We are absolutely thrilled that our hometown heroes the Cleveland Cavaliers have ended a 52-year drought and brought a hard-earned championship to our hardworking city (we understand there are some droughts that award-winning beer simply can’t quench).
There is no denying that the India Pale Ale is the reigning king of the craft beer world, but Luke Purcell has been around long enough to know that hasn’t always been the case. “The IPA craze is relatively new,” he explains.
Issue a small craft advisory: Lake Erie Monster Imperial IPA will be back from the depths and in a market near you this June.
To filter, or not to filter: that is the question. With so many beer styles showing up on shelves today, it can be confusing as to why some beers appear cloudier than others. Mark Hunger, GLBC Brewmaster, sat down to shed some light on this murky subject.
In addition to servicing home Cavs and Indians games, our Fatty Wagon shuttle will provide round-trip service to the following events at Quicken Loans Arena:
- Cavs Watch Parties (in addition to home games) through the Finals
- Paul McCartney (August 17 & August 18)
We believe that the best summer moments are made even better with Great Lakes beer, and we want you to help us prove our theory all summer long.
Just in time for the warm summer months, the newest Great Lakes Brewing Co. seasonal Steady Rollin’ Session IPA will sail into a market near you this May.
With Rackhouse Ale set to be released for the first time ever in 22 oz. bottles on April 30th, we sat down with GLBC Production Supervisor Justin Michalovic to find out more about the newly expanded Great Lakes Brewing Co. barrel aging program.