Which craft beer makers are making the best craft beers?
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Craft beer makers have made a big splash in the craft beer world, but many are making a lot of money.
The Craft Brewers Guild (CGW), the largest beer trade association in the US, has just announced that it will be raising its annual membership fees by $15.5 million over the next five years.
That’s a big raise for a trade association that doesn’t usually raise membership fees.
The move comes as the craft brew industry is on the brink of a renaissance, and the rise of craft beer brands like Sierra Nevada and Founders Brewing.
There are a lot more breweries in the country, and more beer drinkers, than there ever have been before.
But the craft brewing industry is still relatively small.
CGW says that the increase in membership fees will allow it to expand its operations in areas that it previously didn’t.
The association is looking to invest in new locations, improve technology, and add more events and production facilities.
Craft beer sales are expected to grow to more than $1 billion in 2018, up from $1.5 billion in 2016, according to the Brewers Association.
That will allow the association to increase the amount of money it pays its members.
The CGW said that membership fees, which were previously $2 per month, will increase to $10 per month in 2019.
That represents a $10 increase, and $10 more than the association paid in 2015.
CWA President Michael Young said the association is investing in new facilities that will increase the size of its beer production and distribution network.
The increase will also allow the union to better support its employees, who will now be able to benefit from additional benefits.
The union said it expects to increase membership by an additional $30 million in 2019, and an additional 20 percent in 2020.
Craft beer makers have made a big splash in the craft beer world, but many are making a lot of…