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Founded by a homebrewer and chemist looking for an efficient, safe and ecologically sound alternative to mass market cleansers, LOGIC Inc. offers One Step to remove light grime and Straight-A to remove heavier soils on brewing and winemaking bottles and equipment.
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Logic Inc.11 hours ago

An economic study highlights that the vast scope of the U.S. beer industry – from brewers and beer importers to beer distributors to retailers – generates more than $328 billion in economic activity, more than 2.1 million American jobs and nearly $59 billion in tax revenue.

Jobs, tax contribution and economic impact figures for each state can be found in the report.

The Beer Institute and the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Serves America report to highlight the industry’s complete impact on the American economy. The study, based on government and industry data, examines direct, indirect and induced spending, labor, and tax collection.

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Logic Inc.1 day ago
The Winemakers Planting Alternative Varieties and Reimagining California’s Future

For many American wine drinkers, California is synonymous with Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Pinot Noir. It makes sense: This trifecta dominates viticulture in the Golden State.

According to California’s most recent Department of Food and Agriculture report, in 2017, Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Pinot Noir were the top three most-planted wine grapes statewide. Plantings spanned more than 93,000, 91,000, and 45,000 acres, respectively.

However, a handful of producers are venturing into the unknown, exploring the untapped potential of “alternative” varieties in California soils. Meet the winemakers pioneering this new wave of California viticulture. Their passion-fueled projects are impacted by market share and climate change and have enormous potential to revolutionize how the world thinks about and drinks California wines.

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Logic Inc.2 days ago
LOCAL EVENT OF THE WEEK: ValleyFest - the Shenandoah Valley's Beer & Wine Festival

ValleyFest, held on Memorial Day weekend, is the kick-off to summer! More than 4,000 people celebrate the holiday weekend at the festival, dancing to live music, sampling food, shopping for unique and handmade crafts, and enjoying quality wines, ciders, and microbrews of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and beyond. Many varieties of beer and wine will be represented, from stouts to sours, dry to sweet and pinot to malbecs. It's all of the beer, cider, and wine you could possibly enjoy in one place!

#craftbeer #craftbrewery #brewery #homebrew #beerbrewing #beerlover #winery #winemaking #wine #winemaker #vineyard #winelover #beerfest #winefest
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Logic Inc.3 days ago
Belgian monks resurrect 220-year-old beer after finding recipe

Grimbergen Abbey brew incorporates methods found in 12th-century books

It has taken more than 220 years but an order of monks at Grimbergen Abbey, producers of a fabled medieval beer whose brand was adopted by mass producers in the 1950s, have started to brew again after rediscovering the original ingredients and methods in their archives.

In a sign of the significance of the news for beer-loving Belgians, the announcement was made by the abbey’s subprior, Father Karel Stautemas, in the presence of the town’s mayor and 120 journalists and enthusiasts.

Uncasking the first glass, Stautemas said the development was the culmination of four years of research into the methods of monks that brewed beer in the Norbertine monastery before it was burned down by French revolutionaries in 1798. The monastery was later reinstated but the brewery and its recipes were thought to be lost.

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Logic Inc.4 days ago
Happy Monday! The end of the week is alway something to look forward to!

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Logic Inc.5 days ago
𝐌𝐨𝐛𝐢𝐥𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐛𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐬𝐚𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐞𝐲 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐌𝐈 𝐰𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐬⁣

Wine is generally thought of as a laidback indulgence, something to be enjoyed in small sips over good conversation.⁣

But that's not necessarily the case when it comes to the bottling process.⁣

A new company in Michigan is working to save wineries space, time, and most importantly, money.⁣

"Anything we can do to help this area grow helps all the other wineries out here," said Sam Simpson of Harbor Hill Fruit Farms.⁣

Inside his trailer wine bottles can be filled, corked. and labeled faster than in a traditional wine production facility.⁣

Harbor Hill owner and manager Simpson says this technology saves time.⁣

"Traditionally we were doing about 600 cases in a day it would still take 4 people. We're able to do 1800 cases in a full day now with four people, so we've been able to triple our output."⁣

The mobile bottling unit can also save space floor space.⁣ There's also cost savings involved.⁣

"For smaller wineries that are doing hand spout filling, when they account for their time and equipment they're somewhere around the 7 to 8 dollar a case range. Our pricing is somewhere around $2.65 to $3.65."⁣

"Any time we have the opportunity as an industry to bring in more technology - we need to embrace it, so I was extremely excited."⁣

Harbor Hill plans to expand their services throughout the state of Michigan and while they didn't invent the idea of mobile bottling... they're one of the first in their region to use it.⁣

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