No matter how you like your Thanksgiving turkey, dressing, and pumpkin pie, there’s a West Virginia beer that will elevate your feast to new heights. To help you get a handle on some beer that will work best for you, we asked our West Virginia brewers for advice. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Dinner and WV Craft Beer”
The countdown is over. Devils Backbone Brewing Company (DBBC) is launching its line of award-winning beer in West Virginia starting now, and continuing over the next few weeks. The date products hit the shelves may vary in each local market. West Virginia will be the fifth state market to receive beer from the Roseland, Virginia-based craft brewery.
Watch your local craft beer bars’ Facebook pages for announcements of launch parties and other DBBC events.
The article below is reprinted from a news release by the OktoberWest event in Charleston, West Virginia. It’s indicative of the rapidly growing interest in local beer and regional craft beer all across the Appalachian region. Twelve of their 19 featured craft breweries are from West Virginia or surrounding states, with seven having breweries located in Appalachia. In past years, OktoberWest focused mostly on light macro-brews.