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Deschutes & Goose Island Brewery Release Barrel-Old Belgian Style Ale

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12. december 2013

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Den tredje og sidste udgivelse i Deschutes Brewery's Class of '88 samarbejdsserie er med Goose Island og vil se en udgivelse senere på måneden i form af "Belgian-style Ale". Selvom øllet ikke er det mest spændende navn, er det faktisk 100% tønde-lagret med lidt frugt til en mest interessant ny udgivelse.
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5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværksølølere i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år slog Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen noget slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsprocess og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Inden da forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sænke ned �raditionel ” søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, tog Bryggeriforeningen endelig imod bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brygning (1860) og Monroe, Wis.-baseret Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 som Blumer Brewing) ind i folden.

Mens den nye definition teknisk vundet & apost træder i kraft, indtil Brewers Association udarbejder sin statistik for 2014 i februar, var ændringen en enorm aftale for gruppen og håndværksølsamfundet generelt. Brewers Association & aposs bestyrelse indeholder nogle af de mest indflydelsesrige navne inden for håndværksøl, herunder Sierra Nevada grundlægger Ken Grossman, Nyt Belgien Administrerende direktør Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head skaberen Sam Calagione, Afskærer brygning leder Larry Fish og Allagash hoved Rob Tod. Det er nogle af de længst bevarede personer i dette hjørne af branchen, og deres håndværksbryggerdefinition & aposs-indvirkning på små ældre bryggerier er sandsynligvis ikke tabt på dem.

Et af de større spørgsmål var imidlertid, at Brewers Association & aposs holdning forårsagede nogle brud blandt små bryggerier ad gangen håndværk øl mindst havde råd til det. Brewers Association havde sponsoreret Small BREW Act på kongressen og presset på for skattelettelser for bryggerier, der producerer 6 millioner tønder eller mindre. Den lobbybaserede ølinstitutgruppe i Beer Institute i Washington havde støttet den konkurrerende BEER Act, der ville give skattelettelser til alle bryggerier, men i]  -stigninger baseret på produktion. Brewers Association & aposs -forslaget trækker en fast grænse mellem 𠇌raft ” og importører/store bryggerier, men det så rystende ud, da BA aktivt spottede små bryggerier som 𠇌rafty. ” Bestyrelsen vidste, at det havde brug for de små bryggerier og apos -støtte men ifølge BA & aposs-erklæring kunne “ for at skifte hest i midten af ​​kongressmødet have brændt foreningens & aposs 'evne til at få Congressions medsponsorer til enhver lovgivning, måske i et par årtier. ”

De politiske konsekvenser af denne tweak bør ikke overses. The Brewers Association anerkender, at den forsøger at tage 10% af ølmarkedet i volumen og ændrede sin mission statement til at afspejle et nyt mål om 20% markedsandel inden 2020. Ved at bringe Yuengling om bord tilføjede BA netop en brygger, der producerede 2,79 millioner tønder i 2013.

Når det er sagt, betyder det ikke, at Brewers Association er villig til at indbringe ethvert bryggeri med mindre end 6 millioner tønder amerikansk produktion. Den ȁUafhængige ” -del af sin håndværksbryggerdefinition gælder stadig og udelukker stadig enhver brygger, der sælger mere end 25% af deres drift til et medlem af alkoholindustrien, der ikke er en håndværksbrygger. Det udelader Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, da de Delaware-baserede bryggerier ejes af 49% Anheuser-Busch InBev (KNOP)-Få rapport, og den seneste Patchogue, N.Y.-baserede A-B-erhvervelse Blue Point Brewing.

Denne andel på 25% er nu grænselinjen. Fald på eller under det, som Athen, Ga.-baseret Terrapin øl gør med en andel på under 25% ejet af MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP)-Få rapport —, og du & aposre i. Drift over det med en andel ejet af MillerCoors, AB InBev eller en anden stor brygger BA anser det upassende (selvom Kansas City-baserede Boulevard Brygning og Cooperstown, N.Y.-baseret bryggeri Ommegang & aposs ejer, Belgien & aposs Duvel Moortgat, er bare fin af BA) og du & aposre ekskommunikeret.

Mens håndværksølens sortliste ikke er og er apost, hvad det plejede at være, er der stadig nok bemærkelsesværdige bryggerier på det til at gøre det værd at nævne. Her er kun fem:

5. Goose Island Bryggeri
Chicago
Hvorfor det & aposs ikke laver: Ejet af Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island kunne ikke & apost vinde, så hvorfor prøve?

Bryggeriet i Chicago startede i 1988, men fik sin første smag af håndværksølens vrede, da det sluttede sig til Redhook og Widmer Brothers i Craft Brewers Alliance i 2006. På trods af at mætte Chicagoland -området i 312 Urban Wheat om sommeren og varme det op med sin fadlagrede Bourbon Country Stout i løbet af vinteren, kom den lejlighedsvis med kritik for at have tilknyttet et kollektiv, der blev distribueret og delvist ejet af Anheuser-Busch.

På trods af en pokalæske fuld af medaljer fra Brewers Association & aposs Great American Beer Festival, hvisker om det angiveligt uundgåelige fald i Goose Island & aposs kvalitet blev øredøvende. Sidste år solgte grundlægger John Hall virksomheden direkte til Anheuser-Busch InBev for 38,8 millioner dollars. Siden da er spørgsmål om Goose Island, der blev et nationalt mærke (hvilket det til en vis grad var, da Craft Brewers Alliance bryggede det forskellige steder) og om Bourbon County Stout, der kører året rundt, fortsat cirkuleret.


5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværksølølere i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år slog Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen noget slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsprocess og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Før det forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sænke ned �raditionel ” søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, tog Bryggeriforeningen endelig imod bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brewing (1860) og Monroe, Wis.-baseret Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 som Blumer Brewing) ind i folden.

Mens den nye definition teknisk vundet & apost træder i kraft, indtil Brewers Association udarbejder sin statistik for 2014 i februar, var ændringen en enorm aftale for gruppen og håndværksølsamfundet generelt. Brewers Association & aposs bestyrelse indeholder nogle af de mest indflydelsesrige navne inden for håndværksøl, herunder Sierra Nevada grundlægger Ken Grossman, Nyt Belgien Administrerende direktør Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head skaberen Sam Calagione, Afskærer brygning leder Larry Fish og Allagash hoved Rob Tod. Det er nogle af de længst bevarede personer i dette hjørne af branchen, og deres håndværksbryggerdefinition & aposs-indvirkning på små ældre bryggerier er sandsynligvis ikke tabt på dem.

