Backed by a group led by a former hotelier, little-known Kings & Convicts buys the home of Sculpin from a global drinks firm.
There’s no denying the popularity of hard seltzer—the beverage success story of 2019. Unlike with beverage fads of the past, brewers large and small are betting on the bubbly longevity of hard seltzer, and they're poised to pivot to whatever comes next.
When a fermentation-obsessed brewery tries its hand at making sake, it learns how to balance a side project while staying true to its identity—and business plan.
Small brewers got big tax relief in 2017, but the clock was set to two years. Will Congress act to renew the cuts?
One of America's largest and most respected independent breweries has announced its sale to Kirin's Lion Little World Beverages.
Deal with Belgian specialty malt company goes into effect January 1.
Jake Sauter, vice president of craft distributor Clear River Beverage in Minneapolis, sheds some light on the shifting landscape.
Seltzer or stout? Here's a look at what beer styles have been on people's minds (according to Internet searches).
Some breweries are sharing their brands with food companies for mutual benefit.
Kid- and pet-friendly Level Beer, opened recently in Portland, Oregon, is helmed by industry veterans who wanted a place where they could ply their craft, hang out with their families, and work to make pale ale cool again.