Bud, Coors and Miller bring huge returns to Missouri, Colorado and Wisconsin, but small brewers also fuel economic growth in some states.
That's what a UK study contends. But that'll get lots of Americans arguing the point over a bourbon till the wee hours.
It now garners a mere fraction of market share, but some big brewers are making major moves to expand its reach.
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.
A new study finds that these popular beverages may cause an erratic heartbeat and other health problems. It's the latest blow to the industry.
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