About BeerPulse


BeerPulse began as http://beernews.wordpress.com back on February 29th, 2008, with a post about a popular Imperial Stout called Portsmouth Kate the Great. With encouragement from a few online strangers, Adam Nason soon bought Beernews.org. Back then, the site was just an end-of-the-night hobby fixated on finding beer news in obscure places to share with other beer geeks. Over time, the site has grown tenfold organically both in readership and scope of coverage without any marketing dollars spent.

Nearly four years after it began, BeerPulse is now the web’s #1 destination for beer news. It is one of the fastest-growing beer sites on the web today, serving over 200,000 visitors a month. Both beer drinkers and industry members follow our coverage focusing on small breweries, the more dynamic part of the industry. Anheuser-Busch, MillerCoors and the like get their fair share of front page time.

BeerPulse does accept content contributors, anonymous info/tips and advertising. For advertising information, please check out the Advertising site.


adam nason 110Adam Nason founded BeerPulse as a passion project when he was 23 years old. He is responsible for site development and is the lead editor. Nason’s seldomly-updated personal blog can be found at adamnason.com. To reach out to him, please email adam@beerpulse.com.

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Chris Ferullo loves craft beer. An IT business analyst by day, he moonlights as a hophead and proponent of the Philly beer scene. Ferullo practiced journalism in college and is the first writer to join the BeerPulse team.

tim mannion mugTim Mannion is a resident of Chicago with a background in journalism. He also happens to be a beer guy and joined BeerPulse in 2012 to help out with some things behind the scenes. This is his on-screen debut.

dan christopherson photo 110Daniel Christopherson of DCBrewLaw.com is a registered patent attorney with the Christopherson Intellectual Property Law Firm. He is an avid craft beer enthusiast who helps new and established breweries develop their business models and protect their intellectual property.

57 thoughts on “About BeerPulse

  1. Hmm, I’m trying to figure out what that beer could be but I’m stumped. You might want to try posting this same question to reddit.com/r/beer. That community is usually quite good at answering this type of question. I’m aware of Tree House Brewing & Mystic Brewing which sounds a bit like “Trio myst”

  2. Hi I’m looking to see if there is a gentleman by the name of Jesus A. Ozturk working there. We are looking at renting his apartment in california and I would like to make sure he is a real person. Thank you for your time. I know this is a odd request.

  3. I live outside Detroit, Michigan. After visiting England and enjoying John Smith Smooth I was able to purchase this brand in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, but alas, no more. As the US distributor where can I purchase this beer in my area, or as close to me as possible. My area code is 48183.

    Can a case or two be shipped to Michigan? If so, how do I order. In my mind it is a great beer, and I miss it.

    Thanks for any info.

    ex Englishman

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