NOLA Brewing Celebrates Ten Years of Beers

(New Orleans, LA) –  NOLA Brewing invites you to celebrate “Ten Years of Beers” on February 15th, 2019. The anniversary party… read post

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UpCountry Brewing to Release a Hazy Double IPA

UpCountry Brewing is continuing its weekly beer releases with a new Hazy Double IPA going on tap this week. The “Hazy Love” DIPA will go on tap in the Asheville taproom at 6 p.m. on Wednesday and will also go on tap at the Brevard taproom at 4 p.m. on Thursday.

Wild Heaven Beer Expands Emergency Drinking Beer Series

For 2019, Wild Heaven Beer announces that along with the eagerly awaited rollouts of ATL Easy Ale and Standard Deluxe Lager, the flagship Emergency Drinking Beer brand is expanding to include a series of seasonal fruited versions.

SPX FLOW Announces New Partner in Australia

As part of its continuous service improvement program, SPX FLOW is pleased to announce a new service partner, FDPI Spares & Maintenance, in Victoria, Australia. Family owned FDPI is a well-trusted and rapidly growing business with expertise in liquid processes within the dairy, food and beverage industries.

Canopy Growth Corporation to Invest Up to $150 Million in New York Production Facility

Less than a month after the signing of the 2018 Farm Bill, Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth Corporation has announced plans to invest up to $150 million to establish its first U.S. production facility in New York state. Earlier this week, Canopy announced that the Empire State had granted it a license to begin processing and producing hemp. In a press release, Canopy said it would invest between $100 million and $150 million to build a U.S. operation in New York’s Southern Tier.

Brewbound Podcast Episode 019: Josh Landan on His Return to Beer

In episode 19 of the Brewbound Podcast, Josh Landan talks about his time building the Saint Archer brand and the lessons he learned as a first-time entrepreneur. He also discusses the differences between building a beer company and a non-alcoholic beverage company.