Drinkers and many breweries are embracing the reusable containers, even if some state lawmakers -- and brewmasters -- aren't.
A brewing battle over excise taxes divides the beer industry and shows just how much some small brewers have grown.
Anheuser-Busch InBev's new Straw-Ber-Rita and Black Crown beverages steer away from the company's slumping core beer brands.
Between sales, jobs and tax revenue, brewers are picking up a larger share of the tab.
A 4% drop in pint orders and higher prices may signal worse luck ahead for brewers, which rely on March to start a seasonal upswing.
The Irish brewer's longtime use of fish bladders to clarify its stout leaves a segment of drinkers out of the party.
The struggling brand brings in celebrities and a new bottle to reverse declining sales, but bigger problems are draining its appeal.
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