As the beer industry contracts, Budweiser sees its US sales position slip behind other macro brews Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite. Read More
Hops are the Herb of the Year
Hops have been named the Herb of the Year by the International Herb Association. Read More
Pabst Lays Off 18 Percent of its Employees
Pabst Brewing Company has announced another round of layoffs as it and other breweries face several marketplace challenges. Read More
Smuttynose Brewing to be Sold at Auction
Smuttynose Brewing Company has announced that they are putting their business up for sale by bank auction on March 9. Read More
Sierra Nevada and Samuel Adams to Sell Hazy IPAs
Sierra Nevada and Samuel Adams are beginning to brew their own versions of the immensely popular New England-style hazy IPAs. But they’ll face challenges in doing so. Read More
Southern Tier Brewing in Cleveland, Ohio
Southern Tier Brewing Co. continues a recent growth spurt with plans to open a new taproom in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Read More
Over 6,000 Breweries in the United States
According to a report, the number of breweries in the United States numbered more than 6,000 in 2017. Read a summary of the report and check out the link to the complete findings. Read More
MillerCoors to Acquire Majority Stake in Terrapin Beer Co.
Chicago-based MillerCoors announced Wednesday an agreement to acquire a majority interest in Athens, Georgia-based Terrapin Beer Co. Read More
Proud to Support Independent Craft Brewers
For years, small and independent U.S. craft breweries have been turning the beer world upside down. Their ability to take risks, innovate flavors and build better communities has made the U.S. the craft beer capital of the world.
To proudly display that independent spirit, the Brewers Association created a symbol to unify U.S. craft breweries and those who want to support them. This certified mark gives beer lovers an easy way to identify independent craft beer.
Learn more about what it means to be an Independent Craft Brewer by visiting the Brewers Association.