5 Brewery Red Flags, According to Reddit

Craft beer is booming right now: with over 24.3 million barrels of the stuff produced last year from over 9,000 breweries, it’s not hard to find a pint of a good brew. However, with such a large swath of breweries to choose from — and more popping up every year — it’s also not hard to accidentally set foot in one that may not be exactly up to par.

As such, many beer lovers are now taking to Reddit to divulge some details they’ve noticed at craft breweries that set off alarm bells. Whether it be pouring beer into dirty glassware or a menu featuring absolutely nothing other than IPAs, here are the red flags Redditors say to watch out for.

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