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Is the craft beer industry facing a slowdown?




A Russian River Brewing Company bartender pours a glass of the newly released Pliny the Younger triple IPA beer on February 7, 2014 in Santa Rosa, California.
A Russian River Brewing Company bartender pours a glass of the newly released Pliny the Younger triple IPA beer on February 7, 2014 in Santa Rosa, California.
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Craft beer has been on the scene for a while now.

And with that, many beer businesses have opted to become part of the craze. But could the proliferation of so many companies be oversaturating the market?

As reported in The Wall Street journal, with a large number of small craft beer companies on the rise, it’s been difficult for breweries to find hops that give their product that signature taste.

Larry speaks today to Tom McCormick of the California Craft Brewers Association, to find out more about the future of the craft beer industry.

Guest:

Tom McCormick, executive director of California Craft Brewers Association