What is the difference between a craft brewery and a microbrewery?

What is a microbrewery?

A microbrewery is classified by the number of beer barrels it produces in a year, which is a limit of 15,000 barrels of beer per year, and at least 75 percent of that beer must be sold outside of the brewery.

Although 75 percent or more of microbrewery beer must be sold at off-site locations, some microbreweries have beer on site in small tasting rooms or bars for consumers to visit.

What is a craft brewery?

A craft brewery brews no more than 2 million gallons of beer per year, and is owned independently. Unlike a microbrewery, a craft brewery has set limitations on the techniques of their beer production. A craft brewery’s beer must contain at least 50 percent traditional malt, rather than adjuncts such as oats, barley and wheat.

The term “craft” in craft beer pertains to the fact that these small breweries view beer production as more of an art form than their large-scale corporate competitors. Craft brewers are small and independent, and often strive to form a connection with their customers. They care more for their commitment to maximizing flavor and aroma with quality ingredients, both unique and traditional, than they care about profits.

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