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New Craft Beer – Who Owns the Craft Brewery?

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Craft breweries have transformed global beer markets over the past two decades, ending a century of consolidation that resulted in the domination of a few global multinationals and the homogenization of lager. They started small and isolated, but they have now transformed the world of beer.

The brewing community continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, expanding everyone else’s definition of what beer can be. Whether it’s a hazy IPA or a sour ale, the brewing world continues to produce some truly outstanding beers.

But it’s also time to re-examine some of the fundamentals that got us here. As the industry matures from its adolescent infancy, it’s time to address some of the thorny questions that have arisen.

One of those questions is who owns the craft brewery. Many independent breweries have been acquired by larger breweries, and that trend is only expected to continue. With that in mind, it’s important for craft breweries to be able to differentiate themselves from the rest of the market based on more than just the style of the beer they produce.

With that in mind, we asked breweries to share their newest beer that best represents who they are. Here’s what they came up with.

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