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What's with all these craft beers?

gutreactions | Sep 18, 201806:13 AM     41

Caught a commentary by commentator/comedian Jim Gaffigan on CBS Sunday Morning Show this past weekend lambasting the explosion of craft beers/microbreweries around the country. It struck me as true: when is enough, enough? I admit to enjoying visits to microbrew tasting rooms wherever we travel. It has almost become a part of our itinerary, but there seems to be no end. In my small county just outside of N.Y.C. there are already 4 microbreweries, with 2 more on the way. And some of the concoctions they produce are really pushing the envelope.

What are your feelings about the explosive growth of the craft beer industry? Has it become too confusing to order a simple beer?

Wait, Why Does Jim Gaffigan Hate Craft Beer So Much?

Not all locally-produced beers are “bad,” Jim.

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