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"And I think in terms of intent versus impact, likes and retweets, how much does social media activism actually fucking do?”
2020 turned the beer world upside down. And while next year hopefully with bring relief and better times, some industry-wide changes are here to stay.
In 2020, all eyes have been on Blackness, but there is still a long way to go when it comes to equity in beer and everywhere else.
- AleSmith Brewing Company
Slow down with surprising stout that adds a bit of fruity tanginess to the rich and boozy style.
- North Peak Brewing
Michigan’s North Peak Brewing decided to bring back its Blitzen Festivus ale to help beer drinkers shake this nasty year.
- Prairie Artisan Ales
Holiday themed brews often have as much substance as a Lifetime Christmas movie, but that's not the case with this cranberry sour.
- Highland Brewing Company
The highly anticipated seasonal release from the Asheville, North Carolina-based brewer has its own Twitter feed dedicated to tracking down the beer.
- Half Acre Beer Company
Move over, barrel-aged-maple-vanilla-cinnamon-apple concoction. This stout remembers its roots—and that’s a good thing.
- Green Bench Brewing Co.
Les Grisettes is a bright and spunky Franco-Belgian saison that gives you the will to trudge on through to March, whatever the weather.
- Transmitter Brewing
Saisons are complex, though they’re rarely sensational for it. S9 is both.
- Evil Genius Beer Company
Philadelphia’s Evil Genius Beer Company united with Miller High Life to bring the ideal brunch IPA to life.
“We really have developed a little capital, a northern lighthouse when it comes to craft beer.”
After Boulevard Brewing Co. was acquired in 2013, it made room for Kansas City's locally owned breweries to find traction and their own niche.
Whether east, west, south, central, or right outside the San Juan metropolitan area, there is a craft brewery nearby—and only more to come.