Clare Rose, a beer distributor based in Suffolk County, Long Island, has unveiled its new consumer website www.drinklongisland.com. This new website offers Long Islanders the ability to find out where to go, what to do, and what to drink on Long Island.
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Great Lakes Brewing Company based in Cleveland, Ohio, has announced its plan to expand distribution into the South Central Pennsylvania market via a two-phase launch beginning in June.
Bernie Brewer now has a namesake beer. Fans overwhelmingly voted for “Bernie’s Barrelman Ale,” a name inspired by the Milwaukee Brewers mascot, in an online contest to dub a new beer created in partnership between the baseball club and Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co. The beer will be available exclusively at Miller Park beginning with the May 27 Brewers game.
Tens of millions of Americans are going to get away this Memorial Day weekend, but not as many as last year. According to the auto club AAA, 34.8 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home for the unofficial start of the summer travel season, a 0.9% dip from 2012.
Fewer Americans are applying for unemployment benefits according to the newest numbers out of the Labor Department. Initial jobless claims dropped by 23,000 last week as more signs point to a recovery in the American job market.
Twitter has added extra security measures for its accounts and now’s a good time to take a couple of minutes and cut your chances of falling victim to a Twitter hack.
What turns us on to a beer before we can taste it? Well, the price, name and reputation could have something to do with it. But what really makes or breaks a purchase decision is what the eyes can dissect. That is, the looks. Check out a list of eight of the most aesthetically appealing craft beer brands on the market today.