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Press Release | January 01, 2002
Stone Brewing to release "Stone Vertical Epic Ale" on 02.02.02
On 02/02/02, Stone Brewing Co. will release the first of eleven Stone Vertical Epic Ales, inspirationally brewed to condition and improve with age. Each of the eleven Vertical Epic ales will be released one year, one month and one day apart.
Press Release | July 17, 2001
Stone Brewing Dyes for Charity
Stone Brewing Co. promotes colorful coiffures and three charities during Stone Brewing's Going Green Week. To "Go Green," participants must dye their hair green. Sponsors pledge cash for the pleasure of seeing the participant with green hair.
Press Release | July 17, 2001
Stone Brewing To Celebrate Charities, Customers at 5th Anniversary Open House
When Co-Founders Greg Koch (CEO) and Steve Wagner (President & Brewmaster) started Stone Brewing Co. five years ago, they may have thought that the endeavor would lead to some gray hair, but neither of them anticipated green. However, when Stone fans descend upon the 5th Anniversary Open House to help Stone Brewing Co. celebrate, they will be greeted by dozens, if not hundreds, of green heads.
Press Release | April 14, 1999
The new Stone Pale Ale 6-pack!
The long anticipated moment arrived on Monday, April 19th 1999 --- the official San Diego County release date for 6-packs of Stone Pale Ale! This means that Stone Pale Ale is the only 6-pack actually brewed and bottled in San Diego County.
Press Release | June 21, 1998
San Diego's #1 selling locally brewed and bottled beer takes a Gold Medal at the World Beer Championships
While our athletes in Nagano, Japan are making Americans proud of their accomplishments at the 1998 Winter Olympics, San Diego's own Stone Brewing Co. has also been thrown into the national spotlight. Medal announcements have just come in from the 1998 World Beer Championships, and San Diego's own locally brewed Stone Pale Ale has brought home a Gold!
Outside Online | January 08, 2015
Should You Cellar That Beer? Brewers test our self-restraint with aged ales
Like wine and whiskey (and your ability to make good decisions after drinking both), some beers get better with age. Last month, San Diego-based Stone Brewing Company added a wait-for-it beer to its lineup. The offering, called Enjoy After 12.26.15 Brett IPA, should be cellared for at least a year.
Delish | January 07, 2015
Suds and Sustenance: 9 Breweries with Truly Excellent Food
Known for their "big character beers," Stone Brewing's World Bistro takes a similarly expansive approach featuring innovative plates with a nod to global flavors. Try chicken schnitzel, lamb rigatoni, or Caribbean-inflected duck tacos.
Richmond BizSense | January 04, 2015
Q&A: Stone Brewing's Greg Koch
BizSense caught up with Koch, 50, just before the end of the year to talk about Richmond's response to the brewery, what is was like to have cities bending over backwards to lure his company, his thoughts on craft beer, and the origin of the brewery's gargoyles.
Paste Magazine | January 03, 2015
Stone Delicious IPA (Gluten-Reduced) Review
A review of Stone Delicious IPA.
MarketWatch | January 02, 2015
Drink this beer -- But not for a year
Feature story on Stone Enjoy After 12.26.15 Brett IPA.