• 2nd Beer Brat Fest

    2nd Beer Brat Fest

    Craft Beer

    Come down to the Bushnell Craft Brewing Company Restaurant and Tap Room this Memorial Day Weekend for their 2nd Annual Beer Brat Fest. The festivities starts this Saturday May 23rd and Run through the end of Memorial Day, May 25th. Come experience what a Bushnell Craft Beer Brat tastes like in our BRAND NEW OUTDOOR SEATING AREA.

    The Bushnell Family drove down to Leavenworth and picked up some ridiculously good Brats from “Cured by Visconti”. Kristin, using her knowledge and skills in the kitchen, is going to Infuse our Dirty Shirley Blonde Ale into these Brats to make them one of a kind, delicious and Juicy Bushnell Craft Beer Brats. Served with a side of Kristin's Famous German Potato Salad, you won't want to miss your chance to get a plate of your own.

    Come Enjoy a Pint of any of the Bushnell Craft Flagships on Tap; Dirty Shirley Blonde Ale, Bofuss Amber Ale, CrackBack IPA, Pine Tar Porter, Dunkadelic Milk Stout and our NEW Game 39 Irish Red Ale.

    This event, along with their Tap Room, is Family Friendly, so bring the whole family down to come enjoy Bushnell Craft's 2nd Annual Beer Brat Fest.

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  • Foudres for Thought

    Foudres for Thought

    Craft Beer

    Experimenting with different beer styles and brewing techniques is what makes the life of a brewer exciting. Much like a chef, brewers have unlimited ways they can use ingredients to create beers with unlimited characteristics.

    You may have noticed a recent trend in the industry has been to sour beers using different bacteria and microorganisms like Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus, as well as long-term aging in various kinds of wine and spirit barrels. The resulting beers can be very complex and have a wide range of flavors that are becoming increasingly popular in today's craft beer market.

    Because beers are fermented using wild strains of bacteria or are coming from a limited number of barrels, they tend to be seasonal and are available for only short periods of time. The souring process can take months if not longer, and time is money. Aging beer for long periods of time also takes up valuable real estate in a brewery.

    So what are brewers doing to keep up with the demand for these beers that take so long to make such a small quantity? The answer is bigger barrels—a lot bigger!

    Foudres: The Bigger Barrel

    Breweries across the country like Monkish Brewing Co. in Torrance, Calif., and Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. in Croydon, Pa., who live for experimental batches and truly love sour beers, are purchasing used foudres (foudre in French, foeder in Dutch) from wineries and distilleries.

    Foudres are essentially giant barrels. These huge pieces of equipment are giving small and independent craft brewers the capability to produce sour offerings in much larger quantities. More and more breweries are starting barrel programs at their establishments, which means more brewery jobs and more sour beers on the shelf.

    Many brewers are sharing their plans for their barrel programs, giving sour beer lovers something to look forward to in the months to come. You can see some of ways breweries are using foudres and barrels by checking out these articles.

    New Belgium

    New Belgium produces many sour beers, with La Folie being the most widely known. The brewers at New Belgium truly love sour beers, and in “This is How We Build Foeders,” you'll see first-hand how they assemble and maintain their giant foudres.

    Monkish Brewing Co.

    Monkish brewery added five oak foudres to their brewery almost a year ago. These vessels are dedicated to wild and sour beers. Check out “Foudres,” to learn about the foudres they purchased from Markham Vineyards in Napa, which were originally used for aging its Sauvignon Blanc.

    Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co.

    Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. is excited about the expansion of their sour beer program with the addition of three 45-hectoliter foudres. Learn the details about their expansion and sour program in, “All the Stouts, Cans, And Foudres Fit to Print.

    Destihl Brewery

    With numerous wild sour, barrel aged and wood aged beers it's no surprise that Destihl Brewery is also using foudres straight from France. Learn more about their oak vessels in “About Our Brewery.”

    Photo © New Belgium Brewing Co.

    Ben Zeller is a homebrewer, beer and food enthusiast, certified beer server and is the current Craft Beer Program Intern for the Brewers Association. He is also a new father, skier and currently a student at MSUD, anticipating graduation this December. He hopes to learn as much as he can during his time with the BA and continue his career in the craft beer world.

