Beer Watch: Saving a historic home, with the help of beer

How it’s already almost August, I don’t know. I don’t even know how we’re already eight months into 2018, or whether time is linear or circular, or what the meaning of it all is. But I do know it’s the start of a new month, which means it’s time for Beer Watch. Here’s what’s going […]

Beer Watch: Local Brews Round-Up for July

Here are some good places to enjoy a beer this summer: At a barbecue. Beside the pool. On the beach (in a cozy or opaque generic container depending on where you’re beaching). On a balcony, at a ballgame and, most importantly, at your local brewery. Luckily on Delmarva there’s no shortage of local craft breweries […]

Beer Watch: Will new metal tariffs raise the price of beer?

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On June 1, aluminum and steel tariffs were imposed upon three major U.S. allies: Canada, Mexico and the European Union. President Trump initially enacted these metal tariffs worldwide back in March, but the three major trading partners listed above were exempt until now. When the penalty, a 25% tax on imported steel and a 10% […]

Beer Watch: While mainstream beer sales decline, craft industry grows

Beer Watch March

There’s a lot going on in the worlds of both craft and mainstream beer this month, from new numbers on 2017 production to a tariff that could impact breweries across the United States. Here’s your March Beer Watch. Craft industry is growing, but slowing down Small and Independent Brewers See Sustained Growth in 2017 Boulder, […]