Category - Gets Draughted

COLBY CHANDLER of Ballast Point

ou may think of San Diego-based brewery Ballast Point as the “Sculpin Brewery,” and you’d have good reason. . . Sculpin and Grapefruit Sculpin, Pineapple Sculpin, Habanero Sculpin and the new Unfiltered Sculpin – blew up big in the past three years...

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SAM CALAGIONE of Dogfish Head

By Lew Bryson Twenty-two years in, Sam (and the brewery team, as he’ll tell you) has won a James Beard award, and just put $4 million into renovating that original brewpub. We contacted him while he was on vacation with his family in Maine (trivia...

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BRIAN O’REILLY Sly Fox Brewmaster

The Trail and the Ale Released every year in anticipation of Earth Day, the 22nd of April, Schuylkill River Trail Ale is a refreshing, hop-forward, American pale ale, brewed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. But this great tasting,easily crushable...

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BILL BROCK of Straub Brewery

Straub Brewery and the Home of the Eternal Tap Local and legacy are two adjectives that perfectly describe Straub Brewery. Set in the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds (that’s up north in Allegheny County near Pittsburgh), the brewery has been owned...

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BOB BARRAR of 2SP Brewing Company

From Iron Hill to Delco with Love . . . 2SP Brewing is only one-year-old, but Head Brewer Bob Barrar and company have already brought gold (and bronze) back to Delaware County’s only production brewery. Lots of beer folk know Bob Barrar makes great...

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MARK HELLENDRUNG of Narragansett Beer

It hasn’t always been an easy road for New England’s oldest beer. Founded in 1890, Narragansett, a brewery with a long and storied past, actually closed its doors in 1983. But, in 2005, Rhode Island native and former President of Nantucket...

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Rob Tod, founder of Maine’s Allagash Brewing Co., popularized Belgian beer styles at a time when Americans were all about light, German-style lagers. Since the brewery’s first batch of Allagash White, produced in 1995, Tod has gone on to...

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Luke Bowen and Trevor Hayward, the two Villanova grads behind Evil Genius Beer Co., decided the time was right to open a brewery in Philadelphia. Known for a lineup of tasty beers with memorable names – who knew a farmhouse IPA could be called Shut...

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RICK CHAPMAN of Coronado Brewing Co.

In the mid-90s when California was home to only a few breweries, brothers Ron and Rick Chapman opened a beach town brewpub in their hometown of Coronado, California. Their dream was to offer exceptionally balanced beer, authentically inspired by...

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