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Required Reading for February 10, 2020

We’re back with another edition of Required Reading!

Craft beer hater pulls gun on people outside Brooklyn’s Other Half Brewing Company (New York Post)

Chaos erupted outside a popular Brooklyn brewery Friday night, when an apparently annoyed craft-beer hater pulled a gun on a long line of people who were waiting to buy the latest designer IPA, according to cops and online reports.

National sushi vendor selects Brighton Meijer for first sushi, craft beer bar in the country (LivingstonDaily.com)

A national sushi vendor picked Brighton’s Meijer as the location for its first dine-in sushi and craft beer eatery. 

Charlotte, N.C.-based Hissho Sushi added its first Hissho Sushi & Craft Beer Bar to the Meijer store at 8650 Grand River Ave.

Department of Justice Asks Craft Brew Alliance and Anheuser-Busch InBev for More Information Ahead of Merger (Brewbound)

The U.S. Department of Justice is seeking additional information and documentation from Anheuser-Busch InBev and Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) as the two companies work toward a planned merger that was announced last November, according to a filing this morning with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Iowa Craft Beer and Politics (WBALTV)

In Iowa, farming and politics go hand in hand this time of year. Brie Jackson takes a look at how the craft beer industry is using the state’s long history of farming as part of their beer production.

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Written by Ryan

Ryan is the founder of Fueled By Hops and a fan of all things craft beer.

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