Economics may be driving the change.
A new tax cut benefiting alcohol manufacturers was lauded by the industry, but belied Republican promises to eliminate special treatment for chosen businesses.
If there’s a brewery bubble, it hasn’t popped yet.
It’s the first decline in brewery launches since 2011.
Even if you never drink beers produced by SABMiller, Anheuser-Busch InBev or their biggest competitors, the merger’s effects may trickle into the smallest corners of the $100-billion-per-year beer industry.
F-Town has proven a popular gathering spot for craft beer lovers since opening about a month ago.
Minneapolis’ Midtown Global Market gains a new anchor in its southeast corner when East Lake Craft Brewery opens Thursday, Dec. 11.
Within a few minutes of the first couple of exits on I-94 East, there are no less than six fully stocked, fully staffed liquor stores.
The Brewers Association said that, in 2012, the craft beer industry had a $741.85 million “economic impact” in Minnesota.
A family feud at Guatemala’s Gallo beer brewer has opened doors to what could be Anheuser-Busch InBev’s next big gulp.
It’s adding a 51,000-square-foot production facility in Northeast Minneapolis, which will allow it to boost capacity and expand distribution outside the Twin Cities.
How Cold Spring Brewing, once the laughingstock of the beer industry, went from the verge of liquidation to a diversified and growing beverage company.
As the market matures, brand differentiation is going to make a big difference for craft breweries — but craft beer marketers don’t seem to be paying attention.
For the first time since 1964, when Fleckenstein Brewery closed, Faribault will have its own brewery.
With Minnesota brewers old and new embracing craft beer as never before, filmmaker Dave Okar attempts to document the styles.
Oktoberfest celebrations like ‘Gay Sunday’ this past weekend are helping gays and lesbians boost their visibility at a time when Germany is debating gay marriage.
After state laws were changed to allow breweries to sell pints for consumption onsite, the Minneapolis City Council wasted no time in adjusting city ordinances to make the most of the brewing opportunity.