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Last Call: Beer Futures

Last Call: Beer Futures
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Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

With more than 8,000 breweries, the United States is home to the most dynamic and creative small brewing industry in the world. Yet as the industry grew, many were excluded from its ranks. Today’s brewers face threats associated with the pandemic, the brewing supply chain, and climate change. What lies ahead? The future of American beer must be inclusive. It must be environmentally sustainable. It will be even more creative than its past. And it promises flavors and styles that have not yet been imagined. Join us for a conversation among several innovators who are imagining—and creating—new futures for American beer, from grain and flower to glass.

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