More Videos

‘There’s going to be changes’: Boise State coach Bryan Harsin after Virginia loss 5:45

‘There’s going to be changes’: Boise State coach Bryan Harsin after Virginia loss

Here's a glimpse of the sturgeon swimming at Boise's 'hidden gem' 1:32

Here's a glimpse of the sturgeon swimming at Boise's "hidden gem"

Do Confederate memorials honor soldiers killed in war, or memorialize racism? 2:12

Do Confederate memorials honor soldiers killed in war, or memorialize racism?

How do chefs make cold-weather dinners in the kitchen? 1:19

How do chefs make cold-weather dinners in the kitchen?

Week 5 Treasure Valley top high school football plays 4:56

Week 5 Treasure Valley top high school football plays

Local doctor outlines five things that need to happen to fix health care in U.S. 2:36

Local doctor outlines five things that need to happen to fix health care in U.S.

Is Boise ready for small but close-to-Downtown modular homes? 1:19

Is Boise ready for small but close-to-Downtown modular homes?

Phil McGrane's identity got stolen. Learn from his experience. 0:49

Phil McGrane's identity got stolen. Learn from his experience.

Welcoming city proclamation a 're-affirmation of who we are,' council, mayor say 2:55

Welcoming city proclamation a 're-affirmation of who we are,' council, mayor say

NFL football fans talk about anthem protests 1:36

NFL football fans talk about anthem protests

  • County Line Brewing celebrates two years of sharing a passion for craft beer

    County Line Brewing owners Zack and Laura Kiehl celebrated the two year anniversary of the craft brewery in Garden City on April 1, 2017 with the debut of their latest pale ale, Kiehl'D Over. The double IPA is an extra-hoppy brew sporting 9 percent alcohol by volume.

County Line Brewing owners Zack and Laura Kiehl celebrated the two year anniversary of the craft brewery in Garden City on April 1, 2017 with the debut of their latest pale ale, Kiehl'D Over. The double IPA is an extra-hoppy brew sporting 9 percent alcohol by volume. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
County Line Brewing owners Zack and Laura Kiehl celebrated the two year anniversary of the craft brewery in Garden City on April 1, 2017 with the debut of their latest pale ale, Kiehl'D Over. The double IPA is an extra-hoppy brew sporting 9 percent alcohol by volume. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Now’s the time to try a springtime brew from a Treasure Valley brewery

April 14, 2017 8:00 PM