What are your favorite beer and beer culture traditions?
The craft beer industry is known for its love affair with the ales, but its most popular beer tradition has also been known to push the limits.
The Craft Brewers Association has launched a new initiative, which will feature some of the world’s best craft beer, to promote and celebrate the craft beer culture.
This is the second year the initiative will be launched.
CBA is a trade association of beer makers and distributors, and the association is responsible for promoting and promoting the industry in North America.
The new initiative will also include a beer-themed event, as well as a beer festival in 2018.
“This is a chance for the beer lovers in the U.S. and Canada to come together and celebrate and celebrate,” said Mike Vickers, president and CEO of the CBA.
The initiative is being sponsored by The Craft Beer Project, a collaboration between beer lovers, brewers, retailers and beer industry experts.
The event is expected to take place in 2018 and will feature beer from the breweries participating.
A total of 20 breweries will be participating in the event.
The participating breweries are: Blue Point Brewing, Avery Brewing Co., Boulevard Brewing, Coors Light Brewing, Sierra Nevada Brewing, Three Floyds Brewing Co. and Yakima Brewing Co.(CBS News) The beer festival will take place at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) in Chicago, and will be held at The Park at Wrigley Field on June 17, 2019.
The festival will be open to the public.
Vickers said he’s excited for this event to be able to draw more craft beer lovers to Chicago, since it will be one of the first events in the country to showcase the craft brews.
“The first time I went to the beer festival was a few years ago and it was just amazing.
I remember that day very clearly.
I was sitting with my family, my daughter was just a few months old, and it just blew my mind,” he said.
Craft beer lovers can also join in on the festivities.
Participants will have the opportunity to taste a variety of craft beers from around the world, while also having the chance to sample a variety from some of Chicago’s top craft brewers.
The brewers will also be able pick up a limited edition T-shirt featuring their favorite craft beer.
The event is scheduled to take off in Chicago on May 11, 2019 and will continue throughout the Midwest.
The beer-centric event will feature an assortment of beers, including some of those that are brewed by craft breweries and some that are not.
“We will have some of our top craft beers on tap, but also some of your standard offerings from the bigger breweries that we love, and we’re going to take advantage of the festival to have some really great food options,” said Vickers.
The Craft Beer Festival will also feature beer tastings from the likes of Coors, Sierra, MillerCoors and Bell’s Brewery.
There will be live music from local bands and a variety that will make the experience feel a bit more local.