Running Walker’s very own Joe Braman made headlines recently for something not pertaining to beer. Braman and his free-running hounds are sprinting across Kruger National Park chasing armed rhino poachers. Since May 2018, Braman and his hounds have helped law enforcement teams catch 145 illegal poachers and confiscate 53 guns. This has not only brought a new strategy to stop poaching in Africa, but it has successfully boosted the overall success rate of arrests. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2019/09/texan-hounds-fight-rhino-poaching/
Forget Mint Juleps – expect to see more of Blue Moon on Derby Day. MillerCoors and Churchill Downs have agreed on a multi-year contract that grants year-round sponsorship and makes Blue Moon the official beer of the Kentucky Derby. Find out why you’ll be seeing more orange at the Kentucky Derby starting in 2019.
Today’s IPAs are not quite what they used to be – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. An ever-changing market of craft beer gives room to play around with IPAs, and breweries are doing just that. What is in the future for IPAs? Read on to see.
Anheuser-Busch sparked quite a bit of controversy when it aired commercials at Super Bowl LIII calling out Miller Lite and Coors Light for using corn syrup in their beer. However, they got it all wrong: Miller Lite and Coors Light do use corn-derived sugars, called dextrose, in the fermentation process but all is not what it seems. Listen to America’s farmers: there is plenty to love about corn, especially when it comes to beer.