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Ballast Point Brewing Company is an American craft brewery founded in 1996 by Jack White and Yuseff Cherney in San Diego, California. Ballast Point Brewing Co. started in the back of Home Brew Mart, a homebrew supply store.
In 2010, Ballast Point won three gold medals for their beers, as well as the "Small Brewery Champion" award at the World Beer Cup.
Bell's Brewery, Inc. began in 1985 with a quest for better beer and a 15 gallon soup kettle. Since then, we've grown into a regional craft brewery that employs more than 100 people over an 18 state area. The dedication to brewing flavorful, unfiltered, quality craft beers that started in 1985 is still with us today. We currently brew over 20 beers for distribution as well as many other small batch beers that are served at our pub in Kalamazoo. Our ongoing goal is to brew thoughtfully, creatively and artistically. We strive to bring an authentic and pleasant experience to all of our customers through our unique ales and beers.
Back in 1979, America's 43rd brewing license was issued to two University of Colorado professors, giving them the go-ahead to open Colorado's very first microbrewery. The original site of the brewery was a small farm northeast of Boulder, the brewhouse sharing space with a few goats. Five years later, the brewery moved to its current site in Boulder and has since expanded from an original one barrel brewing system to a 50 barrel brew house with top-of-the-line packaging equipment. Today, the Boulder Beer Company brews 15 different types of beer.
Brooklyn Brewery makes beer. Good beer. Not only does it taste good and make your meal better but we like to think that since its founding in 1988, Brooklyn Brewery has brewed flavorful beers that enrich the life, tradition and culture of the communities it serves. Its award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and specialty beers have gained the Brewery notoriety as one of the top craft beer producers in the world.
From a brewpub in Aspen, Colorado to a full-fledged Denver brewery, and then to a state-of-the-art brewing facility in Frederick, Maryland, Flying Dog stands for not only extraordinary beer, but also for standing tall, doing great things, and not letting anyone make you eat s#*%.
For the past 20 years, we’ve done just that. We produce world-class craft beers and continue to push the envelope with experimental brews and limited-edition one-offs.
Harpoon Founders Dan Kenary & Rich Doyle started the Harpoon Brewery in 1986 because—like today—they loved beer and wanted more good choices. While traveling in Europe after college, they drank many wonderfully diverse, fresh, local beers. They also saw firsthand how important local breweries were to their communities. After their travels, they asked each other, "why not bring great beer and that sense of community to New England?" That was the genesis of the Harpoon Brewery.
Brewed by Baltimore’s Clipper City Brewing Co., Heavy Seas is produced by Baltimore craft beer pioneer Hugh Sisson – the brewery’s founder and managing partner – and Brewmaster Ernesto Igot, formerly brewmaster at San Miguel Brewery in the Philippines. After successfully lobbying the Maryland Legislature to legalize brewpubs, Hugh began brewing professionally in 1989 at his family’s Baltimore pub – Sisson’s – which was coincidentally Maryland’s first brewpub. In 1994 he left Sisson’s to found Clipper City and has been involved in all aspects of the business – brewing, finance, marketing, and sales.
From our earliest days of striving to make consistently good beer, and instead making beer that ranged from vile, to barely drinkable, to wonderful, to elegant, to questionable-at-best. From being castigated by our West Marin neighbors to finally suffering an 'eviction' by our West Marin septic system. From landing in the welcoming arms of Petaluma, and actually getting our beer into bottles, onto the streets, and into the hands of sympathatic beer geeks, to steadily losing less money each month. From all this and more, Lagunitas Brewing Company is emerging as a battle-tested brewery capable of making great beer out of goat's milk, brambles, and asphalt on the surface of the Moon, if need be.
Located in Bridgewater, Vermont. Andy Pherson, founder of the Long Trail Brewery, began his quest in 1989, in the basement of the old Bridgewater Woolen Mill here in Vermont’s Green Mountains. His goal was to brew and sell beer that would be an American-made alternative to imported German and English ales. By 1994, the brewery had begun to outgrow its basement home in the local Bridgewater Woolen Mill. Long Trail then decided to ‘Hit the Trail’ just down the road to the current location where our state-of-the-art brewery resides today here along the banks of the Ottauqueechee River.
In October of 1997, not far from the birthplace of baseball, ground was broken for what was to become America's most unique microbrewery. Based on traditional Belgian farmhouse architecture and set on a former hop farm in upstate New York, Brewery Ommegang was born with the philosophy that truly unique ales must be built from the ground up. Now brewing five award-winning Belgian-style ales, Brewery Ommegang is the place where brewing is an art and partaking is a passion.