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  • Squatters Craft Beers Gets Sociable for the Summer

    Squatters Craft Beers Gets Sociable for the Summer

    Craft Beer

    Salt Lake City – (May 20, 2015) – Squatters Craft Beers releases Sociable, a refreshing four percent ABV Krystalweizen. Krystalweizens are named for their crystal clear appearance, a clean easy-drinking beer for the summer months.
    A German Krystalweizen is a “crystal wheat” beer, meaning it is a filtered, brilliantly bright weizen ale. “While Hefeweizens are a popular style, not everyone appreciates the cloudy appearance of a Hefeweizen nor the flavors of the yeast still present in the beer”, explains head brewer Jon Lee, “that's how filtered Krystalweizens came about.”

    Sociable is light bodied yet lively on the tongue, with unique banana and clove aromas from the brewers selection of Bavarian yeast, and a subtle tart flavor from the wheat.

    “If you enjoy Hefeweizens, you will love a Krystalweizen,” expresses Jon, “it has become a staple in my beer fridge at home, quickly becoming one of my favorite beers we make. Very easy to serve at casual gatherings, it's a crowd pleaser.”

    Traditionally brewed for large events in the most popular wedding months of summer, Krystalweizens are refreshing, great for a sunny day and pairs well with almost any menu. “This pale straw colored beer is bright and looks very appealing in a glass”, states Jon, “I'm really excited to have this next to the barbeque with me this summer.”

    Historically, a special batch of Krystalweizen was brewed for wedding celebrations; couples participated in adding the hops into the kettle, bringing them good luck. Our Sociable sweethearts were photographed in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City by local photographer Michael Brown of Sweetgrass Productions. Craft beer and #summerlovin, start the honeymoon now.

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    About Squatters Craft Beers
    Jeff Polychronis and Peter Cole founded Squatters Pub Brewery Salt Lake's original craft brewpub in 1989. The company currently operates five brewpubs and a wine and ale house. In 2000, Squatters Craft Beers and Wasatch Brewery merged their brewery operations for draft and bottle production. To date, Squatters and Wasatch have brought home 17 World Beer Cup Awards and 30 Great American Beer Festival Medals. In 2010, they received the prestigious U.S. Mid-size Brewery of the Year award from the Brewers Association.
    Squatters and Wasatch bottled and draft beers are available in Utah, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. For more information, please visit www.squatters.com and www.wasatchbeers.com.

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  • Simple Theme Nights to Boost Sales

    Industry Updates

    Keeping your bar booming with business entails livening up the status quo. Beyond offering specials and playing the big game, hosting theme nights is a terrific way to draw new crowds and see massive spikes in sales. Great bar themes for events create a fun atmosphere and generate interest in staying at your bar longer. No need to run to Party City and buy up all of the luau decorations – these theme nights are simple and proven to drive revenue.

    Music Night

    One of the easiest ways to add a flavor to a particular evening is to play a particular genre of music that goes against the grain of your bar or pub's typical aural feel. Do you usually only play classic rock? Mix it up – hire a local DJ for a country, hip-hop, or Top 40 night. Depending on your desired demographic, you can really draw in specialized crowds. In addition, a change in lighting and a DJ is all you really need for a surefire hit. If you have enough space, choose music that's fun to dance to so your customers can socialize and buy more drinks while they try to get lucky.

    Singles Night

    Speaking of getting lucky, few bar themes drive sales harder than a night of possible romance. Bars have always been a hotspot for dating and meeting new people, and you should utilize that for a fun theme night. One fun variation on this trend is the “stoplight” night – pass out stickers or leis or party hats. Green means, “go,” or actively looking, yellow means it'll be more of a tough sell, and red indicates you're taken or not looking. This twist packs bars and increases alcohol sales as everyone turns to a social lubricant for comfort. And hey, you might facilitate some love in the progress.

    Comedy Night

    These bar themes are all about simplicity. No need to overhaul your image – themed events are enough to draw a crowd and provide incentive for customers to come out on a slower night. Book a local comedian to host an open-mic, or to bring a few up-and-coming performers to do some stand up comedy. All you need is a little space and a microphone. Even if the comedians bomb, you'll still come out on top with increased sales and an increased customer connection.

