Month: April 2016

Lost Province Brewing Company Wins Medals in 2016 Carolina’s Championship of Beer

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The 11th annual competition was held in conjunction with the Hickory Hops Festival in Downtown Hickory, NC, on April 16, 2016, and was sponsored by the Downtown Hickory Association and the Olde Hickory Brewery. Beers from submitting breweries were blind-judged by panels of certified judges, experienced judges and brewers in over 124 categories. A complete list of the winning breweries and beers will be available soon here.

“We are very pleased to have won medals at the Carolina’s Championship of Beer,” said Andy Mason, Co-Owner and Director of Brewing Operations at Lost Province. “Our motto for our beers is ‘authentic and innovative beers done right’ and we work very hard to live up to that that saying. Winning these awards represents a validation of the quality of our products. It also validates all of the hard work by our brewery team.”

Lost Province Brewing Company is a brewpub located in the heart of historic downtown Boone, NC at 130 N. Depot St. Lost Province serves stylistically authentic and innovative craft beers brewed on site and savory fare cooked in a wood-fired oven. Lost Province is a family owned and operated business that is committed to the community, environment and employees. It offers a family friendly and relaxing atmosphere and invites everyone to Find Yourself at Lost Province. Open Daily for Lunch and dinner. Cheers![/x_columnize][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][cs_section parallax=”false” style=”margin: 0px;padding: 45px 0px;”][cs_row inner_container=”true” marginless_columns=”false” style=”margin: 0px auto;padding: 0px;”][cs_column fade=”false” fade_animation=”in” fade_animation_offset=”45px” fade_duration=”750″ type=”1/1″ style=”padding: 0px;”][x_image type=”none” src=”” alt=”” link=”false” href=”#” title=”” target=”” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover” info_content=””][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][/cs_content]

Lost Province Brewing Company Wins Medals in 2016 Carolina’s Championship of Beer

Lost Province Brewing Company is pleased to announce that it won six medals at the 2016 “Carolina’s Championship of Beer” competition at the Hickory Hops Festival in Hickory, NC. Lost Province Brewing Company won a gold medal for the “2015 Tubby Monk”, a Belgian-Style Dark Strong Ale, silver medals for their Lost Province IPA, “Kraut Creek” German-Style Kolsch Ale, and their “Dark Star” Imperial Stout, and bronze medals for their “To Helles and Bock” German-Style Helles Bock and their “Parkway Pale Ale”, a Belgian-Style Pale Ale. All of the Silver Medal winners are currently on tap at the brewery.

The 11th annual competition was held in conjunction with the Hickory Hops Festival in Downtown Hickory, NC, on April 16, 2016, and was sponsored by the Downtown Hickory Association and the Olde Hickory Brewery. Beers from submitting breweries were blind-judged by panels of certified judges, experienced judges and brewers in over 124 categories. A complete list of the winning breweries and beers will be available soon here.

“We are very pleased to have won medals at the Carolina’s Championship of Beer,” said Andy Mason, Co-Owner and Director of Brewing Operations at Lost Province. “Our motto for our beers is ‘authentic and innovative beers done right’ and we work very hard to live up to that that saying. Winning these awards represents a validation of the quality of our products. It also validates all of the hard work by our brewery team.”

Lost Province Brewing Company is a brewpub located in the heart of historic downtown Boone, NC at 130 N. Depot St. Lost Province serves stylistically authentic and innovative craft beers brewed on site and savory fare cooked in a wood-fired oven. Lost Province is a family owned and operated business that is committed to the community, environment and employees. It offers a family friendly and relaxing atmosphere and invites everyone to Find Yourself at Lost Province. Open Daily for Lunch and dinner. Cheers!

The Mountain Times: Tapping Into Community

Thanks to the Mountain Times for the write up for NC Beer Month! Support your local breweries including Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Ivory Tower Brewing and Booneshine right here in Boone!

Posted: Thursday, April 14, 2016 5:00 am

Creating a gathering space

Lost Province Brewing Co., located downtown on Depot Street, was started by Lynne Mason, a Boone Town Council member with a background in nonprofit work, including work at local shelter and crisis intervention center Hospitality House.

To Mason, giving back was a natural part of her business.

“I think part of it goes back to when we were initially organizing what we wanted to be about, one of our principles is to work to make the High Country a better place to live,” Mason said.

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April 2016 Get Lost for a Cause with KAMPN

About KAMPN

KAMPN (Kids with Autism Making Progress in Nature) is a 501-(c)3 organization located in Deep Gap, NC. KAMPN was started in 2011 as a nature-based, cost-free, summer camping program for children with autism and their families- this camping program was named KAMPN’s Camp Cogger. After 4 summers, KAMPN’s Camp Cogger is going strong and the organization has begun to develop plans for KAMPN’s newest undertaking- the LIFE Village. KAMPN’s LIFE (Living Innovations For the Exceptional) Village will be a supported housing community for adults with autism and related disorders in the local Boone area. The overall mission of both KAMPN’s Camp Cogger and KAMPN’s LIFE Village stems from the simple belief that we are all here to live in a community of joy and that with acceptance and support this belief will become a reality for all.

For more information on KAMPN’ Camp Cogger or LIFE Village check out our website at www.KAMPN4autism.appstate.edu

 

Information on Autism:

Autism is a spectrum disorder- this means that there are many different symptoms associated with the disorder and the severity of these symptoms varies from person to person. Some people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) communicate through means other than verbal speech- such as sign language or communication devices. Some people with ASD engage in repetitive behaviors (such as flapping or rubbing) and others do not require the same sensory input. Some people with ASD prefer to be referred to as autistic and others do not. Some people with autism need some support to go throughout their daily lives, while others with ASD do not. Autism is something that looks different in each person who receives a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder- and as the old adage goes- “If you have met one person with autism, then you have met one person with autism!!!”

April 2016: Get Lost for a Cause with KAMPN

About KAMPN

KAMPN (Kids with Autism Making Progress in Nature) is a 501-(c)3 organization located in Deep Gap, NC. KAMPN was started in 2011 as a nature-based, cost-free, summer camping program for children with autism and their families- this camping program was named KAMPN’s Camp Cogger. After 4 summers, KAMPN’s Camp Cogger is going strong and the organization has begun to develop plans for KAMPN’s newest undertaking- the LIFE Village. KAMPN’s LIFE (Living Innovations For the Exceptional) Village will be a supported housing community for adults with autism and related disorders in the local Boone area. The overall mission of both KAMPN’s Camp Cogger and KAMPN’s LIFE Village stems from the simple belief that we are all here to live in a community of joy and that with acceptance and support this belief will become a reality for all.

For more information on KAMPN’ Camp Cogger or LIFE Village check out our website at www.KAMPN4autism.appstate.edu

Information on Autism:

Autism is a spectrum disorder- this means that there are many different symptoms associated with the disorder and the severity of these symptoms varies from person to person. Some people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) communicate through means other than verbal speech- such as sign language or communication devices. Some people with ASD engage in repetitive behaviors (such as flapping or rubbing) and others do not require the same sensory input. Some people with ASD prefer to be referred to as autistic and others do not. Some people with autism need some support to go throughout their daily lives, while others with ASD do not. Autism is something that looks different in each person who receives a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder- and as the old adage goes- “If you have met one person with autism, then you have met one person with autism!!!”

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