More than half of America’s craft brewers, representing more than 75 per cent of craft beer volume, have adopted the Brewers Association’s independence seal.
Record numbers of breweries opened across the US during 2017, despite the sector experiencing its lowest growth rate in years, the Craft Brewers Conference has heard.
Often referred to as ‘the Olympics of Beer’, the World Beer Cup was developed in 1996 to celebrate the art and science of brewing.
The 35th edition of the Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America (CBC) will be held in Nashville, Tennessee from April 30 to May 3.
Founder and past president Charlie Papazian is to exit the Brewers Association in January 2019, marking his 70th birthday.
Cans now account for more than 30 per cent of packaged craft beer in the United States, according to new research for the Brewers Association.
A new tool developed by an American research team aims to assist the beer community in executing more harmonious and imaginative food pairings.
There was little in the way of a pattern to the closures of 97 breweries in the United States last year, according to Brewers Association chief economist Bart Watson.
This week we caught up with the Brewers Association’s Chief Economist, Bart Watson, to discuss the state of the craft beer industry in the United States and what we can expect from the economy looking forward.
Breweries should focus unwaveringly on their local markets and not rely too heavily on one flagship beer, according to American industry pioneers.