Posts Tagged ‘Kim Jordan’

New Belgium Keeps Its Promise: Fat Tire, Hoptober Coming Soon to D.C.

Almost exactly a year ago, New Belgium Brewing Company founder Kim Jordan announced publicly that the next market the Colorado brewery would enter would be D.C. She wasn't merely pandering to the audience, which was a packed crowd of craft beer fans at last year's Lupuless Reunuless panel at the Brickskeller during Savor Week. It […]

New Belgium is Coming to Town

We reported earlier this summer that brewery founder Kim Jordan publicly promised D.C. would be the next market New Belgium Brewing Company would expand to. Yesterday the official announcement came in the form of a press release from the Ft. Collins, Colorado based brewery. District beer fans have had a few tastes from bootleggers, but starting in September […]

Why Doesn’t My Favorite Brewery Distribute to D.C.?

It's Dear "Abbey" week on Y&H. Foodie Tim Carman is on vacation, leaving us beer bloggers (plus special guest Greg Engert of ChurchKey) to write exclusively about beer. In this "ask-the-beer-bloggers" post, we turn to a question about beer distribution from reader Dave H., who asks: I’d be curious to see a write up regarding distribution […]

A Pint of Their Own: Beer Events for the Ladies SAVOR Weekend

Interest in craft beer grows each year. Everyday more people experience that "eureeka moment," discover how flavorful beer can be, and are hooked for life. Although a higher percentage of those people are men, the ranks of women becoming interested in beer and brewing is steadily growing. In November we wrote about notable women in the […]

SAVOR Mania: The Master List

It's that time of year again. SAVOR is coming to town and with the national craft beer and food pairing event comes a week-long beer party for D.C. Tickets sold out in record time this year, but thanks to the local bars, restaurants, and distributors who take advantage of so many talented brewers being in […]

Women of Craft Beer: A Quick List

As we mentioned, the Lagerheads have been reading The Naked Pint by Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune, in anticipation of meeting them this week (which you can do Tuesday night at ChurckKey). The book naturally appeals to women because it is written by two female beer experts, and when you're into something not that many other […]