When it comes to beer, “craft” is about as clear as what’s a catch these days in the NFL. If you follow along with The Brewers Association’s guidelines, “craft” means the brewery produces less than 6 million barrels a year, is at least 75% controlled by the brewer, and makes at least 50% of their beer with “traditional or innovative” ingredients. Basically, it’s complicated. If you want to know which of these craft brewers sell the most beer, well, The Brewers Association releases a list every year for you to peruse. Here’s a look at the rankings for the biggest craft breweries based on sales in 2015:

  1. D.G. Yuengling and Son, Inc
  2. Boston Beer Company
  3. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
  4. New Belgium Brewing Co.
  5. Gambrinus
  6. Lagunitas Brewing Co.
  7. Bell’s Brewery, Inc
  8. Deschutes Brewery
  9. Minhas Craft Brewery
  10. Stone Brewing Co
  11. Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
  12. Brooklyn Brewery
  13. Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
  14. Oskar Blues Brewing Holding Co.
  15. Duvel Moortgat USA
  16. Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
  17. Matt Brewing Co.
  18. SweetWater Brewing Co.
  19. Harpoon Brewery
  20. New Glarus Brewing Co.

Check out the rest of the list at Draft Magazine


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