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America now has more breweries than ever. And that might be a problem.

It was a startling announcement: As of Dec. 1, 2015, the Brewers Association had counted 4,144 breweries in the United States, the most ever operating simultaneously in the history of the country. According to historians, the previous high-water mark of 4,131 was set in 1873. The new number includes...

Charlie Papazian Steps Down from Brewers Association President Post

(Boulder,CO) – After 37 years of service as president at the Brewers Association, Charlie Papazian will put his passion and … The post Charlie Papazian Steps Down from Brewers Association President Post appeared first on thefullpint.com.

I’d Like To Know Why The Department of Revenue Wants My Voter File

I was talking to a source at the Department of Revenue today about the DOR completely screwing local craft beer brewers at the behest of the Georgia Beer Wholesale Association. The source, by the way, completely agrees even though he works for DOR. But in the conversation, the data breach at the Secretary of State’s …

AB InBev Officially Buys SABMiller to Create Beer Mega Giant

The new company will be the world's largest brewer. Budweiser producer AB InBev has finally announced its acquisition ofSABMiller, reports the Associated Press, a merger of the two largest global brewers that results in a company set to produce one-third of the world's beer. Show More Summary

Craft Beer is Alive and Well: Great American Beer Festival Brings Record Numbers

Photo © Brewers Association Despite the recent influx of mergers and acquisitions, craft beer was alive and well at the 27th annua… The post Craft Beer is Alive and Well: Great American Beer Festival Brings Record Numbers appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Brewer, Horford and Villanueva bring Basketball Without Borders to Dominican Republic for the first time

The National Basketball Association (NBA) and the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) announced today that Corey Brewer (Houston Rockets; U.S.), Al Horford (Atlanta Hawks; Dominican Republic), and Charlie Villanueva (Dallas Mavericks;...Show More Summary

Brewers Association Reports Big Gains for Small and Independent Brewers

(Boulder, CO) – The craft brewing industry has continued a strong pace of growth in the first half of 2015, according to new mi… The post Brewers Association Reports Big Gains for Small and Independent Brewers appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Craft beer production up 16%

The craft brewing industry has continued a strong pace of growth in the first half of 2015, according to new mid-year data released by the Brewers Association. American craft beer (as defined by the BA) production volume increased 16% during the first half of the year. From January through the end of June 2015, approximately […]

Brewers Association Appoints Dick Cantwell as Quality Ambassador

(Boulder, CO)  — Supporting its vision of a membership that consistently produces the highest quality beer, the Brewers Assoc… The post Brewers Association Appoints Dick Cantwell as Quality Ambassador appeared first on thefullpint.c...

The Great American Beer Festival 2015 – BIGGER. BETTER. BEERIER

(Denver,CO) – The Brewers Association has just sent out the press release outlining the important details of this yearR… The post The Great American Beer Festival 2015 – BIGGER. BETTER. BEERIER appeared first on thefullpint.com.

The High Stakes Of Craft Beer Marketing

Craft beer is a $20 billion business where off-strategy marketing is as unwelcome as a lukewarm can of Michelob Ultra. “It is tricky to deliberately market,” says Paul Gatza, director of the Brewers Association, a craft brewers trade association based in Boulder, CO. “Going over-board on push marketing will not work with [...]

Small is the new IPA

Earlier today Brewers Association economist Bart Watson tweeted this: “Small breweries are small. Looking at CA 2014 data: Breweries 1,000 = only 122.” If you break down the percentages that’s 30% under 100 barrels, 44% between 100 and 1,000, and 26% […]

2014 Was Another Great Year For American Craft Beer [Infographic]

The craft beer revolution isn't showing any signs of slowing down with 2014 proving another great year for brewers across the United States. According to the Brewers Association, there were approximately 1,521 operating craft breweries nationwide in 2008. By the end of 2014, there were 3,418. Of those, 1,412 were [...]

Bet You Didn't Know Just How Green These American Breweries Are

In 2013 the Brewers Association reported that the U.S. had a total of 2,768 microbreweries, brewpubs and regional craft breweries. While it may surprise you to learn that the total number of craft breweries grew by 15.3 percent between...Show More Summary

The Fair BEER Act is a Red Herring Introduced by Big Brewers

Why the similar-sounding Small BREW Act is a better bet for crew brewers. According to craft beer-promoting trade group the Brewers Association, at the end of 2014 there were 3,464 breweries operating in America. The organization defined the vast majority of these producers as small, independent and traditional craft breweries. Show More Summary

Economic impact of brewing in New York

10 months agoFood & Drink / Beer : Beer Therapy

The numbers aren’t quite up to date — and given recent growth they would likely be even more impressive — but the growing economic impact of brewing in New York’s state economy is apparent. The New York State Brewers Association (NYSBA) — whose motto is “Think New York, Drink New York” — found that in […]

American Craft Beer Week

This week, from May 11-17 is American Craft Brew Week. It is organized by the Brewer's Association for people to declare their 'independence' by supporting breweries that produce less than 2 million barrels of beer a year (that pretty much covers everything but the big three, which aren't even American owned anyway). Show More Summary

The importance of being the local beer

MONDAY BEER LINKS, LIMITIED MUSING 04.06.15 Loving Local Beer. Brewers Association economist Bart Watson writes: “Typically, I cite studies that suggest the flavor/variety dimension as the primary driver, with local taking an important, albeit secondary role. But there is increasing evidence that local may be rivaling flavor as a motivating factor for craft beer buyers.” […]

The 50 most popular breweries in America

The Brewers Association recently released its annual list of the top 50 US breweries in 2014 based on production volume. Anheuser-Busch, maker of Budweiser, came out on top again this year, followed by Miller Coors, Pabst, and Yuengling. Some of the breweries have amped up production from 2013: Michigan-based Bell's Brewery moved up from No. Show More Summary

Here’s Why Yuengling Is Now America’s Top-Selling Craft Beer

Not everyone's happy. Thanks to a change last year to the Brewers Association's definition of "craft," Yuengling is now America's best-selling craft brewery. Sam Adams brewer Boston Beer Company is now No. 2, followed by Sierra Nevada,...Show More Summary

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