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ACB visits with GABF Gold Medal Winner Michael Peticolas of Peticolas Brewing Company in Dallas, TX

In the history of Dallas breweries, only one has claimed a coveted medal from the Great American Beer Festival – and that brewery has been in operation for less than a year.

AMBER MEDIN - DALLAS CORRESPONDENT  |  OCTOBER 30, 2012

Newbies - New Craft Beer Releases That You Want to Look Out For - October 29

So many craft beers, so little time. With so many craft breweries, releasing so many beers, we thought it might help to provide a weekly update on all the new beers hitting the streets...So welcome to this week’s edition of Newbies - your guide to great new releases!

OCTOBER 29, 2012

Beer is Becoming the New Wine

ACB Meets Robyn Schumacher: Washington State’s First (and Only) Female Cicerone

Set on Elliot Bay, along the bike and jogging paths, sits the newest restaurant to grace the Alki neighborhood of Seattle: Marination ma kai.   Spawned by a company known for their food truck, ma kai brings that same accessible feeling to their location at the Seattle Water Taxi dock, with a full view of the city across the bay. But restaurants open all the time, so why is this such a big deal to us at American Craft Beer? Because of Robyn Schumacher: Washington State’s first and only female Cicerone.

MATT LYMAN - NORTHWEST CORRESPONDENT  |  OCTOBER 29, 2012

“Too Many Brewers Right Now want to be the Lady Gaga of Beer… I want to be Tom Waits."

An Interview with High & Mighty’s Will Shelton

We hung out with a lot of interesting people while we were down at Snallygaster, DC’s awesome new craft beer festival, which recently took place in the Nation’s capital. That’s where we connected with High & Mighty’s Will Shelton, a man who knows his music and his beer.

OCTOBER 26, 2012
Take chances and don't fear accidents. It's what you do with the accident that counts.
- Martin Atkins, Drummer for Public Image Ltd.

72 Beers, 30 Years, and Counting at Ashley's Restaurant & Pub in Ann Arbor, Michigan

The day after watching my football team earn a much-needed (albeit inelegant) win in the wonderfully Midwestern town of Ann Arbor, I sat down with Jeff More, the co-owner and founder of Ashley’s, the city’s premier beer bar. In between beer samples and game recaps, we discussed the future of the craft beer market and Jeff’s plans to keep Ashley’s at the forefront of the industry.

KATELYN PELAK - SEATTLE CORRESPONDENT (FROM MICHIGAN)  |  OCTOBER 26, 2012

The American Craft Beer Weekend Picks - October 26th

Hey it’s Friday and we’re heading into the weekend. And its pre-Halloween weekend so there’s got to be all kinds of cool stuff going on. That’s where we come in. If you’re up for some suggestions - we’ve got them. We’re all about it and have got you covered. Plus we’ve got a weekend beer pick for you too! So welcome to Our Very Special Pre-Halloween Edition of Weekend Picks!

OCTOBER 26, 2012

With Barrels Loaded, Revolver Brewing Co. Opens for Business

If father-son owners Ron and Rhett Keisler and master brewer Grant Wood ever had any doubts about opening the first craft brewery in Granbury, Texas, the fact that more than 1,300 people descended on Revolver Brewing Company’s grand opening this past weekend should leave them pretty self-assured. With over 50 accounts in and around Dallas and Fort Worth, five staffed employees, and new brewery tours beginning October 27, the Revolver team’s enthusiasm for their success translated into an awesome four-hour celebration featuring great music by Fish Fry Bingo and generous beer samplings.

AMBER MEDIN - DALLAS CORRESPONDENT  |  OCTOBER 25, 2012

THE VIEW FROM 5,280 FEET: A BREWERY TOUR OF DENVER

During our recent visit to the Mile High City for the Great American Beer Festival we were invited on a special tour focused on Denver’s thriving brewing scene. We didn’t miss the bus, nor should you if you find yourself here soon!

STEVE MANGHI - MANAGING EDITOR  |  OCTOBER 25, 2012

Christmas Kegs from Breckenridge – Now we’re talking!

When you brew beer at 9,600 feet above sea level, the Holidays come as early as July, so we are grateful that our pals at Breckenrige Brewing were able to quell their excitement this long to release their annual holiday beer, Christmas Ale. But, they wanted to make sure you got plenty of it, so they are releasing it in a new package – the 5-liter/1.32-gallon mini-keg.

PRESS RELEASE  |  OCTOBER 24, 2012
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