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Great Lakes Brewing Co. |TropiCoastal Tropical IPA

  September 1, 2021

Thankfully, one of Cleveland’s finest breweries has a solution, with a new year-round offering to quench your thirst whether grilling for your next backyard BBQ or huddling up around the fire on a cold winter day.

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Dogfish Head Expansion into Canned Cocktails Was Only a Matter of Time

  June 14, 2021

Their recent expansion of taking their canned cocktail program nationwide, by leveraging their in-house distilling program and national distribution network, is yet another example of how the brewery continues to make moves in the face of a tumultuous craft beer marketplace. Here are the details.

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Six Lessons for the On-Premise's Complicated Comeback

  May 27, 2021

Written by Alex Parker, Beer&Beyond

With patio season in full swing, bars, and restaurants increasing capacity, and vaccinations on the rise, the recovery of the on-premise is full – and blissfully – underway.

While capacity restrictions remain in place in most U.S. states, at least 15 have allowed restaurants and bars to fully reopen. And data show drinkers across the country are eager to return.

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Hard Seltzer Embraces the Squeeze

  May 17, 2021

By John Holl, Wine Enthusiast

“Historically, if you look across FMBs, citrus is a winning flavor,” says Danelle Kosmal of flavored malt beverages (FMBs), the category that includes hard seltzer. Kosmal is the vice president of beverage alcohol at NielsenIQ, which tracks alcohol sales. “You see a lot of growth in terms of flavors, and lemonade sits with that profile. It’s an iconic taste, too. Something everyone is familiar with.”

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Guinness Reimagines Coffee With New Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Beer

  May 10, 2021

Guinness is back with another nitrogenated creation, which is already a fan-favorite: Guinness Nitro Cold Brew Coffee beer.

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Barefoot Awards 5 Grants for the #WeStanForHer Campaign

  April 13, 2021

The #WeStanForHer campaign celebrates and supports Black women entrepreneurs in order to drive toward economic equity for the Black community. The grants, awarded in partnership with New Voices Foundation, celebrate, recognize, and uplift Black women-owned businesses and their founders' unique journeys.

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Beer, Water, or Sports Drink?

  April 8, 2021

Health-conscious beers are not a new thing. They've just been changing with the times and the time to change with them is now. “Performance” ingredients such as electrolytes, vitamins, or antioxidants have become popular but are not found in all the beers targeting "the more health-conscious consumers," says Dave Williams of Bump Williams Consulting of Shelton, Connecticut, which services the beverage alcohol industry.

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The Power of Seltzer

  March 22, 2021

"It is exceptionally rare for a new alcohol type to capture almost 10% of a total market, but hard seltzer is fast approaching this within the beer segment in North America," says the latest Rabobank Beer Quarterly report.

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A Chemist Explains Why Corks Matter When Storing Wine

  March 5, 2021

Cork or screw top for a wine bottle, which is better?

A typical cork will let in about one milligram of oxygen per year. This sounds like a tiny bit, but after two or three years, the cumulative amount can be enough to break down the sulfites that winemakers add to protect the wine from oxidation.

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