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Stone Brewing CEO Greg Koch to lead 'Stonehenge,' a nationwide Stone tap takeover at World of Beer Aug. 22

It's time to man the battle stations because Stone Brewing is leading Stonehenge, a brew-d'etat of tap takeovers when they commandeer (nautical term) all taps at all World of Beers across the nation Aug. 22. And...

source: New Times Broward-Palm Beach
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To the uninitiated, American beer is fizzy dishwater. The informed tippler knows better. Walk into any of the thousands of craft-beer bars or brewpubs that have sprung up in recent years across the country and choose from an array of taps, perhaps a hoppy IPA, a delicate...

source: The Economist

In 2013 Constellation Brands paid $5.2 billion to control the sale of Mexican beer brewer Groupo Modelo's brands in the United States. The company's namesake Modelo Especial is sold in squat bottles that show off its golden hue, but Constellation Brands' shareholders...

source: Forbes

The Dutch brewer Heineken announced recently that it is investing $100 million in its Haiti production plant that makes the popular lager Prestige. The relatively large investment is significant because many international companies have been reluctant to spend money...

source: Miami Herald

Justin Grant writes: "It wasn't long ago that I wrote about the controversy surrounding the "session IPA" label, as applied to relatively low-alcohol pale ales containing a hop profile similar to IPAs. Many felt there was no need for a new official style to be recognized,...

source: Tampa Bay Times

When Schnebly Winery in south Miami-Dade County branched out into beer a few years ago with its Miami Brewing Co., Big Rod Coconut Ale was an instant hit. Huge aromas of fresh and toasted coconut lead to similarly tropical flavors with an undercurrent of vanilla. Like a...

source: Miami Herald

St. Pete Brewing Co., which has already made a name for itself with its St. Pete Orange Wheat and others, opened at 544 First Ave. N in St. Petersburg. The brewery was originally set to open in November, but the federal government shutdown in October gummed up the works...

source: Tampa Bay Times

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