    To really attract customers, keep bar themes simple. Romance, music, comedy – stick to these staples and see your revenue increase on themed nights.

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  • Craft Beer Summer Seasonals 2015

    Craft Beer Summer Seasonals 2015

    Craft Beer

    Summer is slowly creeping back into almost every aspect of our lives—lighter foods, outdoor activities, vacations and of course craft beer. Brewers are designing craft beer summer seasonals to enjoy in warmer weather that pair well with summer foods and activities. When looking through these seasonals, we're noticing adjectives like light, citrusy, crisp, refreshing and bright used to describe these beers.

    Session beers are another trend in this year's summer beer lineup. Brewers have readily accepted the challenge of creating beers with large flavor profiles, but lower ABVs (usually under 5 percent). Read more in “7 India Session Ales for Summer” by Brian Yaeger.

    “Small and independent craft brewers have once again taken advantage of the season and produced creative and satisfying summer craft beers,” said Julia Herz, publisher of CraftBeer.com and the Brewers Association craft beer program director. “Summer seasonals are a must for those craving some of the most refreshing and flavorful offerings the beer world has to offer.”

    To celebrate these special seasonal beers, we asked Brewers Association member breweries to share their latest releases. Here's what they had to say:

    Northeast


    Lake Placid Brewery & Pub Brewery Ommegang Saranac Brewery Two Roads Brewing

    Central


    Ale Asylum Atwater Brewery Big Bay Brewing Co. Door County Brewing Co. Empyrean Brewing Co. Indeed Brewing Co. Marshall Brewing Co. Piney River Brewing Co. Shorts Brewing Co. Sun King Brewing Co. Triton Brewing Co. Tyranena Brewing Co.

    Pacific


    Golden Road Brewing Co. Anchor Brewing Co. Bear Republic Brewing Co. Fremont Brewing Co. Gordon Biersch Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. High Water Brewing Hopworks Urban Brewery Lagunitas Brewing Maui Brewing Co. Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. Standing Stone Brewing Co. Ninkasi Brewing Co. Rogue Ales

    Mountain West


    Denver Beer Co. Fiction Beer Company Grand Teton Brewing Co. Joseph James Brewing Co. Kannah Creek Brewing Co. Santa Fe Brewing Co. Payette Brewing Co. Ska Brewing Co. Sockeye Brewing Co. Squatters Brewery Wasatch Brewery

    South


    4 Hands Brewing Co. Foothills Brewing Hi-Wire Brewing Islamorada Beer Co. Little Harpeth Brewing Co. Mother Earth Brewing Orlando Brewing Starr Hill Brewing Co. Swamp Head Brewery Terrapin Beer Co.

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  • Saint Arnold Brewing Co. Continues Gradual Florida Expansion with Orlando Rollout

    Saint Arnold Brewing Co. Continues Gradual Florida Expansion with Orlando Rollout

    Craft Beer

    Saint Arnold Founder/Brewer Brock Wagner to Meet with Craft Beer Enthusiasts this Week

    ORLANDO, FLA., May 19, 2015 – Brock Wagner, the Founder/Brewer of Saint Arnold Brewing Co. (www.saintarnold.com), the oldest craft brewery in Texas, will visit with craft beer fans in the Orlando area this week to introduce Saint Arnold's selection of craft beers. This is the first time Saint Arnold, listed among the 50 largest craft breweries in America by the Brewer's Association, will be available in Orlando area pubs, restaurants and in stores.

    Starting this week, City Beverages will begin distributing Saint Arnold's most popular brands, including:

    • Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower Beer – This four-time Great American Beer Festival medal winner is Saint Arnold's most popular beer. Fancy Lawnmower is a true German-style Kölsch — crisp, yet with a sweet malty body that is balanced by a complex, citrus hop character.
    • Saint Arnold Elissa IPA – A medal winner in the Great American Beer Festival's Extra Special Bitter or Strong Bitter category, Saint Arnold Elissa IPA is named after the tall ship ELISSA, and a portion of proceeds is earmarked for donation to the ship's preservation.
    • Santo – A two-time Great American Beer Festival medal winner, Santo is the newest addition to Saint Arnold's year-round selection. The original “black Kölsch,” Santo features a distinct dark malt flavor, but is surprisingly light bodied and floral.

