We asked a number of local brewers how they're being affected by the Safer at Home order and how they see things shaking out once we've moved ahead. Their replies were thoughtful and interesting. Here's what they had to say.
News reports about dairy farmers being forced to dump milk and produce have been joined by stories of craft brewers in Portland, Oregon, and South Carolina facing the same horror of seeing their product and profit go right down the drain as sales tank during the coronavirus shutdown. Are brewers here dumping beer?
Love burgers? Adore beer? Want to enjoy both in support of a great cause? That's exactly what you can do during Merriment Social's "Merriment Madness" Burger Competition, which takes place March 17 through the end of April.
Black Husky hosts another Riverwest Brewing Syndicate collaboration brew at its Riverwest Brewery, 909 E. Locust St., from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Sunday, March 8. Plus Sour Fest is back, 414 lager is almost here and John Harry's going to lay some history on you at Vennture.
Beer garden fever is spreading. This summer, there will be a brand new series of traveling beer gardens taking place throughout Washington County. And Black Husky Brewing will be pouring.