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Best friend and best beverage :  Do you find that you like beers that have the same traits as you find in your beloved Max?
From the Blue Dog Tavern to Good Dog Bar and Flying Dog Brewery, there’s no doubt that we Americans love our dogs so much we weave them into the names of our favorite watering holes. Surprised? When you consider the traits that make our pups so loveable, we can’t help associating those same traits to the places that connect us with friends and relaxation. The overall beer market in the U.S. brings in $100 billion of revenue each year. Craft beer alone is a $33 billion industry which accounts for 360,000 jobs in the market. And standing firmly next to that figure are the cool 61-billion bucks that Americans spend on their pets each year. By comparison, the wine industry brings in $36.3 billion in total retail sales. No wonder we name our beers and our bars after our beloved dogs. Admiration of our best friend and best beverage anchors the two together in American culture. Dogs have been used for friendship, protection, service, and even for therapy. Dr. Charles Mayo, of Mayo    Read More...

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Industry Member profiles give your beer-oriented business an outgoing voice in the BeerLovers community, providing a means of keeping enthusiasts informed and up-to-date.

This outgoing voice can be configured to echo on other social platforms, so that a single update will reach multiple communities and save you time in getting your message out to your dedicated followers as well as a broader audience.

Within the BeerLovers community your level of engagement can be optionally increased by adding and configuring social applications designed to enable multi-directional communications. For example, our Discussions application is similar to a traditional forum but relates only to your business and can be configured as to who can see the discussions and who can initiate discussion topics.

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