All posts for the month March, 2012

Here are links to some interesting beer reading that I’ve come across in the past week or so but I haven’t written up a post for (for each of these I have added a link to the ACBB Facebook Page):

Atlantic Content:

Another article about Nash.

Interesting looking menu for this week’s Three Course Thursday at The Foggy Goggle (check the ACBB Calendar of Events page for this and other upcoming beer related events).

Seven Atlantic hop growers are getting up to $96,000 in Federal Government money to help improve crop management practices.

Guide to lager brewing from Meek Brewing Co.

Propeller IPA review from Leapbeer.  How’s this for a project, 366 beers in 366 days?

Recent edition of Saint John Ale House tv.


U.S. Craft Brewers experienced 13% volume growth in the past year while overall beer sales declined.

So where do you think I fit on the beer blogging attitude spectrum?

Beer infused ice cream?  They didn’t get a deal!!!!???

List of beer blogs from around the world.

How beer saved the world.

An article about growing hops in your apartment.

Beer bloggers of the world unite!

French lessons from a Texan / Celebrate NS guest Tweeter (2nd post on the page as of this writing).

The growing popularity of beer cocktails.

Taken from the event’s Facebook page, here is the complete list of exhibitors expected at the first annual Saint John Beerfest:

Churchill Dauphinee
Diageo Canada
Atlantic Spirits & Wines Ltd.
Mainbrace International Ltd.
Mark Anthony Brands
Molson Coors Canada
Sleeman Breweries Ltd.
Picaroon’s Traditional Ales
McClelland Premium Imports
PMA Canada Ltd.
McAuslan Brewing Inc.
Garrison Brewing Company
Moosehead Breweries
Labatt Breweries
Big Tide Brewing Co.
Propeller Brewing Company
The Gahan House

I’ll post the list of specific beers once it is available.

As per their Facebook page, Garrison Brewing Co. has announced  that Kellye Robertson is the winner of the 2012 Ultimate Brew-Off Challenge.  Kellye’s brew was chosen as the best of the 62 Rye IPA (hybrid of Rye Ale and IPA) entries in the  2012 contest.  Congrats to Kellye and runners-ups Brian Whalen, David Bardsley, and James Dominey.

If the folks at Garrison are wondering what to do with any left over entries, let me know!