Join the Nielsen and Nielsen CGA team for this 2019 mid-year review of craft beer and beyond, including the many pockets of growth to be found.Read More
Chief economist Bart Watson has new data to analyze average beer prices at brewpubs and taprooms. Here's the first look at what he's learned.Read More
Seltzer has exploded and BA chief economist Bart Watson thinks they're here to stay. Here's the data on what this means for your brewery.Read More
As the growth of craft beer as a category has tapered off, some observers have lamented that frewer craft brewers seem to truly innovate, with many now following trends.
A crosscurrent is developing among craft beer consumers: a demand for simpler more refreshing beers that increasingly complement a healthier lifestyle.
Learn how Brewers Association chief economist Bart Watson estimates the number of breweries in planning and what that number really looks like today. Read More
With the 2019 diversity data now available, anyone scanning it will conclude there is work to be done, and we as a craft beer community can do better.Read More
As part of the recent human resources and salary benchmarking completed by the BA, we also completed our first benchmark of brewery owner and employee diversity, including both gender and race/ethnicity. Read More
The craft brewing industry has reached a new level of competitiveness, with increasing competition within craft and more than two brewery openings per day.
Brewpubs were up nearly 15 percent in 2016, and this strong performance is welcome news since the segment is at the very heart of the craft beer industry.