Magic City Brewfest is back this year! Birmingham’s favorite beer festival returns at its original location at Sloss Furnaces with nearly 50 breweries in attendance. Keep reading to learn how to have the best Brewfest possible this year and get the early-bird special with code BHAMNOW.
Despite some delays due to COVID-19, Birmingham’s newest taproom is gearing up for an August opening. We got a sneak peek into the new Monday Night Brewing taproom in Birmingham’s Parkside—here’s what we’re looking forward to.
TrimTab Brewing Co., one of Birmingham’s favorite breweries, was named as one of the top 10 breweries in the country. A renowned beer expert evaluated thousands of breweries across America. Our very own TrimTab came out on top!
Ghost Train Brewing Co. is one of the best known local brewers to hit the Birmingham food and beverage scene. An interesting new stout, Stout Side of the Moon 13.9ABV has been released in nifty four-packs by Ghost Train.
Yesterday, as the temperatures got a bit cooler, an excited bunch of folks lifted their shovels and broke ground for Sloss Dock’s newest tenant, and the state’s oldest packaging brewery,Back Forty Beer Company.
Ever wanted to have a beer with a world famous explorer? Join Bham Now, sponsored by EBSCO, at Avondale Brewery on Dec. 6th for a conversation with Jim McClintock, Explorer Club Fellow, before he takes off for his 15th trip to the Antarctic. We’ll meet upstairs at Avondale Brewing Company Doors open at 5:00 pm for networking. Program from 6 – 7pm. Get ticket here.
Started by a gastrointestinal doctor and a former marine, Red Hills Brew Co will open its doors this weekend. Specialty will be ‘session’ beers meaning beers with less than 5.1% alcohol. That means you can throw back a few with out sliding off your chair!
If you love craft beer as much as the rest of the Bham community, you will be excited to hear that the newest brewing company is coming to Homewood, AL. Located on Central Ave, next to Little Donkey, Octane and Steel City Pops, this venue has a lot to offer.
Earlier today, they introduced three beers: A Pound a Brown Mild,
Gangsta Rap Friday West Coast IPA, and
Their focus will be session beers so you can enjoy a night out responsibly. After all of their hard work, they are hoping September will be their month for grand opening.
Birmingham’s brewery scene is steadily growing with this new addition.
Be sure to check them out on Facebook for updates.