Week of Sept. 30, 2013: Vanberg & DeWulf’s CTCT3 Celebration

On Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, the beer-centric bars and restaurants across the country will be raising a glass to celebrate Vanberg & DeWulf’s birthday and the great state of craft and specialty beer culture in the US. Last year, more than 500 events were hosted around the world – from the US to Italy, France, Iceland, the UK and Belgium. …


Week of Sept. 22, 2013: Craft Beer Bubble? Dogfish Head Tweason’ale Bridges the Gap

We all remember the dot.com bust of the late 1990s. Over-investment led to a tail spin that, according to some pundits, we have yet to recover from. Many economic soothsayers point to the rising popularity of the American craft beer movement and claim it is in a similar bubble. In this piece by the Brewer’s Association, you’ll see a nice …


Week of Sept. 15, 2013: Gnome Week Toasts, Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale earns 93 pts.

What’s 6,666 years old, rarely seen by us humans and possesses a reputation that’s worldwide? The gnomes. The trademark of La Chouffe beers, the gnome in its cheery red cap is as familiar to real beer fans as are the brands of this ancient brewery. You can celebrate with a tiny toast during La Chouffe Gnome Week, Sept. 18-21, with …


River Dog Brewing Co. of Ridgeland, SC, Joins Savannah Distributing Family of Craft Beers

RIDGELAND, SC — Barely a month after installing new fermenters to expand operations into neighboring Georgia, River Dog Brewing Co. is set to launch in Savannah during a public event on Friday. Several of the brewery’s beers were poured during Labor Day weekend’s Savannah Craft Brew Fest – the first taste many Georgians had of the beers made “just up …