GG has announced the hiring of JT Ethier, of Worcester County, as Business Manager. The move comes as the company finalizes its recent 10,000 sq ft Pub Brewery expansion in Worcester MA. Ethier comes to Greater Good from Trillium Brewing Company where he held taproom and retail management roles in their Canton and Boston sites. “We believe that JT will play a key role in this next level of growth for GG”- Paul Wengender, Founder; “This is a big win for us as we build an A-level brewery team around our lineup of craft brews” – Shaun Radzuik, Head Brewer
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Food and Beer Suggested Pairings:
Food Prep and House Cleaning: We highly recommend rewarding yourself with our 12% IPA
Appetizers: Citra Saison a refreshing and delicious beer. Pairs well with anything.
Dinner: While Citra or IPA would be a delicious choice we recommend our Cherry Altbier for the main event.
Dessert: Sip our London Milk Porter (Goodnight Moon) during dessert. This smooth and delicious porter is the perfect end to any holiday.
Entertainment: Offer your family a full flight of Greater Good Imperials! Have fun talking about your favorites and enjoying the variety of well crafted beer!
Looking for the perfect hostess gift? Nothing says gratitude like a 4 pack of the beer everyone is talking about.
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Cheers from all of us at Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company!
A pint of beer a day could help reduce the risk of having a stroke or developing cardiovascular disease, new research has found.
A study of 80,000 adults found the natural decline in high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or “good” cholesterol, in the body was slowed by a moderate intake of alcohol.
The results showed that one or two daily servings of alcohol for a man, or up to one for a woman, was associated with a slower HDL decline than either not drinking at all, or drinking too heavily.
While the trend applied to both beer and spirits, the effect was most visible for drinkers of beer, the Pennsylvania State University study found.
The research, which was conducted among Chinese adults, did not yield enough data on the effect of HDL decline from wine consumption to be able to draw conclusions.
Current UK Government advice recommends that both men and women should not drink more than 14 units of alcohol each week, the equivalent of six pints of average strength beer.
The previous guidelines, ditched in January this year, advised a limit of 21 units for men and 14 for women.
Presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association, the new research showed that moderate drinking arrested the decline in HDL as people get older more than twice as much than heavy drinking, which is defined as more than one daily serving of alcohol women and more than two for men.
The scientists said more studies were needed to determine whether the alcohol-HDL association applied to non-Chinese populations.
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Coming to a store near you in Western and Central Massachusetts, “V” our newest brew is a 5-Hopped Imperial IPA with 8% alcohol by volume. Stayed tuned for more such as where to buy and tasting we will be hosting!