Craft Beer and Brewing

Sexual Harassment Allegations in Craft Beer and Brewing

If you're a fan of craft beer you are aware of the history and traditions of Sacred Vice, Joseph Fay, Dogfish Head, and Separatist. There are also allegations of sexual harassment. The #MeToo movement has led the removal of abusers from the spotlight and has prompted a larger discussion about brewing and craft beer. This article will examine some of the most notable allegations and how they've affected the brewing sector.

The Holy Vice

Sacred Vice craft beer and beer brewing is a relatively fresh addition to the Philadelphia region. The brewery is situated in an old industrial building with a cozy tasting room. The brewery's owners are cousins who have been making their own beer for the past three years. The brewery will be open in Philadelphia full-time sometime during the spring/summer. The taproom will be stocked with draft and house-brewed beer as well as house-brewed. The cost of equipping and renovating the space is estimated at half a million.

Sacred Vice craft beer is a Philadelphia neighborhood gem. The beer is renowned for its sour ales, also known as farmhouse ales. If you're in search of a beer to drink in the Garden, you can check out Sacred Vice. The taproom offers a variety of rotating craft beers. There are also a number of locations where you can purchase their beer. You can buy it on-site, or can take it home to drink later.

Joseph Fay

Joe Dawson is a veteran of San Diego's craft beer scene and has won numerous gold medals at international competitions. After having graduated from Humboldt State in 1998, Joe began making beers at a small bar known as the Hops Bistro and Brewery in Arcata, California. Joe received five gold medals at the Alaska State Fair while during his time in Alaska. When Joe returned to San Diego in 2001, Joe McLaughlin helped to revive the SD Brewers Guild, mentored apprentices, and created an environment of craft beer among local craft brewery. In the meantime the brewer continued to make beer that won medals and introduced the best practices to breweries that were just starting out around the country.

Before the launch of his second bar/bottle store and separate blendery in 2017, Fay traveled across the country to learn from some of the best brewers in the country and Europe. Today, he concentrates on lagers and spontaneously fermented styles like lambics produced using the cooling method. In recent years Joseph Fay's craft beers and brewing business has branched out into South Philly and a new location in Easton.


Based in Easton, PA, Separatist craft beer and brewing is known for its eclectic and unique beers. With a social purpose The company strives to educate and empower its team of brewers and servers. Two locations are available two locations: one in Easton, PA and the other in Passyunk Square in Philadelphia. The brewery offers a range of styles such as Pale Ales, Cream Ales, Pilsners, Lagers, Stouts, and Wild Ales. Separatist is a craft brewery that produces a variety of beers, including barrel-aged ales as well as other specialties.

Separatist's beer menu Separatist offers 16 taps including 12 of its own beer brews. Separatist also offers two draft cocktails as along with two wines. Separatist also has a large assortment of bottles, including many that have been conditioned and refermented inside champagne bottles. The brewery was earlier known as Sole Artisan Ales before it was rebranded last. The brewery is open from Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. until midnight. On Saturdays and Sundays, the taproom is open from noon until 8 p.m.

The company is known for its artisanal brews , and is expanding. It began as a bottler and wholesaler but has since expanded into two separate locations, one on East Passyunk Avenue, and one in South Philadelphia. The South Philly location will be open from 4:45 p.m. and will feature fifteen seats in the bar, as well as seating up to 70 guests. The bar is part of the Separatist South Philly tasting area, which is a high-rise with windows overlooking Morris Street.

Dogfish Head

Dogfish Head, a craft beer and brewing business has its name in part to Southport, Maine, where the Calagione families spend their summers. While running a jog, Sam Calagione thought up a name for the brewery. He decided on the term Dogfish Head which was more palatable than Lobster Pound, which is a brewery that makes beer using live lobsters in its brewing process. The brewery was established in 1995 and has since expanded its product offerings to include non-alcoholic wheat beers and ready-to-drink cocktails. The company has expanded its product line and is looking at other revenue streams.

Dogfish Head was originally a small brewery. It was established in 1995. The brewery also opened its second production facility in Milton, Del. In 1997. Since then, the business has grown from a single brewpub to a multi-location beer brewery producing nearly 300,000 barrels of beer per year and shipping to 37 states. Dogfish Head also owns two restaurants in Delaware: Brews & Eats and Chesapeake & Maine.

Dogfish Head is famous for its experimental brewing. The 90 Minute IPA, for example is the nation's first Imperial IPA. It was named the Best IPA in America by Esquire Magazine and the most important American craft beer by Food & Wine. The 60 Minute IPA is a sessionable east coast IPA that is brewed with 60 hop additions that take just 60 minutes. Hazy-O! is another popular beer from the brewery. It is an oat-centric hazy IPA.


The Schuylkill River has been the central point of activity in the Philadelphia suburbs for centuries. Today you can reap the benefits of modern-day transportation with the nearby Schuylkill River bike trail. With a growing craft-beer scene, Conshohocken has a great opportunity to take advantage of its rich tradition. In the early 1800s, boats were used to travel the river to transport iron, steel and coal supplies. By the mid-1800s, railroads were replacing water transport. Conshohocken was capable of capitalizing on this growth and became a regional industrial center.

The brewery is committed to its industrial heritage, and is proud to reflect this through their logo which is a velocipede bicycle. Tripel Deke is their seasonal beer. It's a tripel ale with a Belgian style that has an alcohol content of 8.5 percent. It's not too strong and goes well with virtually every meal. It's worth a taste and it's worth a trip down memory lane.

Conshohocken Brewing Company is a great place to grab a pint or two. The brewery will give raffle prizes and two kegs of beer for a charity event hosted by Team Foster, which is a partnership between veterans and service dogs. To help the cause, the brewery has joined forces with Alpha Bravo Canine. Conshohocken Brewing Company has a strong love for dogs and is happy to welcome them into their tasting room. You can also enjoy water at the brewery alongside your flights.

Urban Village

Urban Village Brewing Company was named the top brewpub in the country. The award is given out to the breweries that have the highest percentage of votes from the readers and panel judges. Rye Bread India Pale Ale by the brewery is a rare example of this style. It has a funny portrait of a sage-clad gentleman with a beard that is long, a brown loaf of bread and a humorous label. The label also has an inverted hop cone as well as puffy fair weather clouds.

With a huge central bar, fermenting tanks and an energetic open kitchen the brewpub is an ideal place to visit for any craft beer enthusiast. The menu of food at the brewpub offers traditional pub fare, such as wings, sandwiches pizza, and wings, and includes a rotating 12 tap selection of craft beers. It's possible to sample anything from easy-to-drink kolsches, bite-sized sours, IPAs, and seasonal offerings.

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