Et af de større spørgsmål var imidlertid, at Brewers Association & aposs holdning forårsagede nogle brud blandt små bryggerier ad gangen håndværk øl mindst havde råd til det. Brewers Association havde sponsoreret Small BREW Act på kongressen og presset på for skattelettelser for bryggerier, der producerer 6 millioner tønder eller mindre. Washington-baserede Beer Institute-industriens lobbygruppe havde støttet den konkurrerende BEER Act, der ville give skattelettelser til alle bryggerier, men i]  -stigninger baseret på produktion. Brewers Association & aposs -forslaget trækker en fast grænse mellem 𠇌raft ” og importører/store bryggerier, men det så rystende ud, da BA aktivt spottede små bryggerier som 𠇌rafty. ” Bestyrelsen vidste, at det havde brug for de små bryggerier og apos -støtte men ifølge BA & aposs-erklæring kunne “ for at skifte hest i midten af ​​kongressmødet have brændt foreningens & aposs 'evne til at få Congressions medsponsorer til enhver lovgivning, måske i et par årtier. ”

De politiske konsekvenser af denne tweak bør ikke overses. The Brewers Association anerkender, at det forsøger at tage 10% af ølmarkedet i volumen og ændrede sin mission statement til at afspejle et nyt mål om 20% markedsandel inden 2020. Ved at bringe Yuengling om bord tilføjede BA netop en brygger, der producerede 2,79 millioner tønder i 2013.

Når det er sagt, betyder det ikke, at Brewers Association er villig til at indbringe ethvert bryggeri med mindre end 6 millioner tønder amerikansk produktion. Den ȁUafhængige ” -del af dens håndværksbryggerdefinition gælder stadig og udelukker stadig enhver bryggeri, der sælger mere end 25% af deres drift til et medlem af alkoholindustrien, der ikke er en håndværksbrygger. Det udelader Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, da de Delaware-baserede bryggerier ejes af 49% Anheuser-Busch InBev (KNOP)-Få rapport, og den seneste Patchogue, N.Y.-baserede A-B-erhvervelse Blue Point Brewing.

Denne andel på 25% er nu grænselinjen. Fald på eller under det, som Athen, Ga.-baseret Terrapin øl gør med en andel på under 25% ejet af MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP)-Få rapport —, og du & aposre i. Drift over det med en andel ejet af MillerCoors, AB InBev eller enhver anden stor brygger BA anser det upassende (selvom Kansas City-baserede Boulevard Brygning og Cooperstown, N.Y.-baseret bryggeri Ommegang & aposs ejer, Belgien & aposs Duvel Moortgat, er bare fin af BA) og du & aposre ekskommunikeret.

Mens håndværksølens sortliste ikke er og er apost, hvad det plejede at være, er der stadig nok bemærkelsesværdige bryggerier på det til at gøre det værd at nævne. Her er kun fem:

5. Goose Island Bryggeri
Chicago
Hvorfor det & aposs ikke laver: Ejet af Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island kunne ikke & apost vinde, så hvorfor prøve?

Bryggeriet i Chicago startede i 1988, men fik sin første smag af håndværksølens vrede, da det sluttede sig til Redhook og Widmer Brothers i Craft Brewers Alliance i 2006. På trods af at mætte Chicagoland -området i 312 Urban Wheat om sommeren og varme det op med sin fadlagrede Bourbon Country Stout i løbet af vinteren, kom den lejlighedsvis med kritik for at have tilknyttet et kollektiv, der blev distribueret og delvist ejet af Anheuser-Busch.

På trods af en pokalæske fuld af medaljer fra Brewers Association & aposs Great American Beer Festival, hvisker om det angiveligt uundgåelige fald i Goose Island & aposs kvalitet blev øredøvende. Sidste år solgte grundlægger John Hall virksomheden direkte til Anheuser-Busch InBev for 38,8 millioner dollars. Siden da er spørgsmål om Goose Island, der blev et nationalt mærke (hvilket det til en vis grad var, da Craft Brewers Alliance bryggede det forskellige steder) og om Bourbon County Stout, der kører året rundt, fortsat cirkuleret.


5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværksølølere i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år slog Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen noget slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsprocess og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Før det forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sænke ned �raditionel ” søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, tog Bryggeriforeningen endelig imod bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brygning (1860) og Monroe, Wis.-baseret Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 som Blumer Brewing) ind i folden.

Mens den nye definition teknisk vundet & apost træder i kraft, indtil Brewers Association udarbejder sin statistik for 2014 i februar, var ændringen en enorm aftale for gruppen og håndværksølsamfundet generelt. Brewers Association & aposs bestyrelse indeholder nogle af de mest indflydelsesrige navne inden for håndværksøl, herunder Sierra Nevada grundlægger Ken Grossman, Nyt Belgien Administrerende direktør Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head skaberen Sam Calagione, Afskærer brygning leder Larry Fish og Allagash hoved Rob Tod. Det er nogle af de længst bevarede personer i dette hjørne af branchen, og deres håndværksbryggerdefinition & aposs-indvirkning på små ældre bryggerier er sandsynligvis ikke tabt på dem.

Et af de større spørgsmål var imidlertid, at Brewers Association & aposs holdning forårsagede nogle brud blandt små bryggerier ad gangen håndværk øl mindst havde råd til det. Brewers Association havde sponsoreret Small BREW Act i kongressen og presset på for skattelettelser for bryggerier, der producerer 6 millioner tønder eller mindre. Washington-baserede Beer Institute-industriens lobbygruppe havde støttet den konkurrerende BEER Act, der ville give skattelettelser til alle bryggerier, men i]  -stigninger baseret på produktion. Brewers Association & aposs -forslaget trækker en fast grænse mellem 𠇌raft ” og importører/store bryggerier, men det så rystende ud, da BA aktivt spottede små bryggerier som 𠇌rafty. ” Bestyrelsen vidste, at det havde brug for de små bryggerier og apos -støtte men ifølge BA & aposs-erklæring kunne “ for at skifte hest i midten af ​​kongressmødet have brændt foreningens og aposs 'evne til at få Congressions medsponsorer til enhver lovgivning, måske i et par årtier. ”

De politiske konsekvenser af denne tweak bør ikke overses. The Brewers Association erkender, at den forsøger at tage 10% af ølmarkedet i volumen og ændrede sin mission statement til at afspejle et nyt mål om 20% markedsandel inden 2020. Ved at bringe Yuengling om bord tilføjede BA netop en brygger, der producerede 2,79 millioner tønder i 2013.

