Founded in 1993 under the name The Atlanta Brewing Company, Red Brick Brewery, as it’s… read more
It all began with five acres of Chardonel grapes. Today, Crown Valley sits on… read more
Tommyknocker Brewery gets its name from the tommyknocker, a mythical elf-like… read more
Peak is a craft brewing company dedicated to making delicious beer using local, artisan and organic ingredients. With roots in home brewing back in the ’90′s, brewer Jon Cadoux set about combining his love for beer with an ethic for sustainability. Whenever possible, he’d use organic ingredients from local farmers. It was a defining day when Jon discovered that he didn’t need to sacrifice flavor for sustainability – that better ingredients actually made good beer even more delicious.
What began in 1996 as a sincere experiment of 100 cases of hand-bottled, hand-labeled beer (hand-delivered out of the back of founder Jeremy Cowan’s grandmother’s Volvo) has grown into a 200,000 case per year operation. In 2012, those 12,000+ barrels equated to a gross of $3.9 million in sales, a 42% increase over the previous year. The Shmaltz Tribe honors these contract brewing roots while embracing the miracle of new life in Clifton Park, NY, envisioning its expansion as a 50-barrel playground for brewing exceptional specialty beers and hosting a growing family of enthusiastic consumers at its new home.
Argus boasted to your favorite Beer of the Month Club that they… read more
It began, like many microbreweries, with a homebrew kit and… read more
Uinta Brewery embarked on its mission of brewing world class, full-flavored craft-brewed beer in the winter of 1993. From a small, renovated mechanic’s garage in Salt Lake City, they began distributing a tasty variety of beer to local establishments. Demand escalated, resulting in the installation of a bottling line in 1996. In 2001, having outgrown its original building, Uinta built and relocated to a 26,000 sq. ft. facility specifically designed for brewing.
Lucid Brewery was founded on the principles of CLARITY IN THINKING by Jon Messier and Eric Biermann, two hard-core homebrewing craft beer aficionados who found their run-of-the-mill office jobs were boring — eating up time they could spend brewing beer!