The CraftCoHop is a passion built around our communal love for the craft beer industry. What started as a blog, has transformed into a weekly gathering of craft beer enthusiasts celebrating the amazing beer in the Craft Beer Industry. But this is just the start, don’t miss out! Join in on the fun today.

What is the CraftCoHop?

Every week, I challenge you, my fellow beer nerd, to push the limits of your creativity by buying beer and taking pictures of it. I promise you it will be more fun than you’ve had all week!

If you want to take part! Sign up here!

Here’s how it works…

  1. You sign up for the weekly email
  2. The email will let you know the weekly featured beer of the week and what the photo theme of the week is.
  3. The following Monday, you post your photo and check out everyone else who’s thrown their amazing photography up there!
  4. Every Tuesday, the photography curators and experts at thebeerrater.com select the 8 best shots (Photo quality and aligns with the theme) to get featured on the weekly summary.
  5. The shot with the most votes on the weekly feature wins the CraftCoHop for that week!
  6. The winner gets bragging rights, prizes, and mad respect!

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Hey Breweries! Let’s work together!

I’d love to feature your beer on the CraftCohop! Email me at mike@thebeerater.com – let’s collaborate

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Head Writer and Editor for thebeerrater.com. Certified Beer Drinker and self proclaimed back-flip fanatic. I like beer.

9 Comments

  1. Dan crocker

    Ive tried the first one from Yukon brewing and it was pretty good… After reading this… Im scared

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      • Dan crocker

        Son of a…….. Well then…. Not even Last Best?? That one Im really excited for.

  2. Hal Hickey

    Just cracked my first two of the case. Average to underwhelming. It’s too bad that most of the collaboration brews I’ve tasted in the past 2 years seem to flop. Are the collaborating brewers not willing to share their secrets with others?

    The Powell Street – Four Winds recent collab was fabulous. Sadly that kind of quality is now the rare exception.

    I may have to start attending the launch events, have small tasters of the lot and pass on purchasing the bottled/canned versions.

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