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Analysis of the American Craft Beer Industry
Baron, Mark Robert ; Maier, Tomáš (advisor) ; Jan, Jan (referee)
This thesis aims to analyze the effects of franchise laws and excise tax breaks targeted specifically at small brewers, as well as the effects of the right of small brewers to self-distribute their products. The amount of the state excise tax per gallon, population density, and beer consumption per capita are also analyzed as secondary effects to explain the size and growth of the craft beer industry. The analysis is carried out using two-equation, multivariate ordinary least squares regressions at the national level and additional models for the Northeastern, Midwestern, Southern, and Western regions of the United States of America. The final discussions of this thesis discuss the findings of these legislations as well as the additional factors regressed and provide insight for implications or lack thereof on the booming American Craft Beer Industry.

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