The craft beer community as a whole is full of some of the most interesting, passionate, and generous people I have ever met.
Brewers Association member profiles. See who contributes to the creation of American craft beer, from bottling line technicians to brewers and CEOs.
The culture of the beer industry captured me—love at first sight.
After a career in the corporate world, I made my "passion play" to enter craft 10 years ago and haven't looked back.
River City Brewing Company is the oldest brewery in Wichita, and we will celebrate 25 years in early 2018.
We do have the usual shiny stainless steel things, but our most important acquisition over the course of the last year is our Burning Beard team.
We've planted deep roots in our adopted home of Peoria and have set about to create a small, local, and independent business that will enable us to share our passion with our friends and neighbors.
It doesn't matter your background, political views, or religious views; we are all on board to have a beer together and support the craft beer revolution.
We sell not just great beer, but an experience: the idea that when you're drinking one of our beers, you're in the Republic—where beer can and should be better.
Recently retired as Sierra Nevada's brewmaster, Steve Dresler fulfilled a 15-year dream when he stewarded at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival.
I love coming up with solutions for the challenges that arise while producing quality craft beer.
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