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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

A Banner Year for Craft

Two hundred and fifty breweries opened in the United States in 2011, providing one of many bright spots in a year in which craft brewer volumes grew 13%.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Micros

In 2011, the headlines were about new local breweries, ongoing growth, and the hundreds of breweries in planning. The sheer number has become a conversation itself.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Regionals

Almost every regional craft brewery seems to have either undergone a major expansion or has drawn up blueprints for a build-out. Also, 11 more breweries joined the category.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Imports & Large Breweries

The big brewers in 2011 seem to have woken up and at least have recognized the challenges posed by craft beer, spirits, wine, and non-alcoholic energy drinks.

Link to article May June TNB 2012

Industry Review Issue

For the May/June 2012 The New Brewer, we present our annual Industry Review issue. In this issue, we take a look at craft breweries’ performance in 2012 in each category: brewpubs, microbreweries, and regional breweries, as well as large breweries and imports. Read More

This issue is brought to you by Ardagh​​ Group

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The New Brewer: Growth of Craft Beer Issue

Beyond Production and Sales

Most breweries lack a data-driven infrastructure offering the information needed for decision-making in an environment experiencing exponential growth.

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The New Brewer: Growth of Craft Beer Issue

What’s Fueling Craft Beer’s Growth

Craft beer is part of a much larger phenomenon, rooted in a long-term evolution of American society and culture that’s still progressing.

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