Når det er sagt, betyder det ikke, at Brewers Association er villige til at indbringe ethvert bryggeri med mindre end 6 millioner tønder amerikansk produktion. Den ȁUafhængige ” -del af dens håndværksbryggerdefinition gælder stadig og udelukker stadig enhver bryggeri, der sælger mere end 25% af deres drift til et medlem af alkoholindustrien, der ikke er en håndværksbrygger. Det udelader Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, da de Delaware-baserede bryggerier ejes af 49% Anheuser-Busch InBev (KNOP)-Få rapport, og den seneste Patchogue, NY-baserede A-B-erhvervelse Blue Point Brewing.

Denne andel på 25% er nu grænselinjen. Fald på eller under det, som Athen, Ga.-baseret Terrapin øl gør med en andel på under 25% ejet af MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP)-Få rapport —, og du & aposre i. Drift over det med en andel ejet af MillerCoors, AB InBev eller enhver anden stor brygger BA anser det upassende (selvom Kansas City-baserede Boulevard Brygning og Cooperstown, N.Y.-baseret bryggeri Ommegang & aposs ejer, Belgien & aposs Duvel Moortgat, er bare fin af BA) og du & aposre ekskommunikeret.

Mens håndværksølens sortliste ikke er og er apost, hvad det plejede at være, er der stadig nok bemærkelsesværdige bryggerier på det til at gøre det værd at nævne. Her er kun fem:

5. Goose Island Bryggeri
Chicago
Hvorfor det & aposs ikke laver: Ejet af Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island kunne ikke & apost vinde, så hvorfor prøve?

Bryggeriet i Chicago startede i 1988, men fik sin første smag af håndværksølens vrede, da det sluttede sig til Redhook og Widmer Brothers i Craft Brewers Alliance i 2006. På trods af at mætte Chicagoland -området i 312 Urban Wheat om sommeren og varme det op med sin fadlagrede Bourbon Country Stout i løbet af vinteren, kom den lejlighedsvis med kritik for at have tilknyttet et kollektiv, der blev distribueret og delvist ejet af Anheuser-Busch.

På trods af en pokalæske fuld af medaljer fra Brewers Association & aposs Great American Beer Festival, hvisker om det angiveligt uundgåelige fald i Goose Island & aposs kvalitet blev øredøvende. Sidste år solgte grundlægger John Hall virksomheden direkte til Anheuser-Busch InBev for 38,8 millioner dollars. Siden da er spørgsmål om Goose Island, der blev et nationalt mærke (hvilket det til en vis grad var, da Craft Brewers Alliance bryggede det forskellige steder) og om Bourbon County Stout, der kører året rundt, fortsat cirkuleret.


5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværksølølere i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år slog Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen noget slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsprocess og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Inden da forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sænke ned �raditionel ” søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, tog Bryggeriforeningen endelig imod bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brygning (1860) og Monroe, Wis.-baseret Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 som Blumer Brewing) ind i folden.

Mens den nye definition teknisk vundet & apost træder i kraft, indtil Brewers Association udarbejder sin statistik for 2014 i februar, var ændringen en enorm aftale for gruppen og håndværksølsamfundet generelt. Brewers Association & aposs bestyrelse indeholder nogle af de mest indflydelsesrige navne inden for håndværksøl, herunder Sierra Nevada grundlægger Ken Grossman, Nyt Belgien Administrerende direktør Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head skaberen Sam Calagione, Afskærer brygning leder Larry Fish og Allagash hoved Rob Tod. Det er nogle af de længst bevarede personer i dette hjørne af branchen, og deres håndværksbryggerdefinition & aposs-indvirkning på små ældre bryggerier er sandsynligvis ikke tabt på dem.

Et af de større spørgsmål var imidlertid, at Brewers Association & aposs holdning forårsagede nogle brud blandt små bryggerier ad gangen håndværk øl mindst havde råd til det. Brewers Association havde sponsoreret Small BREW Act i kongressen og presset på for skattelettelser for bryggerier, der producerer 6 millioner tønder eller mindre. Den lobbybaserede ølinstitutgruppe i Beer Institute i Washington havde støttet den konkurrerende BEER Act, der ville give skattelettelser til alle bryggerier, men i]  -stigninger baseret på produktion. Brewers Association & aposs -forslaget trækker en fast grænse mellem 𠇌raft ” og importører/store bryggerier, men det så rystende ud, da BA aktivt spottede små bryggerier som 𠇌rafty. ” Bestyrelsen vidste, at det havde brug for de små bryggerier og apos -støtte men ifølge BA & aposs-erklæring kunne “ for at skifte hest i midten af ​​kongressmødet have brændt foreningens og aposs 'evne til at få Congressions medsponsorer til enhver lovgivning, måske i et par årtier. ”

De politiske konsekvenser af denne tweak bør ikke overses. The Brewers Association erkender, at den forsøger at tage 10% af ølmarkedet i volumen og ændrede sin mission statement til at afspejle et nyt mål om 20% markedsandel inden 2020. Ved at bringe Yuengling om bord tilføjede BA netop en brygger, der producerede 2,79 millioner tønder i 2013.

Når det er sagt, betyder det ikke, at Brewers Association er villige til at indbringe ethvert bryggeri med mindre end 6 millioner tønder amerikansk produktion. Den ȁUafhængige ” -del af dens håndværksbryggerdefinition gælder stadig og udelukker stadig enhver bryggeri, der sælger mere end 25% af deres drift til et medlem af alkoholindustrien, der ikke er en håndværksbrygger. Det udelader Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, da de Delaware-baserede bryggerier ejes af 49% Anheuser-Busch InBev (KNOP)-Få rapport, og den seneste Patchogue, NY-baserede A-B-erhvervelse Blue Point Brewing.

