Style of the Month, August 2017: Pale Ales

Pale ales didn’t really exist until the 18th century, when improvements in malt drying technology enabled malt to be kilned dry without heavily toasting the kernels. These new lighter beers were instant successes and would go on to define British brewing for the next two centuries, while also finding footholds in the eclectic Belgian brewing […]

3 Beer and Food Pairings for the Summer

Few things are more divine than the perfect beer and food pairing! Craft Beer Cellar co-founders, Kate Baker and Suzanne Schalow, are Certified Cicerones® and collectively share nearly 50 years in the restaurant business. They’ve tinkered with hundreds of recipes and pairings over the years. Here are a few of their summer favorites (you can […]

Craft Beer Cellar Fort Collins Celebrates Two Years With Talented Friends!

The crew at Craft Beer Cellar Fort Collins loves to whoop it up and that’s what’s happening this weekend to celebrate their second anniversary this weekend, June 23 and 24.     Chris Lazzery, CBC FoCo’s owner, and Justin Wright, the store’s Brewmaster General, have coordinated a series of collaborative showcase events for Saturday, June […]

Craft Beer Cellar on Tour: Spencer Brewery

The Spencer Brewery is adding “Monk’s Reserve Ale,” a new Belgian-style quad to its storied line-up of American-made Trappist beers. Being America’s only Trappist brewery gives Spencer some unique advantages and some unique challenges when it comes to introducing any new beer. But quads are different – they’re the holy grail of this revered monastic […]

Craft Beer Cellar’s Beer of the Month Program

The choices available to craft beer seekers are endless, and growing by the day. It’s a nice problem to have, but it can be hard to decide. So, let us help you with Craft Beer Cellar‘s Beer of the Month program! Every month, the Beer Geeks at all 33 Craft Beer Cellar stores select beers across a wide […]

Craft Beer Cellar Style of the Month, May 2017: Farmhouse Ales

Craft Beer Cellar‘s Style of the Month for May is farmhouse ales. But what does that mean, exactly? While farmhouse ale has become synonymous with saison, it is actually a category within which two styles reside: saison and biere de garde. Saison is certainly the better known of the two. The history behind the style […]

International Beer in the “Drink Local” Era

Where do imported beers fit into today’s “drink local” craft beer picture? That’s the question importers are trying to answer. Artisanal Imports brings in beer from many popular European breweries you will find at Craft Beer Cellar stores across the country, including La Trappe, Sunner, Bosteels (makers of Kwak and Tripel Karmeliet), Vander Ghinste, Veltins, […]

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