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Having issues with TTB’s Permits Online? Maybe try this

Cincinnati OH, Nov. 12, 2018 — The Alcohol Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) sent out a bulletin late last week because of how many users have been having issues with the new Permits Online, including:

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Brewery Visits Grow Beer: What Can the Whole Industry Learn?

Boulder CO, Nov. 9, 2018 — The beer category has been in a bit of a rut lately. Per capita beer consumption has been steadily decreasing for a decade.

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Want your socks blown off? Here’s September’s 2018 domestic tax paid estimate for the beer industry

Cincinnati OH, Nov. 8, 2018 — Sorry. I might have been slightly deceptive with that headline. Your socks are probably going to stay on, which is probably for the best. This is just a “numbers” post on the unofficial estimate of domestic tax paid shipments by beer brewers for September 2018 compared to last year. […]

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Veteran-Owned Breweries Create Hop Blend

Boulder CO, Nov. 8, 2018 — Veteran-owned craft breweries from across the country met during the Craft Brewers Conference this year. Their mission? To select the hops that would become the Veterans Hop Blend.

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Brewing beer with tea: Here are the top teas and custom blends to consider

Cincinnati OH, Nov. 7, 2018 — The simplicity of combining tea, herbs and spices during the brewing process offers brewmasters an endless array of flavors to enhance the subtle nuances and adjust the flavor profile as they continue to innovate and chart new brewing territory. To understand these flavors better and which beer styles they […]

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Make Your Best Clone Beer

Replicating a beer is a different skill set (though it does overlap), but don’t worry too much about making an identical twin – making a great sibling is more than good enough, and who knows, you might even improve upon a classic!
Fort Collins CO, Nov. 6, 2018 — The Clone Beer category in the BJCP […]

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U.S. Breweries Hit New Milestone

Boulder CO, Nov. 6, 2018 — In case you’re looking for non-political news, we have some big beer news for you: U.S. craft breweries have officially shattered another milestone.

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You may not be Canadian, but you can still download this safety program checklist for craft breweries from the British Columbia government

Cincinnati OH, Nov. 6, 2018 — Breweries are manufacturing facilities that use a lot of mechanization, brew with hot liquids, employ dangerous chemicals and produce products that are basically 160-lb steel barrels. It’s not difficult to find a way to hurt yourself. Brewing is also a repetitive job, and that repetition can sometimes distract professionals […]

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The cannabis market explains why craft beer definition should always be updated

Cincinnati OH, Nov. 5, 2018 — No word or term has a static definition. Time has always brought changes to language to meet updated uses and expectations. In the case of “craft beer,” re-definition is its only reason to exist.

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Exploring the Most Brewery Rich Region in the World

Decoction mashing and patient lagering remain the norm across Upper Franconia, as they do in nearby Czechia—the two places in the world most famed for their attractive, flavorful lagers. Our correspondent takes a deep dive into the region.
Fort Collins CO, Nov. 1, 2018 — The hill that is the beating heart of Hallerndorf is called […]

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