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Feb 26, 2015
Freddie Kitson

Michigan Brewer’s Guild’s Winter Beer Fest is tomorrow and there are …

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    The Michigan Brewer’s Guild throws, arguably, the most well-respected beer festivals in the state. They’re known for their yearly summer fete that takes place at Riverside Park in Ypsilanti as well as an autumnal affair held at Eastern Market. Their events almost always sell out. 

    Tomorrow the 10th annual Winter Beer Fest starts and surprisingly there are still tickets available for the Friday night portion of the festival (tickets for Saturday are sold out). Here’s the catch though, folks, Winter Beer Fest takes place in Comstock Park, which is just north of Grand Rapids.

    The Friday portion runs from 3 to 7 p.m., so if you can wrangle the day off, it might be worth the nearly 1000 different craft beers that will be available to sample. Over 100 Michigan craft breweries will be on-site with their goods and there will be music, food, and other entertainment. 

    Click here to grab tickets while they still last. They’re $45 plus a $4 service fee for buying them online. 

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    Feb 25, 2015
    Freddie Kitson

    Almost time for the Craft Brew Races!

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      IT’s BECOME commonplace to see two seemingly disparate things handed out together at road race finish lines: Medals and cups of beer.

      The science behind rehydrating with beer may be mixed, but a Venn diagram showing individuals who participate in athletic endeavors has a sizable wedge that overlaps with those who enjoy knocking back a few cold ones.

      Typically, the free finish line beer has “light” or “ultra” appended to the brewery name. These are thin mouthfeel, low-calorie beverages that simulate only a small part of the experience of drinking a traditional German lager. The team at Craft Brew Races saw an opportunity to do something more ambitious. They developed a race series that doesn’t provide a gratis cup of yellow fizzy water at the finish line, but instead has a full craft beer festival awaiting the worthy finishers.

      The combination 5K and craft beer festival makes its Savannah debut on Sunday, March 15 and will be held at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. The race starts at noon and the festival commences immediately thereafter and lasts until 4 PM. It’s a “21 and over” only event. Tickets can be purchased for the run and festival, just the festival, or as a designated driver at

      There will be a strong local influence, with at least fourteen of the 30+ breweries in attendance based in Georgia. The race features individual and team awards as well as a costume contest.

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        Founder Matt Gray of Gray Matter Marketing sat in on Episode 56 of the Brew / Drink / Run podcast to talk about Craft Brew Races. Here are some highlights from the conversation:

        Brew / Drink / Run: Whose idea was it to put running and the beer festival concept together?

        Matt Gray: “We saw opportunities in road races and beer festivals, and after a year of putting on both, we saw a great crossover in people attending both events. Beer and running go hand in hand.”

        How do you decide which breweries will be at the festival?

        MG: “We’ve had the opportunity to reach out through social media to a lot of folks. We pretty much target every brewery in the geographic area where our event is being held. We reached out to all the Savannah-based breweries first. We’ve had a great response.

        We buy all the beer from the craft breweries. Whether you’re a small brewery like Second Self or a big nationwide brewery like Sam Adams. We purchase the beer because we want to show our respect to the brewers for the craft that they’re creating for us. The race and festival generate enough money for us to sit back and go “we did a great thing here;” but it really is important for us to give back to the brewers and make sure they feel not just welcome, but that we’re celebrating what they do and what they’ve brought to the local economy. As a small business, it’s important for us to share in that.

        We also partner with the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild… In places like Savannah and even Charleston, giving back is hopefully going to mean big things in the future as the emphasis on local breweries becomes more important to the state’s economy.”

        How did Savannah come on your radar?

        MG: “Savannah is obviously a beautiful destination. That’s a great reason to come there. We know the running community is very strong and the Rock and Roll Marathon has been very popular. But personally, I have relatives through my wife who live down there and it’s a tremendous excuse to come down and visit them. It worked out when we reached out to the Savannah Sports Council and travel and tourism bureau and were welcomed with the concept from the outset, which was a huge thing for us. We’re very, very happy with the positive response we’ve had.”

        The Savannah race is happening on the Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day. Did that influence your choice of dates at all?

        MG: “Actually, it did not. We have a variety of other races and festivals that we produce and it just happened to be that weekend was a target weekend where the convention center was open. As an Irish-American, I’m very excited to be down there. Strangely enough, it was more coincidental than you might think.”

        Coincidence or not, expect a strong turnout for Craft Brew Races’ first-ever Savannah event on March 15. Between the local beer and running communities and the influx of tourists for the holiday week, this promises to be a very well-attended festival, and hopefully one that will return in 2016.

