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Subject: Tales Of The American Craft Beer Renaissance - Is Big Beer a Part of a Healthy Culture? - Budweiser Vs American Beer - SF Bay Area Startup Gives Homebrewers a Chance at Commercial-Scale Production -- CRAFT BEV NEWS FETCH - FEBRUARY 10, 2016

Date: 2016-02-10 07:58:22

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How badly did the market slump slam Craft Brew Alliance? Check out the chart at Daily Data. Scroll down.

 

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Craft Bev News Fetch
February 10, 2016

Published daily, M-F by Craft Beverage Insights  & free to the trade thanks to our sponsors
  Publisher/Executive Editor, Lewis Perdue + Editor, Becca Yeamans-Irwin

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Craft Brew Alliance Revenues up, but stock still freefalling (along with the entire market)

 

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This Craft Bev News Fetch was hand-crafted for you by Publisher/Executive Editor, Lewis Perdue + prize-winning writer/educator Mary Cressler (Vindulge) and Editor Becca Yeamans-Irwin (The Academic Wino) who is segueing back from maternity leave.



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