Denne andel på 25% er nu grænselinjen. Fald på eller under det, som Athen, Ga.-baseret Terrapin øl gør med en andel på under 25% ejet af MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP)-Få rapport —, og du & aposre i. Drift over det med en andel ejet af MillerCoors, AB InBev eller enhver anden stor brygger BA anser det upassende (selvom Kansas City-baserede Boulevard Brygning og Cooperstown, N.Y.-baseret bryggeri Ommegang & aposs ejer, Belgien & aposs Duvel Moortgat, er bare fin af BA) og du & aposre ekskommunikeret.

Mens håndværksølens sortliste ikke er og er apost, hvad det plejede at være, er der stadig nok bemærkelsesværdige bryggerier på det til at gøre det værd at nævne. Her er kun fem:

5. Goose Island Bryggeri
Chicago
Hvorfor det & aposs ikke laver: Ejet af Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island kunne ikke & apost vinde, så hvorfor prøve?

Bryggeriet i Chicago startede i 1988, men fik sin første smag af håndværksølens vrede, da det sluttede sig til Redhook og Widmer Brothers i Craft Brewers Alliance i 2006. På trods af at mætte Chicagoland -området i 312 Urban Wheat om sommeren og varme det op med sin fadlagrede Bourbon Country Stout i løbet af vinteren, kom den lejlighedsvis med kritik for at have tilknyttet et kollektiv, der blev distribueret og delvist ejet af Anheuser-Busch.

På trods af en pokalæske fuld af medaljer fra Brewers Association & aposs Great American Beer Festival, hvisker om det angiveligt uundgåelige fald i Goose Island & aposs kvalitet blev øredøvende. Sidste år solgte grundlægger John Hall virksomheden direkte til Anheuser-Busch InBev for 38,8 millioner dollars. Siden da er spørgsmål om Goose Island, der blev et nationalt mærke (hvilket det i en grad var, da Craft Brewers Alliance bryggede det forskellige steder) og om Bourbon County Stout, der kører året rundt, fortsat cirkuleret.


5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværk ølbryggerier i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år skar Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen en smule slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsproces og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Inden da forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sænke ned �raditionel ” søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, tog Bryggeriforeningen endelig imod bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brewing (1860) og Monroe, Wis.-baseret Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 som Blumer Brewing) ind i folden.

Mens den nye definition teknisk vundet & apost træder i kraft, indtil Brewers Association udarbejder sin statistik for 2014 i februar, var ændringen en enorm aftale for gruppen og håndværksølsamfundet generelt. Brewers Association & aposs bestyrelse indeholder nogle af de mest indflydelsesrige navne inden for håndværksøl, herunder Sierra Nevada grundlægger Ken Grossman, Nyt Belgien Administrerende direktør Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head skaberen Sam Calagione, Afskærer brygning leder Larry Fish og Allagash hoved Rob Tod. Det er nogle af de længst bevarede personer i dette hjørne af branchen, og deres håndværksbryggerdefinition & aposs-indvirkning på små ældre bryggerier er sandsynligvis ikke tabt på dem.

Et af de større spørgsmål var imidlertid, at Brewers Association & aposs holdning forårsagede nogle brud blandt små bryggerier ad gangen håndværk øl mindst havde råd til det. Brewers Association havde sponsoreret Small BREW Act på kongressen og presset på for skattelettelser for bryggerier, der producerer 6 millioner tønder eller mindre. Den lobbybaserede ølinstitutgruppe i Beer Institute i Washington havde støttet den konkurrerende BEER Act, der ville give skattelettelser til alle bryggerier, men i]  -stigninger baseret på produktion. Brewers Association & aposs -forslaget trækker en fast grænse mellem 𠇌raft ” og importører/store bryggerier, men det så rystende ud, da BA aktivt spottede små bryggerier som 𠇌rafty. ” Bestyrelsen vidste, at det havde brug for de små bryggerier og apos -støtte men ifølge BA & aposs-erklæring kunne “ for at skifte hest i midten af ​​kongressmødet have brændt foreningens og aposs 'evne til at få Congressions medsponsorer til enhver lovgivning, måske i et par årtier. ”

De politiske konsekvenser af denne tweak bør ikke overses. The Brewers Association erkender, at den forsøger at tage 10% af ølmarkedet i volumen og ændrede sin mission statement til at afspejle et nyt mål om 20% markedsandel inden 2020. Ved at bringe Yuengling om bord tilføjede BA netop en brygger, der producerede 2,79 millioner tønder i 2013.

Når det er sagt, betyder det ikke, at Brewers Association er villige til at indbringe ethvert bryggeri med mindre end 6 millioner tønder amerikansk produktion. Den ȁUafhængige ” -del af dens håndværksbryggerdefinition gælder stadig og udelukker stadig enhver bryggeri, der sælger mere end 25% af deres drift til et medlem af alkoholindustrien, der ikke er en håndværksbrygger. Det udelader Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, da de Delaware-baserede bryggerier ejes af 49% Anheuser-Busch InBev (KNOP)-Få rapport, og den seneste Patchogue, NY-baserede A-B-erhvervelse Blue Point Brewing.

Denne andel på 25% er nu grænselinjen. Fald på eller under det, som Athen, Ga.-baseret Terrapin øl gør med en andel på under 25% ejet af MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP)-Få rapport —, og du & aposre i. Drift over det med en andel ejet af MillerCoors, AB InBev eller enhver anden stor brygger BA anser det upassende (selvom Kansas City-baserede Boulevard Brygning og Cooperstown, N.Y.-baseret bryggeri Ommegang & aposs ejer, Belgien & aposs Duvel Moortgat, er bare fin af BA) og du & aposre ekskommunikeret.

Mens håndværksølens sortliste ikke er og er apost, hvad det plejede at være, er der stadig nok bemærkelsesværdige bryggerier på det til at gøre det værd at nævne. Her er kun fem:

5. Goose Island Bryggeri
Chicago
Hvorfor det & aposs ikke laver: Ejet af Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island kunne ikke & apost vinde, så hvorfor prøve?

Bryggeriet i Chicago startede i 1988, men fik sin første smag af håndværksølens vrede, da det sluttede sig til Redhook og Widmer Brothers i Craft Brewers Alliance i 2006. På trods af at mætte Chicagoland -området i 312 Urban Wheat om sommeren og varme det op med sin fadlagrede Bourbon Country Stout i løbet af vinteren, kom den lejlighedsvis med kritik for at have tilknyttet et kollektiv, der blev distribueret og delvist ejet af Anheuser-Busch.

