Monday, May 22nd, 2017

Beer Camp Across the World, Elliott Bay Brewing Brother Barrel and new Game of Thrones beer

To commemorate the coming mêlée in the Emmy® Award-winning show’s epic seventh season, Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing are excited to announce a new beer in their collaborative series: Bend the Knee Golden Ale.

MORNING FOAM FOR MONDAY, MAY 22 2017: A seven-taster flight of craft beer news, from the fluffy head all the way to the Moon beer. …

Sierra Nevada Brewing returns in 2017 with a new take on its successful Beer Camp Across America collaboration 12 pack with a slight twist. New for this year is Beer Camp Across the World collaboration 12 pack. This year Sierra Nevada Brewing invited six American breweries and six international breweries to participate in this series of beers. The collaborative breweries include Boneyard BeerAveryThe BruerySurlySaint Arnold, and Tree House from the United States. International collaborators are Kiuchi BreweryGarage ProjectAyingerDuvelMikkeller and Fuller’s.

Tuesday, May 23, Elliott Bay Brewing Co. celebrates the grand opening of its fourth location. Located on Lake City Way, right next to the Elliott Bay Public House and Brewery, Brother Barrel will focus on barrel-aged and sour beers. Washington Beer Blog has the scoop.

Pelican Brewing Company snapped up 10 international awards including its third time as Champion Medium International Brewery at the 2017 Australian International Beer Awards, the largest annual competition of its kind in the world judging both draught and packaged beer.

While the wait for each new season of Game of Thrones® can seem longer than the wait for winter in Westeros, fans can now quench their thirst for all-things-Thrones with the newest beer in the Game of Thrones series from Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing: Bend the Knee Golden Ale.

Placentia, California based The Bruery announced they are partnering with Newton, Massachusetts based Castanea Partners, a private equity firm. Going forward Patrick Rue will remain CEO and his father, Mike Rue, will still own a significant portion of The Bruery, Bruery Terreux and Offshoot Beer Co.

Impress your friends with this fact: France has more than 1,000 microbreweries.

A team of UC San Diego students have created an experiment to test if beer can be brewed on the Moon.