.S. Even in a more competitive market, for the vast majority of small and independent brewers, opportunities still exist.”

As of June 30, a record high of 4,656 breweries were operating in the U.S, an increase of 917 breweries over the same time period of the previous year. Additionally, there were approximately 2,200 breweries in planning. Craft brewers currently employ an estimated 121,843 full-time and part-time workers in a variety of roles including many of manufacturing jobs, all of which contribute significantly to the U.S. economy.

“The opening rate compared to closing rate for breweries remains incredibly strong, with a historic number of breweries operating in the U.S.,” added Watson. “As long as there is growing consumer demand, beer lovers’ thirst will continue to advance the category of craft brewed beer from small and independent producers.”
Note: The data set includes the small and independent breweries that the Brewers Association anticipates being included in the 2016 data set.
Craft brewer definition: An American craft brewer is small, independent and traditional. Small: Annual production of 6 million barrels of beer or less (approximately 3 percent of U.S. annual sales). Beer production is attributed to the rules of alternating proprietorships. IndependentLess than 25 percent of the craft brewery is owned or controlled (or equivalent economic interest) by an alcoholic beverage industry member that is not itself a craft brewer. Traditional: A brewer that has a majority of its total beverage alcohol volume in beers whose flavor derives from traditional or innovative brewing ingredients and their fermentation. Flavored malt beverages (FMBs) are not considered beers.
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About the Brewers Association
The Brewers Association is the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers, their beers and the community of brewing enthusiasts. The Brewers Association (BA) represents more than 70 percent of the brewing industry, and its members make more than 99 percent of the beer brewed in the U.S. The BA organizes events including the World Beer CupSMGreat American Beer Festival®Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America®SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food ExperienceHomebrew ConNational Homebrew Competition and American Craft Beer Week®. The BA publishes The New Brewer magazine and its Brewers Publications division is the largest publisher of contemporary and relevant brewing literature for today’s craft brewers and homebrewers.
Beer lovers are invited to learn more about the dynamic world of craft beer at CraftBeer.com and about homebrewing via the BA’s American Homebrewers Association. Follow us on Twitter.
The Brewers Association is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital/familial status. The BA complies with provisions of Executive Order 11246 and the rules, regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Brewery News: Barley Brown's, Chuckanut Brewery, & Fremont Brewing, among winners from this year's "America’s Best Beer" poll.

Press Release

SEATTLE, WA ... To find the best beer in American beer, over 800 breweries were analyzed and the results combined with an online poll to determine the top breweries in each state. The complete list is available online. List of America’s best breweries.

There are more than 4000 breweries in all corners of America, ranging in size from Anheuser­Busch’s 142­acre megacomplex in St. Louis, MO which makes million of barrels of beer every year to locally­owned microbreweries. With more breweries opening every day and the desire for more delicious and interesting beer on the rise, inquiring minds want to know … what are the best breweries in America?

Using historical data from 3 major beer competitions, 2 online beer rating websites, the results of an extensive online poll and countless ground truthing samples, the best breweries in America have been determined through a combination of beer judging experts, public opinion and math.

They combed through bushels of beer data to curate a list of each state’s top breweries. Then augmented the results with time tested American voting in order to select the three best breweries in every state. With the addition of 3 breweries from Washington, D.C. and 3 extra from California (because of its general brewery dominance) 156 American breweries stood out above the rest of the crowd.

From the vast expanses of Alaska’s wild north to the tropical beaches of Hawaii; from the high alpine, snow­capped peaks of New England to the sun drenched, low lying lands of the Deep South, a diverse selection of quality American breweries saturate the USA.

Is a seasonal brew from 49th State Brewing Company (Healy,AK) different from one at Wynwood Brewing Company (Miami, FL)? Could the IPAs at Maine Beer Company (Freeport, ME) possibly vary from ones at Ballast Point Brewing Company (San Diego,CA)? Would the Pub Ale from the middle of our country at Tallgrass Brewing Company (Manhattan, KS) define American beer, or is it a starting point to embrace the variety of styles and tastes? You make the call.

Drink American Beer.

So without further ado here are the winners.

The best breweries in America by state:

Free State Brewing Company, Lawrence
Tallgrass Brewing Company, Manhattan







Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company, Kiln
Lucky Town Brewing Company, Jackson
Southern Prohibition Brewing, Hattiesburg

4 Hands Brewing Co., St. Louis
Boulevard Brewing Company, Kansas City
Mother's Brewing Company, Springfield


Empyrean Brewing Co., Lincoln
Nebraska Brewing Company, Papillion
Zipline Brewing Co., Lincoln

Brasserie Saint James, Reno
Great Basin Brewing Co., Sparks
Tenaya Creek Brewery, Las Vegas

New Hampshire

New Jersey
Carton Brewing Company, Atlantic Highlands
Flying Fish Brewing Company, Somerdale
River Horse Brewing Company, Ewing

New Mexico
La Cumbre Brewing Company, Albuquerque
Marble Brewery, Albuquerque
Santa Fe Brewing Company, Santa Fe

New York
Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, Elmsford 
Great Adirondack Brewing Co, Lake Placid

North Carolina
Carolina Brewery, Chapel Hill
Foothills Brewing, Winston­Salem
Wicked Weed Brewing, West Asheville

North Dakota
Fargo Brewing Company, Fargo
Laughing Sun Brewing Co., Bismarck
Souris River Brewing, Minot

Choc Beer Company, Krebs
Coop Ale Works, Oklahoma City
Prairie Artisan Ales, Tulsa

Columbus Brewing Company, Columbus
Fat Head's Brewery, North Olmsted
Hoppin' Frog Brewery, Akron

10 Barrel Brewing Co., Bend
Barley Brown's Beer, Baker City
Rogue Ales, Newport

Fegley's Brew Works, Allentown
Sly Fox Brewing Company, Phoenixville
Tröegs Independent Brewing, Hershey

Rhode Island
Foolproof Brewing Company, Pawtucket
Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island, Westerly
Revival Brewing Company, Cranston

South Carolina
Holy City Brewing Company, Charleston
Thomas Creek Brewery, Greenville
Westbrook Brewing Company, Mt. Pleasant

South Dakota
Crow Peak Brewing Company, Spearfish
Firehouse Brewing Company, Rapid City
Wooden Legs Brewing Company, Brookings

McHale's Brewhouse, Chattanooga
Wiseacre Brewing Co., Memphis
Yazoo Brewing Company, Nashville

Austin Beerworks, Austin
Community Beer Company, Dallas
Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Houston

Epic Brewing Company, Salt Lake City
Moab Brewery, Moab
Uinta Brewing Company, Salt Lake City

Hill Farmstead Brewery, Greensboro Bend
Lawson's Finest Liquids, Warren
Long Trail Brewing Company, Bridgewater Corners

Blue Mountain Brewery, Afton
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond
Port City Brewing Company, Alexandria

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen, Bellingham
Elysian Brewing Company, Seattle
Fremont Brewing, Seattle

West Virginia
Big Timber Brewing Company, Elkins
Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, Maxwelton
Mountain State Brewing Co., Thomas

Central Waters Brewing Company, Amherst
New Glarus Brewing Company, New Glarus
Titletown Brewing Company, Green Bay

Black Tooth Brewing Company, Sheridan
Snake River Brewing, Jackson
Wind River Brewing Company, Pinedale

Washington D.C.
3 Stars Brewing Company
DC Brau Brewing Company
Right Proper Brewing Company



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