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Key supplies are increasing in price and decreasing in supply putting pressure on an industry still recovering from COVID-19 closures.
John D. Peterson and his business partner Art Weidner grow two varieties of the viney, thirsty hop plant on an 80- by 50-foot plot tucked into the back of Peterson's family farm near Sabin.
The "North Dakota beer with an Irish spirit" sells well in a six-state distribution network, but the craft brewery hasn't been able to make up the losses in its taproom, owner Sam Corr says.
A Minnesota state warning has some retailers and producers taking a wait and see on THC-infused brews.
It’s a significant development for the state’s growing craft brewing and distilling industries, which have been pushing for years to expand what they can sell directly from their operations. Distilleries want to be able to sell larger bottles, and the state’s biggest craft breweries have wanted fewer restrictions on the sale of growlers, the large glass bottles typically used to carry draft beer poured from taphouses.

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