What’s On Tap: Dan, Geoff and Tamsin of 603 Brewery!
Being a “Team of 3” , we each bring a unique and different skill set to the table. Our head brewer is an expert in water quality, who has a passion for brewing and the art of creating beer recipes. The general manager and master of “keeping it real” has a strong background in sales and program management, thus keeping us focused and on track. Our marketing coordinator has experience in the retail industry and brand management, as well as six sigma and lean manufacturing training.
The 603 Brew Crew!
Draft Pick’s of the Week:
Summatime Ale – We tasted their test batch for this SUMMER!!
9th State Red IPA
9thState is a Red IPA with huge malt character that gets surprisingly balanced out big floral citrusy hop bitterness. Its sweet dark malts give it a deep red color often only seen when held up to light. The uniqueness of the big citrus hop profile paired with the sweet malts make this a very unique beer that has developed a strong following at the brewery.
9th State was the first beer Dan, Geoff, and Tamsin ever designed and brewed together. They set out to make a beer that was unique and delicious. 9th State clearly demonstrates our belief that not all IPA’s have to be west coast IPA’s, they are allowed to have strong malt presence as well!
On June 21 of 1788, New Hampshire was the ninth state to join the union by signing the United States Constitution.
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Craft beer bill introduced!
A craft beer bill designed to make South Carolina more attractive for a West Coast brewery’s $31 million eastward expansion has been introduced in the state House of Representatives.
The so-called “Stone Bill” — named so because Stone Brewing Co., with $135 million in revenue reported last year, is considering South Carolina as a possible location for a new production facility — would pave the way for brewers already in the state to have more freedom in how they make and sell their beer. READ MORE
Beer Industry Numbers Tell the Story of Effective Laws | Commentary
When it comes to regulating beer in America, numbers tell the story.
Two-hundred and forty-six billion, 576,000, 13,000, one. These numbers reflect the economic, commercial and regulatory success of the state and federal policies that govern beer and those who produce, distribute and sell it.
The number 246 billion represents the combined annual economic impact of brewers, distributors, retailers and related industries. Beer distributors alone add $54 billion to the nation’s gross domestic product. According to the Beer Serves America study, the beer industry directly and indirectly employs more than 2 million Americans in all 50 states. These good jobs also deliver nearly $79 billion in wages and benefits. READ MORE