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        Feb 25, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        A Year’s Worth of Festivities

        The East Bay has an almost overwhelming supply of exciting festivities that take place throughout the year. To help you navigate that landscape of fun, we’ve created a chronological road map of our favorite events and where to find them. We wouldn’t want to lose you amid all the beer festivals and free concerts.


        Alameda Point Antiques Faire Huge outdoor event featuring more than eight hundred antique dealers. First Sunday of every month, 6 a.m.-3:00 p.m., free-$15. 2900 Navy Way, Alameda.

        First Friday Shorts A monthly showcase of short films highlighting films by local filmmakers and community media arts organizations. First Friday of every month, 6-9 p.m., free. The New Parkway Theater, 474 24th St., Oakland.

        Oakland Art Murmur Monthly art walk in Oakland. First Friday of every month. 6-9 p.m., free. At various galleries in the Telegraph Avenue and Broadway corridor, starting at 27th Street and ending in the Jack London District.

        Piedmont Avenue Stroll Participating merchants stay open late to host art, entertainment, and refreshments. Third Thursday of every month. 6-9 p.m., free. At various stores and galleries on Piedmont Avenue.

        Saturday Stroll A weekly companion to Art Murmur, but with fewer festivities and more focus on the galleries. Saturdays. 1-5 p.m., free.

        Second Saturdays  On every second Saturday of the month galleries on 15th Street open their doors at night to host joint openings and events with music. Exact times vary.


        Bacon and Beer Festival Celebration of bacon and beer presented by Oakland Grown, Bison Organic Beer, and Eat Boston. Sunday, March 15. Jack London Market Building, 55 Harrison St., Oakland.

        CAAMFest The annual event has grown into a ten-day feast with two important main courses: films from Asia and films by Asian Americans. Because it comes early in the calendar year, the festival often steals thunder from other fests with its adventurous selections. March 12-22. Various venues in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland.

        Oakland Running Festival Full and half-marathon, 5K, kids’ fun run, and team relay. Sunday, March 22. Snow Park, 19th and Harrison streets, Oakland.

        White Elephant Sale Biggest rummage sale in Northern California, with proceeds benefitting the Oakland Museum of California. Saturday-Sunday, March 7-8, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free. 333 Lancaster St., Oakland,


        Bay Area Craft Beer Festival Sip suds from more than thirty local microbreweries. Saturday, April 18. Noon-4 p.m., $5-$45. Martinez Waterfront Park.

        Berkeley Vegan Earth Day Earth Day celebration with panel discussions, speakers, film screenings, and food demos focused on the intersection of veganism and the environment. Saturday, April 19. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., $10-$15. David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley.

        Montclair Village Restaurant Walk Co-sponsored by the Lions Club, this event showcases village restaurants and food and beverage outlets, with tastings and more. Proceeds go to charity. Tuesday, April 21. 6-8:30 p.m. Montclair Village and Village Square, Oakland.

        Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival A large, vibrant celebration of Japanese culture and of the Japanese-American community, with a parade, food booths, and live performers spread out over four days. Saturday-Sunday, April 11-12 and 18-19, free. Japantown, On Post St. between Laguna and Fillmore Streets, San Francisco.

        The San Francisco International Film Festival The oldest film fest in the Western Hemisphere is also one of the world’s most interesting, because it plays to the Bay Area’s film-loving audiences instead of to industry types with two weeks of movies you’ll probably never see anywhere else. April 23-May 7. Various venues.

        Oakland Drops Beats A full day of free local music shows in various venues in Downtown Oakland — accompanied by live paining and food. A perfect way to discover new local musicians for free. Also held in the Fall. April 25. Free.


        Bay to Breakers The infamously zany 12K race features runners decked out in costumes as they traverse the streets of San Francisco. Sunday, May 17. Starts at Howard St. at Beale St., San Francisco.

        Bike to Work Day Drop your car keys, grab your bike, and participate in the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s annual celebration of the bicycle. With deals and promotions for bike riders at various Bay Area locations. Thursday, May 14.

        SF Carnaval Festival and Parade Parade and street fair celebrating Latin American and Caribbean cultures, with food, non-stop music, dancing, a crowning of the King and Queen, and work by local artists. Saturday-Sunday, May 23-24. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., free. Harrison St., between 16th and 24th streets, San Francisco.

