Jul 30, 2015

Beer industry has $7.8B impact on N.C. economy, according to National Beer Wholesalers Association and Beer Institute - Charlotte Business Journal

This most recent economic impact study was conducted by the National Beer Wholesalers Association and The Beer Institute.

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