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Sours, Trucks and a place to stay: Beer news roundup

By | March 8th, 2017|BWS Show Notes, News|

There was plenty going on in beer this week including a trade show that featured some of our local craft beer among other regional beers in a designated craft beer section which, I think, does a lot for the area. Booze and wine were kind of spread out, but Craft Beer was concentrated, as kind [...]

Four craft beer and brewing stories you should know

By | February 23rd, 2017|Blogs, BWS Show Notes, News|

I was at the meadmaking class at Xtreme Brewing last weekend along with a dozen or more mead makers and would-be mead makers. Jon Talkington, who expects to open Brimming Horn Meadery in Lewes in the coming weeks, discussed the history and finer points of making honey mead. We broadcast the entire thing on the [...]

R2Hop2 Dates Set at Fordham and Dominion

By | February 23rd, 2017|Breweries, Fordham and Dominion, News|

Tickets are now available for Fordham & Dominion’s 6th Annual Beer and Music Festival in the backyard of the brewery on April 22, 2017 from 12p-5p. This year there will be performances by Barrelhouse, Loose Ties and Lovebettie on the main stage. Nate McCormick will perform at the gate. This event is fun for all [...]

Drink Beer Now, Win a Spring Trip to the SCB Chincoteague festival!

By | February 17th, 2017|Events, Featured Craft Beer Festivals, FeBREWary, News|

As part of our FeBREWary celebration, Shore Craft Beer wants to encourage you to drink local in the breweries as well as in local restaurants. So here's the deal: 1. Download the App drink beer all year, win prizes all year. (You really haven't done this yet?) Check in to any of the restaurants [...]

There still is plenty of winter to taste

By | February 9th, 2017|Blogs, BWS Show Notes, News|

This week I got out to taste all (or at least most) of the special releases for the Love on Tap event at Seacrets. The Kohana Chocolate Cherry Stout by 3rd Wave, XO Stout by Evo, and the the Sofa King Sexy Stout by Backshore Brewing. All were dark roasty and tasty. We've still got [...]

Chapter Three: All the Single Ladies

By | February 2nd, 2017|FeBREWary, News|

This week we have a sole entry, which is good for the entrants so far, but bad for you if you're not one of them. Here are chapters One and Two. Remember, you still can participate until Valentine's Day proper by submitting your Craft Beer Love Story here for a chance to win tickets and a [...]

Being better than the name

By | February 2nd, 2017|Blogs, BWS Show Notes, FeBREWary, News|

I gotta let you know, right off the bat that I'm kinda contractually obligated to overuse FeBREWary, which is the perfect marriage of hackneyed marketing and unimaginative puns, but I'm not contractually obligated to pretend it is clever. I like to think of FeBREWary like a school uniform: If you can't distinguish yourself as original [...]

Beer Institute Praises Introduction of Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act

By | January 31st, 2017|News|

Bipartisan Beer Tax Reform Bill to Provide Tax and Regulatory Relief to Beer Industry WASHINGTON–The Beer Institute—a national trade association representing brewers, beer importers, and industry suppliers—released the following statement lauding the introduction of the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (S.236/H.R. 747) in both the U.S. Senate by Senators Ron Wyden (D-OR) and [...]

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