With craft beer making a comeback, some consumers have begun to take a page from the craft beer industry playbook and start saving their money.
A few weeks ago, the craft brewing industry reported a sharp decline in its revenue.
The industry’s revenue was down 13% last year.
But now craft brewers are in the midst of an all-time high in sales.
Craft beer has been on a roller coaster ride since craft beer was invented in the 1970s.
In 2000, craft beer accounted for about 8% of the overall U.S. beer market.
In 2015, craft brewers saw their sales increase by 25% to 1.9 billion barrels of beer, or more than 1.2 billion barrels in total.
But craft beer sales have continued to decline for the last three years.
The craft beer market has exploded in recent years, and there’s no telling what’s next.
Craft breweries have been known to sell out of a particular beer for months, months, or even years before it finally hits shelves.
Craft brewers may have the luxury of having to go through a lengthy, painstaking process to get a beer into consumers’ hands.
Craft brewers have to wait months for the beer to arrive in a warehouse or store.
For craft beer lovers, this process can be a time-consuming process that can be frustrating and stressful.
Craft brewers have had to craft their craft beer into a special style of beer that’s exclusive to their brand.
Craft beers can also be difficult to find.
There are so many brands of beer out there that are available to consumers.
There’s also a wide variety of beer styles available.
Craft beer can be pricey, and it can be difficult for craft brewers to find that rarest of all things, a beer that only a handful of breweries can make.
The CraftBeer.com website offers a handy guide to help craft brewers save money.
Craft beers are made by a group of people with a common goal: making beer that can withstand the elements, that’s light and drinkable, and that’s fun to drink.
Craftbeer.com provides a handy infographic that breaks down some of the things that craft brewers can do to save money when it comes to their craft beers.
For example, it provides a list of craft breweries that are selling out quickly and are looking to sell more in order to recoup their costs.
It’s a win-win-win situation.
Craft Beer is a great way to save some money when you’re going out for a night on the town, and you can be sure you’re saving money when beer comes to your door.
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