List of microbreweries

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Beer brewing tanks at microbrewery & restaurant "Zea" in Metairie, Louisiana

This is a list of notable microbreweries. A microbrewery is a brewery which produces a limited amount of beer.[1] The qualifications to be classified as a microbrewery vary by country. The term "microbrewery" originated in the United Kingdom in the late 1970s to describe the new generation of small breweries which focused on producing traditional cask ale. The first successful example of this approach was Litchborough Brewery founded by Bill Urquhart in 1975 in the Northamptonshire village of the same name. Although originally "microbrewery" was used in relation to the size of breweries, it gradually came to reflect an alternative attitude and approach to brewing flexibility, adaptability, experimentation and customer service. The term and trend spread to the United States in the 1980s where it eventually was used as a designation of breweries that produce fewer than 15,000 U.S. beer barrels (1,800,000 Liters) (475,000 U.S. gallons) annually.[2]

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A bottle of Red Baron Premium Blonde Lager made by Brick Brewing Company

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An opened Churchkey Pilsner can from the Churchkey Can Company. The brewery's name refers to its flagship beer, which must be opened using a churchkey.
Cropton Brewery is located in Cropton, a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England

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A bottle of beer made by Dixie Brewing Company

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Signage for the Flying Bison Brewing Company above the rear entrance to their brewery

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Half Pints Brewing Company's Humulus Ludicrous, an extremely hoppy double IPA, with a published bitterness rating of 100 International Bitterness Units (IBU).

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Longboard Island Lager from Kona Brewing Company

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The back of Lakefront Brewery (and Brewers' Point Apartments) along the Milwaukee River

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Beer made by Muskoka Cottage Brewery: left, Muskoka Honey Brown lager; right, Muskoka Dark Ale

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Part of Otter Creek Brewing's production line

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