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AB InBev Gives Craft Beer Drinkers Yet Another Reason To Hate Them

“This is not an attack on craft beer, this is not an attack on competition. The only other beer that we reference in the spot is a fabricated, ludicrous flavor combination of pumpkin peach ale.” Hmmm…I think you actually attacked your own crafty Elysian beer, didn’t you?



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Golden Growlers at Tool Shed Brewing Company

Tool Shed Brewing is looking for 100 beer lovers to part with $5000 each to raise a total of $500,000 to complete the finishing touches in the brewery and have some operating capital for the year. Now you are probably thinking that five grand is a big chunk of change for a lousy growler, what gives? Well, that’s a pretty damn good question. The guys at Tool Shed came up with a great way to give you recognition and beer for life. Yup, beer for life. There are a few parts to the Golden Growler program, so here they are…



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Craft Beer Journal Hits 5000 Followers On Twitter

Thanks to our great followers for their retweets and mentions over this short time. We will continue to share craft beer related stories and news with you all via Twitter while sharing similar info on our Facebook, Linked In and Google+ accounts. Of course we will also continue to publish unique and relevant news, stories and articles on our own website, craftbeerjournal.com, as well.



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The Craft Beer Bubble

The craft beer bubble or should I say, what craft beer bubble? As you can tell I am not one of those supporters of the craft brewery doomsday posts that keep showing up in my social media feeds. I personally find it rather ridiculous that people think this is a fad and that the number of breweries matters instead of the amount of beer produced.



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Brewsters Brewing Company Pours into Alberta Liquor Stores

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Betting on Craft Beer

Betting on Craft Beer is easy money in Las Vegas if you ask me. On a recent trip to Las Vegas it was nice to see some positive changes in the craft beer scene since our last visit about a year and a half earlier. There are a some breweries in Las Vegas and it isn’t as easy to be profitable as you might think. The fact is that there are millions upon millions of visitors to this city each year and they all bring cash that they know they probably won’t leave with. Many of these visitors will end up drinking macro brewed beer, for some way too much. So why aren’t they drinking craft beer?