    “Like many people from around the country and around the world, I have fond memories of visiting Orlando for other reasons in the past. I'm excited to have our beer now available in this destination city,” said Wagner. Wagner is scheduled to meet with Orlando's craft beer community at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, at Rogue Pub located in the Curry Ford East Shopping Center at 3076 Curry Ford Road in Orlando.

    “My favorite part of my job is sharing the passion for beer and brewing. I'm looking forward to talking with fellow craft beer lovers about Saint Arnold this week,” Wagner said.

    Saint Arnold Brewing is named for a seventh-century bishop of Metz, France. St. Arnold (b. 580 AD, d. 640) was a patron saint of brewers who discouraged the community from drinking impure water, recommending beer instead. The brewery operates out of a 104,000 square foot 3-story brick building originally constructed in 1914. Saint Arnold's brewhouse was imported from Klosterbrauerei Raitenhaslach, a Bavarian monastery.

    In addition to Orlando, Saint Arnold beer is now available throughout Texas and Louisiana, as well as the Gulf Coast of Florida to the Florida Keys. The brewery has won a mantel-full of awards, including 20 medals from the Great American Beer Festival and numerous wins at the World Beer Cup, where judges in 2014 awarded the Bronze Medal to Santo in the American-Style Dark Lager category.

    On Twitter, follow @saintarnold
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    On Instagram, follow @saintarnoldbrewing

    About Saint Arnold Brewing Company

    Saint Arnold Brewing's 16 brews are made and sold by the company's staff of 74 dedicated employees. Ranked 46th on the Brewers Association list of top craft breweries, Saint Arnold was listed by USA Today as one of the “10 great places to see what's brewing in beer,” and Smart Meetings magazine named it among the “Top 5 breweries to host an event.” Saint Arnold is located at 2000 Lyons Avenue and its brewery tour and tasting is offered every weekday at 3:00 P.M. and Saturdays starting at 11 A.M. For more information on Saint Arnold's eight year-round and five seasonal beers as well as root beer, log on to www.saintarnold.com.

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  • How to Cater to Food Allergies

    Industry Updates

    In the last 20 years, food allergies and sensitivities in the United States have increased by 50%. That's a staggering figure, and is simply something you can't afford to ignore if you want to stay ahead. Great restaurant management involves catering the experience of your restaurant to as many demographics as possible. If you crunch the numbers, a large percentage of your customers are going to have certain food allergies.

    This isn't a passing trend – this is the new landscape of the restaurant industry. You need to jump onboard now to guarantee staying power in a market where every new eatery that opens features bolder and better entrees centered around veganism, gluten allergies, and the like. Beyond increasing your potential customer-base, catering to food allergies is the safest and most logical way to conduct business. People with peanut allergies shouldn't be terrified of entering your establishment. Here are the best practices to cater to food allergies.

    A Safety Net

    First things first – guests with food allergies don't WANT food allergies. It is a condition they have to live with that causes a great deal of anxiety and worry. Putting them at ease as soon as they walk into the door is crucial. Train your staff to be accommodating and understanding. Educate your hostess to know what to say if someone asks, “are any of your pastas gluten-free?” Remember the silver lining: guests with food allergies are the most loyal guests you can possibly have. If you provide a variety of options for someone with food allergies, they'll want to come back as they've had a positive experience. Remember, your job is to serve, not to judge. A waiter or waitress that gets agitated and vocally dismissive of relevant allergy questions cannot be tolerated. Your restaurant management style should cultivate a safe environment for guests with food allergies.

    Create a Code

    When avoiding the “big eight” food allergies (which are peanuts, wheat, milk, shellfish, fish, eggs, tree nuts, and soybeans) your staff cannot afford to be sloppy. These are dangerous, instantaneous reactions in many cases. Do you want a lawsuit on your hands because your chef didn't switch gloves between the peanut casserole and the salad? I didn't think so. Work with a health and allergy professional to create a rigorous code for staff, cooks, and all employees to avoid any potential mistakes when preparing and serving food for patrons with food allergies. Make allergy awareness a required aspect of training. It may seem tedious and costly, but again creating a safe environment for these guests is paramount for their health. It also boosts your sales when they keep coming back. A satisfied diner with food allergies will make your restaurant a staple in their schedule.

