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Stock up for the Independence Day weekend with home delivery and rewards for buying CBW beer this Friday, July 3rd!
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What follows in a chronological timeline of what transpired between Community Beer Works and 42 North on January 4, 2019, and January 5, 2019. Please proceed with caution; what you see may disturb you.
Starting this Thursday, June 17, we’re inviting you to join us in raising money to support LGBTQ+ youth in the WNY area. To kick things off, we’re starting the donation pool at $500 and will match your donations, up to $1,000.
Embeering! with Ethan Cox
CBW President and Co-Founder Ethan Cox touches on our current curbside pick-up operation.
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Both of our patios open on Friday, June 12 and we are SO excited to welcome you back to 520 7th Street!
That Grapefruit Radler is a refreshing, low-ABV beer made with our award-winning session IPA and fresh grapefruit juice.
Let's Go Pils is getting the summertime treatment! For a limited time you can grab not one, but TWO refreshing twists on our already thirst-quenching light American lager!
We have always done our best to stand with our neighbors in times of strife, unrest, tragedy, and uncertainty. It's who we are. But, it simply hasn't been enough.
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From kegs to cans, the beer business rolls on. In this article by Rise Collaborative, Rise sits down with CBW President Ethan Cox to chat about operating a brewery in the era of COVID-19.
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Your input is needed! Please take a few moments to complete this survey and help NYS breweries prepare to re-open under the governor’s “NY Forward Reopening Plan” guidelines.
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Covid-19 prompts brewers to focus on canned beer, not kegs.
It’s in the can when it comes to craft beers 1 month ago
Take out, pickup, or delivery of your beverage of choice has become a part of pandemic life. A bill in the New York State Senate is looking to keep it that way for two more years.
Bill proposes alcohol to-go for two more years after shutdown 1 month ago Table beer, tafelbier, or bière de table all refer to low-alcohol brews that can be enjoyed with or without food, and throughout a lengthy drinking “session.” Unlike table wine, table beers are generally not of lesser quality or expense than other beers. Instead, table beers are meant to be enjoyed one after the other, without getting you “drunk.” While session beers can encompass any style, table beers are most often Belgian-style ales like saisons made with Belgian yeast, house yeast strains, or mixed fermentation cultures, along with such light malts as two-row and pilsner, and a variety of citrus-forward hops. Community-Minded Craft Brewers Are Reviving Time-Honored Table Beers Reviving Time-Honored Table Beers 10 months ago Julie Roesser has built a portfolio around beer. The Buffalo-based photographer has the enviable job of shooting beer for some of the best breweries in the country. Working behind the camera, Roesser developed a keen aesthetic that suits the sudsy world of craft beer and draws you in, while highlighting all the tasty brews the country has to offer. This list includes our 7th Street Taproom and Hydraulic Hearth among the best places to drink beer in Buffalo The Best Places To Drink Beer In Buffalo, According to Julie Roesser – aka CraftBeerDeer 11 months ago