Beer Buzz: Brews on the Move

New brews, events, and the usual from Rita.
by Rita Kohn
Taxman Brewing Company’s Sept. 20 grand opening of their brewery and gastropub at 13 Baldwin St. in the heart of old town Bargersville, unveiled 36 beer taps, 4 kegged wines and a locally focused menu. Taxman’s flagship La Maison is a true-to-style aromatic, earthy Saison brewed with Martinsville-based Hunter’s honey.…

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Beer In Ads #1329: Did Christopher Columbus Discover Beer In America?

Tuesday’s ad is another one from the United States Brewers Foundation, from 1951. This a series of ads they did in 1951 using a Q&A format aimed at highlighting different positive aspects of beer and the brewing industry. Q Did Christopher Columbus discover beer in America? A Yes, in...

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Beer Birthday: Jesse Friedman

Today is also the birthday of Jesse Friedman, co-founder of Almanac Beer Co.. I first got to know Jesse when he was writing his beer and food blog, Beer & Nosh, but he’s since gone on to partner with Damian Fagan to create “Farm-to-Barrel” beers in 2010. They currently make...

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Beer Birthday: Alan Atha

Today is the 64th birthday of Alan Atha, co-founder and brewmaster of Baeltane Brewing in my former hometown of Novato, California. I first met Alan when he was a nanobrewery in planning, and he’s taken the experimental spirit of homebrewing and transitioned beautifully to commercial brewing,...

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Engaged, Inspired, and Ready to Build a Better Web

Automattic is a distributed company — we all work from wherever we are. Right now, “where we are” is 197 cities around the world: New Orleans, USA. Montevideo, Uruguay. Tokyo, Japan. Vilnius, Lithuania.
Once a year, we get together somewhere in the world to meet, work alongside, learn from, and laugh with one another in an exhilarating, exhausting week called the Grand Meetup. This year, 277 Automatticians descended on Park City, Utah, for seven days in mid-September.

Beer In Ads #1328: What Products, Besides Beer, Come From The Brewing Industry?

Today is the 64th birthday of Alan Atha, co-founder and brewmaster of Baeltane Brewing in my former hometown of Novato, California. I first met Alan when he was a nanobrewery in planning, and he’s taken the experimental spirit of homebrewing and transitioned beautifully to commercial brewing,...

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Beer In Ads #1327: How Does The Brewing Industry Compare In Size To Other Industries?

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Today is the 64th birthday of Alan Atha, co-founder and brewmaster of Baeltane Brewing in my former hometown of Novato, California. I first met Alan when he was a nanobrewery in planning, and he’s taken the experimental spirit of homebrewing and transitioned beautifully to commercial brewing,...

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With Next Session, Say “I Made This”

Today is the 64th birthday of Alan Atha, co-founder and brewmaster of Baeltane Brewing in my former hometown of Novato, California. I first met Alan when he was a nanobrewery in planning, and he’s taken the experimental spirit of homebrewing and transitioned beautifully to commercial brewing,...

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Beer In Ads #1326: What Famed Scientist Is Closely Linked To The Brewing Of Beer?

Today is the 64th birthday of Alan Atha, co-founder and brewmaster of Baeltane Brewing in my former hometown of Novato, California. I first met Alan when he was a nanobrewery in planning, and he’s taken the experimental spirit of homebrewing and transitioned beautifully to commercial brewing,...

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