Celebrate Chanukah on Thursday with Taps in Petaluma and one-time Bay Area brewery Shmaltz.
Shrooms and brews are on the menu at an upcoming fest.
The California State Senate unanimously passed a bill Monday allowing breweries to fill growlers that do not have their name emblazoned on them. The state Assembly has already passed the measure, but will need to vote on some changes made by the senate. It is expected to take up the [...]
It does seem like you can hardly turn around without bumping into a good craft brew festival these days, but what a problem to have. A couple of events are looming for Beer Country fans, starting this week with Davis Beer Week, starting on Saturday. That involves a bunch of [...]
Our friends at the North Bay Business Journal (owned by the same people, located across the hall from the PD) have an interesting list this week: the region's breweries ranked by size. They list the 14 craft breweries they could identify and get information out of and the results give [...]
For some reason, California breweries didn't do all that well in the recent U.S. Open Beer Championships, a big beer judging competition in Atlanta last weekend - no California brewery placed in the top 10 and there were only a scattering of individual winners from around here. But that having [...]
As you have certainly noticed, beer companies have a long and not entirely dignified history of employing (or exploiting) breasts to sell their products in ads. Since 2000, however, some breweries have turned this partnership to a more noble cause, this time exploiting beer to help breasts, or at least [...]
Not sure quite what to make of this one, but here it is anyway. Smithsonian magazine's food and beverage columnist Alastair Bland has launched "Find the Beer! A California Trail of Ales," a game wherein he leaves a beer stashed at various locations around northern California. Your job is to [...]