        Himalayan Fair Berkeley’s “Little Lhasa” comes alive at the popular annual event, but the “great mountain cultures” of Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bhutan also are represented, with a full day’s worth of elaborately costumed traditional dance and music performers. And don’t forget the spicy, charcoal-grilled food. Saturday, May 17, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday, May 16-17, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m, donations accepted. Live Oak Park, 1301 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley.

        Jazz on Fourth With food, drink, and other merchants lining Fourth Street, and two stages are filled with homegrown talent, culminating in the finale’s big-band pyrotechnics of award-winning, globetrotting Berkeley High School Jazz Ensemble. Sunday, May 17. 12-5 p.m., free. Fourth Street, Berkeley.

        Malcolm X Jazz Arts Festival With live jazz performances; a children’s court with arts, crafts, and games; a food court with crafts, community information booths, and vendors; dance performances; poets; DJs; emcees; speakers; and open ciphers. Typically held in May. free. San Antonio Park, 18th Avenue at Foothill Boulevard, Oakland.

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        Feb 25, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Center City Bloggers Offer Readers A Tasty Trek Through Philadelphia

        By Chelsea Karnash

        PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Hungry?

        If you’re not already, you will be after taking a look at the blog 22nd Philly.

        From zeppolis at (of course) Zeppoli to a New Orleans-inspired sandwich at Plenty Café to banh mi battles between two Philly bakeries, married couple and Center City residents Bradd and Kristy have eaten it all with gusto – and taken some pretty droolworthy pics.

        “We launched the blog in 2008 and it had its fits and starts before we really got going, but we finally began posting regularly in January 2010, so we’ll say officially it’s been five years,” Kristy says.

        The couple says the idea for 22nd Philly came to them while they were carbo-loading for the Broad Street Run at D’Angelo’s Italian restaurant back in the spring of 2008.

        “We realized that we went out to eat in Philly every weekend (and sometimes during the week) but didn’t have any way to keep track of where we ate, what we liked,” Kristy explains.

        They started writing about their meals in Philadelphia, including both the amazing and the not-so-great ones. That honesty – along with some great reviews and those aforementioned photos — is part of 22nd and Philly’s charm. What’s more, the pair doesn’t just stick to big-name restaurants and newbies; Bradd and Kristy also seek out lesser known spots, including “BYOBs and beer festivals.”

        Five years after they started blogging, 22nd Philly now has thousands of followers on social media, mostly via Twitter.

        “Truthfully, we don’t post about a lot of the places we eat because we just don’t have time,” Kristy admits. “We really encourage people to follow us on [social media], where we post nearly every day with photos and quick tidbits on all sorts of delicious bites around Philly, or wherever we travel.”

        One thing they’re partial to? Sandwiches.

        “Philadelphia is a sandwich town, so in addition to reviewing restaurants, we often write about all the great sandwiches here. And that’s more than just cheesesteaks! There are so many excellent hoagies, roast pork and other sandwiches.”

        “We are also very passionate about Italian cooking/restaurants because of Bradd’s heritage and family focus on cooking,” Kristy adds. “He created a series of posts called the ‘Nana Test’ to compare Philly’s many great Italian BYOBs to the experience of his grandmother’s cooking at home. Zeppoli was our latest Nana Test review and the first-ever perfect score.”

        And while the duo says the city is “exploding with new energy and new people” and they “couldn’t be more excited about Philadelphia’s emergence on the national food scene,” they’ll soon have something even more fulfilling to focus on than food.

        “We’re expecting a new baby in May,” Kristy says. “So our perspective on eating out is about to hit a new level!”

        To read more on Kristy and Bradd’s culinary quests, visit the blog or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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        Feb 25, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Craft beer festival Barb City on Tap coming to Convo in March



        Posted: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 11:30 am

        Updated: 12:09 pm, Wed Feb 25, 2015.

        Craft beer festival Barb City on Tap coming to Convo in March

        Northern Star staff

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        Barb City on Tap, a craft beer festival, will showcase more than 100 samples of craft beer.

        The event is 2:30-6 p.m. March 28 at the Convocation Center. Craft beers from all over the United States will be available and the festival will feature live music by Todd Donnelly and Destination Unknown Trio.

        Food will be available for purchase. This event is part of America on Tap’s Authentic Beer Festivals. Participants must be at least 21 years old to attend.

        Standard tickets are available for $35 and include a souvenir sampling glass. Tickets will also be available at the door for $45.

        Go to for more information and to purchase tickets.


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        Feb 24, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Bulls, Mavs to play NBA preseason game in Lincoln

        The Allan Parsons Project is going to get some serious play here in late October.

