Press Release | October 08, 2018
FACT SHEET: Stone Sanctimonious IPA
Stone Sanctimonious IPA represents the elevated state of reverence that Stone extols for the venerable and almighty Hop. Amarillo & Simcoe hops have been anointed to bestow their divine qualities on this sacred brew. This limited release is part of Stone's Hop Worship Seasonal IPA Series... Glory be to those who imbibe it in its freshest form... and faithfully worship thy Hop in the beauty of blissful bitterness.
Press Release | June 29, 2018
FACT SHEET: Stone Notorious P.O.G. Berliner Weisse
This beer is the culmination of a journey that began on our Stone World Bistro & Gardens - Liberty Station 10bbl brewhouse. The Notorious P.O.G. was first served at Hop-Con 4.0, as a collaboration brewed with actor/comedian Jonah Ray and our very own Kris Ketcham, Sr. Manager of Brewing & Innovation - Liberty Station. It had the longest line throughout the night, and we knew we owed it to our fans to brew this on a larger scale. For those unfamiliar with Hawaiian juice lore, P.O.G. stands for Passion, Orange, Guava.
Press Release | June 19, 2018
FACT SHEET: Wil Wheaton / Drew Curtis / Greg Koch Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout
Front and center this year is the result of Wil’s creative machinations taking the art direction duties with world-renowned fantasy artist Joe Jusko representing our gargoyle’s triumph over the evils in the world of beer. Six years into this amazing w00tstout legacy and I continue to be stunned and humbled by the response of our fans. Sure, it’s an amazingly delicious massive Russian Imperial Stout partially inspired by Kentucky Derby Pie of Drew’s home state. And speaking of Drew, we asked him to lean into two of his strengths: drinking w00tstout and chatting up a storm. So this year he’ll MC our wildly nerd-nominious celebration of beer and geekery known as HopCon/w00tstout release party held annually during San Diego’s Comic-Con. The nerd lives in all of us. Celebrate it! Now is the golden age for us lovers of awesome things. We’re here. We’re vast, and we’ve got great taste. This beer is an ode to you, Fellow Nerd.
Press Release | May 07, 2018
Stone Brewing – Napa Opens in California’s Wine Country
The beer is brewing and the doors are officially open to the new Stone Brewing – Napa, a 9,500 square-foot restaurant and 10 barrel brewery in an iconic 1877 stone building. Stone brings its flavorful craft beer to the region well-known for its amazing wine and cuisine, offering visitors locally-brewed beers, a dining experience, growler fills and Stone merchandise.
The Beer Connoisseur | July 11, 2017
Stone Ripper - Stone Brewing Co. - 92 Rating
Responses from Jeremy Moynier, Stone Brewing's Senior Innovation Program Manager.
Richmond Times-Dispatch | July 04, 2017
Is your beer fresh? Local brewers offer their advice for selecting the freshest brews
Virginia may be for craft beer lovers, but are all Virginians making sure they are drinking nothing but the freshest brews? Probably not. “The aging process of beer can degrade some of the flavor and aroma compounds over time to a point where the beer is deviated from what the brewer originally intended,” said Jeff Martin, quality assurance manager at Stone Brewing in Richmond.
GearPatrol | July 04, 2017
9 Delicious IPAs You Can Buy at Your Local Grocery Store
Founded in 1996 in Escondido, California, Stone Brewing has become one of the most respected craft brewers in the world with satellite operations in Richmond, Virginia, and Berlin, Germany. While the Enjoy By series has recently garnered the respect of beer drinkers across the country, its the 20-year-old Stone IPA, which features seven different hops, that helped put West Coast IPAs on the map.
CNBC | July 02, 2017
Craft brewers assert their independence as fireworks erupt over who’s making the beer
The Brewers Association (BA), the nonprofit trade group which represents "small and independent" craft brewers, has announced the launch of a new seal to designate beers that are produced by "independent" craft brewers. Craft brewers are an increasingly popular segment of the $107 billion U.S. beer market, comprising around 1/5 of brew sales in 2016.
San Diego Magazine | June 02, 2017
Have a Beer with the Team Stone Trio: Joel Grosser, Steve Gonzalez and Jeremy Moynier
When Stone Brewmaster Mitch Steele left the company to start a new venture last year, there was little question about how the brewery would continue its operations. Mitch was a highly respected and beloved figure at Stone—in fact, he is a rock star in the craft beer industry—and he had built a company-wide culture of cooperation and teamwork that was so successful it was sure to thrive even without him there.
Men's Journal Magazine | March 28, 2017
Stone Brewing Lays Into Media Outlets Reporting Fake News About New Beer
Stone Brewing made a bit of a splash in beer news last week. At a private event held on March 16, Stone Brewing served up Full Circle Pale Ale, an exclusive brew created to promote Pure Water San Diego, a program seeking to provide a portion of the city’s water supply with local water using technology that turns recycled water into safe and high-quality drinking water.
Mashable | March 28, 2017
One brewery's latest beer took the trip from the toilet to the tap
Southern California beer makers Stone Brewing unveiled their first beer made exclusively from wastewater this month and, based on the feedback they got, it's another winner for the well-decorated brewery. The brewery recently unveiled a batch of what they're calling Full Circle Pale Ale, beer made from recycled water from the San Diego’s Pure Water project.
NBC San Diego | March 28, 2017
Stone Brewing Takes Home 6 Awards at RateBeer Best 2017
Local craft beer power house Stone Brewing took home six awards at the RateBeer Best 2017 ceremony including “Best Place for Beer in the United States" recognizing Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens - Escondido.
Paste Magazine | January 16, 2017
Best New Beers of 2016
It’s tough to describe the feeling we get when we come across a new beer. It happens to us quite a bit; we’re fortunate enough to get to try a lot of new beers. And yet, every new beer that comes across our desks is so full of promise and hope; it’s like we’re holding 12 ounces of Christmas every single time. Of course, not every beer lives up to that sense of hope.