Even though 83 percent of the beer St. Louis’ 4 Hands Brewing produces stays within Missouri borders, founder Kevin Lemp wants even more of it to remain local.
In Tuesday’s edition of Press Clips: Utah lawmakers consider the end of 3.2 beer; a study finds Michigan has the cheapest cases of beer in the nation; River North Brewery announces return to its namesake neighborhood; and more.
In anticipation of moving into a new production facility in late 2018, Russian River Brewing Company has put its original Sonoma County production brewery on the market.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Wisconsin beverage companies form a coalition; domestic tax paid shipments up 3.8 percent in May; and more news.
Salt Lake City’s Uinta Brewing Company is headed for a milestone moment as the brewery looks to eclipse the 100,000 barrel threshold this year.
If you asked Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione, he’d tell you the reports of a craft beer slowdown have been greatly exaggerated.
Indiana-based Tin Man Brewing Company has been acquired by Neace Ventures, a Louisville-headquartered venture capital and real estate firm.
Despite the growth in “own-premise” sales, executives from prominent beer-centric retail chains Yard House, Old Chicago (Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries) and World of Beer told a room of industry professionals attending last Thursday’s Brewbound Session that the increasing amount of beer flowing through brewery taprooms wasn’t yet a major concern.
Craft beer has an identity crisis, Bell’s Brewery CEO Laura Bell told an audience of nearly 200 industry professionals attending Thursday’s Brewbound Session in New York City.
Independence matters to craft beer drinkers. During Thursday morning’s New York version of the Brewbound Session, Nielsen senior vice president of beverage alcohol practice Danny Brager and associate client manager Caitlyn Battaglia revealed the findings of a new 2,000-person Harris Poll survey co-developed by Brewbound and Nielsen examining whether 29 popular buzzwords used to market beer are resonating with regular craft beer drinkers.
Thin Film Electronics ASA, a global leader in NFC (near field communication) mobile marketing and smart product solutions, kicked off a collaboration with Coronado Brewing Co. by distributing innovative coasters that engaged the craft brewer’s consumers with the simple tap of a smartphone.
In today’s edition of Press Clips: The New Jersey attorney general calls the Hunterdon fine the ‘largest ever imposed’ in the state; Ballast Point opens its Virginia tasting room; Kevin Durant cracks open a few Bud Lights; and more.
The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA) now has a majority of support in the U.S. House of Representatives, with the addition of North Carolina Rep. David Rouzer as the legislation’s 218th co-sponsor.
In today’s edition of Press Clips: Texas craft brewers ask governor to veto taproom bill; the Maryland alcohol task force convenes; a federal court dismisses Total Wine’s pricing challenge; and the NFL allows spirits advertising.