"Some breweries are in a real quagmire, particularly those that are unable to open until they get federal approval.”
Mekong, an unassuming Vietnamese spot, is credited with igniting Richmond's now-thriving brewery scene.
And yes, they’re referring to this benefit as “Paw-Ternity Leave.”
A recent report found a correlation between marijuana legalization and a decline in beer sales. But the truth is a lot more complicated.
For these self-described men of science, creating powdered beer was about the process of experimentation as much as it was the end result.
This past decade has seen the number of American craft breweries skyrocket from a little over 1,500 in 2005 to more than 4,144 by the end of November 2015. That’s the most breweries America has ever had.
The merger would amount to a really, really big company—possibly one that could take over the cornerstone soda corporations of the American beverage business.
Between this and that highly unflattering drawing of him in court, Tom Brady is having a crappy week.