Pabst revives legendary Ballantine Burton Ale for the holidays

Pabst Brewing, the largest American-owned brewer, is bringing back a storied beer for the holidays—Ballantine Burton Ale. According to a press release, Burton Ale was first brewed by P. Ballantine & Sons Brewing Company in Newark, New Jersey, immediately after the repeal of Prohibition in the 1930s, and was often aged for up to 20 … [ Read more]

The Mill: Pour For Parks, Fall Drinking, Ingredient Issues and more

The Mill says bring on Indian summer. A nice bout of unseasonable warmth is just what we need for the spate of Oktoberfests and autumn events happening in the next few weeks. What’s on your radar in The Mill these days? Tweet us @growlermag. Events: We’re not done with autumn beer festivals quite yet. One … [ Read more]

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