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  • Art and the Craft

    Entering the Gateway to the South, Louisville, Kentucky, a few things may come to mind. For many, those are horses and bourbon, but for a...

  • The Canning Line

    In brewing, just like any business, the customer must come first. However, one of the difficulties, particularly in brewing, is getting the product into the...

  • How to Successfully Break Into New Markets

    You’ve completed multiple levels of success at your brewery. The first, brewing enough barrels to necessitate distribution channels. The second, to land the distribution channels...

  • It’s All About Energy Efficiency…

    When going green meets efficiency, good things can happen in beer making. Most notably, cost savings. Better milled grains leads to a higher percentage of...

  • How to Survive a Landslide

    Some Sylva, North Carolina residents have been paying attention when you ask for Heinzelmännchen for nearly a decade. Partially due to the very German name,...

  • A Brief Background of Canned Beer

    Beer in cans is not a new concept. Krueger’s introduced the first canned beer to market in 1935. The Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company in Newark,...