Friday, April 13, 2007

"Support Your Local Brewery" -- from the Brewers Association.

An interesting idea, and one that could be useful. First we need to wait and see whether the megabreweries sign on; if so, I may wish not to.


Support Your Local Brewery is a national, grassroots partnership of beer enthusiasts, professional trade associations and brewers dedicated to supporting and protecting the legislative and regulatory interests of small, traditional and independent craft breweries. Beer Activists are the Minutemen and Minutewomen of the brewing community. Just as the patriots of the revolutionary Minute Man Guard answered a fledgling nation's call to action, Beer Activists support their local brewery at a moment's notice. When you become a beer activist you'll be asked to respond to Beer Activist E-Action Alerts sent to your e-mail inbox. Your help will be needed to contact your legislative representatives when state or federal regulatory initiatives threaten the livelihood of your local brewery …

… Support Your Local Brewery was established in 2007 and is supported and funded by the Brewers Association, the national, not-for-profit trade association for professional U.S. craft brewers. To learn more about the Brewers Association visit

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