Microbrew beers have become the mighty mites of the beer case. While sales of traditional beers have been flat and imports are losing some of their spark, sales of microbrews -- made by breweries that produce less than 15,000 barrels of specialty beer per year -- continue to skyrocket, largely at the expense of inexpensive "budget" beers. "As of right now there is no stopping the microbrew beers. I think they will continue to grow," said Oscar Sicola, liquor and beer buyer-merchandiser at ...
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