Beer drinkers in Wisconsin are demanding better beer choices, so Wisconsin Beer Distributors is offering its own line of beer to go.
In Wisconsin, beer is a big deal.
Beer is a key component of life in the state, but the state’s beer market is shrinking.
A study last year found that Wisconsin had the fifth-largest beer market in the country, and the beer industry accounts for just under 1% of the state economy.
The state has a population of about 9.6 million, which is about 20% smaller than in 1980.
“We need to do a better job of providing our customers with better beer options,” said Michael Smith, senior vice president for beer at Wisconsin Beer.
“We want to make sure that our customers know what they’re getting and the quality of the product we provide.”
Wisconsin’s beer brands are made in-house by the brewery.
The Wisconsin Brewers Guild distributes its beers through the state.
The brewers also own the Wisconsin Beer Company, a subsidiary that produces and sells beer at breweries and other small craft breweries.
The company is owned by the Wisconsin Brewers Alliance, a nonprofit organization that helps small brewers expand their market.
Wisconsin is home to about 7,500 breweries, which account for about 6% of all the state�s breweries.
Wisconsin has one of the nation�s highest levels of craft beer production, with more than 1,000 breweries and distilleries in the U.S. The average craft brewery produces about 15,000 barrels a year, while the average distillery produces about 1.5 million barrels.
A state-wide survey by the Brewers Association found that the average beer consumer consumes approximately 40% more beer than they did 10 years ago.
A survey by MillerCoors found that craft beer consumers spend $11.9 billion annually on beer, while non-craft beer drinkers spend $8.6 billion.
Wisconsin ranks as one of three states where craft beer consumption exceeds the national average, according to a 2014 survey by Beer Advocate.
Smith said the Wisconsin Craft Brewers Association, which represents brewers and distillers in the industry, has been working on the plan for about a year.
He said they were able to reach an agreement with the Wisconsin beer industry to start this initiative.
Smith added that Wisconsin’s craft beer program will be more flexible and less restrictive than the state-run craft beer programs in other states.
The program will focus on bringing in more craft brewers, which will allow more beer drinkers to get the best possible product.
Smith says Wisconsin craft beer drinkers will get better beer from the state while they are away.
He also said the program will help the state attract a larger and more diversified beer industry.
“This will help us be a leader in this industry, which has been lacking in the past decade,” Smith said.
“It will help to bring in more people and grow our industry.”
Wisconsin Beer Distributing is offering the beer from six Wisconsin breweries, including Blackstone, Green Bay Brewing Company, Grolsch, Lakefront, Olde Bay Brewery, and Taconic.
The Wisconsin Beer Co. has a long history in the craft beer industry and is well known for its beer-infused drinks, which include the popular Budweiser and Bud Light.
Wisconsin Beer also has a brewery in Wisconsin and an office in Madison.