        A day before the Nebraska Cornhuskers host Chicago-based Northwestern, the Chicago Bulls will take the court at the Pinnacle Bank Arena on Oct. 23 in a preseason matchup with the Dallas Mavericks.

        Assuming that team rosters don’t change too much — last week’s NBA trade deadline shows you can’t assume that, by the way — that will bring Creighton grad Doug McDermott back to Nebraska to rain McBuckets upon the heartland. Oh, and maybe Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Dirk Nowitzki, Chandler Parsons, Mark Cuban and Benny the Bull.

        Tickets for the preseason game run from $18 on the low end to $203 on the not-so-low end. They go on sale Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. For more information, go to, or

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        Feb 24, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Greetings from Columbia, MO

        My name is Will and I’m from a small town called Hillsboro, Missouri. I currently live in Columbia, Missouri. A town in which the craft beer scene is alive and booming for the small college town that it is.

        A little about myself for those who are interested. I have been drinking beer probably since the age of 17 or so, and in that time, it was primarily Bud Light. Frankly, it was the easiest to get and cheap to boot. The more I went to parties, and further headed off to college, I got my first taste of a beer that wasn’t your typical Bud Light, in that of a Blue Moon. I really enjoyed the flavor and wondered what else was out there that I could try that was different. This led me to start hitting up the local World Market to which I would make random six packs of all kinds of stuff. This is where my obsession began.

        Every once in awhile, while at bars, I would still indulge myself in Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller, etc, but if I was drinking at my house, going to parties, or any kind of get-togethers, I was always the guy to bring the “weird” stuff. I am currently 28 years old, and have been using an app on my phone called Untapped since August 2014, which I assume most people on here are familiar with, and since that time, I have tried 500+ different beers. And I have recently attended my first bottle share, and this coming summer, I hope to attend some beer festivals. It is a very exciting time to be a fan of craft beers, and I couldn’t be happier about all the wonderful new beers I have gotten to try.

        I hope to be involved in some trades on this site, as well as stories, recommendations, and other things that will help me in finding the new and most exciting beers to try. I hope to hear from a lot of you.

        Cheers to all!

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        Feb 24, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Evans Brewing Company – Brewery Sales Representative

        LOCATION:  Los Angeles, CA

        REPORTS TO:  VP of Sales

        POSITION TYPE: Full-time, Salaried

        POSITION SUMMARY:  The Brewery Sales Representative is responsible for selling and promoting Evans Brewing Company Lagers and Ales throughout Los Angeles and the greater Southern California area.  Evans Brewing Company is acquiring Bayhawk Ales of Irvine California, subject to SEC and shareholder approval. 

        As Orange County’s oldest craft brewery and one of the largest, we will be locally brewing the Evans Lagers and rebranding the Ales under the Evans label. This is a ground floor opportunity to grow with a brewery that will have its stock traded on the open market. Stock options are part of the compensation package. 

        The brewery originally opened in late 1994 with the first pint poured in February ’95. We are a public corporation with over 1300 local and out of state stockholders.  In the last 20 years the brewery specialized in brewing House Beers for many fine restaurants and taverns throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.  Although much of today’s current volume is private labeled, Evans Brewing Company intends to grow the presence of the Evans Brewing Company brand name draught handles and labels sold throughout Southern California. The Evans Lagers have the distinction of winning 16 international awards for its lagers and is well known in Orange County.

        Key responsibility will be to increase sales and awareness of the Evans brands, expand distribution working closely with Wine Warehouse building strong relationships with key retail accounts. Driving successful sales growth across multiple channels throughout the territory is a key part of the job. Additional duties include and are not limited to actively promoting the brand by conducting demos, samplings and participating in beer festivals and promotional events to increase brand awareness and sales for the brewery.


        • -Transition accounts from Bayhawk to Evans and house brands to Evans.
        • -Successfully increase sales and distribution of the brewery brands in new and existing accounts throughout the designated territory.
        • -Execute the regional business goals by working closely with distributor and key accounts in the assigned territory.
        • -Enhance the business by gaining new points of distribution in on and off premise accounts.
        • -Foster the relationships with both independent and chain accounts.
        • -Interface with distributor partner on strategic objectives for our brands and packages.
        • -Identify leads and present appropriately to the key decision maker or decision influencer to win their business.
        • -Communicate changes and updates with brands, packages and initiatives to retailers and ensure they’re executed in the market.
        • -Responsible for conducting demos and sampling to both retailers and customers.
        • -Participate and represent the brewery at Beer Festivals typically held on the weekends.
        • -Attend regular Sales, Distributor and all company meetings and event as required.
        • -Complete and submit weekly activity and sales recap to VP of Sales.


