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Hop Take: Did Millennials Kill the King of Beers?

Hop Take: Did Millennials Kill the King of Beers?

Beer market data has been flooding the newswires in the last two weeks, with 2017 reports offering a bevy of conclusions about the state of the beer industry. One takeaway garnering lots of attention this week is this: Budweiser, for the first time, has slipped out of the top three of the country’s best-selling beers. Budweiser […]

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Beer and American Patriotism are Inseparable Thanks to WWII

Beer and American Patriotism are Inseparable Thanks to WWII

As anyone who has ever watched any sports broadcast can attest, nothing is more American than beer. Served ice-cold on a hot summer day. In tandem with baseball, perhaps, or maybe church.  Better still — over Memorial Day weekend, or beneath fireworks on the goddamn Fourth of July. The root of our beer-soaked nationalism is […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Budweiser

10 Things You Should Know About Budweiser

Love it or hate it, it’s impossible to think of American beer without thinking of Budweiser. The beer is simple by design — some say that its ultra-light flavor is what makes it beautiful. Today, Budweiser is one of the best selling beers in the U.S. But before Budweiser became a behemoth, it was a […]

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The 10 Worst Beers In The World

The 10 Worst Beers In The World

We generally don’t like to get too negative here. It gives us wrinkles. But when a reliable beer rating site makes a well-informed, style-adjusted list of the worst beers in the world, we’re gonna tune in. Maybe share some of the list. Impartially. Mostly impartially. Before you call snobbery — OK, it was a poor […]

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Anheuser-Busch Halts Brewing To Ship Water

Anheuser-Busch Halts Brewing To Ship Water

Since the middle of May, following record-shattering rainfall across Texas and Oklahoma, both states are experiencing relentless, devastating flash flooding. With over 37 trillion gallons of rainfall in Texas alone, the entire region has been crippled by the natural disaster, which has left at least 23 people dead. In Houston, TX, the damages have already […]

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Yuengling Being Named A Craft Brewer Signals Craft’s Intention To Spend Big Bucks Against Big Beer

Yuengling Being Named A Craft Brewer Signals Craft’s Intention To Spend Big Bucks Against Big Beer

In business, the companies that win are those who are able to capture the largest share of the market. Whether that market share comes from having a first mover advantage or a more innovative product, once captured, most companies will do anything they can to protect it. Recently that’s exactly what the macro brewers have […]

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