På trods af en pokalæske fuld af medaljer fra Brewers Association & aposs Great American Beer Festival, hvisker om det angiveligt uundgåelige fald i Goose Island & aposs kvalitet blev øredøvende. Sidste år solgte grundlægger John Hall virksomheden direkte til Anheuser-Busch InBev for 38,8 millioner dollars. Siden da er spørgsmål om Goose Island, der blev et nationalt mærke (hvilket det i en grad var, da Craft Brewers Alliance bryggede det forskellige steder) og om Bourbon County Stout, der kører året rundt, fortsat cirkuleret.


5 Craft Beer Brewers, der har mistet deres håndværksprivilegier

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – Der er flere håndværk ølbryggerier i dag end for et år siden, men der er stadig en flok bryggerier, der tidligere var kendt som håndværksfølelse, udeladt af klubben.

Sidste år skar Brewers Association håndværksølsindustrigruppen en smule slak til bryggerier, der bruger majs, majs eller ris som hjælpestoffer i deres brygningsproces og øgede deres rækker betydeligt. Inden da forlod Brewers -foreningen —, som også driver Great American Beer Festival og American Homebrewers Association —, nogle af de ældste uafhængige bryggerier i landet.

Efter en masse sjælsøgning og en stor ændring i hjertet ændrede foreningen sidste år sin definition af en håndværksbrygger —   fleksible allerede i 2010 for at hæve produktionsgrænsen for små bryggerier fra 2 millioner tønder til 6 millioner for at rumme Samuel Adams producent Boston øl. Ved at blødgøre sin holdning mod brugen af ​​ris og majs som tillæg og sive ned ad �raditionel ”-søjlen i sin håndværksbryggerdefinition, bød bryggeriforeningen endelig velkommen til bryggerier, herunder Pottsville, Pa.-baserede D.G. Yuengling & amp  Søn (den ældste i USA, grundlagt i 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-baseret Straub Brygning (1872) Ny Ulm, Minn.-baseret August Schell Brewing (1860) and Monroe, Wis.-based Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 as Blumer Brewing) into the fold.

While the new definition technically won&apost go into effect until the Brewers Association compiles its stats for 2014 in February, the change was a huge deal for the group and the craft beer community in general. The Brewers Association&aposs board of directors includes some of the most influential names in craft beer, including Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Chief Executive Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head creator Sam Calagione, Deschutes Brewing leader Larry Fish and Allagash head Rob Tod. Those are some of the longest-tenured individuals in this corner of the industry, and their craft brewer definition&aposs impact on small legacy brewers likely wasn&apost lost on them.

One of the bigger issues, however, was that the Brewers Association&aposs stance was causing some fracturing among small brewers at a time craft beer could least afford it. The Brewers Association had been sponsoring the Small BREW Act in Congress and pushing for tax breaks for brewers that produce 6 million barrels or less. The Washington-based Beer Institute industry lobbying group had been supporting the competing BEER Act that would give tax breaks to all brewers, but in ] increments based on production. The Brewers Association&aposs proposal draws a firm line between 𠇌raft” and importers/big brewers, but it looked shaky when BA was actively deriding small brewers as 𠇌rafty.” The board of directors knew it needed those small brewers&apos support but, according to BA&aposs statement, “to change horses in the middle of the Congressional session could have burned the association&aposs ability to get Congressional co-sponsors for any legislation, perhaps for a couple of decades.”

The political implications of this tweak shouldn&apost be overlooked. The Brewers Association acknowledges that its is trying to take 10% of the beer market by volume and changed its mission statement to reflect a new goal of 20% market share by 2020. By bringing Yuengling on board, BA just added a brewer that produced 2.79 million barrels in 2013.

That said, it doesn&apost mean the Brewers Association is willing to bring in any brewery with less than 6 million barrels of U.S. production. The “independent” portion of its craft brewer definition still applies, and still excludes any brewer selling more than a 25% stake of their operation to a member of the alcohol industry that isn&apost a craft brewer. That leaves out Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, as those Delaware-based brewers are 49% owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) - Get Report , and recent Patchogue, N.Y.-based A-B acquisition Blue Point Brewing.

That 25% stake is now the line of demarcation. Fall on or beneath it, as Athens, Ga.-based Terrapin Beer does with a sub-25% stake owned by MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP) - Get Report — and you&aposre in. Drift above it with a share owned by MillerCoors, A-B InBev or any other large brewer BA deems inappropriate (though Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing and Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Brewery Ommegang&aposs owner, Belgium&aposs Duvel Moortgat, is just fine by the BA) and you&aposre excommunicated.

While the craft beer blacklist isn&apost what it used to be, there are still enough notable brewers on it to make it worth mentioning. Here are just five:

5. Goose Island Brewery
Chicago
Why it&aposs not craft: Owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island couldn&apost win, so why try?

The Chicago brewery got its start in 1988 but got its first taste of craft beer wrath when it joined up with Redhook and Widmer Brothers in the Craft Brewers Alliance in 2006. Despite saturating the Chicagoland area in 312 Urban Wheat during the summer and warming it with its barrel-aged Bourbon Country Stout during the winter, it occasionally drew critiques for associating with a collective that was distributed and partially owned by Anheuser-Busch.

Despite a trophy case full of medals from the Brewers Association&aposs Great American Beer Festival, whispers about the supposedly inevitable drop in Goose Island&aposs quality became deafening. Last year, founder John Hall sold the company to Anheuser-Busch InBev outright for $38.8 million. Since then, questions about Goose Island becoming a national brand (which it was, to a degree, when the Craft Brewers Alliance brewed it in various locations) and about Bourbon County Stout going year-round have continued to circulate.


5 Craft Beer Brewers Who Have Lost Their Craft Privileges

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – There are more craft beer brewers today than a year ago, but there are still a bunch of brewers formerly known as craft feeling left out of the club.

Last year, the Brewers Association craft beer industry group cut some slack to brewers who use maize, corn or rice as adjuncts in their brewing process and increased their ranks considerably. Before that, the Brewers association — which also runs the Great American Beer Festival and the American Homebrewers Association — was leaving out some of the oldest independent breweries in the country.

