American Craft Beer Week- The Ultimate Guide

american craft beer week

American Craft Beer Week® is the nationwide celebration of U.S. small and independent craft brewers. The weeklong celebration allows for craft brewers to share their creativity and passion for the beverage they love. This year’s American Craft Beer Week is May 13-19, 2019

At Tacotarian we love craft beer. In fact, we strive to get some of the best craft beers each week so that you can try a different one each time you visit. We’ve recently even teamed up with the Craft Beer Community App to bring you a specialty beer club where you can earn free beers. Amazing, right?

So in honor of National American Craft Beer Week, we’re showcasing some of our specialty beers that your may have missed at our recent Vegan Tacos and Beer Festival. These bad boys won’t last long so come and try them before everyone else beats you to it.

Rosalie Beer Rosé- Firestone Walker

Firestone Walker is going back to the future with Rosalie, a one-of-a-kind brew co-fermented with local Paso Robles wine grapes to create a uniquely refreshing beer rosé.

american craft beer week

Launch- Fat Orange Cat Brewing Co.

Connecticut- New England style IPA with low bitterness and a citrus flavor.

american craft beer week

Remove Beer From the Bottom of the Ocean- Fat Orange Cat Brewing Co.

Connecticut-New England style IPA. EUREKA and MOSAIC hops create a complex cornucopia of stone fruit and berry flavors but also very earthy and dank.

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Die Hard Cider- Mission Trail

Bradley, CA- Traditional, dry, fruity cider made exclusively from Newtown Pippin, Winesap, and Spitzenberg varietals.

american craft beer week

Plum Jerkum- Mission Trail

Bradley, CA- A Jerkum is an ancient and traditional fermentation of England. Native to the county of Worcestershire where fruit growers would ferment their native plums.

 

american craft beer week

 

Bible Belt- Evil Twin Brewing &  Prairie Artisan Ales

Colorado- The latest edition of Bible Belt is made at Evil Twin.
Even More Jesus aged on coffee, vanilla, chilies, and cacao nibs.

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Now that you’ve seen the list, run, don’t walk to try these beauties. Do you have a favorite American craft beer that isn’t on the list? Drop it in the comments and if it’s vegan we will do our best to get it. Make sure to join our Tacoholics Beer Club and start earning stamps for free beers too.

 

“Did you Know…?” Check out these fun facts about American craft beer.

 

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