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World's No.1 beer company falters in U.S.

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 25, 2019
Changing consumer tastes mean Anheuser-Busch InBev's star continues to fall in the U.S.
Bottles of Budweiser beer are displayed at an outdoor bar in New York City.
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The legal pitfalls of making “Liquid Aloha” outside Hawaii

by Ryan Finnerty Jul 8, 2019
Expanding the production of regionally themed beers has opened some breweries up to accusations they misled consumers about beers' origins.
Kona Brewing Company's Big Wave Golden Ale seen on the North Shore of Oahu. Following the June settlement, Kona will include brewing location on its cardboard packaging.
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Let's do the numbers on St. Patrick's Day

by Danielle Chiriguayo Mar 15, 2019
It'll be a shamrockin' good time.
Spectators dressed as leprechauns attend St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin on March 17, 2014.
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Waiter, there's corn syrup in my beer!

by Justin Ho Feb 4, 2019
Bud Light's Super Bowl ad called out Miller and Coors for using the sweet syrup.
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Companies and countries seek tariff exemptions

by Tracey Samuelson Mar 19, 2018
A beer trade group with members that sell the beverage in aluminum cans. Companies that want to show their products have a role in national security. And foreign trading blocs like the European Union. All these entities are trying to…

Let's do the numbers: St. Patrick's Day edition

by Danielle Chiriguayo Mar 15, 2018
From closed bars to Pedialyte, here are a few things you might not have known about the holiday.
A water taxi navigates the Chicago River shortly after it was dyed green in celebration of St. Patrick's Day on March 11, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.
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The craft beer industry may be a model for us all

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jan 25, 2018
The business is booming. And the reason may have to do with regulations.
The number of breweries in the U.S. expanded by a factor of six between 2008 and 2016, says Derek Thompson of The Atlantic.
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Men outnumber women in the beer business, but that could be changing

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Apr 13, 2017
At Three Weavers in California, Lynne Weaver and Alexandra Nowell are bucking the trend.
Kai Ryssdal talks with Alexandra Nowell, brewmaster at Three Weavers Brewing Co. in Inglewood, California.

Craft brewers say regulations are holding back growth

by Adam Allington Mar 2, 2017
President Trump says he'll cut the red tape that's hurting small businesses.
A view of several beverages from Denizens Brewing Co.
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From farm to glass: How hops are priced

by Robert Garrova Dec 26, 2016
Hops provide the bitter taste beer drinkers love, but who says how much these fragrant little flowers are worth?
Linda Reed of Paso Hops in California shows off some of the 2016 hops harvest. 
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