If NC doesn’t do it, another state will. Might as well keep NC as a great place for craft beer.
If they made one of these in Asheville it would already be booked for the next 3 years.
That’s one way to try and react to the growing amount of craft beer options.
A cool guest post by Landon Biehl on *NC Beer Guy* discussing some of the reasons why people like craft beer. I admit, I am kind of a craft beer guy.
> The [original estimate 300 new job created by the craft beer industry] was off by 2,700 jobs. And that’s just the number working in North Carolina’s 132 craft breweries. If you add related jobs, including servers, delivery truck drivers, beer shop cashiers and hop and barley growers, Erik Lars Myers, president of the N.C. Craft Brewers Guild, says the number is closer to 10,000.
If you love craft beer, you really can’t do better than what we have in North Carolina.
I’m up for having a nice “Lollygagger” while I’m at the game.
My favorite line:
> As Brian Perkins, VP of Marketing for Budweiser states in that piece, this ad isn’t intended to skewer craft beer at all, despite the obvious, stereotyped characters of mustachioed hipsters sniffing flights of craft beer.
Important information for the upcoming year.
I’m going to have to try out all of these.