U.S. brewers shipped an estimated 161,586,015 barrels of beer in 2022, a 4.6% decline versus 2021, according to the Beer Institute (BI).
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A rare agreement between a state beer wholesalers trade group and craft brewers has paid off as legislation to allow limited self-distribution by brewers in Virginia appears headed for approval.
In the rafters and tucked away in various spots throughout the Embrace The Funk cellar in Nashville, Tennessee there are burlap bags of hops, aging away through the passage of time, waiting to be dropped into a coolship or used in a saison.
Registration for the 2023 U.S. Open Beer Championship is now open. Brewers can register beers thru May 15th.
Without clean water, every brewery would be out of business. So maintaining access to clean water is key for anybody in the brewing industry. But how do you as a brewer get involved in advocating for protecting this crucial natural resource? We spoke with an expert on the subject.
Tilray Brands Inc., a cannabis company that currently owns SweetWater Brewing Co. and Montauk Brewing Co. has said they plan more alcohol beverage acquisitions in the US to build out its distribution network.
In a trend that may be picking up momentum across the country, Washington state legislators are considering a bill that would lower the blood alcohol limit from 0.08 to 0.05.
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On January 12, 2023, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service released its annual 2022 Crop Production report and its quarterly Grain Stocks report. To break down the reports and get an outlook on malted barley for 2023, we recently spoke with Ashley McFarland, the Vice President – Technical Director for the American Malting Barley Association (AMBA).
Expanding its reach into California, Breakthru Beverage Group announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire statewide beer and wine wholesaler Wine Warehouse in California.
The first month of a new year is a good time to look ahead and to make resolutions. It is also the prime time to think about how beer’s raw ingredients can be used to make tasty pints.
The rains have come to California, but much of the Western U.S. remains in a severe drought. In Mexico, the prolonged drought has amplified concerns that large breweries are using precious water to make beer that is exported out to other countries.
The CBD beverage market accounted for $3,221 million in 2022 and is estimated to grow to $4,6221 million by 2032.
Every autumn, beer lovers from around the world gather in Denver, Colorado for the Great American Beer Festival. In addition to sampling some of the nation’s best brews, the festival’s professional panel of judges choose gold, silver, and bronze award winners in 98 unique categories.