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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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A 500-year-old brewery in Bavaria, Germany has become an unlikely leader in the eco-friendly beer making movement.

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Family-run since 1876, Hofmühl Brewery's owner Benno Emslander took over in 1993, growing annual production from 15,000 hectoliters to 80,000, while offering 12 varieties of beer. (To compare, Sam Adams producer Boston Beer Company brews 5 million hectoliters per year.)

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