This ‘Friends’-themed beer will be there for you at this San Antonio brewery
Islla Street Brewing is launching its "Friends" Toast brew next week. SAN ANTONIO – If you’re an avid “Friends” fan, you’ll want to pivot over to this San Antonio brewery. Islla Street Brewing is back at it again after its uber popular “Big Red” beer launch. Now, the brewery is releasing its “Friends Toast” brew on Monday, March 29. AdMore on KSAT:Big Red-flavored beer is coming soon to San Antonio, thanks to one local brewerySan Antonio’s Weathered Souls brewery named best in US for more than just craft beer
San Antonio brewery faces social media backlash for not disclosing proceeds for ‘Black is Beautiful’ campaign
SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio brewery received backlash on social media after the owner of Back Unturned Brewing Co. was accused of not disclosing where proceeds from a social justice initiative were sent. Last Summer, Marcus Baskerville, the co-founder and head brewer of another San Antonio-based beer maker, Weathered Souls Brewing Company, started the Black is Beautiful Campaign. Baskerville and Weathered Souls asked participating breweries to donate 100% of the proceeds to local organizations that support police brutality reform and equality and inclusion. The donation pledge for Black is Beautiful is posted online, but it does not require a legal contract to participate. On Thursday, Baskerville posted a text message exchange on his personal Facebook between he and Ricardo Garcia, the owner of Back Unturned.
San Antonio breweries giving back to community amid water-boil advisories
SAN ANTONIO – If this wild week hasn’t already driven you to your local brewery, maybe now is a convenient time to go. Some San Antonio breweries have temporarily stopped making beer to provide residents some quality filtered water, given the shortage caused by the wintry weather this past week. The San Antonio Water System first issued the boil water notice for the city on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Blue Star Brewery decided amid water shortages the right thing to do was to give back to the community. RELATED: Several San Antonio breweries offering free, clean water
9/11 event at Alamo Beer Company honors heroes
SAN ANTONIO – Grab a burger, grab a beer and never forget at this 9/11 event Alamo Beer Company today. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, September 11, Alamo Beer Company is honoring our nation’s fallen heroes with a socially-distanced gathering offering great beers, delicious food and fantastic people. Purchase a commemorative San Antonio 110 9/11 Memorial Climb glass with beer for $10 and the proceeds will help benefit the San Antonio 9/11 Climb for years to come. You will also receive $2 off each refill with the purchase of the glass. When you’re there, David says you HAVE to get a burger.
You can pick up some Big Red-flavored beer as early as next week
The Big Red-flavored beer that’s been selling out in San Antonio is going to be available to customers as early as next week for another pre-sale, according to Islla St. Brewing. The brewery posted on Facebook earlier this week, announcing the beer will be available for pre-sale before becoming readily available to customers. Details for when next week the Rojo beer will be available for pre-sale has not yet been released as of yet. Customers that order the Rojo beer, or any other flavor, can pick up their orders via contactless pickups from the brewery. Read also:Big Red-flavored beer from San Antonio brewery sells out in 3 minutesBig Red-flavored beer is coming soon to San Antonio, thanks to one local brewery
Tacos, tequila & free Twang products
Friday, July 24:- Crispy Pork Belly Tacos (4) by Chef Jacob Gonzales. $16- Frozen El Tequileo Mangonada. $7- Beer specials with free Twang productsSaturday, July 25:- Cheese Enchiladas Family Kit to bake at home by Chef Jacob Gonzales. $20(kits include rice and beans)- Frozen El Tequileo Paloma. $7- Beer specials with free Twang productsThis is all on a first come, first serve basis, and this is only to go offerings, no dine-in service.
Big Red-flavored beer from San Antonio brewery sells out in 3 minutes
SAN ANTONIO – That Big Red-flavored beer you’ve heard so much about is officially sold out - for now. If you weren’t online ordering Big Rojo right at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday you’re out of luck because Islla St. Brewing sold out of their Big Rojo craft beer in three minutes. The good news is you won’t have to wait long for another shot at getting some of the good stuff. And the week after that... and after that,” according to a Facebook post from Islla St. Brewing. The brewery is located at 11911 Crosswinds Way in San Antonio.
Review: Big Red Beer with Elder Eats
Review: Big Red Beer with Elder EatsPublished: June 30, 2020, 9:23 pm🍺 Cheers to Big Red Beer! 🍺 David Elder talks with Islla St. Brewing to learn more about the popular Big Rojo beer for an episode of Elder Eats >> https://bit.ly/2WDC7l8 >> Follow them on social media to find out how you can order your cans for July 22! https://www.facebook.com/Isllastreetbrewing
2 new local businesses in one space | SA Live | KSAT 12
2 new local businesses in one space | SA Live | KSAT 12Published: June 20, 2020, 9:57 amHot new place opens up by the University of Texas San Antonio. The Study Space is a fun new place to hang. They have a full coffee bar, restaurant and full bar. Don't forget about Dario's Bakery that just opened up inside. Chef Dario serves up a delicious key lime pie for summer.
Did you postpone a wedding due to coronavirus? Busch wants to give you free beer for a year
Busch Beer wants to try and make it up to these couples by offering them a chance to win free beer for a year. You must also follow Busch Beer on the social media platform where you made your entry. Your wedding plans may be on ice for the time being, but we wanna give you a wedding gift of ice-cold Busch. pic.twitter.com/qkgVXvCsZa — Busch Beer (@BuschBeer) April 15, 2020And if you weren’t due to get married, you too can win by tagging a friend, using #MyFriendsWedding and #Sweepstakes for a chance to win Busch beer swag. Your wedding plans may be on ice for the time being, but we wanna give you a wedding gift of ice-cold Busch.
Google finds evidence of attempted mass iPhone hack
Leon Neal/2016 Getty Images(CNN) - Google has uncovered evidence of a sustained effort to hack large numbers of iPhones over a period of at least two years, its researchers said. The Google researchers discovered "a total of fourteen vulnerabilities," half of them linked to the iPhone's web browser. Beer described the attempted hack as a campaign to exploit "iPhones en masse." The vulnerabilities covered almost every version of the iPhone operating system "from iOS 10 through to the latest version of iOS 12," Beer added. "This indicated a group making a sustained effort to hack the users of iPhones in certain communities over a period of at least two years," he wrote.