In the United States of America, we’ve gotten pretty good at celebrating things, and beer is no exception. Individual styles of beer get recognized on their own day. Take, for example, IPA Day, which falls on August 4 this year. Many cities publicize their local scene with craft beer week festivities. Portland, Oregon will be celebrating its legendary beer culture June 9-19 in 2016.

But when it comes to beer, North Carolina kicks things up a notch. The “First in Flight” state rewards its breweries and aficionados with an entire month of festivities. Yes, April is North Carolina Beer Month . All. Month. Long.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina hatched this no-brainer of an idea to cast a national spotlight on the state’s world-class beer scene. After all, Asheville is regularly referred to as “Beer City USA” and the rest of the state isn’t too shabby, with Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh pulling their own weight. North Carolina’s progressive beer laws make it the perfect spot for entrepreneurs to try their hand at launching a brewery, and for established brands to increase distribution and production with an east coast location.

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Take an advanced look at craft brewery wastewater management and gain knowledge to help develop your brewery form an effective partnership with local wastewater treatment facilities.

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In the United States of America, we’ve gotten pretty good at celebrating things, and beer is no exception. Individual styles of beer get recognized on their own day. Take, for example, IPA Day, which falls on August 4 this year. Many cities publicize their local scene with craft beer week festivities. Portland, Oregon will be celebrating its legendary beer culture June 9-19 in 2016.

But when it comes to beer, North Carolina kicks things up a notch. The “First in Flight” state rewards its breweries and aficionados with an entire month of festivities. Yes, April is North Carolina Beer Month . All. Month. Long.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina hatched this no-brainer of an idea to cast a national spotlight on the state’s world-class beer scene. After all, Asheville is regularly referred to as “Beer City USA” and the rest of the state isn’t too shabby, with Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh pulling their own weight. North Carolina’s progressive beer laws make it the perfect spot for entrepreneurs to try their hand at launching a brewery, and for established brands to increase distribution and production with an east coast location.

In the United States of America, we’ve gotten pretty good at celebrating things, and beer is no exception. Individual styles of beer get recognized on their own day. Take, for example, IPA Day, which falls on August 4 this year. Many cities publicize their local scene with craft beer week festivities. Portland, Oregon will be celebrating its legendary beer culture June 9-19 in 2016.

But when it comes to beer, North Carolina kicks things up a notch. The “First in Flight” state rewards its breweries and aficionados with an entire month of festivities. Yes, April is North Carolina Beer Month . All. Month. Long.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina hatched this no-brainer of an idea to cast a national spotlight on the state’s world-class beer scene. After all, Asheville is regularly referred to as “Beer City USA” and the rest of the state isn’t too shabby, with Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh pulling their own weight. North Carolina’s progressive beer laws make it the perfect spot for entrepreneurs to try their hand at launching a brewery, and for established brands to increase distribution and production with an east coast location.

Learn concepts, best practices, and innovations available to brewers and brewpub owners who are looking to enhance, expand, or renovate their operations and wish to incorporate sustainable and green building elements into their designs.

Take an advanced look at craft brewery wastewater management and gain knowledge to help develop your brewery form an effective partnership with local wastewater treatment facilities.

Health concerns associated with the widespread use of glyphosate have created public interest and questions, both in Europe and in the U.S. This best practice guidance is designed to increase understanding, scrutiny and accountability at …More

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