Category: Marketing

BEERMKR After a Brew

Home Brewing Should Not Be Hard!

My “Brew Day” experiences in the past have been a long day, hot liquids, trying to follow a recipe precisely, running to the grocery store for extra bag of ice to cool down the wort, etc. All this after assembling the grains and ingredients. The location for this controlled disaster was a small kitchen. BEERMKR is a grain based, countertop, automated system that makes the process easy to make your favorite brew. And to make it really simple you can buy their complete kits. BEST of all- clean-up is via a dishwasher.

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Awards for World Beer Cup

The Largest Beer Competition-10,525 Beers In 103 Categories.

The Brewers Association in Denver, CO will now hold the Worlds Beer Cup annually as part of their conferences.
A total of 57 countries submitted 10, 525 enteries to be judged in 2022. A total of 103 different beer style categories were assembled in Minneapolis and awards were given on May 5th.
The craft beer industry seems to have weathered the Pandemic well. Yes, as in most industries, there are some that drop from the list for various reasons. But, there are always new start-ups that come along to pick up the slack. Today there are 9,125 independent craft beer breweries.

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TTB-Tax and Trade Bureau

Final Data for 2021 All Beer Produced

TTB collects data on all beer produced not just Craft Beer. They do not define just Craft Beer. It is generally defined however as beer produced in less than 6 million barrels. Sierra Nevada, Samuel Adams and Lagunitas are in the high end of Craft Beer producers and are not owned by more than 25% of a Macro Brewery.

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Lupulin inside the hop cone

Hop Research is Ongoing-From FL to WA

This is not a scientific paper defining hop research and new findings, we only want to show just how extensive and all encompassing hops research has become. Almost every state university has hop research efforts of some sort. Even the hop farms have research to improve plant health and quality and sustainability. Amen to that.  

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