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Cold beer bill dies in Senate committee

Hoosiers should expect to wait just a little longer before they can purchase cold beer outside of liquor stores. The Senate Public Policy Committee voted 9-1 against Senate Bill 26, which would have permitted retailers to sell cold beer. Under current Indiana state law, convenience stores can sell warm … Powered by WPeMatico

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Indiana Senate panel votes against expanded cold beer sales

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana will likely remain the only state that restricts who can sell cold beer after a Senate panel voted Wednesday to uphold a closely guarded law that protects the interests of liquor stores. The measure, the first to ever receive a hearing in the Senate Public Policy committee, was … Powered by WPeMatico

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Craft brewers, distributors share toast on agreeing to law changes

Pete McCann packages cases of Zipline Brewing Co.’s Copper Alt beer on Wednesday in Lincoln. The state’s craft brewers and beer distributors have worked together on a set of proposed rule changes. ERIC GREGORY, Journal Star. Craft beer. Buy Now. Pete McCann packages cases of Zipline … Powered by WPeMatico

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Local brewers support PuSh Festival with collaboration beer

Iain Hill, Owner/Brewer at Strange Fellows, says that “Strange Fellows Brewing made a commitment to arts and culture from our earliest beginnings, and together with our good friends at Parkside Brewing we continue to support the PuSh Festival. In collaboration with Parkside and PuSh we’ve brewed a … Powered by WPeMatico

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Folsom’s week of craft beer is growing near

Following the brew fest, Folsom Beer Week will continue through Feb. 2. The period will highlight the growing craft beer culture and showcase Folsom restaurants and pubs as well as the incredible variety of local craft brews. Many will be hosting their own fun events to celebrate the craft beer scene that … Powered by WPeMatico

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Horse training facility repurposed as brewery

A former horse training complex on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula has been converted into a unique brewery and agribusiness. Before its current iteration as St Andrews Beach Brewery, the property was owned by renowned horse trainers the Freedman brothers, where they trained a number of … Powered by WPeMatico

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Indiana lawmakers give the cold shoulder to cold beer bill

Some Indiana lawmakers turned a cold shoulder to the idea of expanding cold beer sales. Only one member of the Senate Public Policy Committee voted yes on Wednesday, while nine members voted no on a bill that would have expanded cold beer sales. It was the same committee that last week … Powered by WPeMatico

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A Trip to Russian River

Russian River got its start thanks to Korbel Champagne Cellars, a massive Sonoma-based winery that decided to get in on the craft-beer business during its first boom in the 1990s. As brewmaster the company hired Vinnie Cilurzo, the son of winemaking parents and a man already known for intense … Powered by WPeMatico

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Blaine coffee roasters are brewing up more than just a cup of Joe

The owners of Barnyard Coffee say its best to start the day with a smooth sip of freshly-roasted coffee, brewed at home. Transforming their Blaine home, husband-and-wife team Derek and Debbie Peris officially opened Barnyard Coffee, an artisan roastery and tasting room earlier this month. Joined by … Powered by WPeMatico

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Beer bonanza: Rasanga sees billions from sorghum crops

Rasanga said Kenya Breweries, Kisumu branch, intends to extend production of sorghum to Ugenya, Gem, Alego/Usonga, Bondo and Rarieda to meet its demand. The company requires more raw material for beer production. More than 3,000 farmers in Siaya have been identified to grow sorghum to be … Powered by WPeMatico

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