Craft beer has been around since before craft beer even existed.
A decade ago, craft beers had to wait for a brewery to open in New York to have a chance at making a beer.
Now, breweries and breweries in other states and countries have become craft beer hotspots.
But craft beer isn’t just a hobby for craft beer aficionados.
In recent years, craft breweries have expanded and developed into something more.
They’re also becoming the primary craft beer destination for consumers.
Here are five things to know about craft beer.
Craft beer is getting bigger.
In 2012, there were 3.7 breweries per capita in the United States, according to the Brewers Association, a trade group for the beer industry.
By 2016, that number had risen to 4.1 breweries per person.
That growth has been fueled by the popularity of craft beer as a drinkable beverage, and the popularity and quality of craft beers in particular.
That is partly why the Brewers have started to see more breweries opening.
“Craft beer is more accessible now than ever before,” said Mark Schmitz, a senior vice president for sales at the Brewers.
In 2016, there was only one beer brewed on the premises of a craft brewery in the U.S., according to The Beer Smugglers.
Craft breweries also have become more popular for people who aren’t into beer and aren’t interested in trying new beers.
“People who are looking for a new beverage, or maybe they just want to have something new to try,” said Dan Reichert, vice president of sales at MillerCoors.
MillerCoorg is a craft beer company that also sells Miller Lite, which is a popular beer in the beer world.
In 2017, the company added three new breweries in Tennessee, Tennessee and Indiana.
You don’t have to be a brewer to enjoy craft beer, even if you don’t brew it.
It is a new industry.
For years, it was thought that a person had to be an expert in brewing to enjoy beer.
But in 2017, people who want to learn about beer are finding that most of the craft beer on the market isn’t even brewed by a single brewery.
Instead, many craft breweries are open to anyone.
The biggest difference is that the craft beers are mostly made by people who work at the brewery or who work in the craft brewery.
Craft brewers are also getting more professional.
“The whole idea is that you can get into the craft brewer business,” said Daniel Hirsch, a vice president at Craft Brew Alliance, a nonprofit trade group.
Hirsch said there’s a big difference between being an expert and an expert at what he called “the craft” part of the business.
For some people, the two are a little different.
But for the average person, Hirsch argued, there is a lot more difference between having an advanced brewing system and having a good tasting beer.
There are lots of different styles.
Craft beers are made from different grains, like barley, oats, wheat, rice, spelt and rye.
Some of the most popular styles are pale ales, ales with lots of hops and stouts.
There is also a lot of wheat beer and wheat beers with a little bit of citrus, but there are a lot fewer.
There’s also a wide variety of craft brews, such as porters and storters.
Craft brews also have more flavors, such the coffee and herbal hop flavor, but also some dark, roasted beers, like porters.
“You can’t have one beer with the same flavor,” said John Stahl, president of Stahl Brewing Company in Louisville, Kentucky.
He also said the beer has to be strong, so there’s usually some malt presence in it.
There isn’t a specific type of beer that people love, so people can find what they want and then find something else.
You can enjoy a beer while you work.
If you’re working, it’s easy to go back to your desk and take a sip of a beer as soon as you leave the office.
But there’s more to it than just the beer.
“I can see it as a hobby,” said Kristin Olesen, a freelance writer and owner of the online newsletter Crafts in a Box.
“For some people it’s a hobby and it’s something that they really enjoy.
I can see where that might be a challenge for them, but it’s not something that is a problem for me.”
She said she is not a brewer herself, but enjoys brewing and brewing her own beer.
Oles, who is from Oregon, said she has found that people enjoy craft beers when they are sitting at a table and drinking.
“A lot of the times it’s just me and my friends.
It’s nice to have that moment,” she said.
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