More restaurants are tapping into expanded craft-beer programs as the popularity of smaller brewers has increased along with the number of those brewers. From players who have their own on-site breweries to casual-dining chains, the segment is growing. And craft beer continues to turn consumers’ heads, research shows. “Outpacing its competitive beer segments of domestic and imported beer brands, craft beer has kept an upward trajectory throughout the economic downturn and ...

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