How would you describe the american craft beer market atm? Is it dominated by foreign (belgian?) beers or are they mainly domestic products? Here in Holland we have about a dozen A brand pilseners and a million special beers. There's this pub in Utrecht city called Café Belgium and they have this beer menu next to the entrance. From time to time i'll be in Utrecht and when friends are around we always go there.
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Post by fuzzyruttin on Jun 9, 2019 17:04:10 GMT -5
I'd say it's predominantly pale ales and IPAs that come from the particular region. However there happens to be a Belgian-style brewery not far from me call Ommegang. A lot of people love their beer, but I'll be honest, I'm just not that big into Belgians. The larger breweries distribute nationwide, and there is always beer that's available only locally. It makes for fun beer exploring. There's a place called Now & Later about a mile from me. They have 10 taps that are constantly rotated, and I'd say about 300 other craft beers. The owner drives down to New York City a lot to get beer that is otherwise unavailable from the distributors in our area. There is also a World of Beer about 3 miles from me - they probably have 50 taps (?) and probably about 300 different beers to choose from as well. They are a craft brew restaurant chain that started in Tampa Florida maybe 10 years ago. Depending on where you go, there are some imports, but it's generally domestic beer.
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