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Many chose to stock up on beer before the pandemic, causing a shortage in aluminum. However, that’s not the only reason why there is an alumin…

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Craft beer got weird in 2019. Not only did two of America's most well-known and well-loved breweries get sold-Delaware's Dogfish Head for $300 million to Boston Beer Co.; New Belgium Brewing to a subsidiary of Japan's Kirin Holdings-but earlier this month, Constellation Brands jettisoned Ballast Point Brewing for a fraction of the $1 billion it paid for it in 2015. The buyer was a largely unknown Chicagoland concern called Kings & Convicts Brewing, whose production was approximately 600 barrels this year (minuscule by any scale) and who had a total of just nine employees.

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