Samuel Adams’ new beer will be illegal in West Virginia

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - Samuel Adams is releasing a new limited edition beer that many won’t be able to buy. It will be so potent that it will be illegal to sell here in West Virginia. Don’t bother looking for it in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North...
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Samuel Adams' new beer is illegal in 15 states, but not Maine

Samuel Adams is releasing a new limited-edition beer that many won't be able to buy. It will be so potent that it will be illegal to sell in more than a dozen states. The beer company released a new version of its Utopias brand every couple of years, but this year, it won't be sold in 15 states.
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Tulsa World

What the Ale: Oktoberfest events around Tulsa

Time to get your lederhosen out and turn on your polka tunes. There are lots of Oktoberfest events around town. Here is a roundup of some of the events. A big tent celebration with food by 1907 Barbecue and Siegi’s, live music, games, contests and beer by the stein, liter or half-liter. The event is family- and dog-friendly. Masks will be required indoors unless seated.
Red Bluff Daily News

Beef N’ Brew return draws huge crowd to Red Bluff

RED BLUFF — With rain in the air Saturday evening, the annual Beef N’ Brew fundraiser was underway in Red Bluff. People began gathering in the downtown area around 5 p.m. to start sampling the beef and beers being offered. There were 40 businesses and 20 beef vendors participating in the event.

Illegal Flirting and other Laws Keeping Austin Weird

“Keep Austin Weird” is the city motto in business, law, and leisure. Austin, Texas, is a city of music and culture. It’s the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World,” it has one of the highest rates of restaurants per capita in America, and its residents care so much about their food that they have more than 40 farmers' markets scattered across town.

Stein Holding Competition at Insurrection Distillery

A unique competition in Lehighton has winners raising their glass to say cheers. The point of the contest? Who could hold it the longest!. Insurrection Distillery celebrates fall a little early Saturday with an Octoberfest. Crowds came out to watch people compete in a stein holding competition as they enjoyed German music, food, and lots of beer.

KVCC Brews Up ‘Taps on Tuesday’ Food and Beer Pairings

The craft beer scene has grown from basements to college campuses. Enjoy a night out and sample the wares of KVCC's sustainable brewing and culinary arts students. Havirmill Café is one of Kalamazoo's hidden gems. Students enrolled in Kalamazoo Valley College's Culinary Arts & Sustainable Food Systems programs put their training to work in the 418 restaurant and Havirmill Café, at 418 E. Walnut, in downtown Kalamazoo. The student-run eatery serves up delicious fare of all flavors and ethnicities, hand-crafting tastes from down home and around the globe. Undergrads are given a chance to practice their culinary skills in a real-world environment. While the learning and study program has continued at KVCC, Havirmill Café has yet to reopen post-COVID.

Capelo’s Oktoberfest fun features steinholding contest

Oktoberfest was in full swing in Redwood City on Saturday, Sept. 18, with the festive annual event returning to Courthouse Square, featuring plenty of brew, plus dancing and a live band. A new event took place as well at Capelo’s Barbecue, at 2655 Middlefield Road, which included contests such as...

Beer Alert: New Fall Porters And Seasonal Stouts

With October nearing, there’s no avoiding it, fall is on the way. And American craft brewers are addressing the changing seasons with seasonal offerings you’re gonna want have around. Say Wha? (Atlanta, GA) – New Realm Brewing is returning a fall favorite that sips like a cup of Mexican-style hot...

Cleveland’s ‘beer-drinking culture’ main draw for BrewDog’s expansion to Flats; brewpub looks to November opening

CLEVELAND, Ohio – BrewDog’s planned Cleveland expansion actually goes back several years, to right after the Scottish brewery landed in Ohio. BrewDog came to the United States in 2015, choosing Ohio as its first location in this country. It broke ground that year in Canal-Winchester southeast of Columbus and opened the taproom in early 2017.

Pandemic Lifestyle – Did You Become Healthier?

I saw a recent article that said about 20% of kids are eating more fast food since the pandemic started. It got me thinking about our own pandemic lifestyle changes and what the net effect might be. We have friends who took the lockdown as an opportunity to lose weight...

EOTC: McDonald’s Clothing, Potent Beer, Costly Christmas

McDonald’s has partnered with apparel brand Boxlunch to release a line release of clothing and accessories based on the world famous fast-food restaurant. The McDonald’s inspired items include a hamburger hoodie, a backpack covered in the McDonald’s logo and a Happy Meal-shaped purse. Boxlunch says it’s partnered with Feeding America and will donate a meal to a person in need for every $10 spent on the merchandise.

In rotation: 9/21/21

Salina, KS | Bygone Record Store Still Echoes in Heart of Kansas: House Of Sight And Sound Was A Hippie Outpost On The High Plains. Every year, retailers face a dreaded task: inventory. At the House of Sight and Sound in Salina, though, this was a hallowed time. Loyal customers would flock to help count records, CDs and packages of incense. It wasn’t considered tedious work so much as an opportunity for hours of conversation, laughter and memories with owner Tom Headlee and his equally charismatic employees. This was the atmosphere Headlee cultivated in his store every day for the almost 40 years it was in business. The shop closed in 2011, but dedicated customers and former employees keep its memory alive. One loyal record buyer created a tribute song to the store. Someone else started a Facebook page in the store’s honor, where former customers still wax nostalgic about the hippie outpost on the High Plains, which some dubbed the “House of Song and Bong”…

Knights of Columbus 'OKTOBERFEST' on Saturday October 9th.

The Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of the Lakes Council #6318 will hold their annual Oktoberfest on Saturday October 9th, 2021 at the council hall on Fair Street in Carmel, NY. This event has always proven to be a popular and sells out quickly. All proceeds go to help St. James the Apostle Parish and School in Carmel. Last year's Oktoberfest raised over &5,000 dollars to help the parish get through the pandemic.