Press Release | June 21, 2004
Stone Brewing Announces New Brewery Location
In late 2002, with an annual growth rate of 50% and greater over the previous six years, it became clear that Stone would outgrow its current facility and company founders began looking for a future long-term home for the company. After 18 months of searching, the new location has been found: the Escondido Research & Technology Center (ERTC), a large, high-end business park nestled in the rolling hills on Escondido's west side.
Press Release | June 04, 2004
Stone Brewing to release 2004 edition of Stone Imperial Russian Stout
June 14th is the highly anticipated release date for the 2004 edition of Stone Imperial Russian Stout. Stone Brewing has a well-known reputation for brewing big, aggressive beers to the pinnacle of the brewer's art, and Stone Imperial Russian Stout ranks at the top of that list.
Press Release | April 30, 2004
Upstate NY Braces For Stone
The Arrogance Bursts Beyond The Big Apple
Press Release | April 01, 2004
Stone Justification Ale
Proves There Are No Carbs In The Words "Great Taste"
Press Release | January 26, 2004
Stone Brewing to release 2004 Stone Old Guardian
In a classic case of not leaving well enough alone, Stone Brewing announced this week that the recipe for their award winning, once-a-year special release, Stone Old Guardian Barley Wine, has been scrapped. Perhaps permanently. In its place is the entirely new recipe that will be presented to the no doubt angry public in early February.
Press Release | December 03, 2003
Christmas Comes Early For Stone Brewing Co.
Two brand new, custom-fabricated 150barrel fermentation vessels arrived at the Stone Brewing Co. today just in time for Christmas. While the tanks won't be on line until January 2nd, just knowing that Stone fans will be kept happy is present enough for the crew at Stone Brewing.
Press Release | October 15, 2003
Stone Brewing Co. Recognized as One of America's Fastest Growing Companies
The Stone Brewing Co. has again been named one of America's entrepreneurial growth leaders by Inc magazine, which this week released its 2003 Inc 500 ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The ranking appears in the magazine's current issue, now on newsstands.
Press Release | August 21, 2003
Stone Brewing To Release Stone 7th Anniversary Ale
As an anniversary tradition, Stone turns the reigns over each year to their diabolical beer geniuses --- also known as "brewers" --- to create amazing Stone Anniversary Ales. Part of the tradition is that each year's Stone Anniversary Ale is a spin on one of Stone's existing brews. This year for the brewery's 7th Anniversary, the brewers set their focus on Stone Pale Ale and tweaked, altered, abused, and cranked the recipe to create a "big beer" enthusiast's dream.
Travel Pulse | December 10, 2014
Five Fantastic Craft Beer Pilgrimages
Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens - Escondido is listed on this roundup.
Braft Beer & Brewing Magazine | December 08, 2014
5 Craft Brewers and Their Favorite Barrel-Aged Stouts
Here are five craft brewers on their favorite barrel-aged stouts. Bryan Keilty Head Brewer at Lompoc Brewing, Portland, Oregon calls Stone Imperial Russian Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels his personal favorite.
Men's Journal | December 07, 2014
The 9 Best Craft Beers on Airlines
Stone IPA is now available on Delta Air Lines' flights between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Craft Brewing Business | November 25, 2014
Thanksgiving Special 2014: Homebrew advice from famous craft brewers
Stone Brewmaster Mitch Steele offers homebrewers advice, telling them to "brew without fear."
Los Angeles Magazine | November 20, 2014
Celebrating the Rise of the Golden Stout
Stone Brewing Company's Master of Disguise is the latest in a great new category of beer.
Men's Journal | November 18, 2014
Session IPAs: The Backlash to High-Alchohol Beers
That's why the arrival of session IPAs – beers designed specifically so that drinkers can enjoy a few in a single session – is such a refreshing change. These ales are leaner, brighter, and drier than the IPAs you've come to expect.