Craft Beer News Roundup: Saint Somewhere, Avery, Stoudts , Mother Earth and The Bruery
Let us rejoice, we have another edition of Craft Beer News Roundup. In this edition, read items on Saint Somewhere Brewing, Avery Brewing, Stoudts Brewing, Mother Earth Brewing as well as The Bruery. Cheers!
Saint Somewhere Brewing – Batch 1 of “Caroline”.Saison brewed with coffee beans is fermenting and will be drinkable by the end of this month.
Avery Brewing – The Return of Karma and Samael’s Ale – “Inspired by the principle of karma and the wonderful farmhouse and pale ales of Belgium, we have created this bright and estery Belgian-style ale with a beautiful amber hue. We will celebrate the return of our most refreshing seasonal with a 5 o’clock Friday Tapping on April 6th at the Avery Tap Room. Here’s to being good!” and ” On Thursday, April 26th, 6:30pm, we will celebrate the annual resurrection of our English strong Demon with a guided multi-year vertical tasting and scrumptious eats to pair. Seating will be limited, and tickets are $20 per person. You can purchase your ticket at the Avery Tap Room.” Look for these beers to arrive on your shelves shortly.
Stoudts Brewing – “We will be releasing a new beer called Amber 25 to celebrate our 25th anniversary for the brewery! This will Be released at our anniversary celebration on may 11th. We will release it in 12 oz bottles and draft and plan on having it available for a year.” It’s clocking in at 4.8% abv and 22 IBUs. See label art above.
Mother Earth Brewing (NC) – “Mother Earth Brewing announced that they have partnered with United Distributors, Inc. to start selling a selection of their products in the Atlanta, Georgia market. Distribution begins in early May, 2012.
The expansion of their sales territory was carefully considered, according to E. Trent Mooring, Mother Earth Brewing President. Mooring remarked, “We’ve been approached by a handful of distributors, and considered a number of territories- but we decided to hold out for the ideal opportunity. This is it.”
The Bruery – The Bruery’s latest “series” showcases collaborations with some of the other non-San Diego SoCal breweries. They held a name that beer contest for their collaboration with Eagle Rock Brewery. They came up with GO TEAM, a Belgian-Style Dark Mild. Click here for the label art. No foolin.’