Episode 69: Reciprocation
The gang is back and joined by Sam from Craft Carolina to Black and Blue, along with:
KY is fighting the man
Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch InBev is a step closer to having to sell its Kentucky distributorships as the Kentucky Senate has passed the controversial HB 168.
When you’re picking out a beer, what flavors do you look for? If hints of soured milk and burnt rubber, or a “goaty” taste sound delightful to you, then brews that were aged for 170 years at the bottom of the Baltic Sea might just be your thing.
Brought to you by Carls Jr.
Portland’s Craft Beer Alliance (Nasdaq: BREW) boosted its bottom line by 12 percent last year as its revenue jumped past the $200 million for the first time.
Can’t we all just get along?
Innovation Brewing of Sylva makes only about 500 barrels of beer a year, mostly sold in Jackson County. But size doesn’t matter in a tough trademark dispute with the much bigger Bell’s Brewery of Kalamazoo, Michigan, which made more than 310,000 barrels last year.
Stone does a solid
While we follow our own muse at Stone, we also pay attention to our fans. Believe it or not, even with more than 600,000 followers across all of our social media channels, we read each and every comment posted on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and more.
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