Artisan Brew

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The Craft-Brew Renaissance

In recent years, the number of American craft breweries has risen exponentially to meet demand as the penchant for well-crafted, small-production brews that has been present in Europe for generations continues its growth in the United States. While bottles of these specialty suds are not likely to outdo rare wines at auction or fill cellars in collectors’ homes, craft brews have indeed reached and appeased the taste buds of a new-breed of beer connoisseurs. But with the considerable number of craft breweries now up and running in America and around the world, and with the vast number of styles and notable brew-producing regions, even true brew aficionados are in need of a reliable source of recommendations. It is with this in mind that Robb Report presents these selections of craft breweries and artisan brews.

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