New Glory x Beer Zombies – Collab

Product Details

INFORMATION ON BEER:

DO YOU EVEN ZOMBIE BROH DIPA
American Double IPA brewed in collaboration with our friends at Beer Zombies. It’s brewed with 100% Mosaic Hops and triple dry hopped to a gruesome degree; and fermented with our neutral ale yeast. Packaged in its purest form, unfined and unfiltered. Comes in at 8.0% ABV. $17 a 4-pack.
This is for PICKUP only, no shipping.


ABOUT THIS EVENT

Starting on Thursday, June 13th, you can reserve cans from our 6th Anniversary can release. If you’d like to purchase cans online, you will have from Saturday, June 29th until Saturday, July 6th to pick up you cans from our Alpine Location ONLY.

PUBLIC SALE IN TAPROOMS:

We are only allocating a small portion of our cans to the online pre-sale on Thursday (6/13) and the rest will be sold to the public in our taprooms. The remainder of the beers will go on sale to the public at both taprooms on 6/29 at 5pm.

PICKUP DETAILS FOR ONLINE CAN SALE:

If you purchased cans online, you will have from Saturday, June 19th until Saturday, July 6th to pick up you cans from our Alpine Location ONLY. These cans will go on sale at both of our taprooms on Saturday, 6/29 at 5pm in the parking lot.

If reserved cans are not picked up by Closing on Saturday, July 6th, they will be sold to the public and we will not issue a refund for your purchase.

All Customers that pre-purchased cans will be required to show a valid ID matching the name on the receipt, at time of pickup. The name on your ‘receipt’ MUST match the name on your ID.

Each ticket holder must pickup their 4-packs at our Alpine location (8251 Alpine Avenue, Sacramento CA 95826). We will not ship anyone’s beer to them.

PROXIES/ TICKET TRANSFER:

We will NOT be allowing Proxies on this round of online can sales. The name on the receipt MUST match the name on your valid government issued ID.

*ALL TICKET HOLDERS MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO PURCHASE

*ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND WE WILL NOT ISSUE REFUNDS OR EXCHANGESBZNG

Stone Dominat10n at Aces N Ales 5/18

Stone Brewing ‘Decade Of Dominance’ ALL 50 Taps~!!

Sat May 18th, 3pm @ Tenaya Location

Special “Stoned Brunch” Pre-Party 10-2pm

All-You-Can-Drink Stone Beers & Specialty Brunch Food Menu

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3 – Dominations Raffle Prizes To Win:

GRAND PRIZE

Enter Night Pilsner Custom ESP Guitar Autographed By ALL Members Of METALLICA!!! – Priceless

SECOND PRIZE

Stone Brewing / Aces & Ales Custom Wrapped Kegerator Equipped W/Stone Kegs!

THIRD PRIZE

Stone Brewing / Aces & Ales Custom Wrapped Yeti Cooler W/Stone Beer For A Year.

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Hang Out & Have A Beer With The Guys From Stone!

Greg Koch – Executive Chairman & Co-Founder

Steve Wagner – President & Co-Founder

Jeremy Moynier – Senior Innovation Brewing Manager

Steve Gonzalez – Senior Manager of Brewing and Innovation

Kris Ketcham – Stone Liberty Station Brewing Manager

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The Contest / 7 PM

Drawings For ALL Domination Prizes Takes Place & Hand-Picked By Stone Executive Chairman & Co-Founder, Greg Koch. Must Be Present To Win.

HOW TO ENTER

Guests Can Earn Tickets Starting April 1st – May 18th. Earn Tickets The Following Ways:

Stone Draft Beer

1 Ticket

Stone Bottle

3 Tickets

Stone Growler

5 Tickets

Stone Magnum and Swag Giveaways Every Hour / 3-7 PM

Aces Hourly Giveaways Of Stone 10.10.10 Vertical Epic Ale Bottles / 3:30-6:30 PM

50% Off Stone ALL Bottles // April 1st – May 18

Beer Zombies Festival 2019

Here is the whole set of pictures from BZ fest 2019. These were taken by our good friend and photographer Daniel Castro. Castro is riding 545 miles on his bicycle this coming June for charity. If you can donate towards his goal that would be huge! every little bit helps  ALC2019: Daniel Castro’s Charity Fundraiser

Now on to the pics!

Beer Zombies Fest Beer List

Sour Saturday – 2018

Sour Saturday a yearly sour beer festival held downtown Las Vegas at The Atomic. Once again a huge success, this year marked the 6th annual gathering of awesome people coming together to experience some of the finest produced beers in the world.

The addition of an ipa, stout and lager station added a new layer to the festival. Giving a well earned palate cleanse while still remaining a predominately wild/sour beer event. This gave us to the chance to pour “Nunca Muerto” Mexican Chocolate Pastry Stout, our collaboration with 8 Bit Brewing and Alvarado Street. Absolutely loved getting to hear immediate feedback on a beer that I’m very proud to be a part of.