Great canned beer? The term has been an oxymoron for craft beer lovers used to getting their full-flavored beers from bottles only. But in November of 2002, Oskar Blues Brewery (in tiny Lyons, Colorado, pop.1400) changed that by launching its “Canned Beer Apocalypse.”
The brewery began hand-canning its hoppy, assertive-but-elegant Dale’s Pale Ale on a table-top machine that sealed just one can at a time. The move made Oskar Blues the first US craft brewer to brew and can its own beer.
Located in Middlebury, Vermont. Otter Creek produces two lines of beer: Otter Creek Craft Ales and Wolaver's Certified Organic Ales.
In March of 1991, Otter Creek brewed it’s first Copper Ale®. Otter Creek Brewing, originally opened its business at 616 Exchange Street in Middlebury. Four years later, the brewery expanded and moved down the road to 793 Exchange Street, where it resides today. With a 60,000-barrel capacity and plenty of room to grow, Otter Creek Brewing distributes its year-round and seasonal beer to fifteen states in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.
Built in 1885 by the Weisbrod & Hess Oriental Brewing Company. Weisbrod & Hess operated on the site until 1939. the site was purchased by Philadelphia Brewing Company in 2001, and completely refurbished to once again brew premium, local beer. Years of extensive renovations has resulted in a beautifully restored 19th century brewing facility. PBC is their dedication to “local, community and sustainability.” And they back that up by growing their own hops at the brewery and by generously supporting and partnering with Greensgrow Farms, a local experimental farm program designed to put “fresh food in hands and mouths.” Besides local ingredients, PBC also focuses on local distribution, so if you’re located near Philly, Pittsburgh or New Jersey, you’re in luck.
Founders Phineas DeMink and Allen "Skip" Yahn started the brewery with the vision of reviving the practice of small batch brewing to a region rich in brewing tradition. In 2002, with equipment gained from the purchase of the Old Saddleback Brewing Co. in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the Southern Tier Brewing Company began production just outside of Lakewood, New York.
• Stone Brewing Co. was founded in 1996 by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner in San Marcos, CA. (In the spot where our friends at Port Brewing Company/The Lost Abbey now call home!)
• First keg of Stone Pale Ale sold on July 26, 1996 to Vince Marsaglia of Pizza Port fame
• Arrogant Bastard Ale unleashed upon the world November 1, 1997
• Moved to our current facility in Escondido, CA, in December 2005
• Opened the adjacent Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens in November 2006
• Named "All-time Top Brewery on Planet Earth" by BeerAdvocatemagazine in 2008…AND 2009! "The most popular and highest rated brewery – ever!"
Tommyknocker was founded in 1994 and quickly became one of the better known microbreweries in the state. Like other Colorado microbreweries, it is growing - quickly. Tommyknocker made around 8,000 barrels of beer in 2010, but after a major expansion that is underway right now, the company expanded their ability to brew about 14,000 barrels in 2011.
Weyerbacher Brewing Company was founded in 1995 by Dan and Sue Weirback.
In the beginning, Dan was an avid homebrewer and big fan of the blossoming new craft beers that were hitting the market. One weekend in late 1993 while vacationing in Vermont, Dan and Sue toured the Long Trail brewery, back when it was in the basement of an old mill. Dan was looking for a new business to get into but it was Sue who suggested they start thinking about starting their own brewery.
Nearly two years later, Weyerbacher Brewing Company was born in a livery stable in downtown Easton, PA. In 1997 Dan and Sue brewed their first big beer, Raspberry Imperial Stout, which happened to be one of Dan’s favorite homebrew recipes. As hard as it was to get people to care about another “Pale Ale” in a sea of pale ales, people seemed to stand up and take notice of Raspberry Imperial Stout. The following year they brewed Blithering Idiot Barleywine and began brewing Belgian beers as well, like our Merry Monks’ Ale (originally called “Belgian Style Tripel”). This was the time when their path was set. “Let’s make full-flavored high-quality brews for a discerning customer.” They haven’t looked back.
Made with 100% organic hops & malts! In 1997, Wolaver’s became the first USDA-certified organic brewer. A partnership between Wolaver’s and Otter Creek formed in 2002. Wolaver's strived to work with fresh food, sought to brew quality beer. At first a satellite brewery, Vermont’s organic lifestyle fit the product envisioned, so Otter Creek and Wolaver's merged and the brewers worked with the organic barley and farmers in the area, and together they created an “organic beer market.”