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Stone moving forward with more revamped recipes

Added by 8 years ago

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Ruination isn't the only thing getting a do-over at Stone. While hoppier than most beers of its kind, the original Stone Pale Ale possessed the type of copper-toned, caramely malt body associated with traditional Bri...

RIP Stone Ruination

Added by 8 years ago

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If you haven't heard yet--it's going away...sort of. There’s still one more beer that will be exiting production for eternity and, as hard as it is to say good-bye, the time has come. Spring 2015 will see the last-ev...

Stone needs your money?

Added by 8 years ago

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That's what they're claiming, anyway. Take a peek at the location we've secured in Berlin, complete with Death Star window and accompanied by sufficient space to create a truly magnificent experience worthy of flavor...

Greg Koch going off the grid

Added by 9 years ago

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I don't mean green energy for the brewery--I mean the Stone co-founder is going on an extended hiatus from human civilization.  But he's not just leaving Stone high and dry. Before he leaves on a six-month, off-the-g...

Stone “Runinating” the countryside

Added by 9 years ago

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Stone hilariously typo'd their signature beer on the packaging for their new variety pack. Runination? Yep, Runination. Hey, we’re not proud of it. It’s a bummer to have our Art Department  put together such a gre...

Stone coming to Alabama

Added by 9 years ago

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Pardon the interruption for a little local self-indulgence.  Stone is finally coming to Alabama, just 5 short LONG years after the first Free The Hops bill reformed the beer laws in the state.   A team of Sto...

Wil Wheaton has a beer and it sounds amazing

Added by 9 years ago

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In the incoming horde of celebrity collaborations/endorsements of beer brands, comes this offering that may actually be as delicious as it is bizarre. Apparently it's as easy as being a famous geek and telling a br...