The brewers have been rolling out their beers in Ohio, but demand is outpacing the supply.
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The dinner brings together some of craft beer industry's leading women and, needless to say, a lot of beer.
As the brewery fires up its new facility in Hershey, it prepares to take over the taps at the Khyber with some rare brews.
The new small batch ale, which is brewed with fresh picked hops, is in short supply.
Southwark's Nick Macri explains his hop sausage.
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Rounding up the region's neighborhood news.
The benefit will pair donuts with local brews.
The long awaited opening for this East Passyunk Ave. newcomer is expected by the end of October.
Woods repped Sly Fox for years and is moving on to work for Allagash.
The dinner matches chef Jonathan Adams dishes with Sixpoint brews.
The vintage video games and craft beer bar opened last night; a grand opening is scheduled for tonight.
They're making T-shirts together, not beer.
The Brit-ish pub's signature dish is not included on its latest menu update.
Three of the regions most popular breweries are expanding.
Like LaPierre, most craft brewers had their pumpkin beers brewed and in fermenting tanks before the hellacious weather struck.
While big beer's sales continue slipping, craft brews' keep growing.
The P.O.P.E.'s dedicated La Chouffe Line is only one of three in the country.
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It's the first Oktoberfest brew in Yeungling's 182 years in business.