34 Catchy Beer Company Names

The beer industry has been experiencing an increase in growth from the craft beer segment. Developing countries are also increasing consumption and continues to rise as disposable income increases. Some of the strongest volume growth is sen in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. A growing popularity with premium imports and craft beers continue to out perform mainstream beer. China has been experiencing the largest beer market in terms of volume and growth is predicted to remain strong in coming years. Through industry consolidation, more brands can enter into global distribution. A collection of the top beer company names are compiled below from brewery brands throughout the United States.

Alpine Beer Company
Avery Brewing Co.
Bell’s Brewery
Boneyard Beer Company
Boston Beer
Boulevard Brewing Company
Cigar City Brewing Company
Clearfield
Dogfish Head
Driftwood Brewery
Foothills Brewing Company
Founders Brewing Company
Grassroots Brewery
Half Acre Beer Company
Hill Farmstead Brewery
Kane Brewing Company
La Cumbre Brewing Company
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Medifast
New Belgium Brewing Company
New England Brewing Company
Odell Brewing Company
Oskar Blues
Rogue Ales
Russian River Brewing Company
Sierra Nevada
SolarWinds
Stone Brewing Company
Surly Brewing Company
The Lone Pint Brewery
Three Floyds Brewing Company
Tired Hands Brewing Company
Tree House Brewing Company
Wormtown Brewing Company

The below infographic lists the most popular myths with beer brewing. One of the most popular myths surround the color of beer in relation to the way that it is brewed. However, the dark or light tones of the color are based on the barley, not the weight of the beer. Craft beers are also popularly believed to be higher in alcohol content. However, this is untrue. Craft beers can range between 4% to 11% in alcohol content.

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