Colorado's Left Hand Brewing will join a growing list of craft brewers opting to sell at least a portion of their companies back to employees. The Longmont-based craft brewery today announced it has finalized the repurchase of common shares from current stockholders and established an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP).
The Brewers Association has issued the following warning to its members regarding pending federal requirements to disclose the caloric value and other health criteria of beer being sold at on-premise chains: “Be ready or lose sales.”...
After 25 years at the helm of New Belgium Brewing, co-founder Kim Jordan will step down as CEO and transition into a new role as executive chair of the brewery’s Board of Directors, the company announced today. Current president and chief operations officer Christine Perich, who began her career at New Belgium in 2000 and has also previously served as the company’s chief financial officer, has been named CEO. She will take over on October 9, the company said.
Call it the Great Babies in Bars Debate: Is it perfectly fine or utterly unforgivable for parents to bring their tykes to the tavern? When balancing American convention with common sense, it helps to look at families abroad.
Tiffany McFarland and Erica Talbot are co-presidents of the San Francisco chapter of the Pink Boots Society, an organization that provides awareness and education for women in the beer industry.
Last week, we met up with them at SF's oldest beer bar, Toronado, located just around the corner from Tiffany’s apartment in the Lower Haight. It’s Tiffany’s go-to bar, where she likes to drink Russian River Brewing Company's Blind Pig IPA with Layla, one of her three Bernese Mountain Dogs, sitting by her side... [click headline for more]
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