Social beer drinking app Untappd releases a special badge for American Craft Beer Week. To celebrate, Untappd has teamed up with the Brewers Association to bring you another year of the American Craft Beer Week badge!
To unlock it, check-in to any American craft beer (any non-macro will do it) and show your support of craft brewers across the country.
For the first time since 1973, MillerCoors has totally revamped the classic longneck. The torso of the bottle, so to speak, has been elongated, and the neck is slightly shorter. Miller design folks say that’s to make it easier to drink. It looks a little more streamlined—and loses the swirled neck that was added a few years back—but holds onto key elements like brown glass.
Welcome to the Off Sale Podcast; a weekly beer review by the staff at Fused Interactive. This week, Brian found another Trappist Ale for us to try. If you have listened to any past episodes, you’ve no doubt heard our ongoing banter of the Gulden Draak, Brian’s all-time favorite beer. The Chimay Red is similar to that style and we are excited to try it. Cheers!
Located in the beautiful Union Park at the foot of McGovern Hill, Fred Heim’s aptly named Union Brewery brewed beer and seasonal beverages for the Deadwood community. Heim’s gardens, arguably, out-did his spirits. The Union Brewery gardens were chosen as the location for the 1878 July 4th celebration, and were hailed by newspapers as the finest in the territory. Mr. Heim also owned and operated the Union Brewery Saloon, on the corner of Lee and Main Streets, which opened in October 1876.
A limited run of Schell Shocked was released to the state of Minnesota last year as a test in the market and the positive response was overwhelming. Schell Shocked is a golden Radler style lager. It is light and crisp, combining mild malt flavor with a sweet grapefruit tang.
The beer will be available in bottles and 16 oz. cans mid-May.
Hoppenstance is a beer blog managed by Ben Lippert, a Sioux Falls online marketing professional and craft beer connosiour. I believe that many things in life occur by happenstance. That, combined with my love for beer, gave me the idea for this beer blog. Raise your glass to circumstance. Cheers!