Firestone Walker, the renowned craft brewery from Central California known for its pale ales and barrel-aged beers, celebrates its 20th anniversary later this year. Read on for a look at what co-founder David Walker (AKA The Lion) has to say about the brewery's beginnings, their craft beer and what the next 20 years might hold.
Where did the name for Firestone Walker come from?
Proprietors; Mr Firestone and Mr Walker. We felt it important the world knew we stood behind our beer.
We are pleased to announce a fantastic addition to the ever growing Craft NY portfolio, Embark Craft Ciderworks! Embark is available in our entire footprint, offering some of the finest local ciders in the market.
Hailing from the West Coast, House Beer is about to become a household name for its simple, crisp lager. We chatted with Founder Brendan Sindell (pictured right) to find out more about this new craft brewery.
This is a blend of Old & New School hops that play bright citrus and rich tropical flavors, all on a solid stage of English puffed wheat. Light, yet full-bodied… The “12th of Never Ale” is everything we’ve learned about making hop-forward beer expressed in a moderate voice. Pale, cold, slightly alcoholic, and bitter. It’s all we know.
Unfiltered Saison Reserve Cider combines our Farmhouse recipe with a rare strand of Belgian Saison yeast to create a complex aromatic palate of mild fruit flavors with just the right amount of spices. Enjoy the earthy undertones, moderate tartness and semi-dry sweetness in this perfectly balanced Saison Reserve.
Unfiltered Premium Farmhouse cider is a French Style Cider fermented with a champagne yeast. This cider delivers an effervescent apple bouquet upfront, tart notes in the middle, and a smooth, dry finish.
Hershey, PA — We had no idea that a little experiment with Mosaic hops would set us on a year-long path to a new double IPA. But seven small-batch Scratch beers later, here we are. Nimble Giant debuts today, and it’s your turn to #findthegiant.
Bakersfield, California (June 30, 2016) – Anheuser-Busch is partnering with the American Red Cross to deliver more than 100,000 cans of emergency drinking water to residents and relief workers battling a series of wildfires in the Lake Isabella area.