Atlas is permitted to sell the new beer within its own taproom on site, but taproom sales represent only 5% of its sales, Cox says. It received more than 192,000 label applications in 2018.
US -based breweries have become an unexpected casualty of the federal government shutdown.
"It's a super competitive business right now and every dollar we can get helps keep our employees employed, keeps the ingredients flowing so the whole business stems on a myriad of things", Williams says.
All labels have to be approved by the federal government. And that's a problem for beer makers like Joe Katchever. Craig Purser heads the National Beer Wholesalers Association and says large beer makers in the USA are also anxious about the bureau being furloughed.
Pearl Street is celebrating its 20th anniversary in February, and Katchever's team brewed something special for the big anniversary party. "I think about all the spring releases that are going to be coming out soon".
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Craft breweries are in fierce competition with each other for innovative new beers.
Hooker won't mass produce the beers it needs approval on just yet.
Owners there say they have a lot to look forward to. The agency will be facing a huge backlog of applications.
Beer drinkers will not get to sample brand new creations from their favorite breweries during the government shutdown. Otherwise, the beer might just sit in the tanks. "[It] doesn't matter what the size of the company is; when nobody's answering the phone, the work stops and it really puts the beer industry at a disadvantage", Purser said. It really makes it very hard.
Paul Gatza, director of the Brewers Association, estimates half of the craft breweries in the USA are in a similar position. As a result, Washington, D.C., craft brewer Atlas Brew Works can't fully distribute its new apricot I.P.A., "The Precious One".