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Southern Craft: A Regional Beer Awakening

Craft brewing in the Gulf states, and especially in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, lags behind the rest of the country as far as number of breweries and breweries per capita. But even with that handicap, the economic benefits of southern craft beer culture are being felt by brewers, retailers, consumers and the wider business communities.

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Good Beer Gas II: Nitro Beer Thrives

While America’s craft brewers continue to focus on the ever-popular India pale ale, increasingly dabble in sour styles, and churn out an endless release of lagers and ales with exciting and exotic ingredients, there remains strong consumer demand for roasty and balanced beers. Brewers have taken notice and are releasing porters and stouts, often offering them nitrogenized.

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Women Shaping the Business of Beer

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Women Shaping the Business of Beer

Here are a few of the women who are taking leadership in the business of craft beer. Whether they’re managing employees, handling client relations, helping set up and promote big community events, or—more likely—a combination of all of the above, these women are helping the beer industry thrive.

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7 Beer Styles Brewed with Food

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7 Beer Styles Brewed with Food

But how about putting chocolate, fruit, or even hot peppers in your beer? That’s the most basic beer and food pairing, after all: beer styles brewed with food. Here are seven excellent American craft beer styles made with everyday foods you’ll find in your kitchen.

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Craft Beer Muses

Join a Beer Club!

The options for fans to join beer club seems to be as diverse as craft beer itself. These are just a few of the thousands of options for joining a beer club. Be sure to reach out to your local breweries and find out what options are in your area.

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Craft Beer Muses

American Wheat Beers

Traditionally pale yellow to gold in color beneath a frothy, white head, American wheats are crisp and refreshing, with a relatively low 4 to 5.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV) content.

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