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Michigan craft breweries have only just started to sell their beer in international markets, but many in the industry believe exporting could soon become an important diversification strategy.

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Proposed federal budget cuts have the potential to wipe out key hop and barley research programs that have helped improve the quality of the raw material supply chain for craft brewers.

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Dynamics within the maturing craft beer industry are creating new growth opportunities for suppliers.

Published in Beer and wine

Saugatuck Brewing Co. thought it was being edgy in 2011 when it coined the name “Hop on a Blonde” for its new blonde ale.

Published in Beer and wine

Thirsty Michigan craft beer consumers bought the equivalent of around 59,000 more pints of Brewery Vivant’s beer in 2016 than they did the year before.

Published in Beer and wine

Contrary to a report in an international brewery trade publication, Founders Brewing Co. has no plans to repurchase some of its shares from its Spanish investors.

Published in In the News

As the four partners developed the business plan for Creston Brewery, they faced a key decision that would define the future direction of their company.

Published in In the News

Changes to the federal tax code implemented at the beginning of the year could alleviate burdensome financial and bureaucratic rules for many craft beverage makers. 

Published in Beer and wine
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 12:26

$25 million propels HopCat brand forward

For Mark Sellers, the magic number of sorts is $300.

Published in M&A Award Profiles

As New Holland Brewing Co. LLC ramps up a major expansion into the Grand Rapids market that’s expected to open next month, President and co-founder Brett Vanderkamp has plenty to keep his mind occupied. 

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