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Snitches Brew? Anheuser-Busch Avoids Fines in Massive European Beer-Price Fixing Case

Snitches Brew? Anheuser-Busch Avoids Fines in Massive European Beer-Price Fixing Case
An investigation launched on information from the German branch of Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA, which wasn't fined as a result of its cooperation, has resulted in fines of 231.2 million euros ($319 million) for beer-price fixing in Europe.
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Chimay of the West: American Monks Brewing Authentic 'Trappist' Ale

Chimay of the West: American Monks Brewing Authentic 'Trappist' Ale
Monks in Massachusetts are brewing the first ever authentic American Trappist beer - a style loved around the world, and coveted by the eight brewery/monasteries in Europe that have for centuries perfected the heady ale.
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Shutdown Hangover: Craft Breweries Nursing Regulatory Headache While Washington Acts Drunk

Shutdown Hangover: Craft Breweries Nursing Regulatory Headache While Washington Acts Drunk
The federal government shutdown could leave America's craft brewers with a serious hangover. Stores will still offer plenty of suds. But the shutdown has closed an obscure agency that quietly approves new breweries, recipes and labels, which could create huge delays throughout the rapidly growing craft industry, whose customers expect a constant supply of inventive and seasonal beers.
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Carrie Antlfinger and Todd Richmond
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Craft Brewers Call on President Obama to Protect American Waters

Craft Brewers Call on President Obama to Protect American Waters
The first outreach effort from the Brewers for Clean Water campaign calls on America’s most visible home brewer—President Obama—to move forward long-delayed safeguards under the Clean Water Act. The campaign is a partnership between the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and some of the nation’s most respected craft brewers aimed at protecting and bolstering America’s bedrock water protection law.
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