Celebrity chef of Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” creates original recipes using Not Your Father’s Products
May 30, 2017
Small Town Brewery, Wauconda, Ill., announced a new partnership with chef Jet Tila, restaurateur, best-selling cookbook author and star of Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen,” “Iron Chef America” and “Chopped.”
New line builds on innovation, success of Not Your Father’s
February 28, 2017
Beginning March 1, Wauconda, Ill.-based Small Town Brewery, the makers of Not Your Father’s Root Beer, will introduce a new collection of artisanal brews that put a fresh spin on three classic American flavors. The new lineup includes Not Your Mom’s Apple Pie, Not Your Mom’s Strawberry Rhubarb and Not Your Mom’s Iced Tea.
Not Your Father’s Taproom IPA, Cherry Ale available in Oregon, Washington
November 16, 2016
Wauconda, Ill.-based Small Town Brewery announced that it will launch a new line of classically brewed beers, Not Your Father’s Taproom IPA and Not Your Father’s Taproom Cherry Ale. These limited-edition beers initially will be available in Oregon and Washington.
Referred by many as America’s Dairyland — thanks the vast number of dairy producers — Wisconsin also has a rich history when it comes to brewing beer. For Carl Nolen, his brother Mark Nolen and Kirby Nelson, sharing the history of brewing in Wisconsin was a mission they set out to do three years ago when they co-founded Verona, Wis.-based Wisconsin Brewing Co.
Just in time for National Root Beer Float Day (Aug. 6) Small Town Brewery, Wauconda, Ill., and Graeter's Ice Cream, Cincinnati, have teamed up to create the ultimate "adult" float featuring the brewer's Not Your Father's Root Beer and Graeter's craft ice creams.
Since moving back to the county where I grew up, I have been enjoying many of the local events and establishments that I probably took for granted when I was younger. Among the activities I’ve had the pleasure of attending was an art festival in the downtown area of my childhood community. Perusing the exhibits by local artists and enjoying the live music with my daughter and sister allowed for some
Beverage Industry’s November issue highlights the 100-year advocacy of the American Beverage Association and what’s next for CEO Katherine Lugar and a new plastics initiative, Every Bottle Back. This issue includes a special report on craft beer, an Up Close With feature on PRESS hard cider and what is sparking innovation in natural colors. Read more about how protein is powering up beverages and how warehouses are using WMS and WCS systems to streamline operations. As usual, the latest trends in new products, packaging and ingredients are highlighted.
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