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The U.S. craft beer market has continued its upward trajectory trends. According to the Brewers Association (BA), American craft beer dollar sales rose 15 percent and volume grew 13 percent during the first six months of 2013.
Kona Brewing Co. brought its rebranded Wailua Ale, formerly known as Wailua Wheat, back to shelves this summer in slimmer, more sustainable packaging.
Helping extend the reach for its flagship beer, Lift Bridge Brewing Co. launched its Farm Girl Saison in four-packs of 16-ounce Rexam cans.
Redd’s Brewing Co., part of MillerCoors LLC, extended its Redd’s brand to include Redd’s Strawberry Ale.
With a company history dating back to 1888, Louis Glunz Beer Inc. has been in business long enough to see the beer industry transform around it.
Dos Equis, a Mexican beer brand of Heineken USA, White Plains, N.Y., unveiled the details of its fall Masquerade program, which launched at retail and in on-premise accounts Sept. 1. Set to coincide with fall celebrations, Dos Equis Masquerade invites consumers of legal drinking age to celebrate Halloween with Dos Equis and enter for a chance to win a trip to the Ultimate Masquerade Party in Miami.
Real Ale Brewing Co. released its newest canned beer, The Sword Iron Swan Ale, named after the heavy metal rock band The Sword.
The New York Times Co.’s About.com, a website that provides consumers with information on numerous topics, released an infographic detailing aspects of the American beer market.
Following its acquisition by C&C Group, Hornsby’s Cider received an updated brand image to capture its 15-year-old brand essence while helping it stand out from other brands in the category, the company says.
Brunswick’s Buffalo Grove and Tavern ‘45 host special guests at its VIP Preview Event on Oct. 14, 2013. The complimentary charity event benefited Clearbrook and the Special Olympics of Illinois. (Photos by Jennifer Haderspeck)
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