The festival brought together the who’s who of local craft beer, along with a wide…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 31, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
New England Brewing Co.
Finding Imperial Stout Trooper is a bit like trying to find a four leaf clover. It is an extremely limited release, and possibly one of the most sought after beers on the east coast, and for good reason. It’s a very…Continue
Added by Mike R Lynch on January 31, 2011 at 7:36pm — No Comments
Today's front page of the Hartford Courant features the Thomas Hooker Brewing Company's expansion!
Also, look for the upcoming issue of the Yankee Brew News! Jaime Magee came down and checked out the changes we're making. He wrote a great article on our…Continue
Cavalry Brewing Co.
Cavalry is Connecticut's newest brewery, joining the likes of Hooker Brewing and the large number of brewpubs in the state. Mike McCreary is the owner and brewer, and decided to…
(Cross posted from Burgers and Brews)
Well, with the year coming to a close and everyone posting about the special beers they popped on New Years, I figured I'd throw my hat into the ring. While I didn't have anything insanely rare (well, there…Continue
I think that sums it up. The 6th Ever Not-So-Snooty Beer, Wine and Cheese Tasting…Continue
Added by joshua.a.mead on January 26, 2011 at 7:45pm — No Comments
I'm happy to announce the addition of the Willimantic Brewing Company to our growing list of great CT craft beer producers. WilliBrew is an outstanding brew pub in down town Willimantic housed in an abandoned granite and…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 22, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
State officials have proposed a bill to the General Assembly establishing state support for the development of the CT Beer Trail earlier this week.
Proposed Bill No. 464 was introduced by…Continue
With five active craft beer breweries and at least four others in the development phase, there’s a growing buzz of excitement in Connecticut’s local craft beer community.
Added by Bryon Turner on January 21, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
CT Beer Trail is proud to announce every active brewery within the state is now on board!
Today Chris Kepple from Cottrell Brewing Co. contacted us and agreed to take part in this endeavor to promote Connecticut craft beer. Chris is very active in local politics when it comes to support of the craft beer industry in Connecticut and has also agreed to keep us in the know on all of his related efforts. When…Continue
Added by Cambridge House Brew Pub on January 18, 2011 at 8:24pm — No Comments
We've just started a new group here at the CT Beer Trail just for local CT Beer Bloggers. If you like to blog about beer, especially Connecticut beer, then we'd like to help you get more readers. Consider joining our new CT Beer Blogger's group here: …Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 16, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Friday was a great day. I first had the pleasure of meeting up with Bill DaSilva and the gang from SBC Restaurant & Brewery, a great bunch of guys. After a brief demo of the CT Beer Trail site, I enjoyed a pint of SBC's ESB, delicious! They also showed off a rare contraption used for filling growlers. Apparently they picked this thing up in Russia, there's only two in the area and they own them both. Be sure…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 15, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Today the CT Beer Trail grew by two! We're proud to announce the addition of Cambridge House Brew Pub (in East Granby) and Cavalry Brewing (in Oxford). If you haven't had the pleasure of tasting their beer, make plans this weekend to check them out!
Our official list of CT Beer Trail locations now includes (in order of their joining):…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 11, 2011 at 7:59pm — No Comments
We're proud to welcome the first home brew supply shop (brew-wine.com) to the CT Beer Trail! They'll be establishing their presence on the CT Beer Trail site in the days to come.
We expect to have a number of other additions to the trail in the days to come in the wake of a few very positive meetings and discussions with other breweries and brew pubs from across the state, so stay tuned!
Note: Some of…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 5, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
If you're reading this you're an early adopter of the CTBeerTrail.net project. This site is still in its beta testing and setup phase and our first group breweries are just getting on board. Most of the content you see on the site are demo profiles to give the local breweries a sneak peek on what they'll be able to do here.
Right now we have three of CT's five breweries signed up, including Thomas Hooker, Olde Burnside and New England Brewing. We're also in contact with…Continue
Added by Bryon Turner on January 1, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments