Tavour always had a clear mission: support independent craft breweries and build a community of like-minded beer lovers. And we’ve never wavered from that.
Now, in this unpredictable and difficult time, that mission is more important than ever. That’s why, starting March 20, 2020 we are releasing a new box on the Tavour app each week to showcase just a few of the talented breweries we work with.
The goal? To stand together and support these indie businesses in a time of crises, when even tomorrow is unknown. And with each curated selection, we can all come together while enjoying a lineup from some of our favorite breweries across the country.
Purchases of each box will benefit the breweries featured in the box. In addition, each box will donate $5 to help the fight for legislation that makes it easy for independent breweries to serve their fans, without the burdens of unfair rules that hinder their growth.
Each week a new box(s) will be released on the Tavour app!
This Weeks Box(s):
Hoppy Hour IPA Box. Shared on the Tavour app Saturday April 18th
Buckle-up hopheads! We’re about to take a delectable trip down IPA memory-lane.Coming to us from some of our favorite brew joints around the country, each of these hop-loaded delicacies sport their own level of craft fame. Some grace the pages of Thrillist, Vine Pair, Food & Wine, or the Beer Travel Guide. Others sport out-of-this-world scores on BeerAdvocate, Untappd, and Tavour! So, we’re highlighting a few juice-soaked sippers that have filled Tavour members’ crates and rattled the craft-o-sphere in the best way possible. Here are 10 of the most popular IPAs to ever hit the Tavour app.
Every beer nerd knows there’s a shortlist of Stouts that you can’t pass up. They’re the holiest of grails in the craft beer kingdom — brews that are hard to come by and are among the highest-rated anywhere. The beer nerds that use Tavour have very discerning tastes, and they know immediately when one of these beers stares them in the face. In fact, our members often snatch them all up with lightning speed, so we have to keep bringing them back! If you’re ever eager to try some of these top-rated Stouts, check out the app — you’re practically guaranteed to see these 8 fan favorite, Dark Beer diamonds at least once every year:
Remember IBUs? The “International Bitterness Unit” once appeared on beer labels and bar menus everywhere as the globally agreed-upon measurement for how bitter a brew is. But, as you may have noticed, it’s become an increasingly rare sight over the past few years. In fact, there’s a chance you didn’t see a single IBU in your last craft beer delivery, or store trip. There’s a reason for that, and it has a lot to do with how far craft beer has progressed.