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What can the beer market tell us about the economy?
A beer industry group's data shows a steep decline for the craft segment in February as consumers spent more consciously.
It's no longer just "dry January" – sales of nonalcoholic beverages skyrocket
Much of the boost has to do with wellness, but it also has to do with cost.
Building a Black-owned brewery through the pandemic
Teo Hunter of Crowns & Hops Brewing is creating a brand that can be "a case study to what it means to be accomplishing racial equity."
Beverage companies angle for the new "it" drink
PepsiCo selling Tropicana and Molson Coors nixing 11 beers are the latest signs the industry is trying to adapt to ever-changing tastes.
Why the founders of Crowns & Hops are running a brewing company with a mission
"This absolutely is about racial equity," said Teo Hunter, COO of Crowns & Hops Brewing Co.
Craft brewers cut down carbon dioxide pollution during COVID-19
Capturing carbon is expensive, so most brewers usually just release the gas into the atmosphere. That's changing during the pandemic.
Retail beer sales are up but that's not cutting it for many craft breweries
Smaller brewers often don't have enough of a retail presence to offset loss of sales in bars and restaurants.
Craft spirits and craft brewers compete for thirsty consumers
It's a hard-fought battle for market share.
The craft beer industry may be a model for us all
The business is booming. And the reason may have to do with regulations.
What you learn when you spend a year drinking beer
Kai Ryssdal talks with Lucy Burningham about her new book, “My Beer Year”.