Speed drives almost all technological innovations. The assembly line was built because Henry Ford wanted to put his cars together more quickly. The internet was created because data transfers between information agencies were too slow. The airplane was invented because the Wright Brothers thought that ocean-based transport took too long – and they thought of. . .
The craft brewing industry is huge in the United States – and shows no signs of slowing down. While domestic “macrobrews” still lead the pack in terms of overall sales volume, craft breweries have been experiencing staggering growth. In 2012, the overall market cap of the craft brewing industry was $10.2 billion. By 2016, this. . .