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3 Biggest Mistakes When Introducing Someone to Craft Beer

Article By John W. Mitchell, originally published on CraftBeer.com. For all the progress beer has made in the past few decades—reaching an all-time high brewery count and successfully reinventing America’s beer palate—there’s still a large portion of the population that doesn’t get craft beer. To reach the Brewers Association’s aspirational goal of helping craft beer […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to Opening Beer Outside

There’s a six-pack of cold ones waiting for you at base camp. The only problem? No bottle opener. Thankfully, we’re here to help. By: AC Shilton – Sep 8, 2014 Campfires are just not the same without a good brew on hand.    Photo: RobertHoetink/Thinkstock   In the final mile of the day’s lung-busting, quad-munching […]

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Beerslanging

Original article and photo published by Craft Beer & Brewing.   Beer jargon thrown around on social media and forums can leave even the most passionate craft-beer fans scratching their heads. From the first ten issues of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®, we’ve collected this humorous key to deciphering some of the slang terms thrown […]

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Small And Independent Brewers Continue To Grow Double Digits

Article originally published by the Brewers Association Boulder, CO • March 22, 2016—The Brewers Association (BA), the trade association representing small and independent1 American craft brewers, today released 2015 data on U.S. craft brewing2 growth. With more breweries than ever before, small and independent craft brewers now represent 12 percent market share of the overall […]

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Craft Beers to Enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day

Originally by Meghan Storey, CraftBeer.com By now you should be dusting off your “Kiss Me I’m Irish” T-shirt and prepping the corned beef and cabbage to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. Even if your Irish heritage is a bit contrived, no one asks questions as long as you’re wearing green. Although not an […]

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Beer labels unraveled

Why do some beer labels have information that others do not? The difference lies in whether the drink is considered a malt beverage. According to Packaging Digest, the Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau ruled in 2008 that beverages that are not malt (that is, beverages made with malt barley replacements like sorghum, rice or wheat) or made […]

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Craft beer sales jump 110 percent

 Taking a step away from their parents’ domestic choices, millennials are flocking toward craft beers in droves. According to a new report from research group Mintel, the sales of craft beer should reach $20 billion by the end of the year, more than doubling its numbers in just five years.  Taking a step away from their […]

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Oklahoma breweries still recovering from tornadoes

When deadly tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma last May, they left a massive amount of damage in their wake. Among the homes, schools and businesses that were destroyed were three breweries – Mustang, Black Mesa and Anthem, which all depended on the OK City Brewing Co-op to help make their products. According to The Oklahoman, Mustang and […]

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