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Brewery donates $18K for Dorian relief efforts

The Cayman Islands Brewery has raised $18,000 for those affected by Hurricane Dorian last month. The funds will be donated to the charity World Central Kitchen.

The Craft Beer Explosion

Like the spray-discharge from a pop-top can of brew after it has been accidentally dropped on the ground, the craft beer market is exploding.

UPDATED: Dart buys major stake in Cayman Islands Brewery

The Dart group has confirmed it has bought a stake in the Cayman Islands Brewery, which produces the island’s signature beers Caybrew and White Tip, among others.

Brewery toasts Cayman’s success with $1 million expansion

At the Cayman Islands Brewery, the glass is half-full. Amid increasing sales and optimism about the island’s economic future, the brewery is in the midst of a $1 million expansion to meet growing demand for its beers.

​Neverines to play at Fidel’s

The Neverines band, a popular local group, will make their fans very happy when they take to the stage at Fidel Murphy’s on Sept. 28.

Flow, C3 customers facing World Cup TV blackout

Rival cable companies will be forced to black out television channels carrying coverage of the World Cup football tournament, which starts next week, broadcast rights holder Logic has confirmed.

Brewery thieves steal $15 charity money, no beer

Four thieves went to a lot of trouble to carry away two donation boxes with an estimated total of $15 in them.

Brewery and marine institute team up for coral conservation

The Central Caribbean Marine Institute has partnered with the Cayman Islands Brewery to promote a “Zero Impact” on local coral reefs initiative.

Tanks for the beer

The Cayman Islands Brewery took delivery of a new tank last week that was installed to help meet demand for a recently launched IPA beer.

Prospect bar robbed at lunchtime

A Prospect bar located next door to the Cayman Islands Brewery was robbed just after noon Monday.

Students visit brewery, cadets help the community

Clifton Hunter High School students have been busy taking part in a variety of activities across Grand Cayman in recent weeks. According to a press release, Year 10 business and science students paid a visit to the Cayman Islands Brewery on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

‘We might need another warehouse’: Donations pour in for Haiti relief

In 72 hours, more than 3,000 people in Cayman donated enough baby supplies, food, clothes, medicines and other necessities to fill the warehouse at Cayman Islands Brewery. On Tuesday, those supplies will be loaded on a Cayman Airways plane and flown to Haiti to help the country where at least 500 died in Hurricane Matthew.

UPDATED: Supplies from Cayman pour in for Haiti relief effort

Volunteers in Cayman spent Thursday unloading and sorting donations bound for Haiti and Cuba at the Saxon office on Eastern Avenue in George Town.

White Tip beer rebrands as ‘Guy Harvey’s’

The Cayman Islands Brewery is partnering with artist and conservationist Guy Harvey to raise more money for marine conservation and shark research and to boost the brand’s recognition as the company prepares to launch its White Tip lager in the U.S. market.

A month-by-month roundup of Cayman’s 2015 news stories

Top stories of 2015 in the Cayman Islands

Delivery driver remembered

Westmore Walker died in an apparent drowning over the weekend, eight days shy of his 29th birthday.

Cayman Islands Brewery wins big at Caribbean festival

The Cayman Islands Brewery garnered a number of medals at the 5th Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival in St. Maarten held earlier this month.

Pirates Week gets under way

Don your hats and boots and try to find a friendly parrot to sit on your shoulder – the pirates are invading this weekend. The black flag of the Jolly Roger, a flag that once could have gotten a man hanged around these parts, now flies along the streets of George Town to welcome the thousands expected to invade the waterfront Friday and Saturday for Pirates Week.

Volunteers help clear home destroyed by fire

For the second time in three weeks, the Cayman community has come to the aid of a family that lost their home to fire.

Family who lost home in fire to help others rebuild

A family who received unprecedented community support after their home was destroyed by fire aim to “pay it forward” by coming to the aid of another Cayman family who lost their home in similar circumstances.

Contractor to rebuild fire victims' home

Construction firm Arch and Godfrey has stepped in to project manage a massive community effort to build a new home for a family who lost everything in a fire at the weekend.

The home in Windsor Park, George Town, burned to the ground in a matter of minutes on Friday night after an electrical fire ripped through the wooden building, leaving 17 people homeless.

Family routed by fire wants to rebuild compound

A large family left homeless after a fire on Friday, say they plan to rebuild their George Town family compound within three months.

Windsor Park fire: 'Code Red' for the community

A collection of wooden residences caught fire and burned to the ground. Now, 17 people are homeless. It easily could have been much, much worse. If the blaze had started in the middle of the night, 17 people could have been dead.

Fire victim: ‘We’ve lost everything’

The community responds in a big way to help 17 people left homeless after a fire at a housing compound in Windsor Park on Friday night.

Business in brief

A roundup of local business briefs.

Teen hurt in cardboard boat race

What was supposed to be a fun event turned frightening for a 15 -year-old John Gray High School student who entered Saturday's cardboard boat race.

Last chance for tri build-up

The Cayman Islands Triathlon Association has a new sponsor for next month’s national triathlon.

Refs are popular again

Local football referees do not often get much praise from players but to popular acclaim they have organized again a tournament to boost their funds.

Dart plans to open distillery

Dart has submitted an application to change the use of a George Town warehouse to a distillery.

