Press Release | March 07, 2003
The Arrogance Hits NYC: Locals Say
What happens at exactly 12 minutes after 12 Noon on the 12th of March? At that very moment a historic confluence of... Stone tap handles --- 12 to be exact --- will be aligned and pouring a legendary lineup in perfect unison in the very heart of lower Manhattan's West Village. The renowned Blind Tiger Ale House welcomes Stone Brewing to the Empire state with this Epic event to kickoff the current and future presence of Stone in New York.
Press Release | March 03, 2003
Stone 03.03.03 Vertical Epic Ale Release is Imminent
Stone Brewing Reveals Hints About The Special Brew
Press Release | February 14, 2003
Stone Levitation Ale --- A Beer Destined For Love
From the very beginning with the first batch, the brewers at Stone really liked Stone Levitation Ale. However at Stone, "like" isn't enough. After all, they're accustomed to brewing beers that evoke emotions that start off at "love," and move up from there.
Press Release | January 23, 2003
Stone Brewing to release 2003 Old Guardian Barley Wine
As I sit down here to write this press release, my mind wanders (hell, my mind always wonders... I mean wanders... sheesh, it's both I suppose). I am inspired to reflect upon the changing seasons, the ticking of the clock, the passing of the pages of the calendar as the days turn to weeks, the weeks to months, the months to years and the years to foggy Old Guardian memories.
Press Release | October 29, 2002
Arrogant Bastard Ale Responds to Allegations
Stone Brewing Co. responds to allegations of their Arrogant Bastard Ale having "too much flavor" by choosing to add insult to injury with the release of SIX different 3Litre bottles to mark the "5th Anniversary of the Arrogance" (aka "5th Birthday of the Bastard”).
Press Release | October 08, 2002
Stone Brewing Co. Brews Their Way Onto This Year's Inc. 500 Ranking of America's Fastest Growing Companies
The Stone Brewing Co. has been named one of America's entrepreneurial growth leaders by Inc magazine, which today released its 2002 Inc 500 ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The ranking will appear in the magazine's special Inc 500 issue, which hits newsstands October 15.
Press Release | August 01, 2002
Stone Brewing 6th Anniversary Open House & Invitational Beer Festival To Raise Cheer & Charitable Contributions
What do twenty of the west's best craft breweries, dozens and dozens of people with brightly dyed red hair and the Surfrider Foundation have in common? All will converge on August 10th, 2002 at the Stone 6th Anniversary Open House & Invitational Beer Festival.
Press Release | July 20, 2002
Stone Brewing says "Dye Your Head Red" for Charity
For the second year in a row, Stone Brewing Co. promotes colorful coiffures and charitable fundraising during Stone Brewing's “Put Red On Your Head Week.” How does it work? “Put Red on Your Head Week” participants collect donations to dye their hair red for a week.
Paste Magazine | January 12, 2015
Green Tea Beer? Why the Hell Not
A review of the popular re-brew from 2011, Baird/Ishii/Stone Japanese Green Tea IPA.
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.