American craft brewers hit a milestone when our official craft brewery count reached 2,000. Let's take a look back at some of the recent craft brewery count data.
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One of the top 10 food trends for 2012 from the Supermarket Guru annual consumer panel presented at the National Grocers Association annual conference is that the American palate is moving away from sweet flavors.
Because the Brewers Association is involved in lobbying activities in Washington, DC, primarily on the excise tax bills in Congress, a percentage of member dues are not deductible as a business expense. For 2011, 23% of member dues were spent on lobbying
This number will certainly change as we move through our annual Beer Industry Production Survey. But the number is much larger than we thought we had a year ago.
The retail price of a case of craft beer climbed to over a dollar more than a year ago, still under the rate of inflation, but perhaps reflecting the higher cost of ingredients.
Here is an update on the next stage of the hiring process for the Brewers Association's Professional Division Assistant.
The October 30 SIG scans show that craft pricing at retail is climbing, but is still lower than the inflation rate.
The FTC recently reached an agreement with an flavored malt beverage company to require that certain beverages must be resealable. What will be the regulatory reaction to liquor in a can?
Stouts are showing a significant increase in retail pricing, which means that imperial stouts and barrel aged stouts are emerging in beer drinker choices.