Some beer companies need to decide whether their product is about developing a taste for the finer things in life or an aid to preying on women.
In 2009 there were 1,596 operating craft breweries in the United States. By the end of 2016 that number had increased to 5,234. This is the golden age of beer!
A couple weeks ago, Sierra Nevada, the craft brewery out of California, took over a grassy field in east Austin for the ultimate in traveling beer festivals.
The Brewer’s Association, a trade group that advocates for small and independent craft brewers, has come up with an official certification for independent breweries’ packaging.
In 2015, Heineken bought a 50 percent stake in the California brewery, and earlier this month they gobbled up the other 50 percent, meaning Lagunitas has officially sold out to big beer.
Alcohol producers across the South are being cut off from the economic gains of the surging craft spirits movement by antiquated Prohibtion Era laws.
Here’s to all the companies that don’t just offer us great brews, but also support philanthropic causes around the world.
For the parents, obviously. And not only after a long day or during a playdate.
In the past year, the number of small American breweries has broken a 142-year-old record, and interest in craft beer keeps climbing.
Some doctors and midwives still recommend wine for pregnant women, while giving craft beer the cold shoulder.
The craft beer explosion means a bevy of Yuletide suds. Here’s a roundup to assist with your Christmas cheer.
The days of dourly downing mass-produced lite beer because that’s all that’s on tap are over. Thank God.
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