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  1. Timothy McGrath
    July 30, 2017 @ 8:22 pm

    It seems like competition among brewers is very tough. Quite a few are trying to promote their independence while others are trying to acquire other breweries. I’ve seen quite a few breweries form partnerships and make some very good beers. The politics of beer are becoming very interesting, but the competition and creativity coming from it seem to result in a lot of good beers to try. I’ll keep an eye out for what’s to come from the partial acquisition of Short’s by Lagunita’s.

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  2. Curbes Lurb
    July 27, 2017 @ 8:02 pm

    How is this such a mystery? LUSH is buying 19.9% of Short’s. Heineken owns 100% of LUSH. Therefore, directly or indirectly, Heineken will own 19.9% of Short’s. This is not complicated and shouldn’t be confusing to the craft beer community. No matter what the press release mentions or doesn’t mention about Heineken, they are the ultimate owners of this new stake in Short’s.

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