Chili Cook-Off winner advances

A team from the George Town Yacht Club emerged victorious at the Chili Cook off, held at the CayBrew brewery.

Two concerts to aid typhoon relief effort

Two very different concerts – one featuring rock bands and a live screening of the Manny Pacquiao boxing fight, the other a religious talent expo – will be held on Saturday to raise money for relief efforts in the Philippines.

Spikers are setting up for big dig

Local volleyball hopes to invigorate public support for the sport.

Liquor leaders unaware of review committee

Government's announcement that it was already reviewing liquor licensing caught industry leaders by surprise.

Conflicts of interest blow up Liquor Board meeting

Conflicts of interest derail a Liquor Licensing Board meeting as majority of board members withdraw, now a "review" of the board is publicly announced.

Beer fuels shark conservation effort

White Tip Lage celebrates one more year of shark conservation with a fundraiser at Royal Palms.

Caybrew ensure Kings froths over

Caybrew does much to quench the thirst of football fans.

Leslie finds diabetes is not sweet

Matthew Leslie is a very big man. Morbidly obese, in fact and he has just had a health scare warning him to fix up otherwise the consequences are grim.

CULL Challenge is on for lionfish

Cullers, get ready for two days of lionfish culling activities and plenty of fresh seafood dishes.

Tourism Exchange a success

Delegates from around the world came to Cayman for a special tourism exchange event.

‘Woofstock’ benefits Humane Society

Cayman Islands Brewery presented the Humane Society with a cheque for $1200 following the fundraising event, Woofstock

Caybrew presents Woofstock party

Get down to Cayman Islands Brewery on Saturday for Woofstock - a day of music, canine care and tent sales.

Photo contest draws wealth of spectacular underwater images

All the winners of the Underwater Photo Competition - revealed.

Governor’s Conservation Awards presented at Trust gala event

The National Trust celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gala event and the presentation of the inaugural Governor's Conservation Awards.

Inaugural Web awards a success

A local dive website recently had its first ever video awards ceremony.

Conservation awards finalists announced

The finalists for the Governor's Conservation Awards have been announced.

The science of brewing explained during UCCI seminar

What is the science of brewing beer?

Bail denied on brewery burglary charge

Trial was set for 7 January after Joel Jason Smith pleaded not gulty to the 17 August burglary of Cayman Islands Brewery.

Drink a White Tip, save a shark

Join local band Zipper Envy at a pool party at Treasure Island on Saturday, 25 August. Win prizes, play in the pool, listen to some great music, all to help save the sharks.

Burglar bolts with brewery gold medals

The Cayman Islands Brewery was burgled early Friday and lost some cash as well as a number of 'gold medal' awards it was previously granted for brewing excellence.

White Tip Lager hits the bottle

Cayman Islands Brewery recently launched White Tip Lager in bottles.

Brew masters coming to talk beer

James Mansfield has been elected to lead the Caribbean district of the Master Brewers Association of the Americas.

Swingers repeat flawless form

It was a new challenge on the links but the results offered few surprises.

Taste of Cayman is finally here

After months of waiting, the delectable Taste of Cayman food festival is finally here.

Get those taste buds tickled

Culinary Month starts here in the Cayman Islands

DoE celebrates gold medal beer

The Department of Environment celebrated White Tip Lager's gold medal win with the Cayman Islands Brewery recently.

Business in brief

Business in brief.

Taste beer, but you can’t buy it

The Cayman Islands Brewery is constructing a beer garden but intends to re-apply for the right to sell beer outside of tours.

Police pay for guns and ammo

During last month's guns-for-cash weapons amnesty police paid out $1,240.50 to people who dropped their weapons and ammunition off at police stations throughout Cayman.

Teenager arrested in Kemar Golding shooting

A teenager was arrested Tuesday in connection with the shooting outside a Red Bay jerk chicken stand that cost a local brewery worker his left eye.

Grandma ‘Meddie’ back in Cayman

A grandmother who was wounded in a shooting outside her work is back in Cayman and on the road to recovery.

Cash has ammo rolling in

Cash offers bring a bit more response to the police gun amnesty programme.

Police offer cash-for-guns

Police offer cash for guns in hopes of taking a few more firearms off Cayman's streets.

‘Mrs. Meddie’ taken to Miami

A grandmother of six heads to a Miami hospital where doctors hope to fix a gunshot wound to her knee.

Reward upped in shooting case

A $40,000 reward is now being offered for information about the recent shooting of a gas station worker.

Tri warriors start to focus

Cayman's top triathletes honing their bodies for the gruelling race in November have a new sponsor in KRyS Global.

White Tip beer: It’s in the can

The Cayman Brewery's White Tip Lager is being officially launched at Rackam's Waterfront bar on Saturday, 23 July, from 3 to 6pm.

Editorial for 21 July, 2011: Crime seems to be creeping up

More gun crime makes crime stats seem silly.

Update: Reward offered in shooting of innocent worker

Another apparently random robbery ends in an innocent worker being shot.

$20,000 raised 
for Kemar Golding

Donars contribured $20,000 to help shooting victim Kemar Golding.

Brewery party raises funds for Kemar

Crowds of people turned out at the Cayman Islands Brewery on Saturday to raise funds and show their support for shooting victim Kemar Golding.

Cook Off shows 
great local taste

The Sister Islands cookoff was a great success.

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