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The Craft Brewing Revolution

Garrick Brown • 6/14/2017
Craft Breweries are growing--from small, artisanal beer-tasting rooms to fully functioning large-scale industrial brewing facilities.

The Craft Brew Revolution

Craft brewing is not new. Locally or regionally produced beers with a limited distribution have had a following for quite a while. But over the last decade craft brews have experienced a meteoric increase in popularity. According to the Brewers Association, the number of craft breweries in the U.S. has more than tripled over the last 10 years. This explosion of growth has manifested itself in many forms and formats—from small, artisanal beer-tasting rooms to fully functioning large-scale industrial brewing facilities.

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View our Cool Streets: Craft Brews Edition Video on Cincinnati!

Perhaps nowhere in the United States has the craft brewing trend meant more towards urban revitalization than in the once troubled neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati. Our first video in our Craft Brews series focuses on this area and the trend’s impact.

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View our Cool Streets: Craft Brews Edition Video on Cincinnati!

Perhaps nowhere in the United States has the craft brewing trend meant more towards urban revitalization than in the once troubled neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati. Our first video in our Craft Brews series focuses on this area and the trend’s impact.

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