About

Living in Eastern Iowa can prove challenging to beer aficionados. My website is setup to tell you my thoughts on a particular beer, pub, store, etc. and where you can find certain beers!

20 thoughts on “About

  1. Kaitlin Kennedy says:

    Hello!

    My name is Kaitlin Kennedy with Cantaloupe.tv.

    I am reaching out to “brew minded” folks like yourself to find landing destinations for a monthly craft beer / brewery video series we are producing. The idea is to deliver through your website a new and very relevant to your audience video story every month at no cost to you.

    SAMPLE STORY:

    Sun King Brewery’s new brew Grapefruit Jungle
    http://bit.ly/craftbeervideos

    These are not commercials but rather “feels good to watch” stories surrounding topics your fans care about giving you a reason to circle fans back to your site over and over…

    I would be delighted to chat if this sparks your interest!

    Thanks,

    Kaitlin


    Kaitlin Kennedy| Project Management Associate
    kkennedy@cantaloupe.tv

    CANTALOUPE Watchable. Believable. Authenticable.
    cantaloupe.tv | 317.594.9999

  2. Rob says:

    Hi,

    I’d like to get in contact with you to discuss a partnership. We manage the local environments for a number of Food and Beer websites and I’d like to discuss connecting your blog with my network. You can reach me at rranalli@nsphereinc.com

    I appreciate being send to the appropriate party.

    Thank you,

    Rob R

  3. Kenneth Martin says:

    Hi,

    I wanted to send information about a big event happening in the region that might be of interest to your readers for a weekend getaway. The Fifth Annual Kansas City Beer Festival in Kansas City, Mo., is taking place Saturday, Sept. 28 at KC Live! in the Power & Lights District located in Downtown Kansas City.

    Featuring more than 60 craft beers from local, regional and other breweries around the world, the KC Beer Fest will be worth the drive and a great excuse for a weekend trip for your readers. Additionally, a portion of funds will benefit two charitable organizations, Kansas City Care Clinic and AIDS Service Foundation of Greater Kansas City.

    Tickets went on sale this week, and I wanted to share the official news release for more information in case you’d like to include on upcoming regional events calendars or include a blurb in your publication.

    You can view the news release at http://powerandlightdistrict.com/index.cfm?page=news, which includes all details, but please let me know if you have questions.

    Thank you for your consideration,

    Kenneth Martin

  4. Betsy says:

    Hello! This is Betsy with The Cellar Peanut Pub in Oskaloosa. I wanted to let you know that Exile Brewing Company will be at The Cellar Peanut Pub for a tap takeover this Friday, November 15. On tap:

    Ruthie
    Gigi
    Hannah
    Oktoberfest (seasonal)
    Rauchbier (seasonal)
    Isabelle (seasonal)

    Would love any help you can send in getting the word out for IOWA Beer!

  5. tom says:

    ZIPLINE BREWING CO/JOHNSON BROTHERS OF IOWA
    ANNOUNCE NEW DISTRIBUTION PARTNERSHIP
    Lincoln, NE — Thursday, February 20, 2014 — Zipline Brewing Company is pleased to announce the launch of Iowa distribution in partnership with Johnson Brothers of Iowa, Inc. Distribution commences in March throughout Johnson Brothers’ Iowa territory, including Des Moines, Iowa City and Council Bluffs. The partnership follows the dynamic growth of Zipline from a small startup in 2012 to its present capacity of over 3,000 barrels annually, pacing since July 2013 as Nebraska’s third largest production brewery. This marks the first time Zipline products will be sold outside of Nebraska.
    “We are excited to bring what we consider an outstanding ‘local’ brewery across the River into Iowa,” says Lyle Stutzman, President Johnson Brothers of Iowa. The events kickoff with tap takeovers in two of the country’s premier beer bars: Reds Alehouse in North Liberty on March 5, and El Bait Shop in Des Moines on March 6.
    Head Brewer and Chief of Operations Marcus Powers, who will attend both events and others as part of the launch, relishes the opportunity: “We already feel a solid connection to Iowa beer consumers given our close proximity and their appreciation for local craft. And, we couldn’t find better partners in Johnson Brothers. We’re committed to making some of the best beer in America and can’t wait to share it with our neighbors.”
    Questions? Contact Marcus Powers at Zipline Brewing Company: 402 450 9804

  6. corrieoberdin says:

    Hello,

    I’m Corrie with the Omaha Convention & Visitors Bureau and I have two tickets for the Omaha Beer Fest I’d like to offer you. If you would be interested, please email me at corrie@corrieoberdin.net.

    Thanks so much.

    • iabeerbaron says:

      Hi Corrie, thanks so much for the offer and thinking of me for your Beer Fest. Unfortunately, I will be in Los Angeles at a beachside beer fest during that time. Hopefully next year I will finally make it to Omaha. Thanks again!

      Justin

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