    Expect a Boom

    When you modify your menu and your restaurant to cater to food allergies and sensitivities, you will undoubtedly experience a high surge in new and returning customers. Think about this logically – in a large group of friends, who will ultimately be choosing where everyone eats? The answer is always the friend with food allergies. As a “safe haven” you provide a place they can guarantee and good experience and meal. Unlike other customers, they can't simply eat next door if they get tired of your restaurant.

    Make Your Menu a Breeze to Read

    This may seem obvious, but is curiously overlooked more than one would think. Restaurant management competence revolves around filling your customers needs before they anticipate them – organize and label your menu with clear indicators and sections for food allergies and sensitivities. Offering a gluten-free menu or section is a wonderful start, and including indicators for food allergies and vegan dishes also helps alleviate the pressure on the patron and the waiter or waitress. With clear divisions on the menu your wait staff won't be routinely put on the spot with detailed questions about the make up of the entrees. And it makes things incredibly easier for the customer – for many of them, ordering the wrong menu item or forgetting to ask one question is a matter of life or death, so cater to their needs.

    Innovate your staff, menu, food options, and atmosphere in these ways and you'll watch your typical restaurant transform into a vibrant hub for guests with food allergies, who will guarantee regular business for years to come.

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  • Pub Games to Spice Up Your Bar

    Industry Updates

    When you're an established bar or pub with a seasoned group of regulars, it can be tempting to slide into status quo territory, thinking your brand will speak for itself. But for smaller niche bars and booming franchises alike, the key to attracting new customers and increasing your word of mouth advertising is by shaking things up and finding new ways to cater to your customers. For many bars, pub games are crucial for invigorating the atmosphere and encouraging a fun evening where the drinks flow freely. But don't settle for the one or two in your arsenal. Try some new pub games that don't cost a fortune, and turn fun into a sizeable profit.

    Cornhole

    That's right: cornhole isn't just an underground Southern pastime anymore. Cornhole has gone decidedly mainstream with its simple rules and ample room for error and laughter. If you have a spacier bar, hosting a small cornhole tournament is a great way to encourage “localizing” your bar by drawing in patrons to create a community. Cornhole boards are fairly cheap to make, and beanbags sell for mere dollars online. Facilitate drinking games during cornhole and you can watch your sales skyrocket on slow nights.

    A Wall of Champions

    All you need for this “drinking game” is adequate wall space and a mind for sales. Creating a competitive elite space for customers that, for example, win in a pub game tournament or drink one of every beer on the menu (over time, of course) promotes loyalty among your customers by giving them a goal to strive for. Feel free to make the challenge for entry into your “wall of champions” difficult or lengthy so that your customers spend more money earning their spot. The fun is in the exclusivity, so don't make it too easy or you'll flood your walls, leaving the game to be soon forgotten.

    A Picture Booth

    Some “pub games” aren't necessarily games at all, but just ingenious ways to promote your bar and let your patrons have a ball. Installing a simple photo booth will have any boozy customer eager to take photos with their group of fans, and in the modern social media climate these photos will undoubtedly be uploaded to social media. Create a “location” on major social media sites for your bar so your customers can tag themselves at your pub. For extra marketing, include a watermark of your bar name in the bottom corner in all photos from the photo booth.

    Darts

    Yes, darts are standard for many bars, but there's a proven reason why pub games like darts are classics. The materials are cheap and easy to rent out (or replace if necessary), and they create a fun and competitive climate. Darts encourages bonding, and booze, and a lengthier stay at your bar. Again, hosting tournaments or special nights exclusively promoting your dart game can certainly draw a crowd, and bring out more than your regular customers.

    Board Games for Crowds

    No, we're not suggesting you rent out Risk to your gallivanting patrons. However, certain simple board games like the ever popular Cards Against Humanity are a no brainer: for bars with table lounging areas, these games ensure a party will stay for at least an hour, and the suggestive nature of the game will undoubtedly lead to a fun, memorable night that your customers will want to replicate in the future – by coming back again and again. And they're on the cheap side, too – most board games for socializing run between 20 and 30 dollars.