After a whole lot of soul searching and a big change of heart the association changed its definition of a craft brewer last year —ਊlready flexed in 2010 to raise the production limit for small brewers from 2 million barrels to 6 million to accommodate Samuel Adams producer Boston Beer. By softening its stance against the use of rice and corn as adjuncts and whittling down the “traditional” pillar of its craft brewer definition, the Brewers Association finally welcomed brewers including Pottsville, Pa.-based D.G. Yuengling & Son (the oldest in the U.S., founded in 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-based Straub Brewing (1872) New Ulm, Minn.-based August Schell Brewing (1860) and Monroe, Wis.-based Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 as Blumer Brewing) into the fold.

While the new definition technically won&apost go into effect until the Brewers Association compiles its stats for 2014 in February, the change was a huge deal for the group and the craft beer community in general. The Brewers Association&aposs board of directors includes some of the most influential names in craft beer, including Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Chief Executive Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head creator Sam Calagione, Deschutes Brewing leader Larry Fish and Allagash head Rob Tod. Those are some of the longest-tenured individuals in this corner of the industry, and their craft brewer definition&aposs impact on small legacy brewers likely wasn&apost lost on them.

One of the bigger issues, however, was that the Brewers Association&aposs stance was causing some fracturing among small brewers at a time craft beer could least afford it. The Brewers Association had been sponsoring the Small BREW Act in Congress and pushing for tax breaks for brewers that produce 6 million barrels or less. The Washington-based Beer Institute industry lobbying group had been supporting the competing BEER Act that would give tax breaks to all brewers, but in ] increments based on production. The Brewers Association&aposs proposal draws a firm line between 𠇌raft” and importers/big brewers, but it looked shaky when BA was actively deriding small brewers as 𠇌rafty.” The board of directors knew it needed those small brewers&apos support but, according to BA&aposs statement, “to change horses in the middle of the Congressional session could have burned the association&aposs ability to get Congressional co-sponsors for any legislation, perhaps for a couple of decades.”

The political implications of this tweak shouldn&apost be overlooked. The Brewers Association acknowledges that its is trying to take 10% of the beer market by volume and changed its mission statement to reflect a new goal of 20% market share by 2020. By bringing Yuengling on board, BA just added a brewer that produced 2.79 million barrels in 2013.

That said, it doesn&apost mean the Brewers Association is willing to bring in any brewery with less than 6 million barrels of U.S. production. The “independent” portion of its craft brewer definition still applies, and still excludes any brewer selling more than a 25% stake of their operation to a member of the alcohol industry that isn&apost a craft brewer. That leaves out Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, as those Delaware-based brewers are 49% owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) - Get Report , and recent Patchogue, N.Y.-based A-B acquisition Blue Point Brewing.

That 25% stake is now the line of demarcation. Fall on or beneath it, as Athens, Ga.-based Terrapin Beer does with a sub-25% stake owned by MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP) - Get Report — and you&aposre in. Drift above it with a share owned by MillerCoors, A-B InBev or any other large brewer BA deems inappropriate (though Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing and Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Brewery Ommegang&aposs owner, Belgium&aposs Duvel Moortgat, is just fine by the BA) and you&aposre excommunicated.

While the craft beer blacklist isn&apost what it used to be, there are still enough notable brewers on it to make it worth mentioning. Here are just five:

5. Goose Island Brewery
Chicago
Why it&aposs not craft: Owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island couldn&apost win, so why try?

The Chicago brewery got its start in 1988 but got its first taste of craft beer wrath when it joined up with Redhook and Widmer Brothers in the Craft Brewers Alliance in 2006. Despite saturating the Chicagoland area in 312 Urban Wheat during the summer and warming it with its barrel-aged Bourbon Country Stout during the winter, it occasionally drew critiques for associating with a collective that was distributed and partially owned by Anheuser-Busch.

Despite a trophy case full of medals from the Brewers Association&aposs Great American Beer Festival, whispers about the supposedly inevitable drop in Goose Island&aposs quality became deafening. Last year, founder John Hall sold the company to Anheuser-Busch InBev outright for $38.8 million. Since then, questions about Goose Island becoming a national brand (which it was, to a degree, when the Craft Brewers Alliance brewed it in various locations) and about Bourbon County Stout going year-round have continued to circulate.


5 Craft Beer Brewers Who Have Lost Their Craft Privileges

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – There are more craft beer brewers today than a year ago, but there are still a bunch of brewers formerly known as craft feeling left out of the club.

Last year, the Brewers Association craft beer industry group cut some slack to brewers who use maize, corn or rice as adjuncts in their brewing process and increased their ranks considerably. Before that, the Brewers association — which also runs the Great American Beer Festival and the American Homebrewers Association — was leaving out some of the oldest independent breweries in the country.

After a whole lot of soul searching and a big change of heart the association changed its definition of a craft brewer last year —ਊlready flexed in 2010 to raise the production limit for small brewers from 2 million barrels to 6 million to accommodate Samuel Adams producer Boston Beer. By softening its stance against the use of rice and corn as adjuncts and whittling down the “traditional” pillar of its craft brewer definition, the Brewers Association finally welcomed brewers including Pottsville, Pa.-based D.G. Yuengling & Son (the oldest in the U.S., founded in 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-based Straub Brewing (1872) New Ulm, Minn.-based August Schell Brewing (1860) and Monroe, Wis.-based Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 as Blumer Brewing) into the fold.

While the new definition technically won&apost go into effect until the Brewers Association compiles its stats for 2014 in February, the change was a huge deal for the group and the craft beer community in general. The Brewers Association&aposs board of directors includes some of the most influential names in craft beer, including Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Chief Executive Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head creator Sam Calagione, Deschutes Brewing leader Larry Fish and Allagash head Rob Tod. Those are some of the longest-tenured individuals in this corner of the industry, and their craft brewer definition&aposs impact on small legacy brewers likely wasn&apost lost on them.

