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  • Craft beer keeps growing, led by Boston Beer, Sierra Nevada

    Craft beer keeps growing, led by Boston Beer, Sierra Nevada
    The craft beer revolution kept charging ahead in 2012, when 12% more barrels were shipped than the year before, the sixth straight year of growth. Of 27 major craft brewers – all of which saw some gain – 16 had double digit increases,...
  • Beer breweries hit American record

    Beer breweries hit American record
    It’s getting crowded in the American beer market, with the most breweries in operation in the country’s history. This year, 2,751 breweries were active and permitted in the U.S., according to industry group the Beer Institute. Of those, 98%...
  • Ports of L.A., Long Beach warn of delays if sequestration occurs

    Ports of L.A., Long Beach warn of delays if sequestration occurs
    Operations at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach may slow if automatic spending cuts go into effect Friday, port officials said, as fewer U.S. customs officers would delay the flow of international cargo through the massive sea ports. Officials...
  • Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years

    Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years
    Hipsters are making beer more expensive, or at least that’s the argument that’s been popular the last couple of days. But the brewing industry -- run by enormous multinational conglomerates -- has been planning price hikes for years. ...
  • Diesel's day has arrived

    One hundred and twenty years ago this summer — in 1893 — Rudolf Diesel fired up a single-cylinder engine attached to a flywheel. The contraption was fueled by peanut oil. He must have been relieved as the engine sputtered to life because...
  • Longtime AIF lobbyist switching to beer (company)

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Associated Industries of Florida President Tom Feeney announced a shake-up of the business group's lobbying team that involves bringing on a one-time aide to Gov. Rick Scott and saying good-bye to another long-time lobbyist. Longtime...
  • Watery beer? NPR says no

     
    All the excuse we in the media seem to need to turn a minor gripe or pique into a major story is a) the filing of a lawsuit b) the introduction of legislation This story, to wit. Note that is......
  • Lance Armstrong case: U.S. atty. still won't say why no charges

     
    As Lance Armstrong continued to face fallout from doping allegations — this time, being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles — questions still surround a federal investigation that closed without criminal charges being filed....
  • ‘Tis the season for thoughtful gestures to kids in need

     
    SchoolZone has been inundated with tips about really cool things community members are doing to make the holidays extra special for students in need at a number of area schools. Here are a few Orange County examples that stood out: -Ivey Lane Elementary...
  • Monorail ribbon cutting for Busch Gardens

     
    Monorail car moves forward to cut ribbon during ceremony dedicating the new Busch Gardens in Van Nuys....
  • Old Style launches petition to keep its beer at Wrigley Field

    Old Style launches petition to keep its beer at Wrigley Field
    Like the outfield ivy, rooftop boxes and the Harry Caray statue, Old Style is for many people a quintessential sight at a Cubs game. The iconic blue, red and white cans may be just a memory next season, though, under a recent deal inked between the Cubs...