Diane Egner on LinkedIn: Ybor's BarrieHaus Beer Co: the small brewery with a big reputation (2024)

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Ybor City's BarrieHaus Beer Co. has won two gold medals at the prestigious World Beer Cup, including one this year, and earned Best Small Brewery at the 2024 Best Florida Beer Competition. 83 Degrees Media BarrieHaus Beer Co. Casa Ybor Ybor City Development Corporation Ybor City Chamber Of Commerce https://lnkd.in/eJQjZxiK

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Who drinks craft beer the most? ›

Drinkers By the Numbers
  • Millennials make up 32.9% of the volume of craft beer consumers, and this demographic makes up 26.1% of the total adult population.
  • Gen X'ers make up 23.9% of the volume of craft beer consumers, and this demographic makes up 18.7% of the total adult population.

Is craft beer a good business? ›

Compared to similar business models such as a restaurant or bar, breweries are extremely profitable. The average profit margin for breweries is typically around 20%. And according to Beverage Trade Network, a “good” profit margin for a brewery is around 25% or higher.

What is so great about craft beer? ›

Unlike mass-produced beers that often prioritize uniformity over taste, craft brewers revel in experimentation. From crisp IPAs bursting with citrusy hops to rich stouts infused with notes of chocolate and coffee, craft breweries offer a tantalizing array of flavors to suit every palate.

What makes a great craft beer? ›

Flavor and Craftsmanship

It takes more than just a unique tale and a pretty label to make a craft beer what it is. A popular craft beer and other type of unique and artisan beer should also be equipped with special flavors and delicious additives to make the beer taste well from the onset to the aftertaste.

Who is the biggest beer drinker? ›

1 title goes to the Czech Republic, which claimed the top spot for the 30th consecutive year in 2022 with 188.5 liters (approximately 50 gallons) of beer consumed per capita. Filling out the top three are Austria and Poland, which placed second and third, respectively.

What state drinks the most beer? ›

The States That Drink the Most Beer Overall

Naturally, the most highly populated states in America are the states that consume the most beer, with California — the most populous state in the U.S. — leading the pack with 795.2 million gallons of beer drunk in 2021.

What state is number 1 in craft beer? ›

Despite California being, the leading craft beer producer, Vermont is the state with the most breweries per capita. In 2022, there were over 15 breweries for every 100 thousand residents in Vermont.

Is craft beer on the decline? ›

US craft-beer production dips in 2023 amid wider category woes – data. Craft beer production declined 1% on 2022 levels while the country's "overall beer market" booked a 5.1% decrease.

Is beer making an expensive hobby? ›

As hobbies go, homebrewing is inexpensive. You can make it costly, but the basics can be done very economically. Once you have the needed equipment, the cost of ingredients and expendibles for a moderate gravity 5.0-gallon (19-L) batch of beer is generally only 30 to 40 dollars.

Can craft beer cause stomach issues? ›

Yes, there are anecdotal reports from individuals who have experienced malaise, digestive problems, and other adverse reactions after consuming beers with a high hop content. These individual experiences, while not conclusive, suggest that some people may be more susceptible to hops-related discomforts.

Is craft beer good for gut health? ›

The live yeast and beneficial bacteria found in craft beer can help promote a healthy gut microbiome, which is important for proper digestion, immune system function, and mental health. Choosing low-alcohol or gluten-free options can further enhance the positive effects of craft beer on gut health.

Why is craft beer so expensive now? ›

Beer is getting expensive because the costs of production have increased just like everything else in the economy. All those hops and grains cost $$.

What kind of people drink craft beer? ›

In the 2015 Harris poll data, non-Hispanic whites were 86.3% of craft drinkers, with 13.7% coming from other races/ethnicities. In 2018, the percent white dropped to 85.5%, with non-white increasing slightly to 14.5%.

Is craft beer better than regular beer? ›

Unlike conventional beer, craft beers provide better health benefits due to their varied and high content of phenolic compounds (PCs) and also due to their alcohol content, but the latter is controversial.

Who are the main consumers of craft beer? ›

Major findings of this study indicated that craft beer consumers tend to be younger, mostly males, highly-educated, with higher incomes.

Who is the target audience for craft beer? ›

Demographics: As of 2022, the largest demographic segment of craft beer drinkers in the United States were millennials, aged 25-34, accounting for 35% of the consumption.

Who are craft beer drinkers? ›

While craft beer drinkers are often characterized by their sensory preferences for innovative beers of high flavor complexity, high quality and authenticity, there are also a number of other attitudinal, motivational and behavioral characteristics of craft beer drinkers that have been identified.

What age group drinks the most craft beer? ›

The age group with the largest increase in craft drinkers was 35-44-year-olds, with a 16% increase, to 56%. The 21-34 age group had the highest rate of craft drinkers at 60%, a 10% increase from last year. Older respondents, ages 65 and up, had the lowest rate of craft drinkers, at 21%.

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