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May/June 2010

Industry Review Issue

For the May/June 2010 issue of The New Brewer, we present our annual Industry Review issue. In this issue, we examine how brewpubs, microbreweries, regional breweries, and large breweries/importers fared in 2009. We also recap the 2010 Craft Brewers Conference in Chicago.

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Craft Brewers Roll an Unlikely, Unlucky Seven

In a year when other brewers saw a slowdown in sales, craft brewers saw sales dollars increase 10.3 percent and volume increase 7.2 percent over 2008.

Industry Review Issue

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Micros

The numbers have been kind to craft brewing for nearly a decade now, especially in the microbrewery segment, which showed an impressive 18.7-percent growth rate for 2009.

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Regionals

Recession be damned. Americans might be putting off buying that new home or car, they might be making do with last year’s fashions, but they continue to splurge on better beer.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Regionals

Recession be damned. Americans might be putting off buying that new home or car, they might be making do with last year’s fashions, but they continue to splurge on better beer.

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Imports and Large Breweries

Slowing sales, layoffs, forced consolidation, and more recently a general falling out between big brewers, craft brewers and distributors made the headlines in 2009.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Imports and Large Breweries

Slowing sales, layoffs, forced consolidation, and more recently a general falling out between big brewers, craft brewers and distributors made the headlines in 2009.

The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Beers in the Windy City

Craft brewers took the city by storm April 7-10 with a plethora of events surrounding the 2010 Craft Brewers Conference, BrewExpo America and World Beer Cup.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Beers in the Windy City

Craft brewers took the city by storm April 7-10 with a plethora of events surrounding the 2010 Craft Brewers Conference, BrewExpo America and World Beer Cup.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Brewpubs

Brewery-restaurants are better positioned for economic hard times than non-brewery restaurants, as evidenced by their 2-percent growth in a tumultuous year.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Micros

The numbers have been kind to craft brewing for nearly a decade now, especially in the microbrewery segment, which showed an impressive 18.7-percent growth rate for 2009.

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The New Brewer: Industry Review Issue

Regionals

Recession be damned. Americans might be putting off buying that new home or car, they might be making do with last year’s fashions, but they continue to splurge on better beer.

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