Domestic Beer

Most of the new breweries that have opened in the U.S. over the past three decades have been small breweries and brewpubs, which are often termed “craft breweries” to differentiate them from the larger and older breweries. It used to be that American craft brewers took cues from Belgium, Britain, and Germany. Now the industry has come full circle, and breweries worldwide are looking to the U.S. beer scene for inspiration. More recent craft styles include American Pale Ale, American IPA, India Pale Lager, Black IPA, and the American “Double” or “Imperial” IPA. Forget Budweiser, Miller and Coors, beer in America is in the vanguard of the craft beer revolution. There’s never been a better time to be a beer drinker in America.

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