Book Release – Delaware Beer by Tony Russo

Book Release – Delaware Beer by Tony Russo

Below is information from the press release on Tony Russo’s (ShoreCraftBeer.com) up coming book entitled “Delaware Beer: The Story of Brewing in the First State” which is set to go on sale May 9th. Links for pre-orders can be found at the bottom of this post. ***** Press Release***** About the book: Boasting a brewing history … Continue reading

How The Grinch Stole Craft Beer – The Tradition Continues

How The Grinch Stole Craft Beer – The Tradition Continues

Every year around Christmas since the beginning of this blog I’ve adapted Clement Clarke Moore’s “A Visit From Saint Nicolas” to my own devices usually with beer and blogging in mind. This year however, I found myself stuck as to what to do with the classic poem and after awhile of fruitcakelessly head beating I … Continue reading

The Local Tap: Five Breweries I’ll be Visiting at The Kennett Brewfest

The Local Tap: Five Breweries I’ll be Visiting at The Kennett Brewfest

It’s time again for the (18th) annual Kennett Brewfest, and I’m particularly looking forward to this year’s due in large part to the fact that I had to miss last year’s because of a scheduling conflict. But this year the beer Gods have smiled and Kennett and the Delaware Beer and Wine Festival have mercifully … Continue reading

Delaware State Regulations Force Two Stones Pubs to be Re-Licensed as Brewpubs

Delaware State Regulations Force Two Stones Pubs to be Re-Licensed as Brewpubs

Brewpubs usually come into being with a torrent of fanfare and anticipation as the local beer community eagerly awaits the opening of the doors, and the amazing beers beyond. However, on very rare occasions, in the state of Delaware at least,  brewpubs can open with the far less ceremonious swipe of the pen, and the … Continue reading

The Local Tap – What to Look For at the 2015 Odessa Brewfest

The Local Tap – What to Look For at the 2015 Odessa Brewfest

You still have time to pick up general admission tickets for this Saturday’s Historic Odessa’s Brewfest, the second iteration of last year’s newest beer festival to attempt to make a splash on the festival scene. And believe me, it did. Situated on the on the grounds of the National Historic Register, 246-year-old Wilson-Warner House, the … Continue reading