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In the US, the American Brewers Association provides the definition for a “craft brewery” as “small, independent and traditional”. A craft brewery can not be more than 24% owned by another alcoholic beverage company that is not itself a craft brewery. The ABA further groups craft breweries as microbrewery: annual production less than 15,000 US beer barrels (a barrel is 31 US gallons). The American Brewers Association use a fixed 75% of production to determine if a company is a microbrewery.; regional craft brewery: at least 50% of its volume is all malt beers. A regional brewery has annual production between 15,000 US beer barrels and 2,000,000 US beer barrels per year. In order to be classified as a “regional craft brewery” by the brewers association, a brewery must possess “either an all-malt flagship or [have] at least 50% of its volume in either all-malt beers or in beers which use adjuncts to enhance rather than lighten flavor. Of the 1,759 breweries in America, only 43 are not defined as craft brewers, and 100 not defined as either a micro or brewpub.