Although craft appears to be dropping in scan data, it might be good news for many breweries if it means people are finally going out again.Read More
It’s hard not to notice some echoes of the classic S-shape in the graph of craft beer market share. What would a diffusion model project for the next five to 10 years?
Crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter have been giving a boost to entrepreneurs’ start-up capital for almost four years, and new brewers are starting to take notice.
Good times returned to the U.S. beer industry in 2012, and great times continued for the vast majority of Americas 2,347 craft breweries.
For the May/June 2021 The New Brewer, we present our annual Industry Review issue. The year 2020 was undoubtedly craft's toughest so far, with overall volume down 9%. We take a look back at how each segment fared during a tumultuous year, with taprooms leading the way at nearly flat growth and brewpubs taking the biggest hit, down 19.3%.Read More
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As bad as circumstances were for 2020, there are reasons for optimism. Many craft breweries took a direct hit with double-digit declines, but found a way to survive.
In this BA Collab Hour webinar with NielsenIQ and Headset, Inc. learn more about where cannabis and beer overlap.Read More
Review these key resources to ensure you are up-to-date on federal programs currently available to help your brewery.Read More
Bart Watson recaps and drills down a bit further into the onsite sales data he shared in his recent state of the industry presentation. Read More
Chief Economist Bart Watson takes a look at scan trends in craft beer and discusses two conclusions about craft share.Read More