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Drink it Up: Sweetwater Brewery

For Metro-Atlanta and Georgia natives, Sweetwater is a household name for the brewery that started the industry revolution in the state. After being around for nearly two decades (today is their 18th birthday!), the West-Coast influenced brewery has established a strong presence in the Southeast, as well as growing their recognition as a competitive craft beer. 307 more words

How the craft beer revolution made cans cool again

For decades, US beer drinkers have operated on the assumption that high-end, foreign brews come in bottles, while down-home, budget beers are packaged in flimsy, 12-oz. 809 more words

Material Stories with Bayern Design at Brau Beviale 2014

New Materials for More Intelligent and Sustainable Packaging
Material Stories consults and inspires companies with strategic, innovative and sustainable perspectives for materials in design. At the Brau Beviale 2014 in Nuremberg materials expert… 197 more words


Mexico Beverage Forecasts October 2014

The Mexico Beverage Forecast report published by Canadean provides essential information on the prospective trends of the beverage industry in chosen country.

Key Findings
There was good growth in total All Commercial Beverage consumption… 307 more words

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Why a Soda Tax Matters

Over the last several years, there have been over 30 proposed taxes on sugary beverages.  Sugary drinks (such as soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks) are the single… 802 more words


The Right to Drink Poorly on the Cheap

You don’t have to be a Veggie-Paleo-South Beach booster to know that drinking popular sugary drinks is awful for your body in just about every way you can think of.   1,190 more words


Beverage Industry Pours Money Into Campaign To Defeat Berkeley Soda Tax Ballot Measure

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — The American Beverage Association has donated another half-million dollars to fight a Berkeley ballot measure that would tax sodas and other sugary drinks. 170 more words