        • -Competitive spirit, highly motivated and a desire to make history.
        • -A genuine passion of craft beer and an excellent understanding of beer styles and the brewing process.
        • -1-3 years of experience in beverage sales calling on accounts.
        • -Must live in the Los Angeles region.
        • -Must be 21 years of age.
        • -Valid and clean driver’s license.
        • -Strong work ethic.
        • -Ability to work weekends and evenings


        • -Competitive base salary, commission and stock options after 1.5 years of service
        • -Health, dental and vision benefits.
        • -Paid holidays and vacation time.
        • -Company provided vehicle or mileage reimbursement

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        Feb 22, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        Snommegang aims to offer frosty fun in Oneonta – Press & Sun

        There’s no getting around it: February has been awfully cold this year. So let’s give it a proper sendoff by raising a glass to welcome in March — and, not too far off, the start of spring.

        On Saturday, Oneonta will play host to the second annual Snommegang International Beer Festival. Presented by America on Tap, a leading producer of premium craft beer festivals, in partnership with Cooperstown’s Brewery Ommegang, the event promises to warm the hearts of beer lovers from around the region.

        “Snommegang generated so much enthusiasm in Oneonta last year, people almost didn’t even notice the Polar Vortex right in the middle of it,” said Bill Wetmore, general manager at Brewery Ommegang, which is located on 136-acre farmstead in nearby Cooperstown. “We were absolutely thrilled to bring such a unique event to life in Oneonta and are excited to partner this year with America On Tap as it will allow us to even further amplify the energy, fun, and great craft beer.”

        Brews on tap

        Oneonta’s Main Street will be closed from Ford Avenue to Chestnut Street, with the events taking place under a series of heated tents. Besides Brewery Ommmegang, the event will feature products from more than 30 other regional breweries, including Dryden’s Bacchus Brewing, Glen Falls’ Davidson Brothers Brewing, Connecticut’s Two Roads Brewing, Cooperstown Brewing and several others. Each will offer at least two of its best beers at the event.

        A large heated tent in Muller Plaza will feature music and entertainment, and is open to the public free of charge. To gain admission to the beer-tasting tents, you will need to present your ticket and a valid government issued ID verifying your age as over 21. (Arrive 30 minutes prior to the event to allow enough time for ID checks.)

        Advance tickets to the tasting portion of Snommegang are $50 each, which includes a souvenir sampling glass, and are available online at Day-of-event tickets will be $55, $40 for students with a valid ID. The tasting session will conclude at 6 p.m. and be followed by additional beer dinners and tap takeovers at Oneonta bars.

        Dining and lodging

        Food will be available for purchase from the many restaurants on Main Street, including the Red Caboose Restaurant and Bar (267-4966), Prime 289 (353-7032), Boudreaux ‘N’ Thibodeaux’s (431-9044), Alfrescos (432-8466) and others. If you stay overnight, you can pick up breakfast the next morning at the Latte Lounge (432-6244), Capresso Coffee Bar (433-5233), Autumn Café (432-6845) on Main Street, or at Soda Jerks Diner (458 Chestnut St., 267-4792) Sandy’s Diner (5626 County Route 7, 267-4792).

        If you want to stay overnight in Oneonta, the city has many chain hotels, including Clarion Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn, as well as several smaller hotels and bed and breakfasts. For a complete list of lodging options, visit

        If You Go

        What: Snommegang International Beer Festival

        When: 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28

        Where: Muller Plaza, 194-214 Main St., Oneonta

        Tickets: $50 in advance, $55 day of event


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        Feb 22, 2015
        Freddie Kitson

        America On Tap Hold Binghamton Beer Festival

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        You didn’t have to travel to your favorite brewery to taste the many beers Binghamton has to offer.

        Town Square Media is sponsoring America on Tap, one of the largest beer festivals in the country. More than 100 types of beer and 47 different breweries were on display today at the Double Tree in Binghamton Saturday.

        Town Square Media Live Events Manager Kyle Mills said, “It applies to anybody so long as they like beer. If you just want to sample a lot of beer, you can do that or if you’re kind of a  connoisseur and you really like tasting them and picking them apart then these people can sample as well.”
        The America on Tap festival was just $35 per person and the festival will make its way around the country hitting cities like Boise, Saratoga Springs,  Indianapolis and several others later this year.  You  can head to for all the listings.

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