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Our Commitment to Fresh Beer

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When you crack open a Ninkasi beer, we want to make sure it’s the best beer you could possibly enjoy. We work hard to make sure our wholesale partners and retailers provide you with the freshest Ninkasi beer. How do we do this? Each and every bottle, can, case, and keg of Ninkasi beer is marked with a best by date. We do this to ensure your Ninkasi beer is enjoyed and tastes just as our brewers intended. 

Where to find our Best by Dates

Bottles
The best by date…

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Our Commitment to Fresh Beer

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When you crack open a Ninkasi beer, we want to make sure it’s the best beer you could possibly enjoy. We work hard to make sure our wholesale partners and retailers provide you with the freshest Ninkasi beer. How do we do this? Each and every bottle, can, case, and keg of Ninkasi beer is marked with a best by date. We do this to ensure your Ninkasi beer is enjoyed and tastes just as our brewers intended. 

Where to find our Best by Dates

Bottles
The best by date…

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Your Guide to Summer Beer Drinking

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Here in Oregon we spend a lot of time dreaming of sunny weather. And the rolling from spring to summer means that it’s finally time to sip some Maiden The Shade in the backyard, dust off the charcoal grill and start enjoying the outdoors to its fullest. While the sun provides us with Vitamin D and warm, positive vibes, beer is not too fond of the same treatment. Here are a few tips to maximize flavor and refreshment!

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Your Guide to Summer Beer Drinking

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Here in Oregon we spend a lot of time dreaming of sunny weather. And the rolling from spring to summer means that it’s finally time to sip some Maiden The Shade in the backyard, dust off the charcoal grill and start enjoying the outdoors to its fullest. While the sun provides us with Vitamin D and warm, positive vibes, beer is not too fond of the same treatment. Here are a few tips to maximize flavor and refreshment!

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The Science of Canned Beer

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Since the 1930s, beer has been produced in cans. The initial cans were steel, looking more like a soup can than a modern beer can. They were opened by punching two holes in the top with a churchkey, and imparted a metallic flavor to the beverage. Soon, cone-top cans were invented that could run through a brewery’s bottling line. In the 1960s, pull tab cans gained popularity for their ease of use, but the tabs littered areas where beer was consumed and were dropped into cans, presenting a health hazard. In the 1970s, the stay tab can that we know and love today was introduced. Although…

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Fred and Freddie Noe Hammer the Bung in Jim Beam’s 15 Millionth Bourbon Barrel [Video]

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Prohibition killed a lot of family distilleries. The Beam family was no exception. Prohibition put an end to a family business that had been around since 1795. The Beam’s were out of the distilled spirits business until the ratification of the 21st Amendment. After December 5, 1933 it was game on for 69 year old […]

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Stoli Group Launches Super-Premium Cenote Blanco, Añejo and Reposado Tequila Aged in Bourbon Barrels

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Stoli Group has announced the introduction of super-premium Cenote™ Tequila – “Tequila with a Soul,” marking the first time the spirits organization has created a new tequila brand from start to finish. Cenote is a 100% Agave Azul Tequilana Weber tequila. The company says they were inspired by the spectacular limestone cenotes scattered throughout Mexico’s […]

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Artwork on 2018 Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby 144 Bottle is “Dream Come True”

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By day, Brown-Forman employee Keith Anderson works in the company’s private dining room, Bourbon Street Café. By night, Keith is a painter. He now has a studio in his home where he paints quietly in the middle of the night and sells artwork mainly to friends and family. At the 2017 company Kentucky Derby party, while […]

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The Complete List: American Craft Spirits Association 2018 Award Winners

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Congratulations to all the distillers who entered the 2018 American Craft Spirits Association’s competition to determine the best of the best in craft spirits. There were more than 500 entrants from all over the country. Spirits were submitted in six categories including Whiskey, Gin, Rum, Vodka & Grain Spirits, Brandy and Specialty Spirits. The awards are broken out into Bronze, Silver, Gold, […]

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Nicole Austin Named Distiller at George Dickel Distillery – Tennessee Whiskey Just Got a Whole Lot More Interesting

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The George Dickel Distillery is located in Cascade Hollow, Tennessee. For the most part over the last several years the location may have well been called Sleepy Hollow because there wasn’t much news coming out about Diageo’s Tennessee Whiskey brand George Dickel except for the fact that people were leaving. Well, that story is about […]

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