MadTree Brewing announces release of ‘Pilgrim’ in cans for Fall

It had to happen some time. Fresh on the heels of the release of fan-favorite Dreamsicle, MadTree Brewing announces they are canning “Pilgrim.”

Fans have been clamoring for Pilgrim Pale Ale to be canned since its initial release at the 1.0 facility. With the expansion at 2.0 in Oakley, MadTree now has the capacity to can the beer.

The brewery is also partnering with La Soupe and Busken bakery as part of the event.

Here are all the details on the release, straight from MadTree:

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Cellar Dweller head brewer to leave for Wiedemann project

We have some big brewing news coming out of Cellar Dweller today.

Head Brewer Steve Shaw announced this morning that he is leaving Cellar Dweller and will join the new Wiedemann Brewing project in St. Bernard.

Here is his initial release, we have some Q&A with him after the jump:

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Braxton Brewing Company to Can Water for Hurricane Harvey Relief

When natural disasters strike those affected need all sorts of aid and something simple as clean drinking water is often on top of that list. AB-InBev and Miller do a great job getting clean canned drinking water into disaster areas. This year craft breweries have stepped up to the plate to help as well with both Oskar Blues and now Cincinnati’s own Braxton Brewing sending in canned water.

Braxton Canning Water for Hurricane Harvey

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Blank Slate’s Scott LaFollette Hired by Fifty West!

Blank Slate closed just over three weeks ago. Here is his statement on the closing and many fond remembrances. Many people have wondered about where the owner and head brewer Scott LaFollette would end up. I am happy to report he has been hired by Fifty West to become the production manager! This is great news for Scott, Fifty West, and Cincinnati beer drinkers!

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Christian Moerlein’s Third Wave: More That Just A New IPA

Christian Moerlein is getting ready to debut cans of their new Third Wave IPA and Purity Pils. These cans feature new branding designs for Moerlein in new package formats. But this is more than just a new IPA and a new look for Moerlein. I recently sat down with Marketing & Events Director Jesse Folk and Vice-President of Brewing Operations Eric Baumann to discuss these changes.

Third Wave IPA

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BC’s Bottle Lodge Coming to West Chester

BC’s Bottle Lodge is a new bar and bottle shop coming to West Chester, Ohio. I stopped by this afternoon to talk to the owners and learn about what they have planned.

BC's Bottle Lodge

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MadTree Gnarly Gno More, Delicato Vineyards, and USPTO Case 91221518

Over the past few weeks, some events have popped up featuring varieties of MadTree’s Gnarly Brown and using the phrase “Gnarly Gno More.” MadTree had remained silent on the subject until this Tumblr post from this afternoon. That post resulted in many negative attacks directed at MadTree on Facebook from people upset about losing a favorite beer. MadTree never explained why they’re killing Gnarly Brown and replacing it with P.S.A., so I decided to do some digging. Continue reading “MadTree Gnarly Gno More, Delicato Vineyards, and USPTO Case 91221518”