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Conn. GOP working on plan to help bars and restaurants as...

“Whether it’s from part of the $1.4 billion sent by Congress through the CARES Act, or from the rainy day fund, those funds need to be opened up now to keep our industry afloat,” said CT Brewers Guild Executive Director Phil Pappas.

Two Hudson Valley breweries going out of business

Bull & Barrel Brewery and Pine Island Brewing Co. say farewell.

Half Full Brewery announces opening of ‘Third Place’ concept

“With 2020’s unpredictability, our team felt that we could best help our community by creating exciting and safe ways to come together and activate the local scene,” said Half Full Founder and “Chief Hoptimist” Conor Horrigan. 

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.

Fairfield County eateries reign in ‘Best of Connecticut’ 2018 rankings

Outside of Connecticut Magazine's eatery rankings, three Fairfield County businesses were among those honored in the Health & Beauty category.

Area microbreweries sometimes face food fight

Selling a brew at places like Nod Hill in Ridgefield and Broken Bow in Tuckahoe is easy enough, but getting permission for food trucks to operate on-site can be another story.

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.