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From 2012 to 2019, the number of craft breweries in the state rose from 50 to 230, according to Danielle D'Alessandro, executive director of the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild.
Notably, craft brewers are turning to the versatile and shelf-stable aluminum can instead of the traditional glass bottle.
1 makes significant changes to a25-year old law that craft brewers complained kept them locked into agreements with distributors even if those contracts were detrimental to their business.
Jared Resnick, CEO of Precision Fermentation, said, 'When craft brewers learn that they can now track dissolved oxygen, pH, gravity, pressure, and temperature from any web-connected phone, tablet, or PC, they become very interested to try BrewMonitor for themselves.
"I spoke to the brewer and he said he was the one who did the dive," said Calvin MacDowell, sampling Adams' ale at the New York Craft Brewers Festival in Albany.
To help craft breweries stand out from bigger beer companies and the craft brewers they've acquired, the Brewers Association created a logo that identifies the brewery as a craft brewer.
Last Post manager Jason Laurie said: "This the perfect opportunity to showcase the wonderful range of beers from independent British craft brewers."
As for craft brewers, there have never been fewer distributors than before.
Retail dollar sales of craft brewers increased by 8 percent.
Craft brewers were eager to learn about how they can set their brand apart.
"The craft brewers can't afford to rest on their laurels.
This year marked the 34th edition of the Craft Brewers Conference & Brew Expo America(CBC).
At first, we saw Big Beer brands spend millions of dollars to undermine independent craft brewers, like us, in ads mocking our creative flavors and styles.
Another factor working against craft brewers is the concerted investments made in this sector by the largest players.