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That's a little bit tautological and a little bit misleading; tautological because widely-known beers have nationwide production and distribution and so of course they're produced by big companies, and misleading because unlike unlike self-care products like Axe and Dove, the different beer "brands" owned by major brewing firms tend to be run out of different breweries with different practices; they're different products, just with shared financing.

And, obviously, within any one local market, there will be far more better-known regional brands, often not owned by any big corporation.




Most have merged recently and are global. Give it ten years and bet you’ll find the breweries have consolidated somewhat.


That is the exact opposite of what has been happening in recent years. Bigger independent breweries get bought out but more smaller ones take their place.

https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2018/01/craft-b...




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