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Subject: Constellation to Buy Ballast Point Brewing for $1B - Future of Craft Beer In Question - New liquor privatization bill gets initial OK from PA House committee - Spirits growth slower than expected -- CRAFT BEV NEWS FETCH - NOVEMBER 17, 2015

Date: 2015-11-16 18:09:13

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Just how badly do Pepsi, Coke and bottled water kick mainstream wine, beer, and spirits in the glutes? Oh, embarrassingly so! Scroll down to Daily Data to see the painful data.

 

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Craft Bev News Fetch
November 17, 2015

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OUCH!

This is how badly Pepsi, Coke and bottled water kick mainstream wine, beer, and spirits in the glutes!

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Becca liked this song the best: Brain Stew by Green Day

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Very strange that most small wineries I have talked to -- even those that have grown out of a winemaker’s garage and into the commercial market -- do not want to be considered “craft” or “artisan.”

Somehow they don’t want to be associated with the authenticity that goes along with those.

Anyway, this is a wonderful small winery that made 380 cases of this extraordinary Dry Creek Valley Petite Sirah.

Definitely authentic.


This Craft Bev News Fetch was hand-crafted for you by Publisher/Executive Editor, Lewis Perdue + Editor, Becca Yeamans-Irwin. Visit Becca's website at The Academic Wino.



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