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As big breweries gobble up one-time craft breweries, the “craft” landscape continues to change. Who are the biggest craft—or “independent”—players? Well, every year the Brewers Association parses through the data to find the breweries with the most impressive sales numbers who also meet the criteria for the list, meaning they produce 6 million barrels of beer or less a year, are less than 25% owned by a beverage industry member that isn’t craft, and they use a traditional process in the creation of their beer. The top 20 are listed below. Click the link after the post to see the rest of the list.

20. Great Lakes Brewing Co.

19. Alaskan Brewing 

18. Harpoon Brewery

17. Matt Brewing Co.

16. New Glarus Brewing Co.

15. SweetWater Brewing Co.

14. Artisanal Brewing Ventures

13. Minhas Craft Brewery

12. Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

11. Brooklyn Brewery

10. Deschutes Brewery

9. CANarchy

8. Stone Brewing Co.

7. Bell’s Brewery

6. Gambrinus

5. Duvel Moortgat

4. New Belgium Brewing Co.

3. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

2. Boston Beer Co.

  1. D. G. Yuengling & Son, Inc
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