    Classic Table Games

    When you have a larger bar, purchasing traditional pub games like pool, foosball, or shuffleboard is a wise investment. Beyond providing entertainment and activity so patrons end up staying longer, they also help facilitate foot traffic in bigger spaces and keep things from being congested. These pub games explain themselves, and are a terrific way to add a fun vibe to your watering hole. However, these aren't as recommended for smaller bars that could make more efficient use of the space.

    Simple Competitions

    Never underestimate the sales power of simple pub games that pit patron against patron or perhaps a team of customers against your bartender. Standbys like rock-paper-scissors, dice roll, and even flipping a coin can be marketed with prizes and discounts for the winners, and these kinds of games are (quite obviously) cheap to put on. Remember, any kind of fun is good fun for pub games.

    Be sure to include a wide variety of pub games at your location to continually boost your profits and generate new interest in your bar. No matter what games you select, create a competitive event to promote around the pub games for the most bankable results. Fun is the name of the game, so play to win accordingly.

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  • Session Cream Summer Ale from Full Sail Brewing

    Craft Beer
    Hood River, Oregon – Next in Full Sail Brewing's Session Series lineup is the newly released Session Cream Summer Ale. It's a classic American beer in a classic American bottle just in time to celebrate American Craft Beer Week (May 11-17). This golden ale has a creamy head and a smooth, sweet disposition – just […]
  • Session Cream Summer Ale Joins Full Sail Brewing’s Award-Winning Session Beer Series

    Session Cream Summer Ale Joins Full Sail Brewing’s Award-Winning Session Beer Series

    Craft Beer

    Next in Full Sail Brewing's Session Series lineup is the newly released Session Cream Summer Ale. It's a classic American beer in a classic American bottle just in time to celebrate American Craft Beer Week (May 11-17). This golden ale has a creamy head and a smooth, sweet disposition – just the ticket on a hot summer's day. Session Cream Ale pours with a rich golden hue with aromas of citrus and herbal hops backed with a smooth malty/sweet mid-palate, finishing cleanly with hints of citrus and caramel. I scream, you scream, we all scream for Session Cream! Session Cream is available in 12-packs and on nitro-draft all summer long. ABV 5.4%, IBU 26.

    “Ten years ago Full Sail introduced Session Lager reflecting our view that beers should be inclusive and celebrate camaraderie without extremes or gimmicks,” said Irene Firmat, Full Sail Brewing Company's CEO & Founder. “Grateful that many beer lovers agree with us, and with ‘sessionable' beers suddenly all the rage, there's never been a better time to expand Session's universal appeal. Our new Session Series gives Session fans three additional ways to enjoy ‘Session-ability' as their tastes (and the weather) change.”

    Since their 2005 launch, Full Sail's Session beers have earned a slew of shiny awards and trophies including 35 gold medals. Recently, Full Sail's Session lagers swept the 2014 World Beer Championships with each beer earning top honors including a gold medal for both Session Premium Lager and the newly released Session Export. Session Fest, Session Black and Session IPA were honored with silver medals. After all, why have a beer when you could have a Session?

    About Full Sail Brewing Company:
    Founded in 1987, the independent Full Sail Brewery is perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the most epic wind and kite surfing spot in the world. Over the last 28 years, Full Sail has collected more than 300 national and international awards for their beers and sustainable practices, including 150 gold medals, and was recently named Craft Brewer of the Year by Beverage World Magazine for their years of “sustainable stewardship, quality, consistency and operational ingenuity.” Among the company's most popular brews are Full Sail Amber, IPA, Pilsner, Pub Series, Session Lager, Session Black and Session Series beers. At this very moment their specialists in the liquid refreshment arts are crafting barley and hops into your next beer. The Full Sail Brew Pub is open seven days a week. Swing by for a pint, grab a bite, tour the brewery, or just soak up the view.

    Website: www.fullsailbrewing.com

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Full-Sail-Brewing-Company/60072986984

    Twitter: www.twitter.com/FullSailBrewing

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/fullsailbrewing#

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