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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,...
  • EU court gives Bud beer name to AB InBev over Budejovicky Budvar

    EU court gives Bud beer name to AB InBev over Budejovicky Budvar
    Anheuser-Busch InBev can trademark the name “Bud” for its beers in Europe over the objections of Czech company Budejovicky Budvar, which makes brews that it calls Budweiser Budvar and Bud Premier Select. The General Court of the European...
  • 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...
  • Kids found drinking at house party in teacher's home, deputies say

    Kids found drinking at house party in teacher's home, deputies say
    Guess these days the ABC's stand for Anheuser-Busch, Budweiser and Coors. Antonia Pirrone Marino, a second-grade teacher in Lake County, was busted Saturday night after deputies raided a house party at her Minneola home and found kids drinking alcohol...
  • Five previous Kingsmill champions to return to Williamsburg for LPGA event

    Five previous Kingsmill champions to return to Williamsburg for LPGA event
    Five previous Kingsmill champions are among the 135 players committed to compete for a $1.3 million purse when the LPGA returns to Williamsburg in May. Forty-nine of the top 50 players in the world rankings are in the preliminary field. Two-time...
  • Future of LPGA tournament at Kingsmill could hinge on finding title sponsor

    Future of LPGA tournament at Kingsmill could hinge on finding title sponsor
    If the Denver Post's recent description of Philip Anschutz as a reclusive billionaire is accurate, then he certainly could afford to bankroll the LPGA's Kingsmill Championship for decades. But when Anschutz's Colorado-based Xanterra Parks and Resorts...
  • No hope for half-gallon growlers

    No hope for half-gallon growlers
    Florida's legislature debated the terms of a proposed bill that would allow the sale of 64-ounce growlers, among other provisions for beer business, for months. The bill died when the legislative session ended May 3. Rep. Katie Edwards of Plantation...
  • CBS bets that less is more. Warner Bros. TV shakes up its ranks.

    CBS bets that less is more. Warner Bros. TV shakes up its ranks.
    After the coffee. Before my last day of upfront presentations. Phew! The Skinny: I love New York but it seems to have gotten even more crowded since I left years ago. I can't deal! Thursday's headlines include CBS's new fall schedule and a restructuring...
  • Robert Worden 1919 - 2013

    Robert Worden 1919 - 2013
    Robert Worden passed early on May 16 at 3:09 a.m. He was 93 and up until 100 days ago he pretty much went the distance on his own terms. Born at Letterman Hospital, located on the Presidio, in San Francisco and raised in Manteca, CA he grew up in the...
  • 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. ...
  • First day in St. Louis: First stop (what else?) the brewery

     
    As we continued on the Ultimate Road Trip on Saturday, going from Louisville, we had about a four-hour bus ride through America's heartland to St. Louis and I do mean heartland. Nothing but lots of cornfields and farm land as we went through Indiana and...