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The Daily Brew: April 20, 2017

April 20, 2017

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IN: Sun King Brewing Expands Distribution in Indiana

Indianapolis-based Sun King Brewing Co. has partnered with Monarch Beverage for distribution in the Indianapolis market. Sun King and Monarch are already distribution partners throughout most of the rest of the state. Co-owner Clay Robinson said the decision to shift from self-distribution in the brewery's largest market is driven by increasing demand. "We've decided to focus more on what we do best - brewing quality, flavorful beer that is unique to Indiana," Robinson said. Monarch General Manager John Xenos says the company looks forward to an expanded relationship. "Sun King is not only an exceptional Indiana brewery with great beer, it's also a Hoosier company that, like Monarch Beverage, believes in giving back to the local communities that it serves," he said.

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NC: Big Boss Brewing Co. Expands Distribution in North Carolina

Big Boss Brewing Co. is expanding distribution in North Carolina and will partner with Mutual Distributing. Mutual will distribute the Big Boss brands in Cabarrus, Mecklenburg and Union counties. Brad Wynn, owner and brewmaster of Big Boss, said, “We are confident that Mutual is the right partner for us in this market, and we are excited about this new partnership.”

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FL: Grayton Beer Co. Begins Distribution in Mississippi

Grayton Beer Co., located in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, is expanding distribution to Mississippi. The brewery is partnering with A&B Distributing, Mitchell Distributing and Southern Beverage. "After seeing the reaction of the masses and the growth of the beer’s popularity across the Southeast, we knew we had something special that reached far beyond our Walton County beach town,” said Grayton co-founder Jamey Price. “As a Mississippi native, I am especially proud to introduce our beers to this market.” The first product rollout will feature four of the brewery’s year-round series.

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Opinion: Craft Beer’s Big Decision: Go Pro or Remain a Hobby?

Even in the beer industry, most people aren’t sure what lies ahead for craft beer. With the market for craft beer crowding and that corner of the industry getting more intense, thanks to buyouts, private-equity investing and big-brewer involvement, more people want a better idea of how it’s all going to shake out. Columnist Jason Notte writes, “Restructuring and reorganization have already come to craft beer. It’s up to craft brewers to decide whether they want to keep growing into full-on businesses or continue the increasingly false narrative that brewing is a hobby you can get paid for simply by opening a very costly brewery’s doors.”

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How Breweries Are Arting Around With Packaging

A quick perusal of the beer selection at your local grocery store reveals an almost equal number of cans and bottles, as more and more craft breweries are packaging their suds in aluminum. Whether printed on the bare metal substrate or on a glossy wrap, beer-can designs speak to the personalities of the brews and the companies that make them. tapped four designers in an attempt to better understand the artful can.

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Lower Prices at Wal-Mart: Good for Shoppers, Bad for Grocers

Wal-Mart's fight to defend its low-cost reputation is helping to extend the longest food-price decline in decades. The world's biggest retailer is investing heavily to lower prices in its U.S. stores, the company's executives say, as competition heats up against Amazon and European deep discounters Aldi and Lidl. Wal-Mart is spending to beat competitors' prices and test strategic price drops, mostly on food and household goods sold at Wal-Mart stores in the Southeast and the Midwest. Retailers are offering more discounts as food prices continue to fall. Year-to-year food retail prices declined for the 16th month in March, the longest stretch since 1956.

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Top 10 Spring Beers

The arrival of spring calls for brighter flavors and sharper textures in your beer to wake up slumbering taste buds. GAYOT lists the top 10 beers for the season, from crisp ales and wheat beers to American IPAs.

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America's more than 3,000 licensed beer distribution facilities employ 135,000 men and women across the country. The NBWA Employee Spotlight Program highlights standout beer distribution employees and showcases their achievements. Nominate an employee today!


Ask a Beer Expert: Why Is Foam Important to Beer?

Did you know that the foamy head on a glass of beer can impact the beer-drinking experience? NBWA asked Certified Cicerone Joe Shipley, craft & import sales manager for Frank Beer Distributors, Inc. in Wisconsin, why foam is important to beer.
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NBWA Brewer Partner of the Year Award Open for Nominations

NBWA is seeking nominations for the Third Annual Brewer Partner of the Year Award. NBWA distributor members and brewers are invited to nominate any brewer they believe is deserving of the award. Nominations will be accepted until July 21, 2017.
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