I wouldn’t say that it’s healthy and definitely not their job but…it is a thing.
Once again, I am pleased, but maybe in the slightly awkward position of giving Big Beer Business credit.
But sometimes, you just throw money and smart people at problems and they come up with cool solutions.
This is a pretty wild (and cool) story about a bar that changes into a new brewpub every month.
Even if it isn’t ‘the next big thing‘. I think there should be options for everyone, and being mindful of your intake is always wise.
It may’ve been mentioned before but seeing this map, showing how many craft breweries each state has, really drives it home for me.
There isn’t a place in America where you can’t find craft beer. Something made by someone in your own state.
That is both a neat point of pride for people (hey, we make this here!) and a cool reason to travel (Oooo, I can’t find that at home!) I think we could use some more reasons to engage in some friendly rivalry with each other and if good beer isn’t the best one well, I’m open to other suggestions.
But you got a long way to convince me.
They found what is possibly the oldest brewery.
I mean. Either you find that sort of thing interesting or you don’t but if you don’t…I’m not sure what else I can tell you, while you’re here.
I mean, flamin’ hot cheeto beer with pickle juice isn’t for me but I ain’t judging.
So, they found a beer cave in Missouri. I guess the notion of men hiding out in caves to drink beer and avoid life goes back farther than I’d thought.
Then again, if we’ve got scientists recreating medieval ale from the walls, maybe scientists can learn something from how beer was made in the 1800’s, too.
Just chalk this story up as ‘another reasons large companies should be broken up’. Because I don’t think for a second that they aren’t trying to do similar things in the US-tech companies already do these kinds of things with our internet.
Also, if you have a $6.16 billion dollar share of the industry and your fines could hit a total of $250 million leaving you with 5.9 billion left, that isn’t a penalty, it’s just the cost of doing business.
Post title just to be cheeky to the Brits.
But: neat story about using new technologies to reduce CO2 emissions!