VIDEO: Help The Brewers Association Take Back Craft Beer!
The Brewers Association has decided that before big brewers can buy out all the craft beer companies, they are going to buy them out. Want to join the movement? Check out this comical video and learn how!
By The Beer Community on Oct. 20, 2017
Watch the Brewers Association Video
The Result: BUY ABI!!!! And take craft beer back! According to the numbers on their website, they have already hit $2.5 mil. in pledges from almost 8,000 discerning beer drinkers like yourself. So maybe it’s not as impossible as it sounds? Good luck BA!
Also, take some time to check out another worthy campaign started by the BA this summer called the Independent Seal Campaign. This campaign encourages small, local breweries to put the BA’s Seal on their products, so that craft beer loving enthusiasts know that their company is indeed a small, independent craft brewer rather than a craft beer company bought over by the big guys.
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