Once again another amazing Las Vegas festival bringing together valley beer lovers for a great day of food, beer and friends!

Beer Zombies Mural – Beer Farm 8/25/18

New Beer Zombies mural, went out to Riverside CA to visit the good friends at Beer Farm. Beer Farm is located in the soon to be open Riverside Food Lab, a communal food hall featuring 14 artisanal eateries and bars –  a culinary showcase that connects Riverside’s agricultural roots with the latest trends in foodie culture. Established restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs will share a state-of-the-art communal space that celebrates the impressive range of Riverside’s diverse cuisines.

Be sure to stop in for a beer and let them know how you like the art!

https://www.riversidefoodlab.com/beerfarm

 

 

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Interview by Steph Grimes 1/25/17

Chris Jacobs isn’t your stereotypical small-town kid in a big city, but he doesn’t hesitate to credit his upbringing in secluded Northern California for his approach to art, beer and life.

Now the founder of Beer Zombies, a blog for craft beer lovers, Jacobs never imagined how his first passions — music and street art — could have led him to a love of beer and an enthusiasm for intertwining all three.

The relationship isn’t obvious until you hear Jacobs speak of it, starting with the punk scene in the ‘80s and ‘90s.

“It was very do-it-yourself. If it was what you wanted to do, you figured out a way to do it,” he told me on a sunny afternoon at Atomic Liquors. “It’s the same with street art, and when it comes to beer, I feel like it’s the same way. You do it because you’re super passionate about it.”

Jacobs’ passion for music started in the late ‘80s, when he was drawn to punk rock because of its participants’ guerrilla approach to success.

“It was such an awesome community of people just making things happen for themselves,” he said.

It was a throwback to when he first got involved in street art, around age 12. Always an artistic child, he was drawn to the idea of having his art in public where people could see it without it being forced down their throats.

“You get older, but you never really lose that kind of rebel thought train,” he said. “It just shows itself in different parts of your life.”

Jacobs moved from Redding, Calif., to Las Vegas in ‘95 and started getting heavily involved in street art here in the early 2000s, focusing on sticker art. One of his most successful projects was one any downtown Las Vegan would recognize: the sticker wall outside of Commonwealth at 6th and Fremont streets.

At the time, he had an art blog called “We are Zombies,” and he issued a call for stickers from around the world. He ended up with “like 25,000,” he said. It was enough that he’s redone the wall at least twice since Commonwealth opened in 2012, all with the leftover stickers from his initial push. It was a tribute to the unifying power of art, whatever form it takes.

“I thought it would be really cool to have this wall where people from all around the world had their stickers,” Jacobs said. “I didn’t want it to be just about me.”

That’s Jacobs’ approach to Beer Zombies, too. It’s not about him — it’s about the beer. That’s why you’ll rarely see him in any of the photos he posts, just like you won’t find his signature on any of his artwork. He likes the anonymity of creating something he’s passionate about and releasing it to the world without a face behind it.

You might say Jacobs was destined to be a beer lover, if you believe in such a thing. Growing up less than an hour from Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., based in Chico, Calif., gave him exposure to craft beer long before the scene exploded into the public eye.

His dad worked in construction, and took him along for the ride sometimes. Beer was a normal breakfast food at construction sites, and he remembers how cool he thought the men there were.

“Dad had his daytime beer, PBR, and his nighttime beer, Sierra Nevada,” he said. “I always thought that’s what you’re supposed to do: Grow up and drink cool beer.”

So that’s what he did. Next month will make 19 years behind the bar for Jacobs, currently a bartender at Blue Ribbon Sushi at the Cosmopolitan. Beer Zombies was a natural outgrowth of his bartending: As he talked to people about beer, he started getting requests for photos and reviews, so he decided to go for it.

“I started on a Monday and by the end of the week I had around 1,000 followers, he said. “If I hadn’t seen a reaction, though, I probably would’ve just done it for myself and not worried about trying to grow it”

Grow, it did, expanding rapidly from a few beer photos and reviews to include collaborations, art and merchandise, as well. And next month, to celebrate Beer Zombies third anniversary, he’s coordinated with Atomic Liquors to put on a craft beer festival focusing on out-of-market breweries.

“I never started out saying, ‘Hey, let’s do a beer festival,” he said. “It was during (Atomic’s) Sour Saturday and I wanted to have a party, but that little idea evolved into hopefully 500 people here enjoying beers.

“That little idea” sprang from a thousand other little ideas throughout Jacobs’ life that have turned into something bigger, from punk rock to street art to craft beer. He’s never sure where his ideas are going to lead him, but says making sure he’s passionate about everything he works on is where his success comes from.

“Being part of something I love is what really makes me happy,” he said. “You don’t get to buy into this. Either you’re a part of it because you want to be, or you’re not.”