William Bostwick of The Wall Street Journal
recently took a road trip that allowed him to explore the differences in beer styles across the country. He realized that each geographic region has a very distinct beer style that local brewers do well.
While on his trip, Bostwick spoke with Bryant Goulding, vice president and co-founder of Rhinegeist
, who says that while breweries recognize their peers, there is still competition among the brewers. Each one wants to create a beer better than the next, which is why there are so many beers that are very similar but still distinctly different.
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