The Beer Museum and the Brewtorium Brewery & Kitchen teamed up to brew a historical ale. From the social media post, it’s a pale Vienna Lager dry-hopped with Grungeist, “Did know that when Anton Dreher debuted the first Vienna lager in 1841, it was his response to Britain’s newly popular pale beers? The amber-colored brew was as light as they came at that time in Austria. We’ve turned up that paleness a couple of notches with Celestial Specter, our pale Vienna lager.”
How to Not Start a Damn Brewery
New Braunfels Brewing Company founder Kelly Meyers released an updated version of his original book entitled “How to Not Start a Damn Brewery” on August 3rd and started a podcast as well, “on this podcast, I rip back the layers of B.S. in the beer business to uncover what it really takes to be successful in this industry.”
Lager Jam is Back!
After a pandemic-style hiatus, Lager Jam 7 returns to the Spokesman on August 28th outdoors. Presented by the Austin Beer Guide, the event will take place in the parking lot of the Spokesman Yard location with 20+ participating breweries. Party packs are on sale now and pack holders will automatically be entered to win a YETI prize package.
Liberty Hill Beer Festival Returns
Liberty Hill Beer Festival is back for 2021, happening Oct 16th with a lineup of local breweries, wineries, and cideries including Red Horn, Barking Armadillo, Bold Republic, Hell or High Water, and Celis breweries with more to be announced soon. Tickets are $50 for VIP and $25 for General Admission and are limited this year, so buy your ticket today!
Beers With(out) Beards Returns
Beer boxes are already sold out, but you can still join the fun on September 18th for free by attending the digital content during the livesteam. From the website, the event will feature “a sensory tasting with the womxn of Allagash, a panel of womxn leaders in the industry from Boston Beer Co., a keynote presented by YETI, a cocktail class from New Belgium, a how to take beer photos class with Two Roads Brewing, and more”. This year, the festival will also benefit the Pink Boots Society by matching donations made during the festival.
Pink Boots Collaboration Beers Available Now
The Austin Chapter of Pink Boots Society has been out and about brewing collaboration beers with participating breweries using the Pink Boots Blend by Yakima Chief Hops. Little Red Bus from 4th Tap Brewing Co-op is the latest release out now. Support women in beer and grab a six-pack or two. Stay tuned to CraftBeerAustin.comas we cover other upcoming beers from local breweries.