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  • More women are drinking flavoured craft beers
  • More women are drinking flavoured craft beers
    Bill Dickinson (2014) ©
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More women are drinking flavoured craft beers

Now worth $22.3 billion, the craft beer movement has been making waves in recent years by offering alternatives to those who wouldn’t drink a session lager. New research now shows that certain varieties – such as Golden Ale – are particularly appealing to women, driving a surge in sales as a result.

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