Are You Looking for a New Craft Beer to Serve at Your Party This Weekend?

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October is the season for enjoying friends and tasting new beers. From outdoor Oktoberfest celebrations to indoor breweries with flights of craft beer options, this is the time of year when many people want to enjoy spending time with their friends and their favorite brews.
Whether you have drank the same beer your while life, or if you are someone who is looking for the new brew that is featured every week at you favorite pub. October and cool fall weather is a great time of the year.
Finding the Perfect Craft Beer to Share with Friends at Your Next Party Can be a Fun Challenge
Football gatherings and long evenings out by the campfire are all great reasons to get together with both family and friends. Finding the right menu of drink and food offerings for these gatherings can be a fun part of the planning process. With local breweries creating their own craft beers, it should come as no surprise that the brewing industry is both competitive and compelling. As more and more types of beer are developed, it just makes sense that consumers can be the real beneficiaries of this entire industry.
Although the nights of hanging out with friends and family at a bar once included ordering pitchers of beer and drinking the same tap beer all night long, many consumers are now after a far more distinguished taste. In fact, local breweries now offer flights of beer special every night of the week, allowing their customers to sample all of their latest efforts.
Consider these facts and figures about the beer and wine making industry and how consumers are enjoying the latest of these tastes and trends:

  • Brewpubs, microbreweries, regional craft breweries, and contract brewing companies are the four distinct craft beer industry market segments.
  • A brewery that produces less than 15,000 barrels, or 17,600 hectoliters, of beer a year with 75% or more of its beer sold off-site is classified as a microbrewery.
  • Small and independent breweries account for 99% of the breweries in operation.
  • 2,397 of small and independent breweries are microbreweries.
  • 1,650 of small and independent breweries are brewpubs.
  • 178 of small and independent breweries are regional craft breweries.

Do you have a party planned for this weekend? Have you selected the beverages that you will serve? Finding the right combination of craft beers to serve to your guests can be a fun process if you take the time check out all of the local offerings. From beer brands to beer games, weekend parties that include craft beers are a lot of fun.

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