The calendar flipped to March, but here on the East Coast, the snow, ice and below-freezing temperatures did not stop coming. Forecasters said New York experienced its coldest February in 80 years. New England is buried under feet of snow. Even parts of the Mid-Atlantic got more than its usual share of winter unpleasantness. Brewers... View Article
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Blogs - John Holl - Web Only March 11, 2015 - John Holl
What's Brewing March 4, 2014 - John Holl
On March 3, the Brewers Association (BA) revised its definition of a craft brewer. The revised definition states: An American craft brewer is small, independent and traditional. • Small: Annual production of 6 million barrels of beer or less (about 3 percent of U.S. annual sales). Beer production is attributed to the rules of alternating... View Article
History - Short Pours September 1, 2001 - Greg Kitsock
Collectors’ cans, specialty beers, contract brews, soft drinks, private labels: there’s no niche that America’s old-time regional breweries haven’t exploited in order to survive. Their roots extend back before Prohibition, and a few were mixing malt and hops before anyone had heard of the name Budweiser. Their future is by no means guaranteed, and while... View Article