10 Barrel started back in 2006 with three guys in Bend, Oregon who shared one simple mindset; brew beer, drink beer, and have fun doing it. Since then the brewery has grown but the people there will always stay the same. Rough morning? Grab a beer. Big powder day? The “Gone Skiing” sign goes up. Too hot to work? Mandatory company float trip. You get the picture… Here’s to living it up with a beer in hand. CHEERS!
Just one sip of Blue Point beer and you’ll find yourself at the boatyard hanging with friends, brewers,
and a few seagulls. That’s because after years of tireless brewing (but mostly drinking – don’t let their
brewers tell you otherwise), Blue Point knows it takes a hometown brew to live up to New York standards.
Though their brewers never stop innovating, one thing has stayed true since 1998: Blue Point is pretty
damn proud to brew beer in a boatyard for the people and place that inspire them every day.
Three-time Large Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival,
Elysian Brewing Company operates four neighborhood restaurants and a
production brewery in Seattle, Washington. Known both for classic styles
and for flexibility and innovation, Elysian has brewed over 350 different
recipes since opening in 1996. While Elysian’s brewers use a variety of
unusual ingredients, they are seasonally notorious for their pumpkin beers.
Each year Elysian hosts the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where dozens
of different pumpkin beers are poured, some of them from giant pumpkins.
Founded in Chicago in 1988, Goose Island is one of the most successful craft breweries in the
Midwest and produces some of the most popular, and award winning, beers in the U.S. Since 1989,
Goose Island beers have won a variety of awards at acclaimed beer events including the World Beer
Championships, World Beer Cup, World Expo of Beer and the Great American Beer Festival.
Kona Brewing Company was started by father and son team Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa.
The pair had a dream to create fresh, local island brews made with spirit, passion and
quality. Their love of Hawaii, and a desire to protect the pristine environment here,
brought them to the Big Island to fulfill their vision. Kona Brewing continues to be
headquartered right where it began, in Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island.
Drinking is Believing. Omission is the first craft beer brand in the US
focused exclusively on brewing great tasting craft beers with traditional
beer ingredients, including malted barley, specially crafted to remove gluten.
In 1981, Redhook founders, Gordon Bowker and Paul Shipman, had a vision to bring Seattle a better beer than the light yellow fizzy stuff that was widely available at the time. Seizing upon the progressive energy of other pioneering Emerald City brands, the two established Seattle’s Redhook Ale Brewery. From modest beginnings in an old transmission shop in the Ballard neighborhood, to a former trolley car barn in Fremont, Redhook has always embodied the spirit of Seattle. After 35 years, Seattle’s Original Craft Brewery is still brewing fresh, innovative craft beers for the new generations of beer lovers.
Los Angeles, CA
Gregory Hall founded Virtue Cider in 2011. He is known for his 20-year tenure as
brewmaster at the Goose Island Beer Company, having won 14 consecutive Great American
Beer Festival medals and pioneered bourbon barrel-aged beer with Bourbon County Stout.
Now he makes ciders with all-natural ingredients using sustainable and traditional
methods; producing crisp, complex ciders without added sugar. Virtue Cider is
committed to making cider the traditional way; on a farm with local apples.
Core Brands: Michigan Brut, Michigan Harvest
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