Brewing with history Alaska has a rich history of brewing. From the explorers of the 1700s through the Gold Rush, many a thirsty Alaskan has been able to enjoy locally made beers. In 1986, 28-year-olds Marcy and Geoff Larson reignited that tradition when they opened the Alaskan Brewing Company, the 67th brewery in the country
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New Belgium Brewing Company, Ft. Collins, CO. releases Snapshot Wheat Ale.
Watch this clip to learn more about this awesome Wheat Beer with a tart finish – and see all the fun people that make it!
Available in package and draft.
Available year round – whooo hooo!
County Availability: Washtenaw and Livingston
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Read More>> AW SNAP! Snapshot is here.
Miller Fortune, an Amber Lager clocking in at a ramped up 6.9% ABV, will be in the market soon!
The spirit of Southern California in a bottle – BIG, BOLD IPA’s, BIG, BOLD Beers are here! Green Flash of San Diego, California has opened the state of Michigan and O&W will be carrying it our our seven county footprint. West Coast IPA, Pallet Wrecker spring seasonal and Le Freak will be our first offerings
Read More>> Green Flash is HERE!
We’ve been putting the NEW in BELGIUM since 1991. It starts with the Belgian brewing tradition of ignoring tradition. Add in our Belgian brewmaster Peter Bouckaert and his imaginative blend of brewing delicious beers with loads of character and aspiring ingredients.
If you really want to learn about our beer and the brewmasters behind
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What does it take to turn a homespun craft beer into a national brand?
That’s the question Ken Grossman, president and founder of Sierra Nevada, tackles in his new book, “Beyond the Pale: The Story of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.” In the book, Grossman explains how market differentiation, an obsession with quality, and rapid early
Read More>> How Sierra Nevada Grew From A Microbrewery To A National Brand
You still have time to enter to win!!! Text NBBSKI to 60746 to win a ski trip to Colorado this March!
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American Craft Beer Week May 12-18, 2014
What: American Craft Beer Week (ACBW) is the national celebration of America’s small and independent craft brewers. CraftBeer.com is the official website of American Craft Beer Week.
Where: Craft brewers and better beer retailers nationwide have participated in past years. We invite you to
Read More>> Save the Date! American Craft Beer Week 2014
Triumph does it again… watch him tear into everyone at The Great American Beer Festival. It’s awesome!!!
Even if you can’t make the trek to Munich this year, you can still enjoy some of the same beers being served across the Atlantic. In fact, three of the breweries featured here are among the six that are allowed to serve beer at the Bavarian Oktoberfest. The Oktoberfest style, also known as
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