One of the bigger issues, however, was that the Brewers Association&aposs stance was causing some fracturing among small brewers at a time craft beer could least afford it. The Brewers Association had been sponsoring the Small BREW Act in Congress and pushing for tax breaks for brewers that produce 6 million barrels or less. The Washington-based Beer Institute industry lobbying group had been supporting the competing BEER Act that would give tax breaks to all brewers, but in ] increments based on production. The Brewers Association&aposs proposal draws a firm line between 𠇌raft” and importers/big brewers, but it looked shaky when BA was actively deriding small brewers as 𠇌rafty.” The board of directors knew it needed those small brewers&apos support but, according to BA&aposs statement, “to change horses in the middle of the Congressional session could have burned the association&aposs ability to get Congressional co-sponsors for any legislation, perhaps for a couple of decades.”

The political implications of this tweak shouldn&apost be overlooked. The Brewers Association acknowledges that its is trying to take 10% of the beer market by volume and changed its mission statement to reflect a new goal of 20% market share by 2020. By bringing Yuengling on board, BA just added a brewer that produced 2.79 million barrels in 2013.

That said, it doesn&apost mean the Brewers Association is willing to bring in any brewery with less than 6 million barrels of U.S. production. The “independent” portion of its craft brewer definition still applies, and still excludes any brewer selling more than a 25% stake of their operation to a member of the alcohol industry that isn&apost a craft brewer. That leaves out Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, as those Delaware-based brewers are 49% owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) - Get Report , and recent Patchogue, N.Y.-based A-B acquisition Blue Point Brewing.

That 25% stake is now the line of demarcation. Fall on or beneath it, as Athens, Ga.-based Terrapin Beer does with a sub-25% stake owned by MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP) - Get Report — and you&aposre in. Drift above it with a share owned by MillerCoors, A-B InBev or any other large brewer BA deems inappropriate (though Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing and Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Brewery Ommegang&aposs owner, Belgium&aposs Duvel Moortgat, is just fine by the BA) and you&aposre excommunicated.

While the craft beer blacklist isn&apost what it used to be, there are still enough notable brewers on it to make it worth mentioning. Here are just five:

5. Goose Island Brewery
Chicago
Why it&aposs not craft: Owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island couldn&apost win, so why try?

The Chicago brewery got its start in 1988 but got its first taste of craft beer wrath when it joined up with Redhook and Widmer Brothers in the Craft Brewers Alliance in 2006. Despite saturating the Chicagoland area in 312 Urban Wheat during the summer and warming it with its barrel-aged Bourbon Country Stout during the winter, it occasionally drew critiques for associating with a collective that was distributed and partially owned by Anheuser-Busch.

Despite a trophy case full of medals from the Brewers Association&aposs Great American Beer Festival, whispers about the supposedly inevitable drop in Goose Island&aposs quality became deafening. Last year, founder John Hall sold the company to Anheuser-Busch InBev outright for $38.8 million. Since then, questions about Goose Island becoming a national brand (which it was, to a degree, when the Craft Brewers Alliance brewed it in various locations) and about Bourbon County Stout going year-round have continued to circulate.


5 Craft Beer Brewers Who Have Lost Their Craft Privileges

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – There are more craft beer brewers today than a year ago, but there are still a bunch of brewers formerly known as craft feeling left out of the club.

Last year, the Brewers Association craft beer industry group cut some slack to brewers who use maize, corn or rice as adjuncts in their brewing process and increased their ranks considerably. Before that, the Brewers association — which also runs the Great American Beer Festival and the American Homebrewers Association — was leaving out some of the oldest independent breweries in the country.

After a whole lot of soul searching and a big change of heart the association changed its definition of a craft brewer last year —ਊlready flexed in 2010 to raise the production limit for small brewers from 2 million barrels to 6 million to accommodate Samuel Adams producer Boston Beer. By softening its stance against the use of rice and corn as adjuncts and whittling down the “traditional” pillar of its craft brewer definition, the Brewers Association finally welcomed brewers including Pottsville, Pa.-based D.G. Yuengling & Son (the oldest in the U.S., founded in 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-based Straub Brewing (1872) New Ulm, Minn.-based August Schell Brewing (1860) and Monroe, Wis.-based Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 as Blumer Brewing) into the fold.

While the new definition technically won&apost go into effect until the Brewers Association compiles its stats for 2014 in February, the change was a huge deal for the group and the craft beer community in general. The Brewers Association&aposs board of directors includes some of the most influential names in craft beer, including Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Chief Executive Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head creator Sam Calagione, Deschutes Brewing leader Larry Fish and Allagash head Rob Tod. Those are some of the longest-tenured individuals in this corner of the industry, and their craft brewer definition&aposs impact on small legacy brewers likely wasn&apost lost on them.

One of the bigger issues, however, was that the Brewers Association&aposs stance was causing some fracturing among small brewers at a time craft beer could least afford it. The Brewers Association had been sponsoring the Small BREW Act in Congress and pushing for tax breaks for brewers that produce 6 million barrels or less. The Washington-based Beer Institute industry lobbying group had been supporting the competing BEER Act that would give tax breaks to all brewers, but in ] increments based on production. The Brewers Association&aposs proposal draws a firm line between 𠇌raft” and importers/big brewers, but it looked shaky when BA was actively deriding small brewers as 𠇌rafty.” The board of directors knew it needed those small brewers&apos support but, according to BA&aposs statement, “to change horses in the middle of the Congressional session could have burned the association&aposs ability to get Congressional co-sponsors for any legislation, perhaps for a couple of decades.”

The political implications of this tweak shouldn&apost be overlooked. The Brewers Association acknowledges that its is trying to take 10% of the beer market by volume and changed its mission statement to reflect a new goal of 20% market share by 2020. By bringing Yuengling on board, BA just added a brewer that produced 2.79 million barrels in 2013.

That said, it doesn&apost mean the Brewers Association is willing to bring in any brewery with less than 6 million barrels of U.S. production. The “independent” portion of its craft brewer definition still applies, and still excludes any brewer selling more than a 25% stake of their operation to a member of the alcohol industry that isn&apost a craft brewer. That leaves out Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, as those Delaware-based brewers are 49% owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) - Get Report , and recent Patchogue, N.Y.-based A-B acquisition Blue Point Brewing.

That 25% stake is now the line of demarcation. Fall on or beneath it, as Athens, Ga.-based Terrapin Beer does with a sub-25% stake owned by MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP) - Get Report — and you&aposre in. Drift above it with a share owned by MillerCoors, A-B InBev or any other large brewer BA deems inappropriate (though Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing and Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Brewery Ommegang&aposs owner, Belgium&aposs Duvel Moortgat, is just fine by the BA) and you&aposre excommunicated.

