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Beer: Saving a town from drought

Apr 15, 2014
A brewery steps in when a town's given a grave diagnosis.
Posted In: beer, California drought 2014
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St. Patrick O'Nomics

Mar 17, 2014
Businesses are making a lot of green this St. Patrick's Day
Posted In: st. patrick's day, beer
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Would you bid on a $1,200 bottle of beer?

Feb 24, 2014
Raising paddles for classic ales, stouts, and IPAs at Skinner auction house.
Posted In: beer, auctions, craft beer
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Beer per minimum wage hour

Feb 7, 2014
Somewhere between economics and happy hour
Posted In: beer, minimum wage
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There are communities where Prohibition still exists, and it's costing them

Dec 5, 2013
More dry counties have been phasing out Prohibition-era laws, in part to attract more businesses.
Posted In: Prohibition, beer, liquor sales
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The buzz on Americans drinking less beer

Aug 15, 2013
According to a recent Gallup poll, only 36 percent of Americans who drink alcohol say that beer is their beverage of choice.
Posted In: beer, craft beer
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Cheap beer not as cheap anymore

Jul 4, 2013
As hipsters demand more Pabst Blue Ribbon, restaurants and bars raise prices.
Posted In: beer, Pabst Brewing Co.
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Craft beer might get a Texas-sized boost in Lone Star State

May 17, 2013
Texas lawmakers decide whether to allow craft beer sales at grocery stores and brewery tours. It could mean a big boost for craft breweries.
Posted In: texas, beer, craft beer
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Budweiser ties one on to boost sales

May 6, 2013
Bud releases a new can today shaped like a bow-tie and tests the theory that packaging alone can pay off.
Posted In: beverages, beer, Budweiser, packaging
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TGIF: Company hosts Beer Cart Fridays

Mar 8, 2013
A health care employer in Florida has a great company policy: Beer Cart Fridays -- on the company's time and dime.
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