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  1. Fontana Construction to Construct New Brewery for Red Truck Beer CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Vancouver-based construction company Fontana Construction will soon complete a brand-new, high-volume craft beer brewing facility for Red Truck Beer Company, Fontana Construction's third project for the beer brewers Fontana provides personalized 'old world service' via hands-on strategic thinking, cost savings, and excellent rapport with ownership and trades. This month, Fontana Construction will complete construction on a new craft beer brewing facility for the Red Truck Beer Company as a way to encourage tourism and enthusiasm about the local craft beer industry.


  2. Spy-PAs, IPAs and farmhouse ales: craft beer events for Mar.27-Apr. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | OregonLive.com

    The Commons Brewery opened yesterday in its big new space on Southeast Seventh Avenue and Belmont Street. There are 13 taps of Commons beers, bottles and chees and charcuterie available for purchase at the Cheese Annex in the building.


  3. Maker Faire calls for entries for third annual eventRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Capital Weekly

    The third annual Midcoast Mini Maker Faire is coming to the Camden Public Library and Amphitheater Sept. 12. The organizers invite makers, inventors, craftspeople, and performers of all ages to participate.


  4. Leisy Brewing Co. building will see beer flow again, under Ohio City contract-brewing planRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer

    ... layout and its history. "This was the largest brewery in Cleveland at its height," said Benner, who also runs a homebrewing shop in Ohio City. "It was three times the size of Great Lakes right now. They were doing 600,000 barrels." The ...


  5. 3 things you need to know to become a beer connoisseurRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    I was recently introduced to Man Crates, who have some awesome gifts for guys. They posed the question, what would help a beginner that is looking to get into beer .


  6. The K7RA Solar UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | QST

    Sunspot numbers and solar flux both rose this week. Average daily sunspot numbers on March 19-25 were up 24.8 points to 83.9, compared to the previous seven day period.


  7. Beer-sampling stopoverRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Telegram

    Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto makes one beer and takes great pride in making it right. - Photo courtesy of Steam Whistle Brewery I recently wrote that I wasn't expecting to do much travelling in the near future.


  8. Top Cutter IPARead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KAPP-TV Yakima

    The brewery was recently recognized by MensJournal -- the publication ranked their Top Cutter IPA 6th best tasting beer in the country. Brewery owners say they are honored to receive such recognition, despite only being in the craft beer brewing business for less than two years.


  9. The Brewers Association now has an Executive Chef. But why?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Today we learned that the Brewers Association has named Adam Dulye as its Executive Chef. It's an interesting development given the fact that the BA is not a restaurant.


  10. The Old Stone House hosts beer tasting to connect people to British historyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Rocket

    SRU professor Sean Macmillan, on the far left, shares the beer he brewed for "Homebrewed History" last summer at the Old Stone House. The curator of the Old Stone House is holding a program on Saturday, April 11 at 3 p.m. that will explore how history affected how people brewed beer, and includes a tasting of beers brewed according to 18th and 19th century recipes.


  11. Bearded Iris Brewing kegs first batch of beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Long time friends Paul Vaughn and Kavon Togrye have been homebrewing since they were 18. One went on to become an attorney, the other a financial analyst, but the desire to brew together never faded. As their respective careers were just getting started, they quickly came to the mutual conclusion that they should make brewing their career, and Bearded Iris Brewing was born sometime in 2013.


  12. 75th Street Brewery taps homebrewer Hank Puls' saison Friday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Pitch

    On New Year's Eve, Hank Puls was eating buffalo chicken wings while waiting to hear the winners of 75th Street Brewery's annual homebrewing contest. "I had no expectations of winning whatsoever," says Puls, a pediatrician at Children's Mercy.


  13. Roaring Fork Beer Co. celebrates 1-year anniversary with birthday bashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Grand Junction Free Press

    The Roaring Fork Beer Company's Jerod Day, assistant brewer, hands off a freshly brewed pint to a customer in the tasting room on Dolores Way in Carbondale. Roaring Fork Beer Company paired bites from SILO with four of its beers during its birthday celebration week.


  14. General Assembly's 2015 session endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Floyd County Times

    The Kentucky General Assembly's 2015 session came to a close tonight after Senate and House members reached an agreement on comprehensive anti-heroin legislation and a measure to expand protective orders to include dating violence victims Lawmakers also gave late-night approval to a bill that will safeguard the revenue stream for the state's road projects by limiting how far gas taxes can drop when fuel prices fall. Bills approved by lawmakers and signed by the governor will go into effect as state law in 90 days from today's adjournment, except for those that specify a different effective date or include an emergency clause that makes them effective as soon as they are signed into law.


  15. New craft brewery opening: Barrel of Monks in Boca RatonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Palm Beach Post

    Longtime friends and Boca Raton residents Matthew Saady, Keith DeLoach and Bill McFee opened Barrel of Monks Brewing in Boca Raton after seven years of home brewing. Seven years ago, three Boca Raton friends started brewing nothing but Belgian-style beers on an improvised home-brew system that included a five-gallon pot over a propane burner and an Igloo cooler.


  16. Adam Dulye Named Executive Chef of Brewers Association and CraftBeer.comRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    ... 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 ...


  17. Create apps for your quadcopter with 3D Robotics' free 'DroneKit' softwareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Engadget

    Today it's introducing a new tool to the public: DroneKit, software that allows anyone to create apps for, well, drones! DroneKit works with any craft that uses 3DR's " APM " autopilot , and apps can be created for Android, web and standalone "companion" devices . What can you do with these apps? So far, mostly the same things you can do with existing flight planning software .


  18. Tap+Cork: Brooklyn Beer & Wine Fest 2015 Dates AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    The third annual Tap+Cork: Brooklyn Beer & Wine Fest will take place August 15, kicking off with special pop-up events on August 14. The now two-day event will feature expanded craft beer and wine selections as well as a Motown music celebration. Arts+Crafts, Inc. has announced its annual Tap+Cork: Brooklyn Beer & Wine Fest will take place August 14-15, 2015.


  19. A 1m vision for Dereham MaltingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Eastern Daily Press

    Bosses at Great Ryburgh-based Crisp Malting have revealed that they plan to bring Dereham Maltings on Norwich Road back to life to produce malt for craft beer. The grade II-listed building, formerly known as F&G Smith Maltings, closed in 2000 and has since been left disused.


  20. Craft beer shop coming to CourthouseRead the original story

    Wednesday | WTOP-FM Washington

    Julie Drews and Beth Helle have lived in Arlington for a decade, and they grew so tired of not having a specialty craft beer store in their neighborhood that they decided to open one themselves. They have leased space at 2004 Wilson Blvd, in the new 2001 Clarendon apartments, to open The Brew Shop , which will sell craft beer, homebrewing supplies, wine and locally roasted coffee beans.