KBS has returned and, for the first time ever, it has its very own Untappd badge!
We’ve got some exciting news to share with you: we’re bringing back an old favorite that you’ve been asking about for a long time now! We’re happy to announce the sixth release of our Taproom Mothership Series:
We recently had the opportunity to host our friends from Haas, a hop grower/researcher/breeder (and everything in between), based in Yakima, WA. R&D Brewer, Virgil, joined by sales rep, Micah, came by the brewery to brew with an exciting new Haas hop product called… wait for it… Incognito.
No, we didn’t just blow up a watermelon via rubber bands for no reason: we’re happy to share our newest member of the seasonal lineup (although not an unfamiliar face), Green Zebra!
While companies are usually discouraged from commenting on pending litigation — and we have been advised to keep silent — a recent legal case filed against Founders has been so grossly misconstrued that we feel compelled to speak out. Since our beginning nearly 22 years ago, Founders has been and will always be committed to promoting an inclusive and welcoming space for our customers and employees. Claims that we failed to address instances of racial bias in the workplace are completely false.
We’re one step closer to offering our beer in all 50 states. We’re happy to announce our distribution to Wyoming!
Our Education Department is full of beer knowledge. Included in that beer knowledge is how to pour draft beer away from the taproom – a critical element in any salesperson’s repertoire.
Well, this is what love looks like. When our SE Michigan Sales Rep, Kevin, shared a photo of his homemade Backwoods Bastard roasted almonds recipe, we immediately asked if we could share it with our fans. Lucky for us (and you), he agreed. Check it out:
We’re celebrating #FlagshipFebruary all month long by looking at some of the beers that have made a significant impact on our brewery over the years. Next up, our Brewmaster, Jeremy, pontificates on Centennial IPA and its proven longevity, even in today’s landscape of never-ending IPAs.
The history of Blushing Monk takes us back to 2005 when it was known as, get this, ‘Imperial Raz Master.’ Where did we pull the name ‘Blushing Monk from? Well, ‘Monk’ is a reference to its Belgian-style and ‘Blushing’ refers to its pinkish-red color of the liquid. Our previous Head Brewer, Nate Walser, and current Brewmaster, Jeremy Kosmicki, were inspired by New Glarus’ Raspberry Tart when developing the recipe. That, and Rubaeus, our light-bodied raspberry ale that we all know and love today.
We’re celebrating #FlagshipFebruary all month long by looking at some of the beers that have made a significant mark on our brewery over the years. Next up, our Brewmaster, Jeremy, talks about Solid Gold and where we see this beer going.
We recently collaborated with Packaging Machine Operator and incredible photographer, James Lacroix, for a series of photos celebrating Solid Gold.
A new campaign called #FlagshipFebruary launched recently as a way to celebrate the beers that drove the success of beloved breweries near and far. The beers that made many people fall in love with craft years ago (before it was cool). We’re kicking off the month with a look at the closest beer we have to a flagship, All Day IPA! Take it from our Brewmaster, Jeremy:
That’s right, Blushing Monk has returned to the lineup after four long years! We’re celebrating with the ‘Blushing Monk is Back’ Untappd badge.
Join us at Celebration! Cinemas this winter/early spring for the Founders Film Series, where we enjoy our favorite movies alongside our favorite beers. We’ll have some great pairings for you sure to please the beer aficionados and cinephiles alike! Check them out below: All those 21+ are welcome to join us February 20-April 10 at 8pm:
We’re pleased to announce the release of 2019 KBS, one of our favorite and most-anticipated releases of the year. While our distribution has grown leaps and bounds over the years and our Barrel-Aged Series is available in more markets than ever, we want to ensure our local community has the opportunity to get KBS before anyone else.
We love our state. Like really, really love it. It’s shaped like a mitten. That’s cool thing #1. It’s home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, complete with sand dunes and freshwater lakes, perfect for swimming. That’s cool thing #2. It has a ton of breweries that produce some of the best beer in the entire country. Cool thing #3. But there’s more:
A lot of you have wondered what the hell we’ve been doing over here the past week. Many of you entertained your curiosity and headed to chaseyourwhatif.com.
Well, well, well – what do we have here? A beer that you’ve all been asking to be bottled for a long, long time – that’s what. We’re happy to announce the fifth release of our taproom Mothership Series:
Eight words: Fudgy Porter Chocolate Cookies with Porter Cream Cheese Frosting. Ok, maybe more like nine. We lost count after “Fudgy Porter.” These cookies, created by our local culinary genius Justin Golinkski, are perfect to leave out for “Santa”- ideally with a cold one in reach. Enjoy!