While the craft beer blacklist isn&apost what it used to be, there are still enough notable brewers on it to make it worth mentioning. Here are just five:

5. Goose Island Brewery
Chicago
Why it&aposs not craft: Owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island couldn&apost win, so why try?

The Chicago brewery got its start in 1988 but got its first taste of craft beer wrath when it joined up with Redhook and Widmer Brothers in the Craft Brewers Alliance in 2006. Despite saturating the Chicagoland area in 312 Urban Wheat during the summer and warming it with its barrel-aged Bourbon Country Stout during the winter, it occasionally drew critiques for associating with a collective that was distributed and partially owned by Anheuser-Busch.

Despite a trophy case full of medals from the Brewers Association&aposs Great American Beer Festival, whispers about the supposedly inevitable drop in Goose Island&aposs quality became deafening. Last year, founder John Hall sold the company to Anheuser-Busch InBev outright for $38.8 million. Since then, questions about Goose Island becoming a national brand (which it was, to a degree, when the Craft Brewers Alliance brewed it in various locations) and about Bourbon County Stout going year-round have continued to circulate.


5 Craft Beer Brewers Who Have Lost Their Craft Privileges

PORTLAND, Ore. (MainStreet) – There are more craft beer brewers today than a year ago, but there are still a bunch of brewers formerly known as craft feeling left out of the club.

Last year, the Brewers Association craft beer industry group cut some slack to brewers who use maize, corn or rice as adjuncts in their brewing process and increased their ranks considerably. Before that, the Brewers association — which also runs the Great American Beer Festival and the American Homebrewers Association — was leaving out some of the oldest independent breweries in the country.

After a whole lot of soul searching and a big change of heart the association changed its definition of a craft brewer last year —ਊlready flexed in 2010 to raise the production limit for small brewers from 2 million barrels to 6 million to accommodate Samuel Adams producer Boston Beer. By softening its stance against the use of rice and corn as adjuncts and whittling down the “traditional” pillar of its craft brewer definition, the Brewers Association finally welcomed brewers including Pottsville, Pa.-based D.G. Yuengling & Son (the oldest in the U.S., founded in 1829) St. Marys, Pa.-based Straub Brewing (1872) New Ulm, Minn.-based August Schell Brewing (1860) and Monroe, Wis.-based Minhas Craft Brewery (1845 as Blumer Brewing) into the fold.

While the new definition technically won&apost go into effect until the Brewers Association compiles its stats for 2014 in February, the change was a huge deal for the group and the craft beer community in general. The Brewers Association&aposs board of directors includes some of the most influential names in craft beer, including Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, New Belgium Chief Executive Kim Jordan, Dogfish Head creator Sam Calagione, Deschutes Brewing leader Larry Fish and Allagash head Rob Tod. Those are some of the longest-tenured individuals in this corner of the industry, and their craft brewer definition&aposs impact on small legacy brewers likely wasn&apost lost on them.

One of the bigger issues, however, was that the Brewers Association&aposs stance was causing some fracturing among small brewers at a time craft beer could least afford it. The Brewers Association had been sponsoring the Small BREW Act in Congress and pushing for tax breaks for brewers that produce 6 million barrels or less. The Washington-based Beer Institute industry lobbying group had been supporting the competing BEER Act that would give tax breaks to all brewers, but in ] increments based on production. The Brewers Association&aposs proposal draws a firm line between 𠇌raft” and importers/big brewers, but it looked shaky when BA was actively deriding small brewers as 𠇌rafty.” The board of directors knew it needed those small brewers&apos support but, according to BA&aposs statement, “to change horses in the middle of the Congressional session could have burned the association&aposs ability to get Congressional co-sponsors for any legislation, perhaps for a couple of decades.”

The political implications of this tweak shouldn&apost be overlooked. The Brewers Association acknowledges that its is trying to take 10% of the beer market by volume and changed its mission statement to reflect a new goal of 20% market share by 2020. By bringing Yuengling on board, BA just added a brewer that produced 2.79 million barrels in 2013.

That said, it doesn&apost mean the Brewers Association is willing to bring in any brewery with less than 6 million barrels of U.S. production. The “independent” portion of its craft brewer definition still applies, and still excludes any brewer selling more than a 25% stake of their operation to a member of the alcohol industry that isn&apost a craft brewer. That leaves out Fordham og Gammelt herredømme, as those Delaware-based brewers are 49% owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) - Get Report , and recent Patchogue, N.Y.-based A-B acquisition Blue Point Brewing.

That 25% stake is now the line of demarcation. Fall on or beneath it, as Athens, Ga.-based Terrapin Beer does with a sub-25% stake owned by MillerCoors (SBMRY) (TAP) - Get Report — and you&aposre in. Drift above it with a share owned by MillerCoors, A-B InBev or any other large brewer BA deems inappropriate (though Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing and Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Brewery Ommegang&aposs owner, Belgium&aposs Duvel Moortgat, is just fine by the BA) and you&aposre excommunicated.

While the craft beer blacklist isn&apost what it used to be, there are still enough notable brewers on it to make it worth mentioning. Here are just five:

5. Goose Island Brewery
Chicago
Why it&aposs not craft: Owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

Goose Island couldn&apost win, so why try?

The Chicago brewery got its start in 1988 but got its first taste of craft beer wrath when it joined up with Redhook and Widmer Brothers in the Craft Brewers Alliance in 2006. Despite saturating the Chicagoland area in 312 Urban Wheat during the summer and warming it with its barrel-aged Bourbon Country Stout during the winter, it occasionally drew critiques for associating with a collective that was distributed and partially owned by Anheuser-Busch.

Despite a trophy case full of medals from the Brewers Association&aposs Great American Beer Festival, whispers about the supposedly inevitable drop in Goose Island&aposs quality became deafening. Last year, founder John Hall sold the company to Anheuser-Busch InBev outright for $38.8 million. Since then, questions about Goose Island becoming a national brand (which it was, to a degree, when the Craft Brewers Alliance brewed it in various locations) and about Bourbon County Stout going year-round have continued to circulate.


Se videoen: Goose Island. Sofie. Belgian Style Saison (Juni 2022).


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