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Warrior brewer: Mike Chiltern is all chips in with his White...

The bar and event space, which serves farm-to-table food, is about a half-mile down the road from where the self-made braumeister was born at White Plains Hospital.

New craft beer law ‘helps level the playing field’ for CT...

Among other things, the law increases the amount of beer that craft breweries can daily sell to individual customers off-premises, from nine liters to nine gallons.

Connecticut brewery employment leaps over last eight years

Even with no large commercial breweries, employment grew from fewer than 15 in the first quarter of 2010 to 780 in December 2018.

Report: Beer industry contributed over $3 billion to CT economy last...

The figure easily surpasses the $745.7 million the sector contributed in 2017, according to the Beer Institute, which represents two-thirds of breweries in Connecticut.

Suite Talk: Phil Pappas, executive director of the Connecticut Brewers Guild

"Craft beer itself has a $750 million impact on the State of Connecticut," said Pappas.

Area brewers brace for impact of aluminum, steel tariffs

"Somebody’s going to have to make that added expense up, and it will probably be the consumer," says the brewmaster at Stamford's Half Full Brewery.

River Outpost brewery opens at The Factoria in Peekskill

The brewery sits on the ground floor of The Factoria, the sprawling entertainment complex on the Hudson riverfront.

Report: Beer industry contributes over $1 billion to Conn. economy

The state’s beer-making industry accounted for 11,482 jobs last year, according to the "Beer Serves America" report.

Beer prices in Connecticut among the lowest in the nation

According to Simple Thrifty Living, the average price for a 24-pack of beer in Connecticut is $15.96, which makes the state the fifth least expensive for this beloved beverage purchase.

Connecticut House gives thumbs-up to self-serve alcohol machine bill

Connecticut’s House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of a bill that would allow for the installation of self-serve alcohol machines at permitted venues. The bill,...

Diageo plans to open U.S. Guinness brewery after 63 years’ absence

The new brewery would be a home for new Guinness beers created for the U.S. market, while Guinness Stout will continue to be brewed at St. James’s Gate in Dublin.

Young CEO taps millennials for Heineken USA

Dolf van den Brink, the 39-year-old CEO at Heineken USA, has brought marketing innovation, a portfolio of new brands and growth to a company once known for its single import beer

One stop shop launched for NY beer, wine and spirits industry

New York state announced it is launching a one stop shop to provide wine, beer and spirits producers with a single point of government contact for assistance with regulations, licensing, state incentives, and any other industry-related issues.

Brewers cheer Cuomo’s campaign

Brewers across New York have been praising a new tourism campaign Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last week designed to promote the state’s wines, beers and spirits.

Cuomo reduces regulations on beer & wine

New York State produces great wine, beer, cider and spirits, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo would like more people to know about it.